What is 16×16 MU-MIMO? An Intro to WiFi 7’s Key Tech
WiFi 7 advances everything with 16×16 MU-MIMO. It will allow communication with up to 16 devices on every stream — a big reason why throughput rates of WiFi 7 are substantial compared to WiFi 6.
WiFi 7 vs 5G: Which one’s better?
Compared with the 5th generation of cellular networks, which has already rolled out, what’s the difference? Is one better than the other? Should we expect the latest generation of WiFi to replace the current generation of mobile?
Multi-Gig Ethernet: What is it, and how to set it up at home
Multi-Gig Ethernet refers to a link that delivers connection speeds higher than one Gigabit. Should you upgrade to the Multi-Gig Ethernet? How to build a Multi-Gig Ethernet at home. Let's take a quick look.
Wi-Fi 7 Fundamentals: What is 4K-QAM?
4K-QAM (4096-QAM), is one of the key enhancements of WiFi 7 (IEEE 802.11be), the upcoming next-generation WiFi standard. Not sure what any of that means? Here, we’ll walk you through what it is and why it matters.
320 MHz: Are WiFi 7’s Ultra-Wide 320 MHz Channels Worth It?
The latest WiFi 7 includes new ultra-wide 320 MHz channelling. So, is this upgrade just a higher number on paper? Which kind of devices would benefit the most from it? Do you really need it? Read on for the answers.
How Fast are WiFi 7 Routers?
The next WiFi iteration is already on the horizon: WiFi 7. What's the difference between a WiFi 6 and WiFi 7 router? What to expect from a TP-Link WiFi 7 router? Let's take a quick look.
WiFi 7 vs WiFi 6: How is WiFi 7 different from WiFi 6?
WiFi 7 is popping up. Is WiFi 7 too early? Is WiFi 7 even necessary? And what can it do? Here, you can learn about the differences between WiFi 7 and WiFi 6. WiFi 7 vs WiFi 6.
What is WiFi 7? An in-depth overview of the future WiFi
As the next stage of WiFi, what new features will WiFi 7 deliver? Why will we need WiFi 7? And when will it be available? Here, we'll give an in-depth overview.
How to Extend WiFi for the Outdoor Wireless Security Camera?
Use Omada outdoor WiFi access points or Powerline WiFi extenders to provide WiFi for your outdoor wireless cameras just around your house’s outdoor perimeter within 100 meters (300 feet). A network extension to the remote location farther than 300 feet will need a point-to-point wireless bridge.
How to Connect Your Devices from a Long Distance?
Pharos outdoor wireless broadband is ideal for wireless connections for the remote outdoor cameras in the farm or building a wireless network on a hill. Long-distance wired connections lend themselves towards optic fiber, combined with Media Converters, SFP Modules, and switches.