Wireless communication, which is a part of our lives with the development of technology, continues to develop rapidly. Very assertive about speed. Wi-Fi 7 of technology technical specifications and the launch date has been announced.
The Wi-Fi standard, which was first introduced on September 21, 1997, is available in many smart devices today. In the report published in 2019, it was announced that 3.05 billion devices with Wi-Fi technology were released.
Wi-Fi 7 technical specifications have been announced! It will offer speeds of 30 Gbps
Wi-Fi 0, which emerged as 802.11, can offer speeds between 1 and 2 Mbps in the 2.4GHz band. Introduced 2 years after the Wi-Fi 0 standard, Wi-Fi 2 has a speed of 54 Mbps.
The Wi-Fi 6E (802.11ax) standard, introduced last year, appeared as the first Wi-Fi technology that supports the 6GHz band. Wi-Fi 6E, which can offer 9.6 Gbps speeds, will be replaced by the Wi-Fi 7 standard in a few years.
Wi-Fi 7, which is about 3 times faster than the Wi-Fi 6 standard, 802.11be will be introduced with the code. As with Wi-Fi 6, so does Wi-Fi 7 technology. MU-MIMO (Multiple input multiple output) will be supported. While 8×8 UL/DL MU-MIMO is available in Wi-Fi 6 technology, this value is equal to Wi-Fi 7 16×16 UL/DL MU-MIMO it will be. MU-MIMO, which provides high performance in data flow by combining with various signal processing techniques, will be able to support up to 16 devices in Wi-Fi 7 technology.
Both Wi-Fi 6 and Wi-Fi 7 technologies support the WPA3 standard. While the channel bandwidth is 80+80MHz in Wi-Fi 6, this value is together with Wi-Fi. 320MHz will reach its value.
Wi-Fi 7 technology in 2022 It is stated that it will be introduced and will appear on smart devices in a few years.
Technical characteristics of Wi-Fi technologies
|Wi-Fi 7 (802.11be)||30Gbps||2022||6GHz|
|Wi‑Fi 6E (802.11ax)||600 – 9608 Mbps||2020||6GHz|
|Wi‑Fi 6 (802.11ax)||600 – 9608 Mbps||2019||2.4/5GHz|
|Wi‑Fi 5 (802.11ac)||433 – 6933 Mbps||2014||5GHz|
|Wi-Fi 4 (802.11n)||72 – 600Mbps||2008||2.4/5GHz|
|(Wi-Fi 3) 802.11g||6 – 54Mbps||2003||2.4GHz|
|(Wi-Fi 2) 802.11a||6 – 54Mbps||1999||5GHz|
|(Wi-Fi 1) 802.11b||1 – 11Mbps||1999||2.4GHz|
|(WiFi 0) 802.11||1 – 2Mbps||1997||2.4GHz|