How to Increase Capacity of Your WiFi Network With Wi-Fi 6 and OFDMA | NETGEAR





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Published on Nov 7, 2018

Learn more about the next generation of WiFi: https://www.netgear.com/Wi-Fi6

Is your home ready for the future of WiFi? Learn how the newest WiFi standards give you improved network capacity for more WiFi devices and better performance for your smart home.

Welcome to the future of WiFi. The next-generation 802.11ax (also known as Wi-Fi 6) WiFi standard substantially improves network capacity while reducing latency to bring an enhanced performance for all devices in your smart home. Wi-Fi 6 is the next wave of WiFi standards, designed for higher capacity, increased speed and range, and more efficiency. Wi-Fi 6 is designed to give you a smoother and more enjoyable wireless experience in a hyper-connected home.

Wi-Fi 6 features an evolutionary technology called OFDMA. OFDMA dramatically increases network capacity and improves bandwidth efficiency. By efficient data packet bundling and scheduling, more transmissions can be sent at the same time, reducing wait time in sending data over your WiFi. This makes your network more efficient, improves battery life of WiFi devices in your home, and gives you more room to connect additional devices without impacting your network performance.

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