5 New Features

White Paper: 5 New Features and Test Challenges on 802.11ax

May 24, 2018
The new 802.11ax standard (High Efficiency or HE specification) aims to provide better spectral efficiency, capacity, and coverage in dense deployment scenarios

The new 802.11ax standard (High Efficiency or HE specification) aims to provide better spectral efficiency, capacity, and coverage in dense deployment scenarios as well as outdoor environments, with a goal to improve the average throughput per station by at least 4x compared to 802.11ac. Let’s look at five new features in 802.11ax that enable these improvements.

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