Intel and Brodcom reported successful Wi-Fi 7 tests at speeds above 5 Gbit/s

Intel and Brodcom reported successful Wi-Fi 7 tests at speeds above 5 Gbit/s

Intel and Brodcom reported that for the first time, Wi-Fi 7 data transmissions were wireless at a speed of more than 5 Gbits per second on the equipment of different manufacturers. The test used the Intel Core processor laptop, equipped with the Wi-Fi 7, which was connected to the Wi-Fi 7 access point on the Broadcom chip.

In order to test the Wi-Fi 7 communication, companies used new functions, including wider 320 MHz channels in the non-licensed 6 GHz spectrum, a higher-order 4K QAM data module, simultaneous multiple-band connections with multi-channel data transmission, and technologies that improve the efficiency of transmission channels.

Both producers agree that Wi-Fi 7 will allow new product classes to be used, will increase the capabilities of advanced and virtual reality technologies, will increase the flow of ultra-high clarity multimedia, and will improve the user ' s game experience. It will be able to maintain a large number of home and office connected devices. And with a significant increase in Wi-Fi 7 speed compared to the current Wi-Fi 6 and 6E standards, broadband subscribers will be able to benefit fully from their multi-hygabit Internet tariffs.

Both companies plan to continue to cooperate on the development of Wi-Fi 7.