The new Wifi standard 802.11ax: more capacity, more robust data transmission
In this article from John Lukez, Vice President of Applications Engineering at LitePoint, outlines the major changes from this new standard compared to 802.11n, and the consequences for devices operating on this standard. More complexity in the Wifi spectrum, timing synchronization, central coordination of users with the Access Point and Power control, demand more and new testing needs. This article describes test approaches which ensure proper operation of devices working with this new standard
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