by Chatwin LansdowneThis access point (AP) is the first to be installed on the International Space Station’s port truss.
by The BeaconAttendees at the Wi-Fi Alliance® Lisbon member meeting (#LisbonWiFi22) viewed a demonstration of Wi-Fi Sensing that supports a crucial automotive use case.
by Neil WesteWith the potential to revolutionize agriculture, improve yields and protect the environment, it’s easy to understand why the smart agriculture market is predicted to reach $24.3 billion by the end of 2022. Last year, farmers installed 27.4 million wireless IoT devices; a number that has risen steadily over the last five years.
by The BeaconThis Special Feature appeared in the November 2022 edition (Issue 7) of the Wi-Fi Alliance® Wi-Fi 6E Insights newsletter. To subscribe to the newsletter, please sign up here.
by Alex RoytblatThis editorial appears in the November 2022 edition (Issue 7) of the Wi-Fi Alliance® Wi-Fi 6E Insights newsletter, a quarterly newsletter sharing updates on regulatory developments in the growing Wi-Fi 6E ecosystem. To subscribe to the newsletter, please
by The BeaconMost US homes have on average at least a dozen connected Internet of Things (IoT) devices — a number that could eventually exceed a hundred, with 27 billion IoT devices expected to reach the market by 2025. To support the performance requirements of this many devices, it will be necessary to leverage Wi-Fi® network
by The BeaconAt the Wi-Fi Alliance® Lisbon member meeting (#LisbonWiFi22), members showcased Wi-Fi CERTIFIED Location™ technology using commercially-available infrastructure and devices. This was the first public demonstration of Wi-Fi Location™ technology by our members including Aruba, Google, and Samsung.
by The BeaconChoosing high-quality customer premises equipment (CPE) is part of the set of responsibilities of network operators, Wi-Fi® network architects, and Wi-Fi device vendors. However, key performance indicators (KPIs) vary according to the use case that the device is meant to perform under. These KPIs can be challenging to assess due to the complexity of deployment scenarios.
by Dean BubleyOne of the most contentious areas of current wireless spectrum policy relates to the 6 Gigahertz (GHz) band, which spans the 1200 Megahertz (MHz) range from 5.925 to 7.125 GHz. In some areas of the world, the band is considered in two sections: the lower part from 5.925 to 6.425 GHz and the upper part from 6.425 to 7.125 GHz.
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