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MediaTek launches Filogic 880/380 chip: Supports Wi-Fi 7.
Although Wi-Fi 6 is not yet fully ubiquitous, MediaTek is trying to stay ahead of the technology.
MediaTek announced that its latest Filogic 880 and Filic 380 platforms are designed with Wi-Fi 7 in mind, supporting Wi-Fi 7 technologies such as 4096-QAM, 320MHz, MRU and MLO.
The Filic 880 is designed for Access Points (APs) that can be equipped on devices such as modems or routers , while the Filic 380 is aimed at other types of devices such as our smartphones , tablets, laptops, TVs , streaming devices etc. created.
According to MediaTek, the Filic 880 is flexible enough to scale up to 36Gbps in penta-band and support speeds of up to 10Gbps in a single channel.
The Filic 380 will provide MLO support with speeds up to 6.5Gbps, single channel up to 5Gbps, support for 2.4GHz, 5GHz and 6GHz frequency bands, as well as Bluetooth 5.3 and LE audio.
Keep in mind that it may be a while before we actually see WiFi 7 products hitting the market.
MediaTek said the first WiFi 7-enabled consumer devices are expected to ship in the first half of 2023, while routers using the final specs will be available in the second half of 2023.
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