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No need buy Wi-Fi 6 routers: Qualcomm says Wi-Fi 7 chips has been shipped.
33Gbps network speed comprehensively surpasses the speed of Wi-Fi 6.
In 2021, many people will use Wi-Fi 6 wireless, and in 2022, Wi-Fi 7 will come again.
Broadcom, MediaTek and Qualcomm have launched Wi-Fi 7 solutions, of which Qualcomm’s Wi-Fi 7 rate can reach 33Gbps, the official said that it has begun to ship.
According to Qualcomm’s news, their Wi-Fi 7 chips have been shipped to customers, and terminal products are expected to be available before the end of this year.
The Wi-Fi 7 penetration rate curve will be similar to that of Wi-Fi 6. It is expected that most high-end Android phones will adopt Wi-Fi 7 in 2023. By 2023-2024, the Wi-Fi 7 penetration rate is expected to reach 10%.
However, in order for Wi-Fi 7 to be fully popularized and replace Wi-Fi 6 to become the mainstream of the market, it will have to wait until 2025 or even 2026, and there are still three or four years.
On May 5, Qualcomm officially released the Networking Pro x20, the world’s most scalable commercial Wi-Fi 7 professional networking solution, which is also the third generation of Qualcomm’s Networking Pro series of professional networking platforms.
The available spectrum of Wi-Fi 7 has increased to 1760MHz, an increase of nearly 100 times compared to the earlier Wi-Fi 3/2/1.
The number of wireless channels has also increased from 1 to 3-4, and the effective bandwidth has reached 320MHz. The system wireless capacity is also increased to 33Gbps.
In addition to the speed increase, Wi-Fi 7 also solves some pain points in the Wi-Fi 6 network, including signal and network switching problems.
It can support the three frequency bands of 2.4GHz, 5GHz, and 6GHz at the same time, so it can be freely Switch, when the signal is poor, it will switch to another frequency band, so the actual experience is much better than Wi-Fi 6.
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