MediaTek was the first to show Wi-Fi 7 technology in operation
Wi-Fi 7-enabled devices are expected to hit the market in 2023
MediaTek organized the world's first Wi-Fi 7 technology demonstration to show the capabilities of its future Wi-Fi 7-enabled Filogic family solutions to key customers and industry peers. Note that MediaTek has been involved in the development of the Wi-Fi 7 standard since the beginning.
According to MediaTek, it was able to show that a Wi-Fi 7-enabled Filogic can achieve the maximum speeds defined by IEEE 802.11be. In addition, multi-channel operation (MLO) technology was demonstrated. This technology combines multiple channels in different frequency bands simultaneously to show how network traffic can still transmit smoothly, even if there is interference or congestion in the bands. MLO technology will be critical to enabling faster, more reliable streaming of video, games and anything else that requires constant, sustained bandwidth in real time.
MediaTek Filogic 830 and Filogic 630 chips support Wi-Fi 6 and 6E
Increased video streaming resolution and virtual reality gaming are believed to be driving demand for Wi-Fi 6, Wi-Fi 6E and Wi-Fi 7.
The Wi-Fi 7 standard is unique in that it offers entirely new capabilities in all available bands for Wi-Fi use, including 2.4 GHz, 5 GHz and 6 GHz. Using 320 MHz wide channels and 4K quadrature amplitude modulation (QAM) technology, Wi-Fi 7 will deliver 2.4 times faster speeds than Wi-Fi 6, even with the same number of antennas. Wi-Fi 7-enabled devices are expected to hit the market in 2023.
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