- Next generation standard in WiFi technology. Also known as “AX WiFi”
- It was built for in response to the growing number of devices in the world of IoT (Internet of Things) due to faster data transmission rates.
Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 6 networks ensure
- Each connected device performs at an optimum level, in locations with hundreds or thousands of connected devices.
- Highest standards for security and interoperability.
- Lower battery consumption.
- Increased bandwidth to deliver greater performance with lower latency.
Free Space Optical Communication
- FSO communication systems are where free space acts as a communication channel between transceivers that are line-of-sight (LOS) for successful transmission of optical signals.
- The channel can be atmosphere, space, or vacuum, whose characteristics determine the transmission and reception of optical signals for designing reliable and efficient communication systems.
- Using FSO technology data is transmitted by propagation of light through atmospheric or space communication channels, allowing optical connectivity.
- FSO communication offers a high data rate to meet the tremendous increasing demand of broadband traffic mostly driven by Internet access and HDTV broadcasting services.
- Compared to fiber optics technology, FSO offers much more flexibility in designing optical network architectures at very high speeds, at tens and hundreds of Gbit/s rates.
- However, FSO communication is affected by atmospheric effects, which limits sensitivity and achievable data rates with acceptable BER.
- Both point-to-point, point-to-multipoint, multipoint-to-point, and multipoint-to-multipoint FSO communications are possible, depending on the different scenarios of establishing optical links. FSO communication is the most practical alternative to solve the bottleneck broadband connectivity problem.
- It is a wireless technology product that could enable telecom operators deploy quality, high speed rural telecom infrastructure at 5 times lower cost.
- Giga Mesh is based on millimeter wave multi beam technology.
- Wi-Fi Calling
- It makes use of high-speed Internet connection, available via broadband, to make and receive high definition (HD) voice calls.
- This is not much different from a voice call using WhatsApp or any other over-the-top messaging platform, but here the call is from one number to another, and not using an app.
- Wi-Fi Calling can be configured on compatible smartphones by upgrading operating systems to the version that supports Wi-Fi Calling and enabling this in Settings.