Aruba Wireless – Wireless or usually wifi, we often look for wifi to use as an internet hotspot. But do you know what wireless means? Wireless is derived from a word which means wireless, which is a telecommunications interaction utilizing electromagnetic waves as a substitute for cable facilities. Currently, wireless technology has developed rapidly, the evidence can be seen with the increasing number of people who use cellular telephones, not only that it is developing including wireless technology used to connect to the internet.
The most common frequency of this wifi today is 2.4 GHz or 5.0 GHz. Currently, many think that the 2.4 GHz spectrum is spectrum for old or old devices. The reality is that many different devices are still using in this 2.4 GHz wireless network band.
Starting from smart phone devices to IoT to some new digital devices that do not use the 5Ghz spectrum. This could start to cause problems as the newer Aruba Wireless WiFi technology wave has focused on the 5 GHz spectrum – until now.
If you know that the 2.4 Ghz spectrum will never disappear no matter how hard we try to eliminate it. There is a new technology, namely a wireless home security system using an IP camera which still uses a compatible 2.4 GHz.
It’s not uncommon for us to think that 2.4 GHz is making a comeback because there are new jobs that 802.11ax is trying to create wireless networks in totality. Unlike 802.11ac, the new Aruba Wireless WiFi 6 wireless technology will operate in the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands.
Currently eager to use speed varies depending on the band, but there are some mean alibis that 802.11ax wants to increase the 2.4 GHz spectrum. The main thing to focus on is the total network capacity. Things like this will certainly make us even more excited about the future of 802.11ax. With this hope, of course in the future it can further support better connectivity to more features.
For the matter of 2.4 GHz capacity is the most important frequency in terms of current networks. With more and more devices being exchanged for “smart” devices, wearable technologies and other common computing products, networks need to handle this large wave of devices more than ever. There are several features of 802.11ax that will help handle the larger capacities of this device.
The initial one is the target wake-up time (TWT). I’m saying that many of these 2.4 GHz features are going to be IoT features. This feature is not required to report and use wireless as far as time. By using TWT, this feature can put the network adapter to sleep for a period of time, thereby reducing the number of active features on the saturated 2.4 GHz band.
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