WiFi 5 vs WiFi 6 review

WiFi 5 vs WiFi 6

IT technology is growing rapidly with regard to Wifi. Did you know that currently there is the latest wifi technology, namely Wifi 6. So what is the difference between wifi 5 and wifi 6? What are the benefits of using wifi 6? Here’s the explanation.

Understanding WiFi 6

Wifi 6 is the latest wireless technology bringing enhanced wireless standardization. Created as a solution to the needs of increasing connectivity and bandwidth requirements because currently more devices must be connected to the internet.

How fast is WiFi 6?

Is wifi 6 faster than wifi 5? The answer is yes. Wifi 6 speed can reach 9.6Gbps while WiFi 5 is only 3.5 Gbps. This speed is the maximum that can be achieved, but you will probably never reach that speed in real-world use.

How does WiFi 6 (802.11 AX) differ from WiFi 5 (802.11 AC)?

The difference between wifi 6 and wifi 5 is not just the speed. Another capability of wifi 6 is the capacity of the device to accommodate more devices at once by providing very high speeds. Wifi 6 is arguably 4x the bandwidth, so all connected enhancements don’t slow down your network speed.

Wifi 6 is like a highway with many lanes, while wifi 5 only has 1 lane. So that wifi 6 has more cars driving on its way than wifi 5. Wifi 6 also adopts two new technologies, namely MU-MIMO (Multi-User, Multiple-Input plus Multiple-Output) and OFDMA (Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access).

Advantages of using WiFi 6

  • Security: wifi 6 uses the latest security protocol namely WPA3 (WiFi Protected Access version 3) which takes over WPA2. WPA3 encrypts the connection on your device and the access point it is connected to. This includes protecting against brute-force attacks even if your WiFi password is weak. WPA3 is nothing new as more than one temporary non-WiFi 6 device and router supports it but along with WiFi 6, it is now a requirement.
  • More knowledge along with 1024-QAM: WiFi 6 connection is able to carry more knowledge thanks to 1024-QAM which is 25% faster than WiFi 5 which is only 256-QAM.
  • No resetting of WiFi conflicts thanks to BSS Color: You understand we often have trouble connecting from nearby networks, along with WiFi 6 solving along with the so called BSS Color (Sase Service Station). What it does is flag other networks and cause routers to ignore them.WiFi 6 (IEEE 802.11
  • Increased battery life: With WiFi 6, battery consumption is reduced thanks to a feature called ‘Target Wake Time’. What it does is cause a schedule while the device performs check-ins along with the router. That way, the device doesn’t have to stay awake if it doesn’t have to.

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