The news is that Wi-Fi 7 release might happen any time soon. Tech lovers are always looking forward to new technological innovations as well as a new introduction to the existing technological products. Electronic gadgets have become an integral part of our daily lives now. An important tech innovation product that we all use is the internet. However, mobile data has a tough rival in the form of Wi-Fi. And it is understood. After all, who doesn’t like lightning-fast data speed accessible without wires? Imagine being able to download anything you want within a few seconds and enjoy unlimited data bandwidth.
As a result, users are naturally awaiting the launch of the latest Wi-Fi standard, Wi-Fi 7. Network speeds have grown to mean a lot to people. Some studies have proven that low internet speeds can actually frustrate a person so much that they may start becoming aggressive about it, subconsciously.
When can we expect the Wi-Fi 7 release?
Although the Wi-Fi 7 release is in talks, chances are that the release might not happen before the next year rings in. This means it can easily be 2023 by the time the Wi-Fi 7 is launched for us to be able to use it. Apart from that, there are talks about the conditions for the Wi-Fi 7 release as well. If the talks are true, WiFi 7 will only be available in countries that have authorized use for the 6GHz band. Major countries having authority to use Wi-Fi 6E and Wi-Fi 7 are the US, the UK, Brazil, & Canada.
Features and Specs to expect in the Wi-Fi 7
Users are desperate to know what specs and features the Wi-Fi 7 shall come along with the new release. Here are a few key specs and features that are expected in the Wi-Fi 7.
Key Specifications we are looking forward to
WiFi 7 is also going to be known as ETH, which stands for Extremely High-Throughput. We are expecting a speed of 40Gbps. Although its theoretical transferable rate is said to be of 46Gbps. As far as the features are concerned the Wi-Fi 7 release signals the feature of 16 Multiple-Inputs Multiple-outputs which is great considering the Wi-Fi 6 had only 8. In simple terms, this means that users will have high connection speeds simultaneously on multiple devices. Certainly much more than that on the Wi-Fi 6. But one must note that mostly the devices have a 2×2 MIMO.
The Wi-Fi 7 also hints at featuring support for the 4K QAM. Apart from these exciting features, it will also use the 320Mhz channels and add an MRU. The release hints at some tempting features and specs to be included but as mentioned earlier, the launch may take time. These features and specs are expected to be a part of the much-awaited Wi-Fi 7. Let us hope that the Wi-Fi 7 release takes place quickly and the product features are finally unraveled.