The Federal Communications Commission announced a significant step for Wi-Fi today, with a plan to vote April 23 on a proposal to open the 6GHz band to use unlicensed Wi-Fi. Doing so will release more than 1,200 MHz of additional bandwidth For next-generation 6E Wi-Fi devices with antenna and chipset with extra universal touch capability.
"In response to that increased Wi-Fi demand, the FCC is aiming to increase the supply of Wi-Fi spectrum with our boldest initiative: providing the entire 6GHz band for non-use. license, "read FCC notice. "In this way, we will increase the amount of spectrum available for Wi-Fi almost five times. This will be a huge boon for consumers and innovators across the country. This will be a step." to increase our capacity of the country's network. And it will further enhance our leadership in next-generation wireless technologies, including 5G. "