Designed to address connectivity issues for high density networks, the new 802.11ax IEEE standard improves the performance of the entire network as a whole with new features, such as allowing multiple devices to transmit simultaneously. This increases network capacity by 4 times versus 802.11ac.
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How does 802.11ax work?

With 802.11ax, multiple access points in a dense environment will now be able to transmit to multiple clients using Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiple Access (OFDMA), multi-user multiple-input multiple-output (MU-MIMO) technologies and BSS coloring.
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Need to learn 802.11ax in a hurry?

Sometimes the best way to learn about a new technology is to get the basics in a Quick Reference Guide.
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Why Multi-Gig Ethernet for 802.11ax?

When deploying 802.11ax, you will be transmitting more than 1Gbps data rates. However, one bottleneck remains — the existing cabling infrastructure and the speed of the switch port that the AP is connected to. Find out what is needed.
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