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802.11ax (High-Efficeincy Wireless) is the next evolution of WiFi, the most successful wireless technology in the world. This new release brings some of the most fabulous advances ever seen in wireless communications for decades. It will be the enabling technology for IoT (Internet of Things), smart cities, industry 4.0, edge computing, and the tactile Internet.
Its commercial name is WiFi 6. Within three years, there will be more than 1 billion WiFi 6 devices on the market, and in total there will be 14 billion WiFi devices (twice as many as humans). This is something no other wireless technology can come close to, as WiFi adoption rates are much faster than in other options. The reasons are many:
It uses non-licensed spectrum.
This translates into a huge demand for fast, reliable and value-added WiFi 6 networks in challenging environments such as hotels, offices, trains, stations, aircraft, buses, sport stadiums or convention centers. Fortunately, 802.11ax is specifically designed for such complex WiFi deployments.
This article highlights the main benefits of deploying a WiFi6 network (based on 802.11ax) in the rail industry. Whether you are a train operator, a system integrator, or a passenger, at the end of this reading you will have a solid knowledge of the wireless technology that enables next-generation wireless communications under these demanding scenarios.
This article first appeared on www.globalrailwayreview.com
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