The new 802.11ax Wi-Fi standard will soon open up a very large frequency band in the 6 GHz band in the United States. At the same time, winds are blowing in Europe and hopefully the representatives of all member states will quickly reach an agreement and the band 5925-6425 MHz will soon be open to new 11ax devices, the manufacturers of the chips are already ready for change. A version of the discussion document can be found in the attachment to the post.
The Wi-Fi Alliance wi-fi.org names the 802.11ax standard running on 6 GHz today called Wi-Fi 6E, so here are a bit confusing abbreviations, Wi-Fi 6 means the sixth generation wi-fi standard, or Wi-Fi 802.11ax devices. Wi-Fi 6E, on the other hand, is the sixth generation of wi-fi devices that operate in the 6 GHz frequency band. In the current technical implementation at the beginning of 2020, Wi-Fi devices operate in the 2.4 and 5 GHz frequency bands. 6 GHz brings 10Gbps connections to every user.
Europe should therefore be given an additional 500 MHz of spectrum for indoor use, so it will certainly be easier to build different MESH networks when making a decision. The following example shows connecting a 10Gbps home network with MESH technology. Current Ruckus Wi-Fi hubs already have 5 Gbps Ethernet connections. Who will win? Virtually everyone, home users get better coverage and businesses are guaranteed 160 MHz broadband channels that don't work with other Wi-Fi standards. 6E is much more efficient with ether resources.Wi-Fi-Alliance®-brings-Wi-Fi-6-into-6-GHz-_-Wi-Fi-Alliance