What do WiFi6 long symbol and 1024 QAM mean?

Wi-Fi transmits information in packets of data, which in turn consist of symbols, each encoded with several bits.

The modulation symbol is a phase and sample code of the signal generated by changing the high frequency carrier frequency, which can then be bit-sequenced or demodulated by the receiver, for example, a 16QAM symbol encodes 4 bits in each symbol. Thus, 4 bits are transmitted with each symbol transmission and decoding. …

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R730 802.11ax Wi-Fi Samsung S10 speed 1Gb/s

We performed a speed test on the R730 802.11ax AP and Samsung S10 using the Ruckus Speedflex App. Uplink speeds are in the 1Gbps class and downloads remain in the 400-500 Mb / s class, this difference is due to the phone's ability to handle high speeds. It is probable that such speeds have never been tested at the manufacturer.

SpeedFlex live test in 3k office Tallinn

The R730 is …

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When to choose a cloud? When local system?

A large enterprise solution means completely controlling and managing your system, one of its aims is stability and availability, as well as security. SmartZone management is a unique solution that allows the entire network of APs and switches to be checked and fine-tuned in a reasonable amount of time, until CLI scripts are run on the APs or all events are exported to an external database (Ruckus also has its …

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Ruckus Wi-Fi main features.


802.11ac vs. 802.11n

General Networking Technologies

What it means:

802.11 is a family of wireless standards created by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). 802.11n is the older version of Wi-Fi, launched in 2009. It improved over previous versions of Wi-Fi with multiple radios, advanced transmit and receive techniques, and the option to use 5 GHz spectrum—all of which translate to a data rate of up to …

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What is Ruckus BeamFlex+ ?

Why are there interferences on the Wi-Fi network and where do they come from? 

IT support people and system administrators have another sophisticated technology in their hands to captivate user interest. But why is it so complicated? If the following is boring to read, give this text to your IT manager, but I still recommend that you read it, because I have been dedicated to this topic for 20 years …

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What is 802.11ax 6G Wi-Fi?

What is changing in everyday life with the 802.11ax Wi-Fi standard? After all, the speed does not increase 10x higher. It is much more important to use the radio spectrum (air) much more efficiently. The Wi-Fi standard was originally created in 1997 when few believed in the survival of the technology, but some features such as CSMA/CA algorithms, or channel idle control, have their roots in this decade-long history.

So …

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6 GHz Wi-Fi 6E 802.11ax coming to Europe.

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 …

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