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Wi-Fi 6 and 6E - Smart Home Enablement

NOV
10
2020
10. NOV 2020

Lecture electronica Conferences > Wireless Congress > Session 1: Wi-Fi

12:55-13:20 h | Virtual

As a participant in the advancement of Wi-Fi, the Internet of Things (IoT) and the smart home, I have witnessed the dynamic strides in communication technology development. And the active involvement in the standards bodies defining Wi-Fi, Zigbee, BLE, Thread, and CHIP, provides our organization a crucial perspective on how the technology and standards are evolving and impacting the onset of the smart home. Making IoT and the smart home development and implementation as simple as possible will guarantee quick adoption of not only connected devices but services by companies and end-users. As acceptance grows, usually the noise and confusion increases, too, as other technologies and architectures strike for favorable position. How do we separate the noise from what is real and important in smart home enablement? And should consumers care about any of this? For smart home applications alone, arguments and discussions continue to surround the value of Wi-Fi versus 5G systems and solutions. Opinions regarding “unlicensed versus licensed technology” remain prevalent, and contemplate value, oversight, interoperability, and challenge that a single system will “win.” However, Wi-Fi has found highly effective ways to operate in the unlicensed ISM-bands and satisfy the needs for wireless connectivity indoor, in-home or in-building; where 5G has challenges in coverage/penetration. Further, Wi-Fi rapidly increases its data rate and capabilities moving from the 2.4 GHz band into the 5 GHz band, and now growing into the 6 GHz band (6E). Indeed, the smart home basic concept is centered around distributed Wi-Fi (“Wi-Fi Mesh”), using a one pod per room infrastructure. With Wi-Fi 6/6E technology, smart home enablement can finally be a reality - combining high data rate and great coverage, more speed for demanding applications, and ultra-low power technology for sensor networks that support multiple wireless communication standards.

Subjects: Wireless

Speaker: Tony Testa (Qorvo)

Type: Lecture

Speech: English

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As a participant in the advancement of Wi-Fi, the Internet of Things (IoT) and the smart home, I have witnessed the dynamic strides in communication technology development. And the active involvement in the standards bodies defining Wi-Fi, Zigbee, BLE, Thread, and CHIP, provides our organization a crucial perspective on how the technology and standards are evolving and impacting the onset of the smart home. Making IoT and the smart home development and implementation as simple as possible will guarantee quick adoption of not only connected devices but services by companies and end-users. As acceptance grows, usually the noise and confusion increases, too, as other technologies and architectures strike for favorable position. How do we separate the noise from what is real and important in smart home enablement? And should consumers care about any of this? For smart home applications alone, arguments and discussions continue to surround the value of Wi-Fi versus 5G systems and solutions. Opinions regarding “unlicensed versus licensed technology” remain prevalent, and contemplate value, oversight, interoperability, and challenge that a single system will “win.” However, Wi-Fi has found highly effective ways to operate in the unlicensed ISM-bands and satisfy the needs for wireless connectivity indoor, in-home or in-building; where 5G has challenges in coverage/penetration. Further, Wi-Fi rapidly increases its data rate and capabilities moving from the 2.4 GHz band into the 5 GHz band, and now growing into the 6 GHz band (6E). Indeed, the smart home basic concept is centered around distributed Wi-Fi (“Wi-Fi Mesh”), using a one pod per room infrastructure. With Wi-Fi 6/6E technology, smart home enablement can finally be a reality - combining high data rate and great coverage, more speed for demanding applications, and ultra-low power technology for sensor networks that support multiple wireless communication standards.

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