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What is MU MIMO Technology and Why Do You Need It?

MU-MIMO stands for multi-user, multiple input, and multiple outputs. It is a wireless technology that uses multiple antennas for communication. It was first introduced in 2015 as part of the Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) standard, with the Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) protocol adding MU-MIMO support for uplink. Whenever a single access point needs to communicate with multiple clients, MU-MIMO is used there. We have introduced what is MIMO before and now let’s learn about what is MU-MIMO. What is MIMO: We have introduced what is MIMO technology in detail before, most routers can only communicate with a single device at a time. Therefore, when more devices need to connect to a single router, the slower moves because each device has to wait for its turn to send and receive data from the Internet. Similarly, when another new device connects it becomes a little longer. Therefore, MU-MIMO plays an important role by reducing wait time and

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what is wireless access point

What is a wireless access point?

Introduction An access point is the core device in a wireless-based network.  Most of the access points are used in the wireless-based network. The main function of the access point is to connect the local devices that are available in the local area network. In order to increase the range of the wireless-based network most of the companies and offices etc. are used the access point. A lot of users can connect with a single access point by using the wireless network. What is an access point? Access points create a small wireless local area network (WLAN).  Most of the access points are used in offices, companies and in a large home in order to cover each corner of the offices, etc. An access point is directly connected to the main router, hub, or switch by using the Ethernet cable. All the devices in the local area network can communicate

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Difference between wireless access point and router

As technology grows new wireless devices come into the market. The new devices come into the market in order to help and maintain your home or business connectivity easier. To assist you in planning and assessing your home and business network, this article will comprehensively examine the similarities and differences between routers and access points(AP).  What is access point: Different devices are used in the wireless based network. In  a wireless network, access point is the primary device that handles all the operations on the user side. Wireless access point connects all the user end devices and transmits all the data over the internet. All the devices that are available in the local area network are connected to the access point. As the wireless access point comes with wireless antennas so the access point easily increases the coverage of the Wi-Fi signals. A lot of users can connect with the single

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what is wireless lan

What is a Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN)?

What is WLAN WLAN stands for Wireless LAN network. Two devices can communicate wirelessly by using the WLAN technology.  In WLAN there is no cable required between the devices. The devices can communicate by using Wi-Fi and transmit all the data over the Wi-Fi. It’s totally different from the traditional LAN network. Both LAN and Wlan perform the same function but the Lan cable is required between the two devices in order to transmit the data and the WLAN performs the same function without using a cable. It transmits all the data over Wi-Fi. All the new devices come with Wlan technology.  All the new devices use the DHCP technology in order to connect the new devices with the main device. Difference between WLANs and Access Points A WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) allows two or more devices can connect and communicate wirelessly to establish a WLAN within a specific

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mesh network topology

What is mesh network and how it works?

What is Mesh Network: Mesh network is the new technology in the field of wireless. The main purpose of the mesh network is to transmit the signal of Wi-Fi/internet in every corner of the house. Mesh network creates multiple routes between the connected nodes in order to transmit the information. The data transmit rate in the mesh network is very high compared to a simple network. As the mesh network has too many routes so there is no hurdle in data transmission. So the data is transmitted in the mesh network at a high rate. The mesh-based network topology is mostly used in big organizations and offices and somehow it’s also used in the offices. If any of one node is down in the mesh network the data is transmitted through another node. Multiple routers and switches are used in the large mesh network and these switches and the router

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2.4GHz Vs. 5GHz Wi-Fi: What’s the difference and which is better

Wireless router uses different frequencies range in order to transmit the data over different devices like computer, laptop, smartphone, etc. Wi-Fi performs better as the frequency value is high. With higher frequency, the data travel at higher rates but covers a small area. The router that operates on 2.4GHz provides more range means to cover a large area but transmit the data at lower rates and the router which operates on 5GHz transmits data at higher rates but covers a smaller area as compared to the router which operates on the 2.4GHz frequency.  Wi-Fi router is built to deliver a specific range of frequencies, so it’s important to think about which Wi-Fi band and the channel would best meet your demands and provide the best performance to the user. Difference between the 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi Routers: The major difference between these two types of routers is range and speed. 2.4 GHz-based

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what is a wireless bridge and how does it works

What is a wireless bridge and how does it work?

A wireless bridge is a device that connects the two access points or the LAN segments by using infrared or microwave transmission. It connects the two different wireless networks that are separated by distance. In a wireless bridge one endpoint act as a master and the other end act as a slave. In a wireless bridge, the master node determines the frequency of the client side and the link established. A wireless bridge is only directional between points A and B, as opposed to an access point, which provides service to numerous endpoints or devices in a spread of 30 to 360 degrees. They are suitable for many different connectivity options because they may be used across small (a few meters) and long (miles) distances. Most of the wireless bridges are directional but some wireless bridges also transmit the signal in 360 degrees. Wireless bridges are mostly used where the

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access point vs wifi extender

Difference Between Access Point and Wi-Fi Range Extender

The use of the internet has increased significantly in recent years. As technology grows the use of mobiles, computers, and Wlan devices is increasing day by day. Due to this increase, industries have a lot of opportunities and as well as constraints in utilizing wireless technology in order to make the best possible use of wireless technologies. Wireless devices or wireless access points are mostly used in offices and also in the home. Wireless technology also facilitates remote-based work. The major devices that are used in wireless technology are the access point and Wi-Fi range extender. Most people get confused while buying the access point or the Wi-Fi exchange extender. Both wireless devices have different requirements and perform different functions. Most people get confused because both devices use the same technology.  Some wireless devices act as a central hub like the access point and some wireless simple boost the existing signal

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What are the IEEE 802.11 Standards?

Wireless technology is constantly growing. As the wireless technology is upgraded new standards and new variants of Wi-Fi have been developed. These new standards are developed in order to accommodate the high speed of the internet and it also enhances the performance.  The IEEE 802.11 standard contains a lot of advanced technologies that have been developed in the recent year in the field of the wireless network.  It’s very difficult to understand wireless technology. But The IEEE 802.11 Wi-Fi standard makes it easy to understand the wireless technology. To further understand the variations between each IEEE standard, use IEEE 802.11 Wi-Fi standards. Why Is IEEE 802.11 Important? Wireless devices follow the same etiquette and politeness standards that individuals do while communicating with others. All the wireless devices follow the IEEE 802.11 standard in order to communicate with the other wireless device.  All these Wi-Fi standards were created by the Institute

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What is Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) and Why it is Faster

What is Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) and Why does it Faster?

Introduction Wi-Fi 6 is the latest technology in wireless communication. Wi-Fi 6 is the next generation of Wi-Fi which makes the wireless internet faster than ever before. By using the wifi6 more devices are connected to the wireless network. Wi-Fi 6 provides more reliable connection because it has less congestion. The technology that uses behind the Wifi6 is Mu Mimo, this technology allows multiple users/devices to connect with a single device. Differences between the different generations of Wi-Fi WiFi 4 Wifi 4 is launched in 2009. It follows the (802.11n) IEEE standard. Wifi4 is working on the frequency range of 2.4/5GHz dual band. First time Mimo technology was introduced in the Wifi4. WiFi-4 devices have an indoor range of roughly 70 metres and an outdoor range of about 250 metres. Due to the use of MIMO technology, wifi4 supports data rates up to 72–600 Mbit/s. WiFi 5 Wifi5 is launched in 2014. It

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What is Network Switch and How Does it Work?

Networks switches are the core components of Networks. A network switch is an intelligent device that has a function of full-duplex communication and by using the network switch in the industry you can efficiently utilize their bandwidth. Today networks are essential for delivering entertainment to the user end, for supporting the business, and also supports all types of communication. What is Network Switch? A network switch is a device that runs on layer 2 (Data Link Layer) of the OSI Model.  A router or the other user end device that is physically connected with the ports of the network switch directly sends packets to the port of the network switch and the network switch sends them out to the other port of the switch that is directly connected with the internet. Nowa day’s network switch also runs on layer 3 of the OSI Model. Layer 3 network also handles the

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difference between modem and router

Difference Between Router and Modem

Modem is small device that mostly used in the home network. A modem is a device that connects the office or home network to the internet. Router is also a small device but it connects multiple devices or computers to the internet at the same time wired or wirelessly. Nowadays both devices are provided by the internet service provider. Modems or routers are essential devices for the internet connection. The home or office network is directly connected to the internet by using the modem or router. Although most people are puzzled when they are trying to find the modem or router, both devices play distinct roles in the network, In this article learn about the differences between modems and routers, but first learn about what a modem and a router are, how they work, their features and what makes them different. What is Modem: A Modem is a device that maintains

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