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Opportunities and Challenges of Wi-Fi in the High and Low Frequencies

出版商 MIC - Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute 商品編碼 366656
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 15 Pages
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高頻、低頻帶的Wi-Fi的機會與課題 Opportunities and Challenges of Wi-Fi in the High and Low Frequencies
出版日期: 2016年08月03日 內容資訊: 英文 15 Pages



第1章 IoT新規格 802.11ah

  • 輔助1GHz頻帶 802.11ah Wi-Fi規格,支援IoT應用
  • LPWAN,IoT無線通訊規格參戰

第2章 高速通訊規格 802.11ad

  • 60GHz頻帶 802.11ad,提供P2P高速通訊
  • VLC,高頻率體制參戰

第3章 結論





Product Code: MCRPT16080301

Wi-Fi (Wireless-Fidelity) devices typically transmit signals using either the 2.4GHz or the 5GHz frequency. Recent years, however, have witnessed Wi-Fi devices operating with frequencies below 1GHz and above 60GHz. This report looks at the development of the Wi-Fi in these new frequencies and examines opportunities and challenges facing Wi-Fi and other wireless communication standards.

Table of Contents

1. New 802.11ah Standard for IoT

  • 1.1. Sub 1Ghz 802.11ah Wi-Fi Standard To Support IoT Applications
  • 1.2. LPWAN Joins the Battle for IoT Wireless Communication Standards

2. 802.11ad Standard for High-Speed Transmission

  • 2.1. 60GHz 802.11ad to Deliver High-Speed Point-To-Point Communications
  • 2.2. VLC to Join the High-Frequency Regime

3. Conclusion

  • 3.1. Wi-Fi May Still Need to Improve Release Schedule and Marketing for Commercial Uses
  • 3.2. Early Deployment in Second or Even Third Alternatives Recommended
  • Appendix
  • Glossary of Terms
  • List of Companies

List of Topics

  • Development of Wi-Fi 802.11ah standard, touching on its opportunities and challenges such as the entry of LPWAN (Low Power Wide Area Network)
  • Development of Wi-Fi 802.11 ad standard, touching on the development of 60GHz 802.11ad and the challenges from VLC (Visible Light Communication)

List of Figures

  • Figure 1: Development of IoT Wireless Technologies
  • Figure 2: Illustrations of 802.11ad Applications

Companies covered

Acer, ASUS, IEEE, Intel, LeTV, LoRa, Qualcomm, Sigfox, TP-Link, Weightless, Wi-Fi Alliance.

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