Last week, the Wi Fi Alliance announced the Wi Fi 6e standard, adding support for 6GHz frequency band, adding 1200MHz continuous channel spectrum, with lower delay, higher speed and less interference.
At this CES, Broadcom announced the first batch of chips supporting Wi Fi 6e, including bcm43694 (4x4 dual frequency, 160MHz bandwidth), bcm43693 (3x3 triple frequency, 80MHz bandwidth), bcm43692 and bcm47622 (integrated ARM processor).
The civil level includes bcm43684 (4x4, 160MHz bandwidth), bcm6710 (3X3, 80MHz bandwidth), bcm6705 (2x2, 80MHz bandwidth) and bcm6755.
According to Broadcom, these Wi Fi 6e samples have been delivered to partners for use.
However, at present, 6GHz still needs to be approved by the regulatory authorities, and it will be used as soon as possible in the United States.
In addition, tp link revealed during CES that its first Wi Fi 6e standard route, Deco x96 (distributed mesh route), will be launched by the end of this year; network components also stated that they would make data throughput go up to the next level as soon as possible based on the Broadcom chip scheme.