Did you use Wi-Fi 6?
The reality is that Wi-Fi is coming in seven years.
In its latest announcement, Intel describes the Wi-Fi 7 standard, IEEE 802.11be.
According to Intel,The Wi-Fi 7 offers wireless connection rates above 30Gbps, about 3.6 times the Wi-Fi 6.
Specification content includes modulation upgrade from 1024QAM to 4096QAM, continuing OFDMA (Orthographic Frequency Split Multi-Address).
The bandwidth is increased from 160MHz to 320MHz, introducing support for the newly opened 6GHz band (up to 3 non-overlapping 320MHz channels in the 5.925GHz to 7.125GHz range) and down-compatible with 2.4GHz and 5GHz. The MIMO (Multi-User Input and Output) design doubles from up to 8 spatial flows to 16.
Of course, the official version of Wi-Fi 7 is not publicly available, and the alliance expects to finalize it between November 2023 and May 2024, and even support for 60GHz, as previously stated this year because the Z690 chipset for the 12th generation Core will pre-support the frontier specifications of Wi-Fi 7, which can be activated later or via BIOS or external hardware.