The latest technology of wifi is 802.11ac it gives the faster wifi performance than the 802.11n. It is simple and the advanced version of 802.11n that offers the speed ranging of 433 mega bits per second (Mbps). You can use wide varieties of electronic items such as smart phone, laptops, etc. and it supports up to 5GHz band that provides ton of bandwidth. You can use this modern wifi by replacing your wired Ethernet networking at the office, home, or buildings.
Working principle of 802.11ac
In the earlier days the 802.11n became the exciting technologies for all with the massive speed when compared to that previous version but now the 802.11ac has overcome this version. This latest version can establish the 256-QAM modulation for giving different typed of signals to the users with the same frequency by shifting and twisting the phases of different places. The spectral frequency of 802.11ac is higher than the 802.11n which is used for measuring the spectral efficiency of the wireless protocol by using multiplexing techniques and algorithms.
This type of techniques is using the bandwidth for the availability of the resources that can support up to 5GHz band. This gives the clear channels to the users and offers the great spectral efficiency though the cellular bands. 802.11ac also determine the beam forming standard for transmitting the radio signals to the specific device. However this helps to increase the consistency and throughput as well as decrease the power consumption and this should be work well when compared to previous wifi devices.
The speed and range of 802.11ac
The range of 802.11ac is 5GHz which is better than the frequency of 802.11n where it gives lesser penetration power and provides the complete spectral bandwidth with the gigabit level speeds. This supports multiple routers and antenna if it is properly arranging and the maximum speed is eight 160MHz with 256-QAM channels and each having the capability of 866.7Mbps and totally 6,933Mbps or 7Gbps for all the channels. The transmission rate of this channel is 900 megabytes per second and if you are accessing more than three channels simultaneously then the speed will be downgraded to 1.7Gbps to 2.5Gbps. You will never get this theoretical maximum speed in the real world scenario and you will see the link speed of 2Gbps in the future years and it gives the best solutions to the latest routers, access points and the mobile devices.