FCC sets date for vote on 6 GHz WiFi

FCC sets date for vote on 6 GHz WiFi

The FCC announced plans for an April 23 vote on a proposal to open the 6GHz band for unlicensed Wi-Fi use. Doing so would free up more than 1,200MHz of additional bandwidth for next-gen Wi-Fi 6E devices. ’This would be a huge benefit to consumers and innovators across the nation’, the FCC said in a statement. The Wi-Fi industry has signaled strong support for the move.

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