Skyworks Advances Next Generation Wi-Fi 6E

March 9, 2020 Perry Cohen

Skyworks, a developer of analog semiconductors, announced that it is supporting next generation wireless technologies set forth by Wi-Fi Alliance and developing connectivity solutions designed to meet future requirements.

As a result of increasing demand for high data applications, there has been an initiative to open up additional frequency bands to complement the existing 2.4 and 5 GHz bands. This new spectrum is expected to be made available by regulators around the world and represents a possibility to deliver the benefits of Wi-Fi 6 coupled with increased bandwidth available in the new 6 GHz band.

In an article published by RF Globalnet, Skyworks’ engineers explain the 6 GHz band, along with its uses and benefits. With decades of experience developing technologies for successive wireless standards, Skyworks works in partnership with members of the Wi-Fi Alliance and provides guidance on FCC proceedings regarding upcoming protocols.

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