WLAN Tester Supports Wi-Fi 7 with Network Mode

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WLAN tester has network mode for testing Wi-Fi 7 devices

A Network Mode option has been added to the Anritsu MT8862A Wireless Connectivity Test Set, allowing the instrument to evaluate the Wi-Fi 7 signal quality of devices under test.

Developed by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the IEEE802.11be (Wi-Fi 7) wireless communication standard is designed to achieve a transmission speed of 30 Gbps or more, much faster than Wi-Fi 6/6E. In addition to extending conventional technologies, Wi-Fi 7 also adopts new technologies such as Multi-Link Operation (MLO), enabling a device to simultaneously send and receive data across different frequency bands and channels.

With the new Network Mode option, Anritsu is contributing to improving the signal quality of Wi-Fi 7 devices and to the growth and success of this important new communications protocol.

The development of the Wi-Fi 7 standard is scheduled for completion in 2024.

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