Each generation of Wi-Fi has been about higher order modulation and throughput. For the first time, Wi-Fi 6 introduces orthogonal frequency-division multiple access (OFDMA) enabling transmission of multiple clients by sharing the frequency bandwidth concurrently.
The driver for Wi-Fi 6E is better Wi-Fi client operation in high density scenarios.
Wi-Fi 6E takes Wi-Fi into a new realm that enjoys the benefit of a much larger 6GHz spectrum capacity.
Join this session and learn how to gain insight into your access-point performance under OFDMA and verify if improvements in latency and qualify of experience are achieved.
In this webinar we will review:
- the Keysight architecture and test methodology that ensures the visibility you have into your access point (AP) Wi-Fi performance
- how traffic load or client count affects the AP decision in single/multi-user scenarios
- how to characterize your AP performance through quality of experience (QoE) metrics
- 6GHz performance vs. existing 5GHz operation