The European Commission has decided to harmonize the use of the 6 GHz band for wireless networks in the European Union. As a result, Wi-Fi on the Old Continent will be able to handle the growing number of devices, Internet applications and innovative services that require more bandwidth and higher speeds.
resolution European Commission o The coordination will make it possible to provide a block frequency bandwidth 480MHz out of the 6GHz band for wireless networks Wi-Fi. This amount of new radio resources will nearly double the width of the spectrum already available, which is 538.5MHz in the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands. The increased spectrum should reduce congestion on wireless networks and thus increase their speed.
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The European Commission justifies its decision by the fact that countries around the world, including United States of America I United kingdomGradually make spectrum available in the 6GHz band, so that adapted devices can easily use it for the benefit of users.
Increasing throughput of Wi-Fi services is essential to facilitate innovation and meet the proposed 2030 Digital Decade goals that all European households should have gigabit connectivity
– We read in the contacts of the European Commission
Member States European Union is to make the 6 GHz band available for Wi-Fi networks Until December 1, 2021.
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Text source: European Commission