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WBA offers guidelines to enable robust, 5G-like WiFi 6 roll-out

The past fortnight has been a highly significant one in the world of WiFi. It is testament to the effort of teams behind the scenes both at standards bodies and vendor R&D departments that the market is thriving despite the huge focus on 5G, and claims from some quarters that 5G – especially when it reaches unlicensed spectrum – will make WiFi redundant over time, at least outside the home. But the variety of new developments we have seen in July so far show how the WiFi community will leverage the home incumbency to drive new experiences that can then be applied to broader markets including enterprise, public access, vehicles and the Internet of Things. The Wireless Broadband Alliance (WBA)…

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