May 13, 2024, 7:52 p.m. | Nathan Eddy

HealthTech Magazine

As connected medical devices and patient devices evolve, wireless healthcare networks require predictable throughput, latency and reliability.
Through the adoption of Wi-Fi 6E, healthcare providers can expect more efficient use of spectrum and a lower likelihood of collisions, leading to lower latency and improved performance.
The biggest benefits introduced by Wi-Fi 6E are the increase in available radio frequency spectrum and channels and the addition of 6-gigahertz operation, which will double the available spectrum within FCC regulatory domains. …

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