Huawei Wi-Fi 6+ Technology and Difference Between Wi-Fi 6

Huawei Wi-Fi 6+ | Gigahome 650 and Kirin 650

Introducing Huawei Wi-Fi 6+

Huawei’s terminal and strategic layout online conference was held this evening. Huawei officially released its self-developed Huawei Wi-Fi 6+ technology. According official Introduction, Huawei’s unique advantage of Huawei Wi-Fi 6+ comes from Huawei’s self-developed technology. The two chips, one is Gigahome 650, will be used in Huawei routers; the other is Kirin W650, which will be used in Huawei mobile phones and other terminal equipment.

Huawei Wi-Fi 6+ Technology

Huawei has submitted 240 technical proposals for the Wi-Fi 6 standard and is a TOP2 contributor. Based on Wi-Fi 6, end-to-end self-developed Wi-Fi 6+ chip, Gigahome 650 is used for Huawei routing, Kirin W650 is used for terminals such as Huawei mobile phones. With 160MHz ultra-large bandwidth and dynamic narrow bandwidth technology, welcome to Huawei’s new Wi-Fi 6+ experience to achieve twice the speed at short distances and wear an additional wall at long distances.

On top of the WiFi 6 standard protocol, Huawei has added chip collaboration technology to make it faster and wider through walls. These differences have made Huawei Wi-Fi 6+. It is important to note that you want to experience Huawei WiFi 6+ Huawei terminal equipment must be used in conjunction with it , and other brands of terminal equipment can only experience standard WiFi 6 technology.

What is different in Wi-Fi 6 and Wi-Fi 6+?

On top of the WiFi 6 standard protocol, Huawei has added chip collaboration technology to make it faster and wider through walls. These differences have made Huawei WiFi 6+. It is important to note that you want to experience Huawei Wi-Fi 6+ Huawei terminal equipment must be used in conjunction with it , and other brands of terminal equipment can only experience standard WiFi 6 technology.

Huawei Wi-Fi 6+ | Gigahome 650 and Kirin W650

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