2020 iPhone Lineup May Support New IEEE 802.11ay Short Range Wi-Fi Standard

2020 iPhone Lineup May Support New IEEE 802.11ay Short Range Wi-Fi Standard

Apple’s 2020 iPhone lineup could support the new IEEE 802.11ay Wi-Fi standard, says Japanese blog MacOtakara. 802.11ay is a follow-up of IEEE 802.11ad, which quadruples the bandwidth and adds up to 4 streams of multiple transmission/reception.

While the new 60GHz spectrum Wi-Fi specification is still in the draft phase, it is expected to be finalized by the end of 2020.

According to the reliable source of information for iPhone 12 for the next term, there will be possibility to support IEEE 802.11ay which is near field communication Wi-Fi standard. Apple will be improve the data transfer speed between devices indoor mainly as a Gigabit WiFi technology.

802.11ay is a type of WLAN in the IEEE 802.11 set of WLANs. It will have a frequency of 60 GHz, a transmission rate of 20–40 Gbit/s and an extended transmission distance of 300–500 meters. Where 802.11ad uses a maximum of 2.16 GHz bandwidth, 802.11ay bonds four of those channels together for a maximum bandwidth of 8.64 GHz. MIMO is also added with a maximum of 4 streams. The link-rate per stream is 44Gbit/s, with four streams this goes up to 176Gbit/s. (Via Wikipedia)

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