Zyxel with new 6E Wi-Fi hotspots
New access points for better Wi-Fi accessibility
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The manufacturer of business and home networking solutions Zyxel has developed three new access points in the Wi-Fi 6E radio spectrum. Small and medium-sized businesses and schools in particular should benefit from the benefits of Wi-Fi 6E technology in their devices.
Zyxel presents three new access points for Wi-Fi 6E for faster, trouble-free and hassle-free WLAN for SMBs and other areas with multiple network participants. They are designed to help companies take advantage of the newly available 6 GHz wireless band.
New to the Zyxel product portfolio are the NWA220AX-6E and WAX620D-6E products, which feature a Bandflex antenna. As a result, data traffic on existing Wi-Fi 5 and Wi-Fi 6 networks will be shifted to 6 GHz. This is to improve the availability of WLAN and remedy the situation in areas with congested 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequencies.
The premium WAX640S-6E device has a smart antenna as a tri-band model. This constantly monitors the connection and can adaptively adjust the antenna characteristics. This is to reduce co-channel interference and at the same time improve the performance of the WLAN.
Use the potential of Wi-Fi 6E
For maximum coverage, the access points are equipped with matched 6 GHz 4×4 radios and precision RF filters. You can also receive low-transmission mobile devices with a range close to the 2.4 GHz band.
If required, the WAX620D-6E and NWA220AX-6E access points can switch between 5 and 6 GHz using the Bandflex radio design. This gives users more flexibility in Wi-Fi-intensive environments and prepares them for the future. Compared to the larger WAX640S-6E, the two smaller variants are a cost-effective alternative for companies already adapting their WLANs. The WAX640S-6E is a fully tri-band access point, so it can use all three frequency bands simultaneously, which is an advantage in the case of variously equipped client devices.
All three access points are equipped with advanced RF filters and advanced cellular coexistence. This reduces interference with 5GHz channels and 4G and 5G cellular networks when using multiple devices in confined spaces.