WiFi distance record of 3 kilometers achieved

WiFi distance record of 3 kilometers achieved
WiFi distance record of 3 kilometers achieved
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Morse Micro achieved a WiFi distance record of three kilometers with support from the HaLow standard.

Morse Micro, a wireless technology company, has set a new record. The company has achieved a WiFi distance record of three kilometers with support for the HaLow standard (802.11ah). Not only the distance, but also the performance at that distance and the low energy consumption are striking. In the long term, Wi-Fi HaLow will mainly be interesting for companies with, for example, backend devices.

Wi-Fi HaLow

Distance, power and power consumption. Wi-Fi HaLow scores on each of these three factors. Not only is the distance of three kilometers a record figure, the power also performs well at such a distance despite inference from wireless connections in the surrounding cities. At three kilometers the connection still achieved a very workable megabit per second. In addition, Wi-Fi HaLow offers lower power consumption, compared to fast Wi-Fi solutions such as Wi-Fi 7. In the video below you can see the test in action from Morse Micro.

The HaLow standard was announced in 2016, but has not yet been applied in practice. Wi-Fi HaLow is not the type of Wi-Fi that you will see in living rooms anytime soon. This WiFi solution will mainly be interesting within the corporate world for connecting devices on large sites.

The article is in Dutch

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