New Wifi6 Meraki Access Points: MR56 MR46 MR36Maria Cruz Alcocer
IEEE 802.11ax also known as WiFi 6, is a type of WLAN in the IEEE 802.11 suite. This new standard will be essential for the development of digitization processes, as well as the implementation of technologies such as 5G or the Internet of Things.
It is designed to operate on existing 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz spectra.
Meraki presents new Wifi6 Access Points MR56 MR46 MR36:
EThese three new cloud-managed 802.11ax access points (also known as Wi-Fi 6) (MR36, MR46, and MR56) support up to four times the capacity of 802.11ac access points. The 6th generation of Wi-Fi has been used in high-density areas, such as convention centers, large offices, and auditoriums.
The technology of multiple user, multiple input and multiple output (Multi-User, Multiple Input, Multiple Output, MU-MIMO) and the multiple access by division of orthogonal frequencies (Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiple Access (OFDMA)) incorporated in the three Models Help Address High-Density, High-Link Traffic Wireless Environments, Such As High Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP), Live Events, Stadiums, Auditoriums, And Offices company headquarters. The MR36 will be the first Wi-Fi 6 2×2 access point in Cisco’s portfolio, and will offer a starting point for those who want to upgrade their systems to Wi-Fi 6.
Indoor 802.11ax access points, managed in the cloud.
WI-FI USE SCENARIOS 6:
802.11ax is designed to:
- high-density public environments: airports, trains, auditoriums, shopping centers, stadiums …
- in companies for 5G deployments, Internet of Things (IoT),
- in homes where intensive internet use is made
- and in offices that use applications with high bandwidth consumption (eg VoIP).
- 802.11ax is also designed so that we can browse and download data faster from our mobile devices.
COMPARATIVE OF MODELS: