Preamble Puncturing in 802.11ax and 802.11be

TEN Talk

Preamble puncturing is a new feature introduced in the 802.11ax standard which allows dropping the use of constituent channels of a wideband (80/160 MHz) channel.

This allows more efficient channel utilization, for example, to handle DFS events. In this talk, we will discuss the basics of preamble puncturing and its use cases.