Jatin Parekh

Product Strategist, Product Manager, Technology Leader

TEN Talk

Preamble Puncturing in 802.11ax and 802.11be

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.

TEN Talk

Preamble Puncturing in 802.11ax and 802.11be

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.

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Practical Considerations for Deploying Wi-Fi 6E

As the adoption of Wi-Fi 6E gathers momentum, it is important to understand the practical considerations of Wi-Fi 6E to make a judicial decision of when and how to deploy Wi-Fi 6E.

Deploying Wi-Fi 6E goes beyond just replacing existing APs with Wi-Fi 6E models and in this talk we will discuss the different aspects to considered and balance that help adopters take a informed decision on when and how to roll out Wi-Fi 6E in their network to extract best value for their investment while maintaining seamless experience for Wi-Fi users.

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Practical Considerations for Deploying Wi-Fi 6E

As the adoption of Wi-Fi 6E gathers momentum, it is important to understand the practical considerations of Wi-Fi 6E to make a judicial decision of when and how to deploy Wi-Fi 6E.

Deploying Wi-Fi 6E goes beyond just replacing existing APs with Wi-Fi 6E models and in this talk we will discuss the different aspects to considered and balance that help adopters take a informed decision on when and how to roll out Wi-Fi 6E in their network to extract best value for their investment while maintaining seamless experience for Wi-Fi users.