Wi-Fi use in 5.0GHz band tripled since 2014

Friday 8 December 2017 | 10:19 CET | News
Wi-Fi use in the 5.0 GHz band has tripled since 2014 in the Netherlands, according to a report from the Telecom Agency, which manages radio frequency use. The report by Strict and Figo for the agency found that more and more routers use the 5.0 GHz band, in order to avoid the congestion in the 2.4 GHz band. In the past three years, the number of access points in the higher band has increased 200 percent. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Agentschap Telecom
Countries: Netherlands
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