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Implementing Wi-Fi 5, 6, and 7 in Educational Facilities

Oct. 1, 2021
Wi-Fi 6 is poised to become the largest and fastest growing wireless standard in history.

Structured cabling within a school or campus provides the platform upon which classroom experiences, building systems, and security are deployed. Wireless Access Points (WAPs) have seen explosive growth over the past few years due to the proliferation of wireless devices. Wi-Fi 4, 5, and 6 have seen significant improvements in the ability to accommodate more devices per access point, higher speeds for devices, and higher access point densities. Engineers are already hard at work on a next-generation Wi-Fi 7 which will offer significant improvements beyond Wi-Fi 6. This white paper addresses standards and technologies that support WAPs, the growth and evolution of wireless technologies, and necessary cabling requirements to enable a wireless transformation that students, educators, and administrators need in schools and campuses.

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