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Items tagged with: Wi-Fi 6

New In the Charts: ASUS RT-AX86U

ASUS RT-AX86UASUS's RT-AX86U AX5700 Dual Band WiFi 6 Gaming Router has been tested and added to SmallNetBuilder's Wi-Fi Router Charts. It has an unusual three stream @ 2.4 GHz and four stream @ 5 GHz Broadcom-based design. But it currently ranks #1 in Wi-Fi 6 routers.

How We Test Wi-Fi - Revision 11

How We Test Wireless Products - Revision 11 Updated: Our Revision 11 process brings multiple clients and a change to WAN-based testing.

How Much Total Throughput Can Your Wi-Fi Router Really Provide?

A Wi-Fi Router fully loadedIt's harder than you think for that expensive router of yours to deliver all the throughput the big number on its box promises. We show you why.

Does OFDMA Really Work? Part 2

Does OFDMA Really Work - Part 2Our test of six Wi-Fi 6 routers found no significant benefit from OFDMA.

Does OFDMA Really Work? Part 1

Does OFDMA Really Work - Part 1We resume our quest to find OFDMA's promised benefits, by first trying to find a good benchmark test.

What's Missing From Your Wi-Fi 6 Router? OFDMA

What's Missing From Your Wi-Fi 6 Router? OFDMAOFDMA, a key Wi-Fi 6 feature, is still mostly absent from consumer routers and makers are not telling us.

Wi-Fi 6 Performance Roundup: Five Routers Tested

Wi-Fi 6 Performance Roundup: Five Routers TestedWe take a look at how five Wi-Fi 6 routers perform with a Wi-Fi 6 client.

First Peek At Wi-Fi 6: ASUS RT-AX88U & NETGEAR RAX80

NETGEAR RAX80, ASUS RT-AX88U First LookUpdated - Our first look at the performance of NETGEAR's RAX80 and ASUS' RT-AX88U shows little benefit functioning as AC routers.

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