1.5Km range, 100x area,
Unlock the future of IoT and connectivity as we push the boundaries of Wi-Fi technology. Wi-Fi HaLow, 802.11ah sets a new standard with an unprecedented 3-kilometer reach, opening doors to a world of possibilities
The Wi-Fi HaLow (pronounced HEYlow) protocol is the first Wi-Fi standard tailored to meet the needs of the Internet of Things (IoT). It’s an open standard, wireless network technology operating in the 850-950 MHz range. By operating in the sub-GHz range, this ultra-low powerwireless protocol can connect larger numbers of IoT devices at much longer distances and much lower power than traditional Wi-Fi. The protocol was ratified by the IEEE 802.11ah task group in 2016 and dubbed Wi-Fi HaLow by the Wi-Fi Alliance.
Wi-Fi range extending over 1.5 miles, using lower frequencies to better penetrate walls and
Ultra-low power consumption enabling IoT devices to run on batteries for years.
No need for complex mesh networks as a single access point supports over 8,000 unique IoT devices.
Running the latest Wi-Fi WPA3 security. Wi-Fi EasyConnect, and Wi-Fi EnhancedOpen, with capacity for added encryption.
This comprehensive report offers an in-depth analysis of the global spectrum availability for Wi-Fi HaLow, a pioneering standard designed to meet the expansive needs of the Internet of Things (IoT). With insights into global regulations, spectrum plans, and the unique advantages of Wi-Fi HaLow, this document is an essential resource for businesses and individuals looking to leverage the full potential of IoT connectivity.
For the purposes of managing the global radio spectrum, the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) categorizes countries into different regions. While radio regulatory requirements may be similar across each region, individual countries may still adopt varying standards and spectrum plans.
In fact, in many countries (regardless of ITU region), radio frequency devices are required to adhere to behavioral standards and conform to testing protocols similar to or the same as those developed by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) and/or the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
The ITU regions are defined as per the below1:
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