Dual Concurrent WLAN with up to 2400 MBit/s
The LANCOM LX-6400 offers WLAN in the Wi-Fi 6 standard (IEEE 802.11ax) and can supply both clients in the 2.4 GHz frequency band and modern terminal devices in the 5 GHz band with fast WLAN. The Wi-Fi 6 technology with 80 MHz channel width and higher modulation density with QAM-1024 enables transmission rates of up to 2400 MBit/s in 5 GHz and parallel up to 1200 MBit/s in 2.4 GHz.
4x4 multi-user MIMO in the downlink and uplink
Multi-User MIMO (MU-MIMO for short) allows all available spatial streams of the LANCOM LX-6400 to be distributed to several different clients simultaneously instead of serving them one after the other as was previously the case. This makes efficient use of the available bandwidth and massively reduces delays in the wireless network. With Wi-Fi 6, MU-MIMO can be used not only in the downlink but also in the uplink.
OFDMA - The carpool in the radio field
Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access (OFDMA) divides the frequency range of a WLAN channel into several frequency blocks within a time unit. This results in subchannels (sub-carriers) that can be up to 2 MHz narrow. This means that small data packets such as those expected from IoT devices no longer block the channel of 20, 40 or even 80 MHz width alone. On the other hand, the Wi-Fi 6 access point can combine several subchannels and transport them together. A kind of carpooling that avoids that many cars with only one person blocking the road traffic and instead the streets are emptied by a few cars with several occupants.
160 MHz channel width
The access point can handle channel bandwidths of 20, 40 and 80 MHz (with 4 streams) and 160 MHz (with 2 streams). Terminal devices with two antennas that support 160 MHz reception thus benefit from strong data rates of up to 2,400 Mbits.
Longer battery life thanks to TWT
Until now, smartphones, tablets or notebooks had to be ready to receive at all times in order not to miss any of the data packets that might arrive. This quickly used up the battery charge. Wi-Fi 6 brings a new technology that counteracts power consumption on the client side. Target Wake Time, TWT for short, reduces consumption by letting the access point and client negotiate exactly when the receiver will wake up to hear the transmitter call.
Optimal load distribution in your wireless network thanks to active control of the clients on the less used and more powerful 5 GHz frequency band.
Operation via LANCOM Management Cloud
The LANCOM LX-6400 is extremely user-friendly: Managed via the LANCOM Management Cloud, it is integrated into a holistic, automated network orchestration based on software-defined networking technology.
Operation via WLC is in preparation
Operation of the LANCOM LX-6400 access point via Wireless LAN Controller will follow at the beginning of 2020, or alternatively we would like to point out the possibility of management via the LANCOM Management Cloud.
LANCOM security for wireless networks
With numerous integrated security functions such as IEEE 802.1X, this enterprise access point ensures optimal security in networks. Thus both administrators and employees benefit from professional security policies in the network.
Flexible power supply
The LANCOM LX-6400 can be operated flexibly at any PoE-powered Ethernet port via Power over Ethernet (PoE) in accordance with IEEE 802.3at. Alternatively, the access point can be supplied with power via the supplied power supply unit with various plug adapters (EU, UK, US, AU).
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