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Luxshare Testing has added WiFi 6E&7 test equipment and continues to provide customers with more comprehensive testing and certification services.

Wi-Fi 6E&7 is a technology that has undergone major changes in Wi-Fi in recent years, breaking through the traditional 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequency bands and pushing Wi-Fi into the 6 GHz field.

The development history of WiFi protocol

1997

WiFi 1

IEEE802.11 (2.4G)


Year 1999

Wi-Fi 2

IEEE802.11b (2.4G)

Up to 11Mbps

IEEE802.11a (5G)

Up to 54Mbps

Year 2003

Wi-Fi 3

IEEE802.11g (2.4G)

Up to 54Mbps

Year 2009

Wi-Fi 4

IEEE802.11n (2.4&5G)

Up to 600Mbps

year 2013

WiFi 5

IEEE802.11ac (5G)

Up to 6.93bps

2019

WiFi 6

IEEE802.11ax (5G)

Up to 9.6Gbps

2020

Wi-Fi 6E

IEEE802.11ax (2.4&5G&6G)

Up to 9.6Gbps

2022

WiFi 7

IEEE802.11 be (2.4&5G&6G)

CMU-MIMO technology

Up to 30Gbps

Until the recent launch of WiFi6E, Wi-Fi 6E has an extra "E" in its name compared to Wi-Fi 6. This "E" stands for "Extended", which means "expansion, expansion", that is, Wi-Fi 6E is in On the basis of the Wi-Fi 6 protocol, the available spectrum is extended to the higher 6GHz frequency band (5.925-7.125GHz). The underlying protocol and technical principles of Wi-Fi 6 are still used, and it is not a major version upgrade or change.

WiFi 6G has a total of 4 Bands, which are:

Band 5: 5925 ~ 6425 MHz
Band 6: 6425 ~ 6525 MHz
Band 7: 6525 ~ 6875 MHz
Band 8: 6875 ~ 7125 MHz

EU RED WiFi 6E&7 requirements (ETSI EN 303 687)

Equipment category

Subcategory

Applicable conditions

 

 

EIRP

Limit

 

 

PSD(EIRP) Limit

LPI

Low Power Indoor

Indoor low power

LPI access point (AP) or bridge device/LPI client (Client) device

Indoor use only (including trains and aircraft with metal-coated windows), outdoor use prohibited (including use in road vehicles)

23dBm

10dBm/MHz

VLP

Very Low Power

ultra low power

To be further defined

Can be used indoors and outdoors, but use on drones is prohibited

14dBm

1dBm/MHz

Note: In addition to the differences in the Limits of Power and PSD, LPI and VLP also have differences in the Limits of OOB and Blocking. In terms of OOB, LVP is more strict, while in terms of Blocking, LPI is relatively strict.

US FCC ID WiFi 6E&7 requirements

Equipment category

skills requirement

FCC Part 15.407

SP

Frequency band (MHz)

5925-6425

6525-6875

AP & Fixed Client

Power: 36dBm(EIRP)

PSD: 23dBm/MHz(EIRP)

Client under control of SP AP

Power: 30dBm(EIRP)

PSD: 17dBm/MHz(EIRP)

special requirement

AFC

LPI

Frequency band (MHz)

5925-7125

AP&Subordinate

Power: 30dBm(EIRP)

PSD: 5dBm/MHz(EIRP)

Client under control of LPI AP

Power: 24dBm(EIRP)

PSD: 1dBm/MHz(EIRP)

special requirement

Contention based protocol

VLP

Frequency band (MHz)

5925-6425

6525-6875

Japan MIC (Radio) WiFi 6E&7 requirements:

Use frequency band
Equipment category
Power (EIRP)

other request

 

 

5925-6425 MHz

 

low power indoor
(LPI)

 

200mW
(23dBm)
1. The antenna must have an inseparable structure and it is prohibited to have a detachable antenna interface outside the device casing;
2. The device can only operate from externally supplied AC power via cable (i.e. battery power is prohibited)
3. The equipment is not weather-resistant for outdoor use (i.e., weatherproof enclosures are prohibited)
ultra low power
(VLP)
25mW
(14dBm)
The antenna must have an inseparable structure and it is prohibited to have a detachable antenna interface outside the device casing.
Hong Kong—OFCA allows the use of 5.925-6.425GHz:

The Hong Kong Communications Authority (OFCA) released the specification HKCA 1081 for 6 GHz band devices in April 2022. This specification defines the minimum performance requirements for radiocommunication equipment operating in the 6 GHz frequency band. Radio communication equipment shall operate in the frequency range 5.925 - 6.425 GHz and shall meet the technical requirements specified in the 6 GHz WAS/RLAN standard in EN 303 687.

Thailand—NBTC allows the use of 5.925-6.425GHz:

The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC), the Thai regulatory agency, officially announced the following two notifications on April 28, 2023: "Authorization Standard for the 5.925-6.425GHz Frequency" and "Technical Standard for Telecommunications Equipment Using the 5.925-6.425GHz Frequency NBTC" TS 1039-2566".

Mexico—IFT allows use of 5.925-6.425GHz:

Mexico's Federal Institute of Telecommunications (IFETEL) announced on February 16, 2023 that the 5925-6425 MHz band is license-exempt spectrum, which will make it possible to provide new services with Wi-Fi 6E technology in Mexico. Currently this band can only be used for indoor low power systems and indoor and outdoor very low power systems.

Singapore—IMDA allows the use of 5.925-6.425GHz:

On May 12, 2023, the Singapore Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) announced its intention to allocate more radio spectrum, by allocating 500 MHz of spectrum in the 6 GHz band for Wi-Fi use (i.e. 5925 - 6425 MHz). To promote Wi-Fi connectivity for more devices in Singapore. IMDA is committed to meeting the growing needs of bandwidth-intensive and low-latency use cases and enabling end-users to have a seamless experience across different connectivity options in Singapore. IMDA is expected to amend its regulations to allocate radio spectrum 5925 MHz - 6425 MHz for Wi-Fi use in Singapore and enable Wi-Fi 6E-enabled equipment and devices to be put into commercial use in Singapore by the third quarter of 2023.

Colombia—ANE allows use of 5.925-7.125GHz:

On November 18, 2022, the Colombian National Spectrum Agency (ANE) issued Resolution No. 737 of 2022, officially adding 1.200 MHz containing the 6GHz band to Resolution No. 105 of 2020. This will allow the use of this spectrum for wireless access systems (WAS) and facilitate the use of unlicensed technologies such as Wi-Fi6/6E. ANE determines the conditions for the use of WAS technology in the frequency range 5925 MHz to 7125 MHz, emphasizing that this band can only operate in indoor conditions and that devices using this band must be connected to the building's power grid (battery use is not allowed).

Argentina—ENACOM allows the use of 5.925-7.125GHz:

On May 24, 2023, ENACOM announced Resolution No. 756/2023, officially allocating WiFi 6E (5925-7125 MHz) and determining the technical specifications for the use of WiFi wireless access systems. This frequency band is limited to indoor use. The maximum EIRP of access equipment (AP) and slave equipment (SD) is 30dBm, and the maximum EIRP spectrum density is 5dBm/MHz. The maximum EIRP of the client device (CD) is 24dBm and the maximum EIRP spectrum density is -1dBm/MHz. Out-of-band radiation should not exceed EIRP-27dBm/MHz.

Saudi Arabia—CITC allows the use of 5.925-7.125GHz:

On November 23, 2021, the Saudi Arabian Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC) plans to open the 5925-7125MHz (6 GHz) frequency band for license-free use. CITC is implementing this decision through the use of regulations, technical specifications and WLAN management documents. Currently, devices using the 6GHz band 5925-7125MHz, such as Wi-Fi 6E, will not be able to obtain CITC certification until CITC issues a formal announcement.

Malaysia—MCMC allows the use of 5.925-6.425GHz:

On February 5, 2022, the Malaysian regulatory agency SIRIM officially announced that short-range devices (SRD) using the 5925-6425MHz frequency (such as the Wi-Fi6E band) can now be approved and certified.

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WiFi 6E&7 test equipment

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Luxshare Testing has added WiFi 6E&7 test equipment and continues to provide customers with more comprehensive testing and certification services.

Wi-Fi 6E&7 is a technology that has undergone major changes in Wi-Fi in recent years, breaking through the traditional 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequency bands and pushing Wi-Fi into the 6 GHz field.

The development history of WiFi protocol

1997

WiFi 1

IEEE802.11 (2.4G)


Year 1999

Wi-Fi 2

IEEE802.11b (2.4G)

Up to 11Mbps

IEEE802.11a (5G)

Up to 54Mbps

Year 2003

Wi-Fi 3

IEEE802.11g (2.4G)

Up to 54Mbps

Year 2009

Wi-Fi 4

IEEE802.11n (2.4&5G)

Up to 600Mbps

year 2013

WiFi 5

IEEE802.11ac (5G)

Up to 6.93bps

2019

WiFi 6

IEEE802.11ax (5G)

Up to 9.6Gbps

2020

Wi-Fi 6E

IEEE802.11ax (2.4&5G&6G)

Up to 9.6Gbps

2022

WiFi 7

IEEE802.11 be (2.4&5G&6G)

CMU-MIMO technology

Up to 30Gbps

Until the recent launch of WiFi6E, Wi-Fi 6E has an extra "E" in its name compared to Wi-Fi 6. This "E" stands for "Extended", which means "expansion, expansion", that is, Wi-Fi 6E is in On the basis of the Wi-Fi 6 protocol, the available spectrum is extended to the higher 6GHz frequency band (5.925-7.125GHz). The underlying protocol and technical principles of Wi-Fi 6 are still used, and it is not a major version upgrade or change.

WiFi 6G has a total of 4 Bands, which are:

Band 5: 5925 ~ 6425 MHz
Band 6: 6425 ~ 6525 MHz
Band 7: 6525 ~ 6875 MHz
Band 8: 6875 ~ 7125 MHz

EU RED WiFi 6E&7 requirements (ETSI EN 303 687)

Equipment category

Subcategory

Applicable conditions

 

 

EIRP

Limit

 

 

PSD(EIRP) Limit

LPI

Low Power Indoor

Indoor low power

LPI access point (AP) or bridge device/LPI client (Client) device

Indoor use only (including trains and aircraft with metal-coated windows), outdoor use prohibited (including use in road vehicles)

23dBm

10dBm/MHz

VLP

Very Low Power

ultra low power

To be further defined

Can be used indoors and outdoors, but use on drones is prohibited

14dBm

1dBm/MHz

Note: In addition to the differences in the Limits of Power and PSD, LPI and VLP also have differences in the Limits of OOB and Blocking. In terms of OOB, LVP is more strict, while in terms of Blocking, LPI is relatively strict.

US FCC ID WiFi 6E&7 requirements

Equipment category

skills requirement

FCC Part 15.407

SP

Frequency band (MHz)

5925-6425

6525-6875

AP & Fixed Client

Power: 36dBm(EIRP)

PSD: 23dBm/MHz(EIRP)

Client under control of SP AP

Power: 30dBm(EIRP)

PSD: 17dBm/MHz(EIRP)

special requirement

AFC

LPI

Frequency band (MHz)

5925-7125

AP&Subordinate

Power: 30dBm(EIRP)

PSD: 5dBm/MHz(EIRP)

Client under control of LPI AP

Power: 24dBm(EIRP)

PSD: 1dBm/MHz(EIRP)

special requirement

Contention based protocol

VLP

Frequency band (MHz)

5925-6425

6525-6875

Japan MIC (Radio) WiFi 6E&7 requirements:

Use frequency band
Equipment category
Power (EIRP)

other request

 

 

5925-6425 MHz

 

low power indoor
(LPI)

 

200mW
(23dBm)
1. The antenna must have an inseparable structure and it is prohibited to have a detachable antenna interface outside the device casing;
2. The device can only operate from externally supplied AC power via cable (i.e. battery power is prohibited)
3. The equipment is not weather-resistant for outdoor use (i.e., weatherproof enclosures are prohibited)
ultra low power
(VLP)
25mW
(14dBm)
The antenna must have an inseparable structure and it is prohibited to have a detachable antenna interface outside the device casing.
Hong Kong—OFCA allows the use of 5.925-6.425GHz:

The Hong Kong Communications Authority (OFCA) released the specification HKCA 1081 for 6 GHz band devices in April 2022. This specification defines the minimum performance requirements for radiocommunication equipment operating in the 6 GHz frequency band. Radio communication equipment shall operate in the frequency range 5.925 - 6.425 GHz and shall meet the technical requirements specified in the 6 GHz WAS/RLAN standard in EN 303 687.

Thailand—NBTC allows the use of 5.925-6.425GHz:

The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC), the Thai regulatory agency, officially announced the following two notifications on April 28, 2023: "Authorization Standard for the 5.925-6.425GHz Frequency" and "Technical Standard for Telecommunications Equipment Using the 5.925-6.425GHz Frequency NBTC" TS 1039-2566".

Mexico—IFT allows use of 5.925-6.425GHz:

Mexico's Federal Institute of Telecommunications (IFETEL) announced on February 16, 2023 that the 5925-6425 MHz band is license-exempt spectrum, which will make it possible to provide new services with Wi-Fi 6E technology in Mexico. Currently this band can only be used for indoor low power systems and indoor and outdoor very low power systems.

Singapore—IMDA allows the use of 5.925-6.425GHz:

On May 12, 2023, the Singapore Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) announced its intention to allocate more radio spectrum, by allocating 500 MHz of spectrum in the 6 GHz band for Wi-Fi use (i.e. 5925 - 6425 MHz). To promote Wi-Fi connectivity for more devices in Singapore. IMDA is committed to meeting the growing needs of bandwidth-intensive and low-latency use cases and enabling end-users to have a seamless experience across different connectivity options in Singapore. IMDA is expected to amend its regulations to allocate radio spectrum 5925 MHz - 6425 MHz for Wi-Fi use in Singapore and enable Wi-Fi 6E-enabled equipment and devices to be put into commercial use in Singapore by the third quarter of 2023.

Colombia—ANE allows use of 5.925-7.125GHz:

On November 18, 2022, the Colombian National Spectrum Agency (ANE) issued Resolution No. 737 of 2022, officially adding 1.200 MHz containing the 6GHz band to Resolution No. 105 of 2020. This will allow the use of this spectrum for wireless access systems (WAS) and facilitate the use of unlicensed technologies such as Wi-Fi6/6E. ANE determines the conditions for the use of WAS technology in the frequency range 5925 MHz to 7125 MHz, emphasizing that this band can only operate in indoor conditions and that devices using this band must be connected to the building's power grid (battery use is not allowed).

Argentina—ENACOM allows the use of 5.925-7.125GHz:

On May 24, 2023, ENACOM announced Resolution No. 756/2023, officially allocating WiFi 6E (5925-7125 MHz) and determining the technical specifications for the use of WiFi wireless access systems. This frequency band is limited to indoor use. The maximum EIRP of access equipment (AP) and slave equipment (SD) is 30dBm, and the maximum EIRP spectrum density is 5dBm/MHz. The maximum EIRP of the client device (CD) is 24dBm and the maximum EIRP spectrum density is -1dBm/MHz. Out-of-band radiation should not exceed EIRP-27dBm/MHz.

Saudi Arabia—CITC allows the use of 5.925-7.125GHz:

On November 23, 2021, the Saudi Arabian Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC) plans to open the 5925-7125MHz (6 GHz) frequency band for license-free use. CITC is implementing this decision through the use of regulations, technical specifications and WLAN management documents. Currently, devices using the 6GHz band 5925-7125MHz, such as Wi-Fi 6E, will not be able to obtain CITC certification until CITC issues a formal announcement.

Malaysia—MCMC allows the use of 5.925-6.425GHz:

On February 5, 2022, the Malaysian regulatory agency SIRIM officially announced that short-range devices (SRD) using the 5925-6425MHz frequency (such as the Wi-Fi6E band) can now be approved and certified.