The IEEE802.11ad standard is at the heart of development of 60 GHz chipset which will combine with existing 2.4 and 5 GHz to create tri-band device.

The widespread use of digital multimedia content has created a need for faster wireless connectivity that current standards cannot support. This demand for faster and faster technology has spurred the creation of IEEE802.11ad standard in 2009 that operates in the mm-wave 60 GHz spectrum.

60 GHz is a license free spectrum that FCC allocated an unprecedented 7 GHz bandwidth, compares to < 0.5 GHz of spectrum allocated between 2-6 GHz for Wi-Fi. It is highly secure, interference-free operation, enabling high-density deployments.

The IEEE802.11ad standard is at the heart of the development of 60 GHz Wi-Fi. For best connection for performance and range, the 802.11ad specification has a feature which allows 60 GHz technology to be added to the existing 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz version to create tri-band devices.

The 802.11ad specification is designed for easy access and inter-operability as well and will co-exist with millions of wireless devices already in use around the world.

ApexWav is developing strategic partnerships with third parties to bring our 60 GHz technology to market for home entertainment, computing and communication applications.

Please contact us if you are interested in discussing partnership opportunities.