802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6 & 6E) Solutions

802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6 & 6E) Solutions

The next standard for wireless LAN is 802.11ax.

802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6 & 6E)


As the next-generation of Wi-Fi, 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6) is designed for our everything-and-everyone connected world. Previous generations of Wi-Fi have been about speed, 802.11ax is about efficiency and speed and providing that speed to multiple users at the same time.

802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6 & 6E) Products

LitePoint IQxel-MW Multi-Device Test Solution

LitePoint IQxel-MW Multi-Device Test Solution

IQxel-MW™ is a comprehensive, multi-device test solution with superior performance for the next generation of wireless connectivity devices, ideal for both R&D and high-volume production.

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LitePoint IQxel-MW 7G Wi-Fi 6 & Wi-Fi 6E Test System

LitePoint IQxel-MW 7G Wi-Fi 6 & Wi-Fi 6E Test System

LitePoint’s new IQxel-MW 7G family of testers is designed to meet the demands of connectivity and cellular technologies testing up to 7.3 GHz.

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Tescom TC-5916A Shield Box

Tescom TC-5916A Shield Box

With wide frequency band supporting range from 100 - 6000 MHz, the Tescom TC-5916A Shield Box can be applied to most of the current and future wireless communication technologies such as GSM, WCDMA, WiMAX, LTE, GNSS, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi.

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Tescom TC-5932A Shield Box

Tescom TC-5932A Shield Box

With wide frequency band supporting range from 100 to 6000 MHz, the TESCOM TC-5932A Shield Box can be applied to most of the current and future wireless communication technologies such as GSM, WCDMA, WiMAX, LTE, GNSS, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi.

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Vaunix LDA Attenuator Series

Vaunix LDA Attenuator Series

Vaunix Lab Brick LDA series RF/microwave portable and programmable digital attenuators include several 50 Ohm and 75 Ohm bi-directional step attenuators with calibrated operation in bands up to 20 GHz.

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Finance Your 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6 & 6E) Test Equipment

Renting your test equipment from MCS enables you to obtain the equipment you need now, without needing to rely on capital budget, compromise on quality, or spread the acquisition of multiple items over a number of years. We have a number of flexible finance packages available:


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Rent to Buy

  • Spread payments up to five years
  • Treat payments as operating expenses
  • Rental payments count towards purchase
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Flexible Finance

  • 0% finance options available
  • Up to 60 months
  • Available on all equipment
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Operating Lease

  • Low rate for committed term
  • Low payments each month
  • Available on all equipment

Related 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6 & 6E) News

Introducing LitePoint IQxel-MX High Performance 802.11be Test System

Introducing LitePoint IQxel-MX High Performance 802.11be Test System

The fastest Wi-Fi generation requires the best performing test solution and LitePoint has developed the IQxel-MX test platform with industry-leading performance.

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Wi-Fi 6 OFDMA – How Does it Work and How Do You Test?

Wi-Fi 6 OFDMA – How Does it Work and How Do You Test?

Throughout these posts, you’ll learn about the key RF-PHY changes made in Wi-Fi 6/802.11ax compared to Wi-Fi 5 and older generations: the addition of a new frequency band, higher modulation rates, smaller subcarrier spacing, longer guard intervals and the introduction of the OFDMA modulation technique providing capacity improvements and latency reduction.

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Wi-Fi 6 vs. Wi-Fi 5 Key Changes to the RF Physical Layer

Wi-Fi 6 vs. Wi-Fi 5 Key Changes to the RF Physical Layer

Throughout this blog series, you’ll learn about the key RF-PHY changes made in Wi-Fi 6/802.11ax compared to Wi-Fi 5 and older generations: the addition of a new frequency band, higher modulation rate, smaller subcarrier spacing, longer guard interval and the introduction of the OFDMA modulation technique providing capacity improvements and latency reduction.

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What’s the Difference Between Bluetooth Low Energy, UWB, and NFC for Keyless Entry?

What’s the Difference Between Bluetooth Low Energy, UWB, and NFC for Keyless Entry?

In the latest article by Joseph Sfeir, Director of Business Development at LitePoint talks about automotive keyless entry that brings convenience, but this feature gives hackers a new way to unlock or steal cars. Learn about the communication protocols involved and how UWB can make this more secure.

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