No SSID, SSID can be hidden, New Encryption keys, Mac Address that cannot be spoofed, New AI Algorithms, WiFi range can be extended or restricted, New data transmission speed for WiFi7 beyond MIMO, New spread spectrum technology that does not require 100% connection all the time where data packets are merged with AI Algorithms, Beacon swarm cannot be enforced, pfSense for increased speeds and security with Firewalls and VPNs, I have covered all the vulnerabilities for WiFi 7, I do not think the IETF can beat me at this, I did everything in 1 hour. Next, the testing and experimental phase. That is not my job since everybody fool around with my work.
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Maximizing Performance in Congested Environments
Designed for high-density connectivity, Wi-Fi 6 offers up to a four-fold capacity increase over its Wi-Fi 5 predecessor. With Wi-Fi 6, multiple APs deployed in dense device environments can collectively deliver required quality-of-service (QoS) to more clients with more diverse usage profiles. This is made possible by a range of technologies – such as BSS Coloring – which maximizes network performance by working even within heavily congested, co-channel interference environments. From our perspective, BSS Coloring will play a critical role in helping Wi-Fi evolve into a collision-free, deterministic wireless technology as the IEEE looks to integrate future iterations of the mechanism into new wireless standards to support the future of Wi-Fi and beyond.
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The Target Wake Time mechanism first appeared in the IEEE 802.11ah “Wi-Fi HaLow” standard.
Published in 2017, the low-power standard is specifically designed to support the large-scale deployment of IoT infrastructure – such as stations and sensors – that intelligently coordinate signal sharing. The TWT feature further evolved with the IEEE 802.11ax standard, as stations and sensors are now only required to wake and communicate with the specific Beacon(s) transmitting instructions for the TWT Broadcast sessions they belong to. This allows the wireless IEEE 802.11ax standard to optimize power saving for many devices, with more reliable, deterministic and LTE-like performance.