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Monday, 16 March 2020

WorldLink lunch WiFi 5 first time in Nepal

There is talk of wifi in the next generation in the world. Some countries have used the WiFi Six. Now WiFi Six support devices are also available in the market. An example of this is the iPhone 11 and the Samsung Galaxy S20.
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Samsung used the WiFi Six support technology from its premium phone, Galaxy Ten.  In this case, WiFi is a common theme in the world environment.
But in Nepal's environment, it is a new and new beginning.  WorldLink Communication Pvt launched Wi-Fi Five for the first time in Nepal.

Last November, WorldLink received US $ 5 million worth of foreign investment from CDC Group, the UK's development finance agency.
With foreign investment coming in, the company said it would provide more effective and quality services to its customers.  According to the company, the company has started WiFi with a plan to improve the WiFi network.

 Both new and old customers of this technology company can apply.  The old customer the company could upgrade or upgrade the service they were using.  This service will be a bit more expensive than the existing charges.

The WiFi router we currently use is a single band router.  Which supports 2.4 GHz.  It has only three channels.
There are many Internet service providers in Nepal.  The problem is that the network is interconnected, since everyone is offering WiFi in the same band.  Which does not bring good speed.

What is Wifi 5

It is also known as the '802.11.5b / g / n' series.  Its speed is said to be 150 Mbps per second but due to network interference problem only gives 30 to 40 Mbps speed.

But WorldLink's Fifi WiFi router has two bands at 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz.  Which minimizes the problem of channel disruption.  So it can deliver 5 Mbps per channel and a total speed of over 1 GB.

Find out how the Fifi WiFi Support Device?
It runs on most of the devices that have been installed since 2014. For this, your device must be 802.11ac 'series supporting or double band supporting device.

To find out if your device supports it, you need to look in the box where the device is purchased.  The back of the box mentions what connectivity your device supports.

If your device reports double band WiFi or supports '802.11ac' series WiFi, you may enjoy high speed internet access using WiFi Five.

WorldLink lunch WiFi 5 first time in Nepal Reviewed by K.D on Monday, March 16, 2020 Rating: 5 There is talk of wifi in the next generation in the world. Some countries have used the WiFi Six. Now WiFi Six support devices are also ava...

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