Why Dual Band ONU?
The performance of a router has a great influence on our Wi-Fi online experience, so choosing the correct router is very important. Here we get a question most of the time “Should I choose a dual-band router or single-band router?”
Okay let’s talk about Dual Band 5GHz Router:
Initially, a Dual Band router uses two bands: 2.4GHz and 5GHz, which means that they transmit two simultaneous wireless signals, providing better performance, and compared to a single-band router, a dual-band router is easier to set up.
In Comparison: Single-band router uses the 2.4GHz band and is limited to one wireless signal.
Secondly, a Dual Band router supports both bands (2.4GHz and 5GHz) and provides faster speed and flexibility. Therefore, the dual-band router avoids connection issues or interferences and offers more stability. The dual-band can also reach a signal up to 100x the wireless bandwidth,
Finally. A Dual Band router has a longer range and better signal strength, and despite the broadcasting on two different bands, it is capable of switching automatically when needed. Due to its strong signal, the dual-band router is suitable for online high-resolution gaming, video streaming, and high-resolution audio.
|Dual-Band 5G ONU Router||Rs. 2,500/-|
TERMS & CONDITIONS:
- Each of the aforementioned prices is subjected to 13% VAT.
- 3 months warranty is provided on manufacturing defects only.
- The device will be in the ownership of Classic Tech Pvt. Ltd. In case of an upgrade from the existing ONU, the deposit of the previous ONU will be transferred to the new Dual Band ONU installed automatically.
Dual Band ONU Provides 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz dual-band wireless signals which support the 802.11a/b/g/n/ac wireless network. Dual-band WiFi belongs to the fifth generation WiFi transmission technology (5GWi-Fi).
The dual-band WiFi refers to the wireless signal that supports two different bands at the same time. These two bands are 2.4 and 5 G respectively.
At present, most wireless products adopt single-frequency 2.4G WiFi wireless transmission, such as a wireless mouse, keyboard, USB wireless network card, ordinary wireless router, and so on. Only high-end smart devices support dual-band WiFi technology, such as "some ONU, some mobile phones, tablets, high-end wireless routers" and so on
The 2.4G band signal has relatively good penetration and a relatively long coverage distance. But there are too many devices with 2.4G. At present, in the family environment, the average number of 2.4GAPs (Wireless Access Point) that a family can search around has exceeded 5. The environment of 2.4G is becoming more and more noisy and disturbing.
Why is 5G WiFi more stable and faster than 2.4G WiFi? The 2.4G only provides three channels signal which does not interfere with each other. 5G can provide 22 channels signals. On another point, there are only a few devices with 5G WiFi signals. So, 5G channels are clean and faster. In the case of transmitting the same amount of data, 5G will save electricity and have a better user experience.
Dual Band WiFi ONU can support both 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequency at the same time. Dual-band WiFi ONU has both advantages of 2.4G and 5G, which not only provide good penetration and relatively long coverage distance 2.4G WiFi signal but also provide clean and much faster 5G WiFi signal.
If the Package is above 100 Mbps we suggest you use Dual Band ONU because single band 2.4Ghz ONU accepts only up to 100-125 Mbps speed. And also, for better performance of the internet such as uninterrupted Video calling, Online classes, Online Gaming, etc.
Your gadgets must support Wireless 802.11 ac. But Dual Band provides 2.4Ghz also so that you can connect to it.
Wi-Fi 6 is the next generation of Wi-Fi. It still works the same allowing you to connect to the internet, but with just a bunch of additional technologies to make that happen more efficiently and speeding up connections in the process.
Wi-Fi 6 Technology is a substantial upgrade over previous generations and provides faster connection speeds, and Instead of just boosting the speed for individual devices, Wi-Fi 6 is all about improving the network when a bunch of devices is connected.
Two key technologies are speeding up Wi-Fi 6 connections:
- MU-MIMO: The technology allows a router to communicate with multiple devices at the same time, rather than broadcasting to one device, and then the next, and the next.
- OFDMA: It is a multi-user version of the OFDM digital-modulation technology. In Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax), OFDMA is one of the critical features to improve network performance.
Wi-Fi 6 Technology also,
- Supports target wake time (TWT). That allows an AP to manage activity in the Wi-Fi network. So with this feature, when the AP is not sending or receiving data they go into sleep mode.
- It also Overlapping Basic Service Sets (OBSS) is another Wi-Fi 6 feature that can help to improve network congestion.
- Focused Beams: Wi-Fi 6 can even focus its signal towards the location of a wireless device to improve speed and reliability.
- Bandwidth on 2.4GHz is 574 Mbps and Bandwidth on 5GHz is 2.4 Gbps
- IEEE 802.11ax standard
The short but incomplete answer: 9.6 Gbps. That’s up from 3.5 Gbps on Wi-Fi 5.
The real answer: both of those speeds are theoretical maximums that you’re unlikely to ever reach in real-world Wi-Fi use. And even if you could reach those speeds, it’s not clear that you’d need them.
That 9.6 Gbps doesn’t have to go to a single computer. It can be split up across a whole network of devices. That means more potential speed for each device.
Mesh WiFi is a whole home WiFi system built to get rid of dead corners and to provide uninterrupted WiFi services all over your home. Mesh routers enable devices in your network to have faster speeds, greater coverage, and a more reliable connection.
Classic Tech Offers Mesh WiFi for higher packages. Mesh WiFi is built for all types of homes specifically mid-size and large homes that have suffer from weak or incomplete WiFi coverage. Usually when you experience dead corners or slow WiFi, you might opt into a range extender but find that it doesn’t provide you with the fastest speeds or connectivity throughout your home.
Whereas Mesh WiFi routers are built to fully cover large homes up to 6,000 sq. ft., with two stories or more, interior brick walls, or an unusual layout. With more family members being home, a typical WiFi router will have issues with maintaining strong internet access to all devices like phones, computers, or TVs. With multiple Mesh nodes, everyone can easily connect more smart home devices simultaneously without slowing down your WiFi bandwidth.
You don’t have to signing into a new network every time you go upstairs and stay connected to a single sturdy network no matter where you are.
You can get a powerful and stable connection no matter where you are in your home. Because each mesh node piggybacks off the other nodes signal, you can get powerful WiFi whether you’re at the top of the stairs or the bottom of the basement.
You can access the whole system from the single Router. You don’t have to change in individual device for any update.
Automatically protects every wireless connection using advanced encryption, whether it’s between each Deco unit or between units and your WiFi devices.