Telecom Member On Friday, Omar Malik did lead a meeting at the Ministry of IT and Telecom to talk about how Pakistan can use Wi-Fi 6E technology.
At the meeting of the IT ministry and Telecom, people are talking about how to use the new 6E band indoor/outdoor Wi-Fi devices and technology in Pakistan.
Director General Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) Strategy and Development Mudassar Naveed, Director Frequency Allocation Board, Director General Wireless Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunications (MoITT), Director Pakistan Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO/PAKSAT), and other government officials are more.
The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) has already did take the initiative to speed up the dispersion of Wi-Fi 6E technology. Make sure it fits smoothly into the country’s growing tech ecosystem.
Whether or not the typical home router or outdoor Wi-Fi device connects to fiber optics. The current Wi-Fi technology for end users creates a latency and capacity showstopper for the inclusion of next-generation technologies like AR, VR, and industrial. Domestic robots, Metaverse, and the widespread adoption of ultra-low latency gaming and animation industry business cases.
When the Wi-Fi 6E standard is in use, it will make it easier for Pakistan to use cutting-edge technologies that run on an unlicensed, open spectrum. Wi-Fi 6E needs new hardware to send and receive signals.
In Pakistan, the Internet of Things now does establish so that agritech is sometimes widely can use. Smart homes, safe cities, disaster management, industrial automation, remote sensing, and also lighthouse networks are in the interest of new enterprises and small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs).