10 things you need to know about MU-MIMO Wi-Fi

10 things you need to know about MU-MIMO Wi-Fi

Multi-user MIMO allows multiple Wi-Fi devices to simultaneously receive multiple data streams. For example, a wireless access point (AP) can send data to four different Wi-Fi devices at the same time. MU-MIMO can greatly increase the network’s throughput and is a real asset for high density networks.

If you aren’t familiar, MIMO stands for multiple input multiple output. The technology has evolved over the years since the debut of the single-user mode (SU-MIMO), which was introduced a decade ago with the 802.11n wireless standard.

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