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Why is WI-FI slow? Jun 01, 2018

I believe you have also experienced the same Wi-Fi network with your friends. He can play online games smoothly and you are slow. Even if you are in the same Wi-Fi environment, there may be differences in the speed and signal strength of different mobile phones that connect to Wi-Fi. And do you know the reasons for this phenomenon?

Two-way Wi-Fi (2x2 Wi-Fi) Check it out

The research report shows that only 36% of surveyed users have heard of dual-channel Wi-Fi (2x2 Wi-Fi) technology. You may not know that this technology, which sounds unfamiliar, often plays a crucial role in the Wi-Fi connection experience of mobile phones.

At the beginning of the development of the mobile phone industry, all mobile phone products were limited by their design capabilities and were able to carry only one antenna and transmit data through a single data channel. This is called single-channel Wi-Fi (1x1 Wi-Fi) technology. Only one single data signal transmission, single-channel Wi-Fi is fully capable of handling.

However, once the data source increases and the data volume increases, it will cause “single traffic” for single-channel Wi-Fi. The phenomenon of delay, buffering, and staving occurs on mobile phones. In extreme cases, there may even be Wi-Fi disconnects.

Dual Wi-Fi (2x2 Wi-Fi) adds an antenna to a single Wi-Fi. Through the joint action of two antennas, data can be transmitted and received in both directions, which greatly improves the data throughput and the range of the received signal of the Wi-Fi signal connected to the mobile phone. This ensures a more stable connection on the mobile phone, faster download speeds, and significantly reduced network delays to avoid “traffic jams”.

With the dual-channel Wi-Fi (2x2 Wi-Fi) blessings, most of the entanglement and jealousy encountered in life can be easily solved. Such as the company's Wi-Fi Turtle speed loaded as a large WeChat attachment, such as brushing the toilet in the fool and then inexplicably converted to 4G signal, or perhaps the bedroom when playing games suddenly "connected disconnected trying to reconnect the game" ... ...

Dual-channel Wi-Fi (2x2 Wi-Fi) has a wider range of signal reception due to the presence of dual antennas and can avoid signal dead zones. Similarly, the advantages of dual antennas achieve greater data throughput and improve Wi-Fi signals. Weak, slow and other issues.

So, the next time your phone has a slow WI-FI problem, don't always go to your router. Maybe the problem is on your own mobile phone (does not support dual-channel Wi-Fi).

What are the advantages of dual-channel Wi-Fi (2x2 Wi-Fi)?

Well, seeing what you already know here is the dual-channel Wi-Fi (2x2 Wi-Fi), but what are its advantages? How much better is it compared to single Wi-Fi? The comparison test results for dual-channel Wi-Fi and single-channel Wi-Fi are as follows:

In the same Wi-Fi environment, the performance difference between single-channel Wi-Fi and dual-channel Wi-Fi is compared by testing video streaming, web browsing, and game download. The test results show that all mobile phones supporting dual-channel Wi-Fi can complete the test in a shorter time. Of these, game download testing is the most obvious. It takes 51 seconds to complete the download of a single Wi-Fi phone, and it takes only 30 seconds for a dual-channel Wi-Fi phone.

From this we can see that the experience of dual-channel Wi-Fi compared to single-channel Wi-Fi is very obvious. More than 91% of respondents believe that the speed of single-channel Wi-Fi needs to be faster. It can be seen that single-channel Wi-Fi can no longer meet the needs of consumers, and more than 74% of consumers express the speed of dual-channel Wi-Fi. Recognition shows that the great advantage of dual-channel Wi-Fi is exactly what consumers need today.

Consumers are willing to pay for high quality Wi-Fi connections

The rapid development of the mobile Internet, followed by the high demand of consumers for traffic, but because the flow of fees has not dropped to the appropriate range, Wi-Fi is still irreplaceable for consumers.

Whether it's Twitter or playing games, the current single-channel Wi-Fi is not satisfactory. The former imposes higher requirements on the speed of Wi-Fi. The latter also needs to maintain the stability of Wi-Fi signals. The -Fi experience is an urgent need for consumers.

WI-FI is slow? Mobile phone is not power, router lying gun

In comparison, dual-channel Wi-Fi (2x2 Wi-Fi) not only brings fast speed and more stable signals, but also has a wider coverage, which can meet the needs of consumers at this stage.

The research report shows that more than 70% of consumers have affirmed the connection performance of dual-channel Wi-Fi, and more than 97% of consumers are willing to pay about RMB 200 for this technology. Thus, dual-channel Wi-Fi can be seen. The technology has a very broad market prospect to meet the needs of consumers.

What are the products that support dual-channel Wi-Fi at this stage?

At present, Qualcomm's mid- to high-end mobile platforms (including Xiaolong 845, Xiaolong 710, Xiaolong 660 mobile platforms, etc.) have already supported dual-channel Wi-Fi (2x2 Wi-Fi) technology. The newly released Xiaomi 8 SE is equipped with a Xiaolong 710 quasi-flagship processor, the same architecture as the Xiaolong 8 series processor, and the 10nm process technology. Compared to the Xiaolong 660, the performance is improved by 20%, the power consumption is reduced by 40%, and the AI computing capacity is improved by 2 Times.

Some well-known mobile phone brands are equipped with the Xiaolong 845 mobile platform, while the Xiaolong 845 is the top mobile platform of the current Android camp. Its performance is beyond doubt. Coupled with the support of dual-channel Wi-Fi (2x2 Wi-Fi) technology, mobile phones have faster, more stable, and stronger signal Wi-Fi connection performance, which will benefit various Wi-Fi connection requirements in daily life. .

While data traffic is still expensive, Wi-Fi is still the first choice for consumers to connect to the Internet.

Dual-channel Wi-Fi is superior to single-channel Wi-Fi in terms of transmission speed, connection stability, and signal coverage. As the overall smartphone market shifts to the goal of “improving the user experience”, it can be foreseen that dual-channel Wi-Fi will become the standard for future mobile phones. After all, in this rushing era, no one wants to slow down.