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Wi-Fi HaLow - Long Range Wi-Fi for Last Mile Connectivity

Phillip Kumin  (SVP of WW Sales and Marketing, Morse Micro)

Warwick Clancy  (Chief Operating Officer, Zetifi)

Location: W230C

Date: Monday, March 25

Time: 5:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Track: In-Building Wireless, First Responder Communications

Topic: Backhaul, Broadband, Cloud Connectivity, FirstNet, IoT, LMR, P25, Private Networks, PTT, SCADA, Video

Format: Power Session

Vault Recording: TBD

Wi-Fi HaLow (IEEE 802.11ah) is a new low-power, long-range Wi-Fi standard. This session explains how Wi-Fi HaLow is enabling long-range Wi-Fi for last-mile connectivity. Operating in the license-exempt sub-1GHz range, it allows devices to connect at up to ten times the range of traditional Wi-Fi – making it suited for both indoor and outdoor scenarios such as IoT, home and industrial automation, smart agriculture, smart cities, smart buildings, warehouses, retail stores, campuses and more.

In this session, you will gain valuable insights behind this technology as they explain some of the common issues and opportunities around Wi-Fi HaLow.

- Common challenges for wireless last-mile connectivity
- How Wi-Fi HaLow solves these challenges
- Wi-Fi HaLow's advantages in various use cases
- How Wi-Fi HaLow can extend last-mile connectivity for critical communications