Edgewater Tracks Gain Variation in OFDM Systems to Improve Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi spectrum slicing technology expert, Edgewater Wireless, is being granted a patent for its Method & Apparatus to Track Gain Variation in Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) Systems. Advances in Edgewater’s techniques enable Wi-Fi Network Slicing and wireless systems to deliver more effective, error-free reception and more efficient, data-rich transmission of signals.

Edgewater Wireless holds the key to the next generation of Wi-Fi - Spectrum Slicing. With Edgewater Wireless’ patented radio architecture, Wi-Fi infrastructure becomes ready for the global proliferation of Wi-Fi devices both, modern and legacy. With over 3-billion Wi-Fi enabled devices added over the last 12-months (WBA report), and ever more Wi-Fi enabled entertainment and IoT devices emerging, high-density Wi-Fi is everywhere and is slated to dominate the $12.9 billion Consumer (home) market (Transparency Market Research report).

IoT devices, set-top boxes, gaming consoles, security cameras and more are now all contending for Wi-Fi airtime. Edgewater’s patented approach to Wi-Fi is making airtime more highly available for all of these devices. The company’s patented approach and expertise will enable silicon manufacturers to implement Wi-Fi Spectrum Slicing on their platforms, dramatically reducing time to market for the next phase of residential Wi-Fi innovation -- high-density capacity management.

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