Wi-Fi 6 is here! Offering faster speeds and greater capacity, the latest version of Wi-Fi provides a wireless solution that supports the needs of consumers who expect a great connection 24/7/365. To proactively deal with common consumer problems tied to Wi-Fi 6 usage, operators and suppliers need to test wireless devices in real-world situations before deployment.
In the first blog post in this series, we explained the value of using a test house and the equipment used to build confidence around Wi-Fi 6 device performance. This time around, we dive into the tests that should be completed at a test house to thoroughly vet any Wi-Fi 6 device and what those tests will explain once completed.
What types of tests should a test house accommodate?
A test house should offer a wide range of tests—from very basic to more advanced, along with multiple customization options.
5 Vital Test House Tests for Wi-Fi 6 Capable Devices:
At Kyrio, we’re here to support operators’ and suppliers’ testing needs. Our best-in-class 5,000-square-foot test house facility in Brighton, Colorado, USA is fully equipped to provide a wide variety of tests.
When planning for device testing at our test house, Kyrio’s experienced engineering team will delineate the test plan and procedures, catering it to your specific needs, or partner with your team to develop a custom test plan. Once testing is completed out our test house, operators and suppliers will not only receive raw test data but will also receive a detailed report with comprehensive analysis to gain insights including operational considerations. This analysis can help operators and suppliers expose technical, interoperability and operational issues before Wi-Fi 6 device deployment.