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MU-MIMO support
MU-MIMO support
2022-11-07 10:14:17 - last edited 2022-11-10 18:22:00

Hello,

 

I want to clarify some information before buying an Archer router. Does Archer AXE75 or Archer AX75 have MU-MIMO technology?  Archer AX73 model has MU-MIMO technology, also the option to turn it on/off. There are no emulators for Archer AXE75 or Archer AX75 and it will be good if there will be added.

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2022-11-08 06:59:27 - last edited 2022-11-10 18:22:00

@Aleksandre 

 

AXE75 and AX75 should both support MU-MIMO. Check Kevin's reply here.

 

However, an MU-MIMO router could come in 2x2, 3x3, 4x4 variations, and even 8x8, which refer to the number of streams that are created by the router. Both AXE75 and AX75 come with 2x2 for each frequency as per their specifications (6 streams in total), each frequency may communicate with 1 or 2 devices simultaneously since most phones, laptops, and game consoles are usually 1x1 or 2x2. You will definitely benefit more by allocating devices to different frequencies, connecting those support 6G frequency to the 6G network, and connecting those support 5G to the 5G network, leaving those that only support 2.4G to stay with the 2.4G network.

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2022-11-08 06:59:27 - last edited 2022-11-10 18:22:00

@Aleksandre 

 

AXE75 and AX75 should both support MU-MIMO. Check Kevin's reply here.

 

However, an MU-MIMO router could come in 2x2, 3x3, 4x4 variations, and even 8x8, which refer to the number of streams that are created by the router. Both AXE75 and AX75 come with 2x2 for each frequency as per their specifications (6 streams in total), each frequency may communicate with 1 or 2 devices simultaneously since most phones, laptops, and game consoles are usually 1x1 or 2x2. You will definitely benefit more by allocating devices to different frequencies, connecting those support 6G frequency to the 6G network, and connecting those support 5G to the 5G network, leaving those that only support 2.4G to stay with the 2.4G network.

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2022-11-09 20:06:22

  @Liverpool20 

 

Thank you for your response and detailed information.

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