September 18 news, although the Electrical and Electronic Engineers Association (IEEE) has not officially approved the Wi-Fi 7 (802.11BE) specifications, products based on this technology have begun to be listed.
At present, Intel has launched its first Wi-Fi 7 controller and adapter, these products will be listed in various forms this year. Intel has listed two Wi-Fi 7 network cards on the official website: BE200 and BE202.


Both network cards support 2×2 TX / RX streams, support 2.4GHz, 5GHz, and 6GHz, and high network speeds can reach 5Gbps (Wi-Fi 7 theoretical high throughput reaching 46 GBPS). The 5.8 GBPS big data rate is still worse, but it has reached the rate of previous demonstrations.

In contrast, Intel’s current AX210 Wi-Fi 6E wireless network card speed can reach 2.4Gbps, and AX411 can reach 3Gbps.


In terms of differences, these two products seem to be different in the frequency band. One (160MHz) comments with BE202’s 6GHz frequency band support. In addition, Intel claims that the BE200 has passed the Wi-Fi 7 pre-certification, and the BE202 is not.


Both Intel’s BE200 and BE202 support PCIe and USB interfaces, which can be used for desktop motherboards and laptops.


As pointed out, the upcoming Gigabyte AORUS Z790 Master X motherboard (PCB version 1.2) will be pre -installed with BE200 network card. At the same time, other versions will use Qualcomm’s Wi-Fi 7 QCNCM865 (PCB version 1.0) and MediaTek’s Wi-Fi 7 MT7927, RZ738 (PCB version 1.1) network card.

Of course, if you want to use Wi-Fi 7, users also need to use routers and AP compatible with Wi-Fi 7, but most routers currently do not support 6GHz frequency bands.

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