Way back in time, when the Wi-Fi first came to existence, there two variants of it: 802.11a and 802.11b. From the perspective of a consumer, there wasn’t much difference between the two. The devices that were based on the 802.11 b were comparatively less extravagant and widely available compared to the 802.11a. Due to this reason, the b variants of WI-Fi turned out to be much more popular than its counterpart. Now, the 802.11 b operates in the spectrum of a 2.4 GHz variant. However, nowadays this spectrum is getting a bit too crowded and so, in order to address the digital sound that comes along with the device, the 5 GHZ W-FI is a making a much needed comeback. Our Jammer-Store want to tell your about a difference between 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz WiFi below.

 

What are the limitations of the 2.4 GHz spectrum?

 

Well, the most common and major limitation of the 2.4 GHz spectrum is its interference. This interference is accelerated with greater amount of traffic, network cards and also access points.

 

Another major limitation of the 2.4 GHz Spectrum is that, its frequency is also used by various cordless phones and microwaves which add to the interference and unwanted noise. In fact, due to these reasons, 5 GHz spectrums are tad more popular, than the 2.4 GHz ones. Also the 2.4 GHz WiFi can be easy hacked.

 

What are the benefits of using a 5 GHz W-FI?

 

Well, the most remarkable feature of the 5GHz is simply the fact that it has a much more reduced noise level compared to the 2 GHz one. Here, the users can enjoy faster rates of data and much lesser disconnects. This sums in for an enthralling experience to all the users.

 

Bluetooth and various other wireless devices will definitely not bother you in the viable 5GHZ spectrum. So, there’s lesser interference and a better performance on the go. Microwaves too do not operate in the 5 GHz spectrum, so the source of noise from it is also eliminated.

 

With a proper and compatible router, your Smartphone or tablet will work way better in the 5 GHz platform.  This spectrum will have a strong signal and also a quicker throughput. So, lesser power will be required to operate your device. In fact, your device’s signals will easily reach above the noise floor due to this well featured platform. This in turn will offer a better and much more commendable battery life of your device.

 

All of your devices will definitely not work in the 5 GHz platform. However, the ones still working in the 2.4 GHz spectrum will have a comparatively better performance because it will be offloading the excess traffic from your network.

 

The most remarkable feature of the 5 GHz signal is simply the fact, that it offers a better and faster speed. So, you can enjoy the most unfaltering experience of using your device with this well featured platform.

 

Again, you are also offered a better and way more distinct signal than the 2.4 GHz variant. So, using a device equipped with the 5 GHz variant can offer you a pretty more commendable performance from ir. AS an addendum, there are also absolutely nil non overlapping channels.

 

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