TP-link has been manufacturing network equipment and other products for a long time. The company launched its latest dual-band AX5400 gigabit Wi-Fi 6 router, called Archer AX73. The router supports data speeds of up to 5400 Mbps for fast browsing, streaming and downloading various content at the same time.
Support for Wi-Fi 6 gives the router the superior structure of 4T4R and HE160 in the five gigahertz band, allowing for 4.8 Gbps connectivity. HE160 technology doubles the bandwidth, while the router supports six simultaneous streams. TP-link says that the typical Wi-Fi 5 router only supports speeds of up to 2,033 Mbps compared to Archer’s 5378 Mbps.
The router supports more than 200 devices connected simultaneously with MU-MIMO and OFDMA, reducing network congestion and multiplying the average throughput of the system by a factor of four. OFDMA allows different devices to share a stream to increase efficiency. MU-MIMO transmits data to different devices simultaneously using multiple streams.
The Archer AX73 can offer wide coverage of homes and offices with six antennas and has Beamforming to ensure wide coverage. HomeShield is a premium security service package designed to keep your home network secure with network and IoT protection features. TP-Link designed the Archer AX73 with enhanced ventilation areas to reduce heat and keep the system operating efficiently.
A single integrated USB 3.0 port allows media sharing and building private cloud storage networks. Users can configure the router in minutes using the TP-link Tether application. TP-link warns that the router may not support all mandatory features ratified in Draft 3.0 of the IEEE 802.11ax specification. The router is now available on Amazon for $ 199.99.