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Do Samsung Devices

Have Better WiFi?

Do Samsung Devices Have Better WiFi?

Posted on February 2, 2017

Life can become extremely frustrating when your WiFi connection is outrageously slow or has spotty coverage in your location. This is especially the case if you are making an important call, searching for essential information on the web, or, let’s face it, using your phone in any way.

Samsung prides itself on being the world’s industry leader in mobile devices. Connectivity is one of their priorities. With that in mind, let’s examine the patented technologies Samsung uses in their WiFi solution and find out for sure if Samsung devices have better WiFi.

Neutralizes Architecture Undermining Your Coverage

Has your phone ever stopped working for you when you encounter concrete walls, steel beams, and the like? The good news is Samsung has a solution for this through their Self-organizing networks and Intelligent Beam Selectable Antenna. Together, these technologies neutralize the interfering features of surrounding architecture and ensure your connection remains strong. Self-organizing networks will optimize your configurations and coverage automatically to meet your location’s requirements and layout. This is great for reducing the time and cost related to designing a WLAN.

The Intelligent Beam Selectable Antenna, on the other hand, uses a total of 15 antennas in each access point to minimize the number (and size) of potential dead zones. This extends your service coverage and reaches a receiving sensitivity that is 2 decibels higher than the competition.

Provides Cellular Experience

Many who provide WiFi do not also provide their customers with smartphones and the mobile infrastructure that must accompany the devices. This is not the case with Samsung. Many mobile operators use Samsung’s WiFi solutions to launch services, notably Voice over LTE and ensure all WiFi calls have a seamless handoff.

Voice Aware Traffic Scheduling

Samsung’s patented Voice Aware Traffic Scheduling (VaTS) uses time-tested traffic scheduling techniques to send voice frames to multiple devices as efficiently as possible. This technology makes sure the quality of the voice frames do not decrease as the number of simultaneous calls increase.

Features Built-In Security

Another feature that enhances Samsung’s WiFi solutions is the built-in security, which also increases your peace of mind. Samsung APs have a RF monitoring chip embedded in addition to the RF service chip, dedicated solely for security purposes. This provides you with continuous monitoring in real-time and lowers the cost of the customer’s total WLAN budget by reducing the need for other security equipment.

Equalizes Your Airtime

Many people and companies will use more than one device over the same WLAN network. To ensure everyone gets what they need from their connection when they need it, Samsung offers AirEqualizer, which works to ensure every device receives an equal amount of airtime, thus optimizing the WiFi connection. No waiting times or favouritism here!

Implementing Forward-Thinking Architecture

As there are always new applications emerging and advances in technology, Samsung has placed themselves in a position to work in a forward-thinking manner with their Series 400 Aps. These accommodate the new applications and their requirements, including the popular Internet of Things. This helps extend the service life of WLAN connections and enables the connection owners to increase their productivity, efficiency, and safety.

With all these technologies in mind, we will leave it to you. Do Samsung devices have better WiFi?