ZTE Corp. (0763.HK / 000063.SZ) says it will use this week’s Broadband World Forum 2019 in Amsterdam to launch the ZXHN F680 V9 dual-gigabit home gateway. The gateway supports dual-band Wi-Fi with 1,000-mW equivalent isotropic radiated power (EIRP), which ZTE asserts is sufficient for full coverage for large homes while supporting fast, stable network access unhindered by signal loss from walls.
Powered by a ZTE-developed 1-GHz CPU and equipped with eight 3-dBi antennas and eight independent external signal amplifiers, the ZXHN F680 V9 gateway offers improved wireless coverage and wall penetration capacities. The gateway can support full coverage for large- and medium-sized homes ranging from 120 m2 to 200 m2, says ZTE. The gateway also can leverage the low-density parity-check algorithm for weak signal correction.
The gateway also features a 4x4@ 2.4 GHz+4x4@ 5 GHz Wi-Fi interface and four gigabit ports.
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