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How to use the Windows 11 Wi-Fi Dual station

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  • Qualcomm and Valve have entered into a collaboration to improve latency in gaming.

  • The Wi-Fi Dual Station utilizes two streams to deliver a higher gaming experience.

  • Users need to upgrade to Windows 11 and have the Qualcomm chip.

If there is something all gamers can agree on is that  lag kills the mood of the game. Sometimes it can be due to packet loss or other internet connection issues. If you have experienced any of these issues before, there is some good news for you. Wi-Fi Dual Station is a new Windows 11 feature that is a development from a Valve and Qualcomm collaboration.

It reduces latency up to four times more compared to existing connections.

Windows 11 has features that promise to give gamers an exciting experience and improve performance. Features such as AutoHDR and DirectStorage are just some of the top features. However, their appetite for RAM could make users hold off on upgrading to Windows 11.

All these issues seem to have a solution with Wi-Fi Dual Station. Its addition to the OS could help enhance performance of Wi-Fi gaming on laptops.

So, how does it work?

How to use Wi-Fi Dual Station

The feature works by sending similar data across two different Wi-Fi 6 bands.

  1. You will need a Qualcomm FastConnect 6900 Wi-Fi chip

The Wi-Fi Dual Station will only work and make its way to Windows 11 gaming PCs because it supports Wi-Fi 6 , the fastest available Wi-Fi speeds in the industry. This will allow the devices to use the 6 GHz frequency as other frequencies will be occupied by other devices. The Wi-Fi 6 expands the Wi-Fi capacity and doubles the pathway for sending and receiving data.

  1. You will need a Windows 11 supported device

The integration between game server, game, router and device needs to support Wi-Fi Dual Station which at present is only Windows 11 supported devices. The Wi-Fi Dual Station utilizes your networks 2.4 and 5GHz bands to provide ethernet-like capabilities on a wireless connection to improve gaming performance.

Will you be trying the Wi-Fi Dual Station in gaming? Let us know in the comment section.

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