Announcement: Simplify Wi-Fi naming rules from 802.11n/ac/ax to Wi-Fi 4/5/6


The IEEE standard is precise and handy for professionals and experienced users; however, casual users may not understand it as clearly as we expected. For the purpose of avoiding buyers selecting the wrong devices, Wi-Fi Alliance and its members announced that they will use generation names instead of letters. 

 To help users better understand the features of the product and choose the right Wi-Fi devices, Edimax products applied the new Wi-Fi naming rules listed below.

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Wi-Fi Names and Performance
Naming Performance
 New Name IEEE Standard Speed 2.5GHz + 5GHz Product Category
Wi-Fi 4 802.11n 150 Mbps (N150) Router
Access Point
Wi-Fi Adapter
ADSL Modern Routers 
Air Box
Smart Plug
Network Cameras
300 Mbps (N300) Router 
Edimax Pro Access Point
Range Extender
Wi-Fi Adapter
Wi-Fi Bridge
PowerLine
ADSL Modern Routers 
Access Point
450 Mbps (N450) Router
Access Point
600 Mbps (N600) Wi-Fi Bridge
Wi-Fi 5 802.11ac 433 Mbps (5GHz only) (AC450) Access Point
150 Mbps + 433 Mbps (AC600)  Router    
Wi-Fi Adapter
300 Mbps + 433 Mbps (AC750) Router         
Access Point
Range Extender
866 Mbps (5GHz only) (AC900) Edimax Pro Access Point
300 Mbps + 867 Mbps (AC1200) Router  
Access Point
Edimax Pro Access Point
Range Extender
Wi-Fi Adapter
400 Mbps + 867 Mbps (AC1300) Edimax Pro Access Point
Edimax Pro Office 1-2-3  Access Point
450 Mbps + 1300 Mbps (AC1750) Edimax Pro Access Point
Wi-Fi Adapter
800 Mbps + 1733Mbps (AC2600) Router  
Range Extender
Wi-Fi 6 802.11ax The 802.11ax standard is still under development.