The Wi-Fi blackspot problem inside the home has been largely solved by Wi-Fi 6 mesh access points that allocate some of their wireless bandwidth to establish connectivity between mesh network nodes, thus extending the reach of the wireless local area network (WLAN). While this works well in many domestic situations, and for some small offices, it’s not nearly a perfect solution.
Michael De Nil
Michael De Nil is CEO, Co-founder and a Board Member of Morse Micro. He played a key role in the digital chip development of the 802.11 Wi-Fi chips found in most modern smart phones and had 10 years of experience in low-power digital IC design at Imec and Broadcom before founding Morse Micro.