Sharp announced a mobile router Wi-Fi STATION SH-54C and the home router home 5G HR02 that support 5G. The maximum data communication speed is about 4.2 Gbps when receiving and about 218 Mbps when sending.
The "Wi-Fi STATION SH-54C" has a Sub6 and a millimeter wave antenna. It supports 5GSA and enables high-speed data communication with a maximum of about 4.9 Gbps when receiving and a maximum of about 1.1 Gbps when sending. In addition, it supports Wi-Fi 6, a high-speed communication standard for wireless LAN, allowing for consistent connectivity despite the addition of additional terminals.In addition, the accompanying USB-Ether conversion adapter can be used for a wired LAN connection, and USB tethering is also supported (USB3.2 Gen 1). There are roughly 4,000 mAh in the battery, a 2.4-inch QVGA (320 x 240 dot) screen, and 16 wireless and 1 wired connections at once.
An outlet is all that is needed to power the "home 5G HR02," a 5G home router that can set up a Wi-Fi network. Sub6 is supported by the 5G frequency range, allowing for data transfer speeds of up to 4.2 Gbps while receiving and 218 Mbps when transmitting. Wi-Fi 6 is used for wireless LAN, whereas Gigabit LAN x 1 and 2.5 Gigabit LAN x 1 are used for wired LAN.
There is a maximum of 64 Wi-Fi connections and 2 wired ones, and you may use the quick-connect features like WPS and QR codes. Wi-Fi EasyMesh, a mesh networking technology, is also supported.