Can someone who has the technical know-how of answering my question about MU-MIMO & Beamforming.
With the current 802.11ax wifi6 router available in the market, MU-MIMO is the standard feature.
Does it mean, having MU-MIMO in the router supports Beamforming technology, without explicitly mentioning it?
I am looking at the the specification of the Xiaomi Redmi AX6 router (see the link below)
Redmi AX6: https://xiaomi-mi.com/wifi-routers/redmi-ax6-router/
Redmi AX6: https://www.gearbest.com/wireless-routers/pp_3006146441862157.htm
Redmi AX6: https://www.androidpimp.com/best-deals/xiaomi-redmi-ax6-wireless-router/#2-hardware
The specification shown on the above link, does not mention explicitly anything about supporting Beamforming
So, does it means that if Beamforming is not advertised/stated in the specification, that means the router
does not support it? Or by default when MU-MIMO is used, that means Beamforming is already part of
Let's compare to its Xiaomi flagship router model, Xiaomi AX3600 router it does mention that the router support Beamforming.
Both models, are using the same chipset: Qualcomm IPQ8071A
Therefore, can I assume Xiaomi Redmi AX6 router does support beamforming,
since it is part of MU-MIMO standard feature in a Wifi 6 router?