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6G Network: Technical Lessons and Panelists Views and Predictions

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What is 6G technology and what will it be? 6G is the next generation of wireless technology that is expected to build upon the capabilities of 5G, which is the current generation of wireless technology. 6G is still in the early stages of development, so it is not yet clear exactly what it will be or what it will offer.


However, it is expected that 6G will provide even faster speeds and more reliable connections than 5G, with potentially even lower latency. It may also support a wider range of frequencies, including higher frequencies that can carry more data, as well as lower frequencies that can better penetrate solid objects.

Other potential features of 6G could include enhanced support for internet of things (IoT) devices, enhanced support for virtual and augmented reality (VR and AR) applications, and improved security and privacy. It is also possible that 6G will support new types of communication and applications that have not yet been imagined as can be seen from the above figure.

It is difficult to predict exactly when 6G technology will be available, as it will depend on the progress of research and development efforts, as well as the deployment of infrastructure. Some experts estimate that 6G may be available in the 2030s, while others believe it could take longer.

If you wonder about what are the main candidate technologies EXPECTED to be included in 6G, then that might be difficult to be sure about as of the time of writing this. It is still too early to say exactly what technologies will be used in 6G, as the standard is still in the development phase and has not yet been finalized. However, there are a number of technologies that are being researched and considered for inclusion in 6G. Some of the main candidate technologies for 6G include:

  • Millimeter wave technology: This technology uses high-frequency radio waves (in the millimeter range) to transmit data at very high speeds over short distances. It is expected to be a key component of 6G, as it can provide very high data rates and low latency.
  • Terahertz technology: This technology uses frequencies in the terahertz range (between microwave and infrared) to transmit data. It has the potential to offer very high data rates, but it is currently limited by the lack of practical devices that can operate at these frequencies.
  • Massive MIMO (multiple input, multiple output): This technology uses a large number of antennas at the transmitter and receiver to improve the capacity and coverage of a wireless network. It is expected to be a key component of 6G, as it can support a large number of devices and provide high data rates.
  • Network slicing: This technology allows a single physical network to be divided into multiple virtual networks, each with its own set of resources and characteristics. It is expected to be important in 6G, as it can enable different types of services and applications to be supported on the same network.
  • Artificial intelligence and machine learning: These technologies are expected to play a significant role in 6G, as they can be used to optimize and improve the performance of the network and enable new types of services and applications.

These are just a few examples of the technologies that are being considered for 6G. It is likely that the final 6G standard will involve a combination of these and other technologies, and it is possible that new technologies will be developed as the standard evolves. This course contains all the video recording of 6G Network Symposium, which includes all the Sessions and Panelists Views and Predictions

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6G Panelists discussions, predictions, and expert views
6G Panelists discussions, predictions, and expert views

  • Opening Keynote 6G Session
  • The Next G Society: Can We Get What We Want?
  • Access All Areas? Future of the RAN
  • The Next G Experience
  • Building Blocks of the Experience: Research
  • Building Blocks Of The Experience: Spectrum and Testbeds
  • The Convergence Of Computing & Communications
  • What Should We Do With Intelligent Networks?
  • Next G Technology – The Air Interface (Part 1)
  • Next G Technology – The Air Interface (Part 2)
  • Supporting Industry Sectors: The Impact on the Core & Service Layer

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A. Gates
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