6G prospects revealed: 1 Tbps speed and revolution in technological progress


The fifth generation network had not yet had time to really “unfold”, as many countries had already started talking about the prospects of 6G. So, a scientist from the University of Sydney, Mahyar Shirvanimogaddam, suggests that the data transfer rate in the future communication standard can reach phenomenal 1Tbit / s.


At the same time, the specialist emphasizes that the network of the sixth generation will open fundamentally new perspectives for humanity and will produce the real technical revolution. So, if 5G allows you to implement projects related to the Internet of things and unmanned vehicles, then thanks to the following standard, high integration of technology and the human brain will be achieved.

According to expert estimates, the speed voiced by Australian scientists will allow you to download high-quality video lasting 142 hours in just 1 second.

It is worth noting that on the way to implementing an ambitious project there are many obstacles that engineers still have to overcome. In particular, it is necessary to solve the problem of high heating of equipment and radically change the computer architecture.

However, Japan, apparently, already has thoughts on this subject. In late January, it became known that the Land of the Rising Sun plans to launch a new communication standard by the end of the current decade.
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  1. NordUral Offline NordUral
    NordUral (Eugene) 5 February 2020 13: 45
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    In short, we will not need any gadgets soon. Everything will be broadcast directly to the head. It’s wonderful, though happiness will not last long. With each generation of these Gs, the signal will be stronger and closer to these very heads. We pop the heads into the jaws of the microwave.
  2. steelmaker Offline steelmaker
    steelmaker 8 February 2020 11: 05
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    The new mobile network would not be new if it were not fundamentally different from the existing ones. One of the fundamental differences is that 5G operates in a different range of radio frequencies in order to achieve goals that 4G cannot handle.

    The radio spectrum is divided into bands whose characteristics change with increasing frequency. 4G operates at frequencies below 6 GHz, while 5G uses extremely high frequencies in the range from 30 GHz to 300 GHz.
    High frequencies have their drawbacks. Extremely high frequencies transmit a signal within the line of sight between the antenna and the receiver. Moreover, the radio waves of this range strongly attenuate when transmitted over long distances, because their energy is absorbed by hydrometeors (rain, fog, snow) and other objects.

    For these reasons, the location of antennas in 5G networks must be carefully planned. Perhaps they will be small antennas in each room or building, or large ones located throughout the city. Maybe even both of these types. Most likely, you will have to use many repeaters that transmit radio waves as far as possible in order to provide support for 5G over a long distance.

    Everyone must conclude whether he needs such radiation or not. According to available information, only Belgium at the state level has banned the installation of 5G.