Samsung has started developing 6G Technology that will be 50 times faster than 5G

 

Samsung has started developing 6G Technology that will be 50 times faster than 5G

These days, "white paper" documents have appeared, according to which the South Korean electronic giant has started developing new 6G technology.


This is nothing new. Namely, 6G technology has been talked about for some time, although in many countries not even 5G has come to life. There is no "real" 5G in Croatia either, but it is currently a "derivative" of 4G networks, so that we don't drown you in technology now. But the story around 6G will undoubtedly revolve around 2030, by which time this technology could already be introduced in some countries. But in the technological world, a period of 5 or more years is an eternity… :)network , not to drown you in technology now. But the story around 6G will undoubtedly revolve around 2030, by which time this technology could already be introduced in some countries. But in the technological world, a period of 5 or more years is an eternity… :)


The documents appeared under the title "6G Spectrum: Expanding the Frontier", and as Sunghyun Choi (Samsung's executive vice president and head of the Center for Advanced Communications Research) mentions, they have started to develop 6G technology and want to be a leader in this field.as mentioned by Sunghyun Choi (Samsung’s executive vice president and head of the Center for Advanced Communications Research) have embarked on the development of 6G technology and want to be a leader in the field.


There will be a lot of work here, as 6G networks require an ultra-wideband spectrum from hundreds of MHz to tens of GHz. This could enable the development of many new virtual technologies such as. holograms on mobile devices, something you’ve been able to see on some SF series like “Expanse” which I definitely recommend watching. Samsung will also focus on better coverage of the 6G standard, which will require a significantly higher number of base stations that will emit a network signal - from low band below 1GHz to midband in the 1-24GHz band and high bandwidth in the 24-300GHz band. .networks require an ultra-wideband spectrum from hundreds of MHz to tens of GHz. This could enable the development of many new virtual technologies such as. holograms on mobile devices, something you could see on some SF series like “Expanse” which I definitely recommend watching. Samsung will also focus on better coverage of the 6G standard, which will require a significantly higher number of base stations that will emit a network signal - from low band below 1GHz to midband in the 1-24GHz band and high bandwidth in the 24-300GHz band. .


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There will be a lot more stories about 6G networks in the coming years, you don't have to doubt that… :)a lot of stories about 6G networks in the coming years, you don't have to doubt it… :)


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