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China officially announced, after operating the fifth generation network in 50 cities in November, the development of the sixth generation network, but why do we need a new network as long as the fifth generation network is not yet operational in most of the world.
Although the deployment of the fifth generation (G5) is still at the beginning of its path and the largest network supplier “Huawei” has been banned for accusations of spying in America and Australia and the latter also banned the Chinese company ZTE for the same reasons. New Zealand also prevented “Huawei” from providing phones to the network but it did not Contracts with “Huawei” on the fifth generation are prohibited entirely and Britain, Canada, Japan, France and Germany are still studying its policy towards the network and may allow Huawei to provide some of its components with the network, in addition to that most mobile phone users are still continuing to work on the fourth generation network, announced A number of countries Work on the sixth generation technology (G6), including China, Japan, South Korea and Finland.
According to the site “NextGove” sixth generation technology must be characterized by unprecedented speeds, greater reliability, less waiting time and unparalleled technological applications, such as connected robots, fully autonomous systems for drones, and fast virtual reality simulation. While the fifth-generation network speed is up to 1 Gbps, the G6 will feature speeds of up to 1 TB per second.
Walid Saad, a professor of electrical and computer engineering at Virginia Tech University, says, “The development of the sixth generation will be the end of the smart phone era. There will only be technologies integrated in the glasses, helmets and virtual reality devices that communicate with your home.”
Thus the infrastructure will be able to communicate with each other and everything will be loaded with data with the features of artificial intelligence. Everything will work automatically when necessary and we will never need a controller. According to the site Venture Pete.
Mostly, the sixth-generation network will use the frequencies of millimeter waves from the radio spectrum, since the higher the spectrum frequencies, the greater the network’s ability to carry and transmit more data capacity.
It is expected that the new network will develop the digital economy, which in turn will become the main factor for the competitiveness of countries in the future.