5G is good, but LG has already moved to… 6G! Successful data transmission experiment with breathtaking speeds!

Can the telecommunications providers to be in the phase where they attempt to “condense” them 5G networks and improve their capabilities, nevertheless the high-tech companies dealing with their part infrastructure they already have their eyes on the future and on 6G! Specifically, recently LG managed to successfully complete it experimental signal emission on the 6G spectrum, testing data transmission that touched 6G Terahertz. As it became known, this test took place in the city of Berlin and is an important step for the future possibility of spreading 6G networks in urban areas.

LG and its colleagues used a signal amplifier that performed in the 20dbM range at the frequency of 155 – 175GHz. In addition, an expert was used for the test noise reduction amplifier, so as to improve the quality of the signal. According to his statements Dr. Kim Byoung-hoon, CTO and EVP of LG Electronics: “With the successful demonstration of the capabilities of 6G we are one step closer to achieving speeds of up to 1 terabit (TB) per second, both indoors and outdoors located in the urban fabric. We are confident that 6G will be a catalyst for the businesses of the future, while offering new experiences to users, and surely LG could not help but be at the forefront of telecommunications evolution.».

Comparing 5G which has recently started to gain mainstream status6G is expected to be a huge jumpoffering 50 times more data transmissionwhile at the same time it will reduce the latency against 10 times, providing even greater reliability. To understand the size difference a good speed from one provider amounts to 3 to 5 Gbps. Of course, it is good at this point to… we land on earth, as it still is too early let’s talk about 6G. From 2025 onwards, the development of the first ones is expected to begin 6G infrastructure, while commercial exploitation and use expected sometime within 2029.


Source: Digital Life! by www.digitallife.gr.

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