What is 6G?
The 3G 4G and 5G each one of them is a different generations of wireless network each one has so much more power than the one before it.
The first-ever mobile phone was actually a 0G called mobile phone with a massive box of the receiver.
After 1G get introduced to the public where phone call services were possible even though those devices weighed about a half kilogram and it was totally wireless.
2G to the 2.4 kbps and make to 40 kbps which make it even faster which make phone having an extra option other than calling which is sending text (SMS).
3G has the capability of people to navigate the internet social media and similar services. The 4G provide connectivity to most phone and also allow streaming game, Netflix … 5G deploying worldwide in 2019, radio waves connect all 5G wireless devices in a cell to the Internet and telephone network via a local antenna in the cell. 5G speeds range from ~50 Mbit/s to over 1,000 Mbit/s.
So what is 6G then?
The 6th generation standard for wireless communications technology which is expected to 2030 will have the power of enabling cellular data networks is currently in development. 6G will unleash the full potential of mobile communications, computing, and control in a host of exciting applications, including smart cities, connected infrastructure, wearable computers, autonomous driving, UAVs, seamless virtual and augmented reality, the Internet of Things, space-air-ground integrated networks, and a lot more.
Cellular networks, in which the service area is divided into small geographical areas. Virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR) is likely to be supported in addition to current mobile use scenarios. It is expected that mobile network operators will adopt flexible decentralized business models for 6G.
Researchers expect 6G to have higher bandwidth, coverage, reliability, energy efficiency, lower latency, and, more importantly, an integrated
“human-centric” network system powered by artificial intelligence (AI)
There are a lot of predictions some are listed down there:
- AI infrastructure
- Support ( vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication)
- Faster and better wireless connectivity,
- Frequencies from 100 GHz to 3 THz,
- More powerful VR (Virtual reality) and AR (Augmented reality),
- Vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication,
- Intelligent robotics working in factories, and more.