South Korea-based LG and Germany-headquartered Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft have succeeded in the transmission and reception of wireless 6G Terahertz wireless communication signals over 100 meters, according to Phys.org.
The success was based on a new type of power amplifier developed by LG and Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft that can produce stable data links with maximum data of 15 decibels within one milliwatt (dBm) at the frequency band between 155 to 175 GHz.
According to LG, it has also developed adaptive beam-forming and high-gain antenna switching for 6G terahertz wireless communications demonstration that allows the information channel to change in accordance with the position of the receiver. The switching enables combined multiple signals to be sent to the target antenna.
Development of the 5G network is now in full swing around the world but engineers from several telecommunication operators are already working on the next generation of 6G communication technology.
Some industry insiders believe that the 6G technology will be able to increase data transmission speed by 50 times, reduce latency by 10 percent and provide more reliable and accurate transmission of data than 5G technology.
The progress will drive a new round of "Internet of Everything" and provide users with a stronger connection experience.
The Global Data Communications Standards Organization predicts that commercialization of 6G technology will arrive in 2025. However, most insiders believe that it will be realized in 2029 as negotiations on standardization will only begin in 2025.
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