The Ericsson project aims to drive 6G semiconductor technology advancements and will receive funding from the European Commission
“What gets measured gets managed,” they say. While many visions of 6G have strong societal and ethical components to them, is anyone doing any measuring – and are they the right people? 6GWorld explored in conversation with Paul Timmers and Georg Serentschy.
Research projects that will benefit 6G will be carried out by companies like BT, Keysight, Viavi, the University of York, and others
Anritsu, Keysight, and Rhode & Schwarz will showcase new 6G products and demos next week; see the details here
Both countries signed a Memorandum of Understanding to partner on Open RAN field trials and rollouts and 6G research
Guest contributor Heikki Almay outlines some of the implications of pursuing a decentralised approach to 6G. While it may upset many existing business approaches, is it the only sane way forwards?
Researchers improved the energy efficiency of IoT Simultaneous Wireless Information and Power Transfer-aided nonorthogonal multiple access systems
Rohde & Schwarz was able to verify that the device enhanced wireless communications capabilities, particularly in 5G FR2 implementations
6GWorld breaks down 21 frequency ranges from 1.3 GHz through 275 GHz and above and the challenges each poses. Play with the infographic here