Shenghan Wu of StorArt shared this lecture on the challenges and potential future of error correction as we move from 5G to 6G.
This paper presents a unified vision from stakeholders across the value chain in terms of both opportunities
and challenges for 6G positioning and sensing, as well as use cases, performance requirements, and gap analysis.
A Survey on the Use of Blockchain for Future 6G: Technical Aspects, Use Cases, Challenges and Research Directions – Researchgate
We present a high-level view of the role of blockchain for 6G trends
and requirements. Following that, we conduct an in-depth study
on how the blockchain can provide a secure, transparent, and
decentralised underpinning to various technical aspects and use
cases of 6G. Thereafter, we discuss the deployment challenges
to be faced
While work on mobile 5G Advanced and beyond progresses, the fixed network is also busy evolving to cope with some similar pressures. This ETSI white paper lays out the drivers, dimensions, and technologies of the
F5G advanced and beyond.
6G offers superior reliability,
speed, latency and ubiquity. However, resource allocation is a priority thanks to the scarcity of spectrum, while security is an essential feature. Blockchain could establish secure communication in 6G networks as well as managing the resource allocation and sharing process.
In this paper, we focus on the multi-traffic scheduling in VNF-based service orchestration. We propose a dynamic multi-service Quality of Service (QoS) Guarantee approach, which aims to reduce data coupling between multiple services and bandwidth preemption. Then we devise a service scheduling algorithm to allocate link resources for network services. The simulation results demonstrate that our method efficiently reduces network congestion and ensures high-priority services’ trouble-free running.
Energy consumption is an important point which is crucial for green communications in 6G era, especially for those networks with limited life span or affected by dangerous environments where batteries are inconvenient to be changed. Therefore, energy harvesting (EH) has become a very attractive research field in recent years. In this paper, a new type of two-way EH relay beamforming system with two transceivers and many single-antenna relays is designed.
The great achievements in electronics, automation, and digital communication technologies in the sixth-generation (6G) era has significantly accelerated the development of smart wearables and the personal ecosystems realizing the Internet of wearable things (IoWT). As the IoWT technologies have not matured yet, a keen knowledge of current states and future research trends is of importance to promote the popularization of the technology. In this review article, we investigate state-of-the-art characteristics of IoWT to identify its advancements and benefits from 6G technologies.
This paper aims at revealing the main technical issues that have not been fully addressed by the existing LEO-SAN designs, from three aspects namely random access, beam management and Doppler-resistant transmission technologies. Promising technologies to address these challenges are also discussed, respectively. Finally, the future research directions are envisioned.