6GSYMPOSIUM Fall 2022

Building the 6G Experience

11-12, October 2022 • Live Event

Hotel Washington • 515 15th St NW, Washington, DC 20004

Latest Research

3GPP Rel-19 Toward 6G – Ofinno

Recently, 3GPP SA1 started various studies for Rel-19 5G systems. The outcome of Rel-19 may not only show the additional capability that the 5G system will offer, but also provide guidance on what the future 6G system needs to be capable of. This whitepaper discusses the ongoing areas of the Rel-19 studies.

The Development & Current Status of Error-Correcting Code

Shenghan Wu of StorArt shared this lecture on the challenges and potential future of error correction as we move from 5G to 6G.

Positioning and Sensing in 6G: Gaps, Challenges, and Opportunities – Arxiv

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.

Towards Dependable 6G Networks – TechRxiv

Towards Dependable 6G Networks – TechRxiv

6G communication networks must be highly dependable. We take four dependability concepts such as reliability, availability, safety and security, and discuss the dependability of 6G networks. This
article, in summary, provides interesting insights into existing
challenges and advocates future research through highlighting
the most important research directions to make 6G dependable.

Next G Alliance – 6G Technologies White Paper

Next G Alliance – 6G Technologies White Paper

This Next G Alliance (NGA) report provides expert recommendations about which technologies will be key to 6G and where further research is needed. Technology without a purpose is just a novelty. In order to understand how 6G will be used, views were gathered from experts in the areas of:

– Applications and Requirements
– Spectrum Perspectives
– Green G Perspectives
– Societal and Economic Needs (SEN)

Toward Efficient Vertical Industries in B5G/6G Era: Technical Aspect and Standardization Directions – ITRI

Toward Efficient Vertical Industries in B5G/6G Era: Technical Aspect and Standardization Directions – ITRI

he research and development community globally has nearly completed the design and specification of architectures, protocols, and mechanisms aimed at fulfilling the diverse and stringent requirements for the realization of a new network generation. It is now crucial that this technology is put into action in real-life trials to validate and demonstrate its value proposition for the vertical industry.

6G: Sustainable Development for Rural and Remote Communities – New publication

6G: Sustainable Development for Rural and Remote Communities – New publication

Focussed on India, the book covers a variety of feasible technology options, both wired and wireless, to enable 6G connectivity in rural and remote regions. Along with the enabling technology options, the book also covers important aspects such as human-computer interaction, business models for the local operator ecosystem, regulatory and right-of-way policies, security and privacy, and future challenges related to technology migration, urbanization, and scalability.

The Roadmap of Communication and Networking in 6G for the Metaverse – IEEE

The Roadmap of Communication and Networking in 6G for the Metaverse – IEEE

This paper aims to depict the roadmap to the Metaverse in terms of communication and networking in 6G, including illustrating the framework of the Metaverse, revealing the strict requirements and challenges for 6G to realize the Metaverse, and discussing the fundamental technologies to be integrated in 6G to drive the implementation of the Metaverse, including intelligent sensing, digital twin (DT), space-air-ground-sea integrated network (SAGSIN), multi-access edging computing (MEC), blockchain, and the involved security issues.

Antenna Research Directions for 6G

Antenna Research Directions for 6G

This work reviews several key
research trends in antennas to fulfil demands for the fifth
generation of communications (5G) and beyond, especially 6G,
and considers novel antenna techniques and designs needed to
increase the smartness of the antenna systems and to provide
improved beamforming and security.

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