6GSYMPOSIUM Fall 2022

Building the 6G Experience

11-12, October 2022 • Live Event

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

Latest Research

Internet of wearable things: Advancements and benefits from 6G technologies – ScienceDirect

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.

LEO Satellite Access Network (LEO-SAN) Towards 6G: Challenges and Approaches – ArXiv

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.

AceFL: Federated Learning Accelerating in 6G-enabled Mobile Edge Computing Networks – IEEE

Heterogeneity among distributed edge devices and the limitation of resources may degrade the training efficiency of Federated Edge Learning over 6G-enabled mobile edge computing (MEC) networks. Taking this challenge into account, a novel federated learning scheme is proposed in this paper to accelerate the training process.

Dense, Not Smart (Yet)

Dense, Not Smart (Yet)

Ultra dense 5G Wireless networks, with a wide number of heterogeneous cells, makes the network configuration, management and restoration extremely challenging. It is not endowed with enough intelligence and flexibility.

6G: Breaking Out of Our Cells?

6G: Breaking Out of Our Cells?

6G might effectively ignore the Shannon limit. Xiaohu You of Southeast University has proposed a number of techniques to improve not only data rates but reliability and spectrum re-use that can help meet 6G’s stringent demands… by breaking down the concept of cellular communications itself.

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