Podcast – The 6G Roundup (April 15)

April 15, 2022

Written by Caio Castro

Wondering what happened in the world of 6G this week but have no time to keep up with the news? 6GWorld brings a review of the most relevant news between April 8 – April 15.

This week, we talk about Nokia’s latest demonstration in the D-Band, British regulator Ofcom working on Terahertz spectrum, and a PhD position at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology.

You can listen to the podcast on Spotify, Google Podcasts, and here:

Link to the position: https://bit.ly/3uIlo2s

The 6G Roundup is produced, recorded and edited by Caio Castro.

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