Podcast – The 6G Roundup (Feb 11)

February 11, 2022

Written by Caio Castro
CATEGORY: Exclusives

Wondering what happened in the world of 6G this week but have no time to keep up with the news? 6GWorld brings a three-minute review of the most relevant news of this week between February 5-11.

This week, we talk about Chinese researchers breaking data throughput records in the 75 GHz – 110 GHz band, costs estimation for a 6G task force in the US, Europe’s new legislation to strengthen the semiconductor sector, and Open RAN.

Listen to the episode here:

The 6G Roundup is a 6GWorld podcast produced, recorded and edited by Caio Castro. Featured image by Magda Ehlers/Pexels

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