This research paper by Dr David Soldani of the University of New South Wales explores what a 6G network might credibly look like and how it can be made to function.
The author’s vision is that, by 2030, “all intelligence will be connected following a defence-in-depth strategy – augmented by a zero-trust model – through digital twinning, using B5G/6G wireless, and machine reasoning will meet machine learning at the edge”.
The paper includes discussions of a wide ranging set of issues and ideas, including an extensive set of links to further reading, videos and articles and illustrations of key concepts. Sections include:
6G Gains Momentum
6G Network Architecture Vision
6G Fundamental Enabling Technologies
- Artificial Intelligence at the Network Edge
- Combined Sensing and Communication
- Space, Air and Extreme Ground Connectivity
- Privacy Preservation, Security Controls and Assurance
- Prosumer Centric Systems
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