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Introduction to 6G

5G may be the star of wireless communications now, but 3GPP and researchers have already turned their attention to 6G.

And that’s not really too surprising, even though 6G may be as much as eight years away. That’s because a future with 6G technology provides amazing possibilities despite sketchy details now.

Experts in this field are excited over the revolutionary technologies associated with 6G. But they warn that global collaboration among stakeholders is essential for 6G to manifest as anticipated.

In other words, the integration of vertical associations such as 5GACIA and 5GAA with 3GPP standardization development organizations is an absolute must.

Public and private entities must also step up to ensure that all assets forming 6G systems are interoperable.

Public and private players will also be required to comply with standardized security evaluation criteria as well as the smallest asset in the end-to-end supply chain in support of the minimal set of approved security requirements.

Despite 6G’s somewhat long trip before it arrives, 6G initiatives underway globally and corresponding investments paint a very encouraging future for this innovative architecture.

The thing about 6G that peaks interest is how it will bridge the physical and cyber worlds, or as one analyst puts it:

“6G will shift from connected people and things to connected intelligence.”

Current projections call for 6G to hit a maximum speed of one terabit per second (Tbps), which is 100-times faster than 5G. In terms of frequency, 6G looks to elevate from 5G’s frequency of 60 kilobits and reach 95 kilobits.

6G will use more advanced radio equipment and a greater volume and diversity of airwaves than 5G, including an extremely high frequency (EHF) spectrum that delivers ultra-high speeds and huge capacity over short distances.

All 6G networks will have integrated mobile edge computing technology, not an add-on like current 5G, providing benefits such as improved access to AI capabilities and support for sophisticated mobile devices and systems.

It’s also predicted that 6G wireless sensing solutions will impact government and industry approaches to public safety and critical asset protection, such as threat detection, health monitoring, and air quality measurements.

That means organizations can anticipate greater decision-making capabilities using real-time information, improving the responsiveness of law enforcement officials and first responders.

Autonomous driving is one of the main use cases in which 6G is expected to play a critical role by enabling greater accuracy and reliability. The now released IEEE 2846, a new standard for autonomous vehicle (AV) safety, provides an important step in advancing the mass testing of AVs in the U.S. Looking further ahead, 6G and future networks will be needed to drive an AV society.

Introduction to 6G Course by Tonex

Introduction to 6G, IMT-2030 is a 1-day overview of 6G technology aligned with ITU-T’s IMT-2030. Master Mobile Networking with 6G Training. Learn about 6G Wireless Systems, Use Cases, Applications, Trends, Technologies, and Protocols. Learn about 6G wireless networks IMT-2030 vision, requirements, architecture, and key technologies.

6G or IMT-2030 is the future of mobile networks promised by ITU-T’s Network 2030. Tonex now offers training courses to help build next-generation 6G skills.

Who Should Attend

In response to strong market demand, 6G is now being developed. Almost everything you know of 5G changes with 6G. Evolution with 6G will deploy new applications, new spectrum, new radio, and a fully redesigned core utilizing a new service-based architecture. 6G network development will roll out with by 2030. Do you have the skills necessary to help launch your 6G network?

This one-day training course covers the design motivation and underlying technology of 6G  architecture, as well as new 6G vocabulary terms. You’ll also learn the differences between 5G and 6G, and understand how 6G will accomplish its goals by observing how it will work.

A high-level 6G technical overview for anyone involved in 6G product development, product management, analysis, planning, design, and engineering.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of Introduction to 6G, the participants will be able to:

  • Describe 6G  vision and business cases
  • Illustrate the key technologies and building blocks of 6G network
  • Sketch the end-to-end 6G network architecture, including  new radio types, the core network and applications
  • Step through the evolution of 5G to 6G

Course Topics

Overview of 6G Wireless Networks

  • Overview of IMT-2030
  • Intelligent Information Society of 2030
  • 6G usage scenarios and requirements
  • 6G mobile communication network

6G Vision, Architecture, and Key Technologies

  • 6G vision
  • 6G business cases
  • Telemedicine
  • AR/VR
  • Teleportation
  • Autonomous networking
  • 6G architecture and building blocks
  • Promising technologies for the 6G ecosystem
  • Key 6G technologies
  • Multi sense network
  • Principles of Visible Light Communication (VLC)
  • Compressed sensing
  • Wireless tactile network
  • Sparse Code Multiple Access (SCMA)
  • Streaming Protocols
  • New Packetization motivation
  • Terahertz (THz) communications
  • Laser and visible-light communications (VLC)
  • Large-Dimensional 6G networks
  • Autonomous 6G network architecture
  • AI-Enabled Innovative 6G wireless network design
  • Very-large-scale antenna arrays
  • Supermassive (SM) multiple-input, multiple-output (MIMO)
  • Large intelligent surfaces (LISs)
  • Orbital angular momentum (OAM) multiplexing
  • Blockchain-based spectrum sharing
  • Quantum communications and computing
  • Molecular communications
  • Internet of Nano Things
  • Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning for autonomous networks
  • Innovative air-interface design

Hologram Type Communications

  • Hologram display technologies
  • Spatial spectral holography
  • RF and non-RF Link Integration
  • RF holography (including holographic MIMO)
  • Holographic beamforming (HBF)
  • Holographic media engine
  • Compressed sensing/sparse theory
  • Compression/Decompression algorithms
  • Future Media Enablers/Market Drivers

Introduction to 6G

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