Introduction to 6G
The future wunderkind, 6G technology, is not expected to be available commercially until 2030, yet, organizations, agencies and countries are already preparing for its arrival.
And little wonder.
6G connectivity is expected to support speeds of 1 terabyte per second (Tbps). This level of capacity and latency will be unprecedented and will extend the performance of 5G applications along with expanding the scope of capabilities in support of increasingly new and innovative tools in the areas of wireless cognition, detection and imaging.
The higher frequencies of 6G will enable much faster sampling rates as well as significantly better performance. The combination of Sub-mmWave and frequency selection to determine relative electromagnetic absorption rates is expected to lead to potentially significant advances in wireless detection solutions.
Additionally, 6G is being designed to support more mobile connections than 5G capacity, which is approximately 10 x 10 5 per km2. It is also expected to revolutionize the healthcare industry by eliminating barriers of time and space through remote surgery and guaranteed optimization of healthcare workflow.
The 6G supera will implement femtocells or distributed antenna systems (DAS), to solve connection problems that may have cellular networks in enclosed spaces.
There’s also mounting excitement about 6G for its capacity to virtualize additional components such as the PHY layer and the MAC layer. Currently, PHY/MAC implementations require dedicated hardware implementations. Virtualization will lower network equipment costs. This makes massively dense deployment in 6G economically feasible.
As it stands now, the 6G technology market is expected to facilitate large improvements in the areas of imaging, presence technology and location awareness.
Working in conjunction with artificial intelligence (AI), the computational infrastructure of 6G will be able to autonomously determine the best location for computing to occur; this includes decisions about data storage, processing and sharing.
Clearly, nations as well as organizations are seriously investigating 6G’s potential. Researchers have indicated the limitations of 5G to inhibit future tech deployment and 6G will be the “driving force” of a new generation of AI and machine learning algorithms, based on a report by MIT Tech Review.
6G bears the capability to support “rapidly changing collaborations on vast scales between intelligent agents on vast scales,” according to this report. One of the applications of heightened connectivity could be advances in the development of autonomous vehicles.
Besides that, the ultra-light speed 6G network will enable real-time generation and processing of data. This element will significantly contribute to increased work efficiency in areas such as finance and healthcare.
The actual format for 6G will depend on how 5G develops and where its shortfalls appear to be. Currently there are many different use cases that have been put forward. It is expected that it will be used increasingly for the Internet of Things (IoT) as well as inter-vehicle communications for autonomous vehicles.
Is it too early for organizations to prepare for 6G? Industry insiders answer this question with a resounding “absolutely not.”
For businesses hoping to get a leg up on their competition, now is the time to tap into and follow the 6G era to better sharpen 6G strategies.
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.
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
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
- 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