Day 1 of the 2021 Brooklyn 6G summit looked at the upcoming standards, features, and enhancements that will come to 5G while the research community explores 6G technologies.
Although the first 6G consumer devices may be far away, work on 6G is underway. Academic and industry researchers are already experimenting and developing an understanding of key technologies as crucial inputs for standardization work. The industry must balance technical, business, and social considerations when developing 6G.
A standards group will seek to define a technology for steering reflection of wireless signals.
5G Technology World visits Northeastern University’s Ultrabroadband Nanonetworking Lab for a firsthand look at what’s possible in wireless data communications.
The latest symposium took a turn toward business use cases at the expense of the usual technical talks, with speakers saying that use cases should drive the technology. Through most of 5G’s development, conference topics generally focused on the technologies such as the radio and network technologies. With much of that settled, talk moved to…
At the 2021 (virtual) IEEE Microwave Symposium, the industry looked at where wireless is going and how it will get beyond 5G.
While the International Microwave Symposium will also hold a virtual conference, exhibitors insisted on a live event albeit with COVID-19 restrictions.
Several themes have begun to emerge in the 6G community, providing some clues as to what the next generation might bring.
Keysight’s N9042B UXA X-Series signal analyzer lets you analyze mmWave and sub-6 GHz signals while keeping the noise down.
Two conferences, held at the same time, covered mostly the same topics.