India Begins Work on 6G Technology to Align with Global Powers
India – Telecom Secretary K Rajaraman has ordered state-owned telecom company C-DoT to begin work on the 6G network and other cutting-edge technologies to align with the global market.
Huawei, Samsung, LG, and various other companies have begun work on 6G technologies which are supposed to be 50 times faster than 5G. The commercial launch of 6G will be between 2028-2030.
What is the 6G Network?
A 6G is the future’s fastest networking technology after 5G, expanding on the renewed infrastructure and advanced capacity set up on millimeter-wave 5G networks.
Utilizing higher-frequency radio bands 6G will provide much faster internet that will enable excellent performance from mobile devices, computers, e-cars, and much more.
With a 6G network, it is anticipated to provide 1000Gbps data downloading. Media reports stated that LG has additionally begun work on 6G, and the organization had as of late started testing the 6G network in Germany.
As indicated by the report, the data were tested from 100 meters. With the 6G network, in just 51 seconds and at a speed of 1000 megabytes per second, a 6GB movie can be downloaded.
6G will have enormous implications for industries and states in dealing with public security and critical asset protection such as gas and toxicity sensing, air quality measurements, decision-making in law enforcement and social credit systems, health monitoring, facial recognition, virus threat detection. 5G network can offer a maximum of 20 Gbps downloading speed. The maximum data download speed has reached 3.7 Gbps during testing of the 5G network in India. Jio, Vi, and Airtel, the three major telecom companies, have done speed tests on downloads up to 3 Gbps in 5G network tests