Samsung Releases a White Paper on 6G Research and Announces the First 6G Forum for May 13

While we wait for commercial 5G to arrive in India, Samsung Electronics has released a white paper outlining its strategy for acquiring worldwide 6G frequency bands, which is considered the next-generation communications technology. In a recent document titled “6G Spectrum: Expanding the Frontier,” the Korean behemoth highlighted its ambitions “for the implementation of 6G” and to reach its ultimate aim. Here are the specifics:

Samsung Publishes White Paper on 6G Research

Samsung describes 6G communications as the next-generation communications technology that could be used to create “Truly Immersive XR,” a virtual reality experience based on an individual’s five senses, as well as “3D High-Fidelity Mobile Holograms and Digital Replica” technologies that could replicate people, objects, and spaces in a virtual environment.

Samsung is exploring analyses of all available 6G bands, spanning from low-band (under 1GHz) to mid-band (up to 24GHz), to meet these goals and secure the 6G spectrum (24GHz to 300GHz). The business also recommends that existing 3G, 4G, and 5G bands-based networks be converted to function with the impending 6G technology, and that study into the 6G technology’s rules and regulations would enhance operations and services once commercially available.

Samsung also claims that the mid-band, which runs from 7GHz to 24GHz, would provide consumers with faster speeds and better coverage. While the sub-terahertz range (92GHz to 300GHz) is being investigated for support of ultra-high data rates.

Aside from that, the firm outlined its study into numerous 6G-related technologies. Sub-THz band communications, cross-division duplex (XDD), full-duplex, energy conversion (AI-ES), artificial intelligence (AI-NC), and reconfigurable intelligent surfaces are among the topics being researched (RIS).

Samsung has also announced that the inaugural Samsung 6G Forum will take place on May 13. It will be broadcast live on YouTube, and numerous industry leaders, researchers, and Samsung engineers will discuss the next communications technologies. You can register to attend the event right here.

Samsung plans to finish its 6G technology development by 2028. By 2030, the business believes that mainstream commercialization of 6G technology and services will be complete. So, what are your thoughts on Samsung’s intentions for 6G? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.

Related Posts

Government Alerts About Potential Google Chrome Vulnerability That Could Allow You to Be Hacked

Introduction In recent developments, the government has issued a stern warning concerning a critical vulnerability in Google Chrome that could potentially lead to users getting hacked. This…

Truecaller’s AI Can Now Answer Calls with Your Own Voice: Here’s How

Truecaller, a popular app known for identifying spam calls and providing caller ID services, has recently introduced a groundbreaking feature: the ability for its AI to answer…

WhatsApp Could Soon Let You Generate AI-Powered Profile Pictures: Check Details

In the ever-evolving landscape of digital communication, WhatsApp is poised to revolutionize user experience with the introduction of AI-powered profile picture generation. This groundbreaking feature promises to…

Best AI Tools For Coding in 2024 (Free and Paid)

Coding is a talent and an art form that calls for both technical know-how and original problem-solving. AI has a great deal of potential to simplify code…

WhatsApp on iOS activates passkey support: Here’s how to configure it.

Last year, WhatsApp began supporting passkeys on Android devices. On iOS, WhatsApp is currently rolling out passkey functionality. You must have an iPhone 8 or later model…

Airchat: New audio-based social media app is here.. to stay or just 2 mins of fame?

Newly popular, invite-only social networking app Airchat is all the rage. It is the creation of Brian Norgard, a co-founder of Tinder, and Naval Ravikant, the founder…

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *