Chinese lab claims breakthrough in 6G mobile

By the way, 5G technology is available in very few
countries, but the next-generation mobile internet in China is working very
fast. Chinese researchers say they have discovered and achieved record data
streaming speeds using a revolutionary technology during the Olympics. This
will help China lead a new generation of mobile internet or high-end 6G races. 

To this end, they used Vertix millimeter waves, which are
very high-frequency radio waves, enabling them to transmit one TB of data over
an area of ​​one kilometer per second. Experts at the Tsinghua University in
Beijing said the experimental wireless communication line was installed in
January 2022 at the Winter O Olympics compound. More than 10,000 HD live video
feeds can be made simultaneously. 

6G generation technology

According to experts, Vertex Views will add a new
dimension to wireless transmission and this experience indicates that China is
leading the world in 6G technologies. Mobile devices currently use
electromagnetic waves, which are only 2D from a mathematical point of view. In
contrast, cortex electromagnetic waves are 3D, resulting in a significant
increase in communication bandwidth. The properties of such radio waves were
first described by the British scientist John Henry Poitling in 1999, but they
are difficult to use. Now, Chinese experts say that progress in this area has
come after the hard work of a research team from around the world. 

China to pursue a major standards-setting role in 6G

European experts conducted the first experiments on vertex
waves in the 1990s, while in 2020 the Japanese research team succeeded in
achieving 200 Gbps speed over an area of ​​10 meters. The big challenge in this
regard is to increase the distance of the revolving waves and in doing so weak
signals make high-speed data transmission difficult. 

Keeping this obstacle in mind, Chinese scientists have
developed a unique transmitter, which produces a more focused vortex beam and
divides the rotation of waves into 3 different modes, which can carry more
details. Similarly, a receiving device can pick up and decode such a large
amount of data in split seconds. 

According to a Chinese government researcher on 6G, the
experiment in Beijing could be the beginning of a revolution in communication
technology. He said that the most exciting thing is not only speed but also the
introduction of a new physical dimension. 

He said that due to the Chinese government and the
telecommunications industry, the focus will now be on general 5G applications
to reduce the cost of this technology in the coming years.
According to him, the introduction of 6G
technology on a commercial basis is expected to start in 2030, but it could be
adopted by the military before then.