SIXTH GENERATION: THE FUTURE ERA IN MOBILE TECHNOLOGY

Dipti Sharma

Abstract


As we are testing fifth generation technology  worldwide and it is  anticipated to be rolled out gradually in 2019, researchers around the world are beginning to turn their attention to what 6G might carry.This paper describes the features of 6G technology ,the vision it will carry and challenges faced to develop this technology

The fifth generation (5G)will exhaust by 2030. Coupled with the rises of Internet-of-Things (IoT), massive machine-type communications (MTC) 5G will carry the following advanced features it will have speed in gigabits as compared to megabits in 4G technology,low battery consumption , better connectivity.

The advent of 6G technology will make virtual meeting, remote surgery , gaming all a practical reality. As per CISCO data traffic is estimated to grow at an annual rate of around 55% in 2020–2030 to reach 607 exabytes (EB) in 2025 and 5, 016 EB in 2030. Presumably, 6G will continue to benefit from many 5G technologies, but new technologies will certainly be needed to make the next step change.

We will discuss in this article the research techniques needed to move towards 6G technologyIt will speculate the most enabling aspects of 6G , though many more features will be introduced as technology grows. The rest of this article is organized as follows. In Section II, we present our 6G vision We will discuss some key challenges in Section III, and present a few visionary technologies or research directions that may

form key parts of 6G. Finally, we conclude this article in Section IV.

Keywords


Emerging technologies, 5G, 6G.

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