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Russia decided to bypass 5G and directly develop 6G network

Russia decided to bypass 5G and directly develop 6G network: it is very fast! How fast can science 6G be

Although 5G technical standards are still being iteratively improved, the blueprint for 6G is slowly unfolding.

Russia decided to bypass 5G and directly develop 6G network

Interestingly, Russia’s Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (SKOLTECH) and the Institute of Radio Research (FSBI NIIR) are preparing to jointly develop 6G network technology.

The project will involve development from prototype to mass production and network communication security.

In fact, Russia’s 5G has not yet been officially approved, which means “overtaking on a curve” to 6G.

It seems that the Russian side is very determined.

The NIIR Institute plans to complete the equipment manufacturing by 2025, which requires a national budget of 30 billion rubles, or about 3.45 billion yuan.

So what exactly is a 6G network?

Simply put, 6G will deliver huge improvements in speed, capacity, latency, while being smarter and more reliable, including superior mobile broadband and advanced services (extended reality, high-fidelity mobile holograms, digital twins, etc.).

It is expected that the capacity of 6G will reach more than a thousand times that of 5G, and it can support 10 million devices per square kilometer.

From the ground connection to the airspace connection, the network reaches an altitude of 10,000 meters, realizing 3D coverage of space, sky and underwater.

Following the launch of the 6G-ANNA Frontiers project in Germany this week, Nokia Bell Labs has mapped six key technologies for 6G, including new wireless spectrum technologies, security, trust, privacy, AI-native air interfaces and extreme connectivity.

Nokia believes that the main frequency band of 6G will be 7GHz to 20GHz, of course, there will be a small number of quasi-terahertz (THz, 1000GHz) frequency bands to achieve connection speeds above 100Gbps, and 460MHz to 694MHz to expand coverage.

However, Nokia also pointed out that 6G may not be commercially available before 2030.