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Future Now: Network Architecture of 6G

Younis Parvaiz, Geeta Sharma


5G networks are currently being rolled out in various parts of the globe and are expected to be done as the decade ends. However, with the continuously increasing demand for bandwidth and the need for automation, even the most advanced network architecture is expected to reach its capacity limit by 2030. The emergence of wireless technologies has led to the introduction of new infrastructure elements like High-Speed Packet Access (HSPA) and Long-Term Evolution (LTE). This paper aims to explore what holds in the scene of wireless communication and associated technologies. It is expected to revolutionize the digital world in unimaginable ways with its higher transmission rate, improved spectrum efficiency, greater connection proportions, higher spectrum coherence, and significantly reduced latency. This paper presents the findings of a detailed study on the construction of 6G, with a focus on the mobile communication aspect and the key technologies likely to be deployed on 6G networks. Furthermore, the paper provides ongoing research being carried out by different research organizations.


6G, terahertz communication, 5G new radio, metamaterial, radio stripes, cell-free MIMO

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