Japan Launched The First Unique 6G Device

Sristi Singh By Sristi Singh - Content Writer
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Japan Launched The First Unique 6G Device While 5G has yet to be fully implemented in India, Japan has already developed the world’s first 6G prototype device. This device, a collaborative effort among Japanese telecom giants including DoCoMo, NTT Corporation, NEC Corporation, and Fujitsu, boasts speeds exceeding 100Gbps, even at distances greater than 300 feet. Reports indicate that the 6G prototype device achieves speeds 20 times faster than the current 5G technology. Indoors, the device operates on the 100 GHz band to reach speeds of 100Gbps, while outdoors it utilizes the 300 GHz band to maintain the same impressive speed.

Japan consistently leads in technological advancements. While many parts of the world are still gradually adopting 5G, Japan has recently unveiled the world’s first high-speed 6G prototype device. This device is reported to transmit data at speeds of 100 gigabits per second over distances exceeding 330 feet, making it 20 times faster than current 5G technology. When considering overall speed, it is 500 times faster than the speeds achieved by 5G phones.

Notably, in November of last year, China introduced the world’s fastest internet, boasting speeds 10 times greater than the current 5G internet. It was claimed that this internet speed is so high that 150 HD movies could be streamed live or downloaded in just one second.

China has completed the world’s fastest internet project in collaboration with Tsinghua University, China Mobile, Huawei Technologies, and Cernet Corporation. It is noteworthy that the United States has banned Huawei, and Huawei has also exited the Indian market.

The technology report states that with the speed of 6G, it will be possible to download five HD movies in one second. However, significant work remains to be done to develop this technology fully. Efforts are already underway in India to advance 6G technology. Currently, 5G technology represents the most advanced connectivity available globally, with a theoretical maximum speed of 10 Gbps. It is important to note that the speed of 5G networks varies between countries.

Countries such as the United States, China, Japan, and India have also commenced work on 6G technology. It is anticipated that 6G will enable real-time holographic communication. Additionally, it is expected to offer new experiences in the realms of virtual and mixed reality.

6G utilizes higher frequency bands than 5G. Simply put, this means 6G devices may struggle to obtain the necessary frequency for fast downloads. Tests have been conducted at distances exceeding 330 feet (100 meters). According to various reports, significant efforts from both companies and governments will be required to implement 6G. This will necessitate a complete overhaul of mobile towers and the introduction of new smartphones equipped with inbuilt 6G antennas.

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By Sristi Singh Content Writer
I'm Sristi Singh, an expert in computer technology and AI. Adhering to Google's E-A-T policy, I ensure authoritative content. As a Computer Science Engineer with a journalism degree, I excel in conveying complex tech trends in an engaging manner. My dedication reflects in bridging the gap between intricate technology and my audience.
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