6G internet

The 5G Inter­net stan­dard has not yet come into full force, but they have already begun to talk about the next gen­er­a­tion of com­mu­ni­ca­tion — 6G. Will it be a tech­no­log­i­cal break­through? What are the dan­gers? Read in our mate­r­i­al a selec­tion of facts about the com­mu­ni­ca­tion stan­dard of the future
6G internet

In the field of high tech­nolo­gies, progress is pro­gress­ing by leaps and bounds, despite all the prej­u­dices of the inhab­i­tants. While peo­ple were fight­ing with might and main against 5G tow­ers, accus­ing them of destroy­ing health, the world has already begun to talk and test 6G.

Rus­sia is not yet ful­ly ready for the fifth gen­er­a­tion of mobile com­mu­ni­ca­tions, but this does not pre­vent us from col­lect­ing in the mate­r­i­al every­thing that is known right now about the 6G Inter­net.

Release date of 6G in the world and in Russia

If you look at the dates of the intro­duc­tion of the mobile com­mu­ni­ca­tion gen­er­a­tion, we can draw the fol­low­ing con­clu­sion — now they change on aver­age every 10 years. So, in 2019, the last thing hap­pened: 5G tow­ers appeared in Asia, and 5G smart­phones began to be sold for ade­quate mon­ey. In Rus­sia, every­thing went a lit­tle dif­fer­ent­ly, due to bureau­crat­ic restric­tions, the fifth gen­er­a­tion of mobile com­mu­ni­ca­tions will arrive a cou­ple of years late — by 2023–2024.



5G Inter­net:

All the truth and all the myths in one arti­cle

Thus, it is worth wait­ing for the appear­ance of com­mer­cial 6G net­works in the most tech­ni­cal­ly advanced coun­tries by 2030. Some­thing exact about the release date of 6G in Rus­sia right now is still dif­fi­cult. It is nec­es­sary at least to wait for the full-fledged appear­ance of 5G, at least in mil­lion-plus cities, and count 10 years.

Transfer rate

Actu­al­ly, for the sake of this para­me­ter, new gen­er­a­tions of com­mu­ni­ca­tion are being devel­oped. It is already known that in the sixth gen­er­a­tion of com­mu­ni­ca­tion, the speed of wire­less data trans­mis­sion will be from 100 Gb / s to 1 Tb / s — the lat­ter fig­ure exceeds the 4G cur­rent­ly avail­able in Rus­sia by 10 thou­sand times. Even if you aver­age the data trans­fer rate, then with such an Inter­net, all sea­sons of the Game of Thrones in 4K qual­i­ty can be down­loaded in less than a minute.
How­ev­er, for the aver­age user of a smart­phone or tablet, the dif­fer­ence will not be so huge — you do not down­load ter­abytes of data every hour. But the point here is dif­fer­ent. Now peo­ple often talk about the use of IoT (Inter­net of Things) in smart devices. If desired, every­thing can be con­nect­ed to the net­work in the apart­ment — from light bulbs to an iron mail­box. Imag­ine that the coun­try has entered a new era of tech­no­log­i­cal progress, and all objects around have become “smart” and require an Inter­net con­nec­tion. Add to this colos­sal load of indus­tri­al enter­pris­es, end­less online meet­ings, “reg­u­lar” smart­phone users and thou­sands of oth­er cas­es of mobile Inter­net use — the cur­rent gen­er­a­tion of net­works clear­ly can­not cope with this. That’s what 6G inter­net speeds are for.

Popular rumors about 6G

Already, there are enough rumors and con­jec­tures on the net­work about 6G tech­nol­o­gy of vary­ing degrees of ade­qua­cy. Let’s try to under­stand them.

6G affects health and spreads COVID-19

As in the case of 5G net­works, new gen­er­a­tion net­works have also come under attack from not always ade­quate con­spir­a­cy the­o­rists. One of the most impor­tant myths is the effect on health. Of course, ion­iz­ing radi­a­tion real­ly affects human health — that is why X‑rays or radi­a­tion ther­a­py is car­ried out in spe­cial con­di­tions.

Mobile net­works use microwave non-ion­iz­ing radi­a­tion — they sim­ply can­not phys­i­cal­ly cause DNA dam­age. With suf­fi­cient pow­er, for exam­ple, in a microwave oven, microwaves can heat objects, but this will not hap­pen in the case of mobile base sta­tions.

6G will need to build new towers

If every­thing is sim­pli­fied, then with each gen­er­a­tion of com­mu­ni­ca­tion, the fre­quen­cy of microwave radi­a­tion increas­es, and the wave­length decreas­es. For 3G or 4G, one base sta­tion was enough for every 30–50 kilo­me­ters. In 6G net­works, base sta­tions will have to be installed more often — this is true. It is pos­si­ble that by the time sixth gen­er­a­tion net­works appear in Rus­sia, the instal­la­tion of base sta­tions will be placed on the shoul­ders of devel­op­ers or man­age­ment com­pa­nies.

6G will be used for implants in the human body

Giv­en the speed of wire­less data trans­fer, this can­not be ruled out. Arrays of infor­ma­tion about the sta­tus of the device and the para­me­ters of the body will be sent to a remote serv­er with­out any delay, where com­plex cal­cu­la­tions can be per­formed. Instant­ly processed data will be trans­ferred back to the implant and used for its intend­ed pur­pose. It can be imag­ined that a night vision device built right into the human eye will work in this way.

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