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IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine: 6G Technologies and Applications
2020 IEEE 3rd 5G World Forum
Technical Papers: 31 March 2020
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As 5G WIreless Rolls Out, Experts Look Ahead to 6G
5G wireless is still on the way, but researchers are already beginning to plan for the sixth generation of wireless technology. A team of academic and industry experts in Finland has launched the 6Genesis Flagship Program (6GFP), an eight-year, $230 million project that will develop, implement, and test key enabling technologies needed for 6G.
November 2019 IEEE Future Networks Tech Focus
- Seamless Networks for Beyond 5G
- Overcoming 5G Millimeter Wave Black Holes
- Photonic Payloads for Next Generation 5G Satellite Networks
Darpa Grand Challenge Finale Reveals which AI-Managed Radio System Shares Spectrum Best
The Top 5 Ways 5G will Build the Workplace of Tomorrow
The Factories of the Future Will Be Fast, Flexible, and Free of Wires
Korea's New 5G Futuristic Hospital
Satellite Communications for 5G: Promising yet Challenging
Manhole Covers Serve as Antennas Expanding Wireless Network Coverage
The immediate 5G 'choke point': Rolling out 5G NR fast and efficiently
The arrival of 5G is elevating the visibility and relevancy of a wide range of innovative technologies across areas such as vRAN, SDN, NFV, IoT, AI/ML, MEC, network slicing, blockchain, quantum cryptography and more. Although the core 5G network architecture will evolve significantly in the coming years based on some of these technologies, the immediate challenge and choke point facing service providers is more fundamental, and some would say more mundane. The here-and-now problem that needs to be solved is how to deploy 5G New Radio (NR) and the related infrastructure quickly, with high quality, and as cost-effectively as possible.
Will 5G Be Bad for Our Health?
6G: Building tomorrow's wireless tech beyond 100 GHz
5G is Forcing Hundreds of TV Channels to Change How They Broadcast
How AI is Starting to Influence Wireless Communications
Blockchain: A Key Enabler for 5G
5GUK Trials: Distributing a Live Orchestra over 5G
Inatel Prototypes GFDM Transceiver to Bring 5G to Brazilian Remote Areas in a Fraction of Time
MWC Barcelona 2019: On the Road to Self-Driving Cars, 5G Will Make Us Better Drivers
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Can 5G Survive Without AI?
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