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6G at speeds of 1 terabit per second? Yes, it already exists and this company even proved it.

Not even 5G has reached the whole world and 6G is already making its first appearances, revealing never-before-seen speeds.

LG, a South Korean company, has just demonstrated the technology that allows it to reach a speed of 1 terabit per second.

LG shows first 6G power amplifier

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The potential of 6G connectivity was recently demonstrated by South Korean company LG

Technology does not stop and is constantly evolving, we all know that. But when another innovation appears, we are still surprised by another step in technological evolution.

This is another of those moments, after the LG company demonstrated 6G technology and all the benefits that the standard can bring to users. It all happened when the South Korean company introduced the first 6G power amplifier.

The equipment is the result of a joint work between LG and the Fraunhofer Research Institute, located in Germany, and was used for the wireless transmission and reception of data, using the 6G Thz (terahertz) frequency band.

It should be noted that this terahertz wireless transmission / reception technology uses a frequency band between 100 GHz and 10 THz to obtain an incredible data transmission speed of up to 1 terabit per second.

6G technology will only reach end users in 2029

Although this extraordinary speed is exhilarating and creates great expectations, we must contain our enthusiasm, remembering that we still have to access and dedicate time to 5G technology.
In fact, most tech companies started working on 5G and 6G standards at the same time, and the advances made in one may well have dictated the evolution of the other.

Forecasts indicate that 6G standardization, that is, the implementation of technology in equipment, will begin in the distant year of 2025 and that its commercialization will begin in the even further year of 2029. However, the prospect remains exciting. on the order of 1 terabit per second.

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