6G Network is already in shape | The world's first 6G test satellite launched | Flash News Pk

6G Network is already in shape | The world's first 6G test satellite launched

 


 

 

When the deployment of 5G networks is not yet complete, China is already looking to the future and has successfully launched the world's first 6G satellite into space to test that technology. It was carried out from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in China's Shanxi province on November 6.

 

China sends world's first 6G test satellite into orbit it is world’s first 6G Communications Test Satellite

 

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China has successfully launched the world's first 6G satellite into space to test the technology.

 

It went into orbit along with 12 other satellites from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in the Shanxi Province.

 

High-speed technology will be trialled, which will be one of the core elements of sixth-generation communications.

 

The satellite also carries technology which will be used for crop disaster monitoring and forest fire prevention.

 

The 6G is based on terahertz and has the communication speed of and capacity of terabytes per second. It is expected to increase the 5G speed up to 100 times.

 

Terahertz can be used for communication in space. It is nondestructive transmission that will used in space and can be used for long distance communication with low transmitting power. Thus it make Terahertz widely available for satellite internet use.

 

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The satellite also carries an optical remote sensing system to monitor crop disasters and prevent floods and forest fires.

 

 

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