6G network already in space. China launched the first satellite to succeed 5G The Middle Kingdom is not idle. There are already over 600,000 5G base stations in the country, connecting 150 million people. Now it's time to build a 6G network that's 100 times faster.

A few days ago, a satellite called Star Era-12 was in orbit. He was carried there by the Long March 6 rocket from the Taiyuan space facility. Scientists from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China are behind the entire project. On board the satellite are test devices that will be used to conduct the first experiments with the network of the future.

For now, 6G technology is a somewhat distant future, because it is not to be implemented until the end of the 1920s, but the government and national universities are already working intensively on its concept. It is to be over 100 times faster than the 5G network, which is still not close to the peak of its capabilities even in 1/3.

The government plans to build several constellations of the cosmic Internet. The system will probably support the 5G network and 6G bases, and in the second half of the decade, 6G. The first systems are to be under the working names GW-A59 and GW-2. The two constellations are to consist of nearly 13,000 satellites, but we can expect that in this decade a total of up to 50,000 new communication devices will appear in orbit.

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The construction of the 6G network has already met with strong opposition from circles fighting for the liquidation of the 5G network. 6G technology is expected to operate at much higher frequencies, which is why opponents ARTS WWW that it will not only have a much more degrading effect on humans and living organisms than 5G, but will also result in massive deaths as soon as it starts working.

Opponents of the implementation of 5G and 6G and scientists have already submitted their comments to the American Communications Commission (FCC), which is to take a closer look at the issue of building the foundations by the Chinese government for a new global communication technology.