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    Huawei and sending two satellites into space to test and develop 6G network
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    While 5G has not yet become ubiquitous in many countries, large telecommunications companies have begun research into the 6G network. One of these leading companies is Huawei, which intends to accelerate the development and testing of the 6G network by sending two satellites into space. As one of the largest telecommunications companies in the world, Huawei holds numerous patents or patents in the field of 5G and is developing a new generation of telecommunication networks in many countries. With the general expansion of 5G in the world, Huawei is also looking for research and development on new generation 6G networks in order to be one step ahead of other telecommunications companies.

    https://mobiletony.com Huawei and sending two satellites into space to test and develop 6G network

    According to published reports, Huawei, in cooperation with two Chinese companies, intends to launch two satellites in July this year (July and August 1400) to send into space. The satellites will be launched to test and validate Huawei technologies in the field of 6G networks. A space agency will be set up in China. Earlier in 2019, Huawei unveiled its future plan to launch more than 10,000 small satellites to cover 6G worldwide.

     Huawei and sending two satellites into space to test and develop 6G network

    Experts believe that 6G technology can be up to 50 times faster than 5G. Also, unlike 5G networks, which require ground-based telecommunication stations to operate and transmit signals, the 6G network uses satellites to communicate at higher frequencies.

    According to Huawei senior executives, the company plans to 2030 to launch 6G technology publicly. The company also announced that it will soon provide more details about the technology and its functions in a 6G article.







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