What We Know About 7G After 5&6G

The evolution of mobile technology is growing fast to the extent that we are talking about generations of the internet that won’t be settled until 20 years. 

In other words, we are still deploying 5G and people are thinking about 6G and 7G, with 6G taking the majority of research and industry 

Predictions claim that 6G should become a reality around 2035, meaning that people will start using it. There’s already some news we’ve covered of a 6G breakthrough in China, be sure to check that out for more information.  

The cellular wireless Generation (G) between 5g, 6g, and 7g refers to speed, system, frequency, and technology changes. Each generation has some standards, capacities, new features, etc., which differentiate it from the previous one. 

6G Succeeding 5G 

6G is the beneficiary of 5G cellular technology and will be able to use higher than 5G networks while offering higher capacity and much lower latency. 

Supporting one microsecond-latency communication is one of the goals of 6G internet. This is 1,000 times faster than one-millisecond throughput or 1/1000th of the latency. 

6G’s higher frequencies will enable faster sampling rates and deliver adequate throughput and higher data rates. Combining sub-mm waves (e.g., wavelengths smaller than one millimeter) and frequency selectivity to resolve relative electromagnetic absorption rates could potentially lead to advances in wireless sensing technology. 

What Is 7g? 

7G is the inescapable intelligent cellular technology that will succeed 5G and 6g, which will be able to provide substantially higher capacity and use higher frequencies and much lower latency in communications. The requirement of very high bandwidth, nearly non-existent latency and universal integration will be met by 7G. 

Societies always insist on more wireless and mobile computing requirements such as more e bandwidth, speed, connectivity, and overall potential. 

The 7G networks will offer the standards of data gathering and communication and are expected to boost massive improvements in Imaging, Data analytics, Location awareness, AGI (Artificial General Intelligence), and next-generation computation capabilities via HPC and quantum computing. 

In addition, the computational infrastructure of 7G will be able to autonomously decide the most suitable location for computing to happen, which will be mainly the mobile device itself, however this is not limited to informational computing happening through other electronic devices as well.  

The level of capacity will be unprecedented in 7G networks and extend the capabilities and scope of 7G applications in support of increasingly intelligent and innovative applications across wireless comprehension, sensing, and imaging.  

7 G’s higher frequencies will allow immensely better throughput. 

Edge and core computing will become much more seamlessly integrated as part of a combined communications/computation infrastructure framework by the time 7G networks are deployed.  

This will provide many advantages as 7G technology becomes operational, including improved access to artificial general intelligence (AGI) capabilities. With substantially more data created by 7G networks. 

7G will have profound implications for public safety and in addressing critical issues such as: 

  • Threat detection 
  • Crime control 
  • Mind reading 
  • Health monitoring 
  • Disaster preparedness 
  • Gas and toxicity sensing 
  • IoT device management 

7g Network Mobile Phone 

This type of cellular wireless communications will converge and integrate many formerly contrasting technologies, including AGI, Mind reading, Deep learning, Big data analytics, etc. 

In addition, the central communications network fabric will also change in parallel with new technologies converging with 7G.  

AGI will take center stage with 6G. There is a potential for a so-called “nanocore” to emerge as a standard computing core encompassing HPC and AI elements.  

Assuming this potential vision is realized, the nanocore will be a logical collection comprised of a web of computational resources shared by many networks and systems.  


Overall, what we know about 7G is very little and only speculations compared to the previous networks while knowing little about the division for 6G. 

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