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6G does not exist, yet it is already here – II

2. Spectrum efficiency Over the last 40 years, since the very first analogue wireless systems, researchers have managed to increase the spectral efficiency, that is to pack more and more information in the radio waves. Actually, with the 4G they have reached the Shannon limit. Shannon (and Hartley) found a …

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Taking a fresh look at 5G – Technology enablers I

Technology Enablers ICT (Information Communications Technology) has made a significant progress in these last 10 years.  10 years is the usual time it takes for developing a new wireless technology, whose whole life cycle is around 30 years, 10 of development and 20 in operation. In terms of processing power …

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