6G mobile transmission technology 10-20 times faster than 5G reached in Chinese lab

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A Chinese lab said it has achieved a breakthrough in sixth generation (6G) mobile technology. The government-backed Purple Mountain Laboratories said in a statement on January 5, 2022, that a research team had achieved a wireless transmission speed of 206.25 gigabits per second, a world-record for real-time wireless transmission. The 6G speed recorded was about 10-20 times faster than current 5G technology in China.

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