A silicon multiplexer chip has been developed for the 6G
Osaka / Adelaide: While 5G mobile service has been launched in only a few countries of the world, experts are gearing up to take communication technology to “6G” and beyond. Is.
Scientists from Japan and Australia are now conducting joint research to create a multiplexer chip for “6G” communication, which is made entirely of pure silicon.
Simply put, if data communication is possible at a speed of 20 gigabits per second through 5G, then the expected speed of a 6G connection is 50 times higher than 1,000 gigabits (one terabits) per second. Will be.
The “multiplexer” is especially important in data communication because it facilitates high-speed data transfer by distributing signals very quickly and combining them together in an orderly manner.