A novel technology to manage demands on mobile networks from multiple users using Terahertz frequencies has been developed by University of Leicester computer scientists.
As we see an explosion of devices joining the "internet of things," this solution could not only improve speed and power consumption for users of mobile devices but could also help reap the benefits from the next generation of mobile technologies, 6G.
They have detailed the technology in a new study in IEEE Transactions on Communications.
Demands on the UK's mobile telecommunications network are growing, with Mobile UK estimating that twenty-five million devices are connected to mobile networks, a number expected to rise to thirty billion by 2030. As the 'internet of things' grows, more and more technology will be competing for access to those networks.
State-of-the-art telecommunication technologies have been established for current applications in 5G, but with increasing ...
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