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Anesa Hadžić ,
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Telekomunikacije, Fakultet politehničkih nauka, Internacionalni univerzitet Travnik , Travnik, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Goran Popović
Goran Popović

Telekomunikacije, Fakultet politehničkih nauka, Internacionalni univerzitet Travnik, Travnik, Bosnia and Herzegovina


In this paper, we will present mobile networks of the sixth generation, popularly called 6G. It is expected that this generation of mobile networks will cause a complete revolution in the world of technology but also the daily life of the people who use it. The 6G mobile network will not only be a continuation of the 5G mobile network, but will represent a completely new concept of integration of all existing and future segments of the idea of global networking. 6G networks are expected to reach significantly higher levels of heterogeneity than their predecessors and to support applications that are far more advanced than current mobile usage scenarios, such as virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR), ubiquitous instant communications, ubiquitous intelligence and Internet of Things (IoT). 6G should enable the full integration of wireless networks based on different technologies. A significant advantage of the 6G mobile network that will enable this is certainly the data rate, which will reach speeds of even 1TB/s. In addition, 6G mobile networks will enable extremely high coverage, negligible delay, high reliability and availability in almost all rural areas.

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Conceptualization, A.H. and G.P.; Validation, A.H. and G.P. All authors have read and agreed to the published version of the manuscript.


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