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Nehad Gaši Orcid logo ,
Nehad Gaši
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IT, Information technology, International University of Travnik,

Bakir Čičak Orcid logo ,
Bakir Čičak
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IT, Faculty of Information Technologies, Vitez University, Vitez, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Almira Salkić
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IT, Faculty of nformation technology, International university of Travnik, Travnik, Trinidad Tobago


6G stands for the sixth generation of mobile networks, which represents the future of wireless communication. While 5G networks are still being developed and expanded around the world, the industry is already thinking about the next generation to meet the needs of the accelerated digital transformation and the demands of modern society. 6G networks will be even faster, more reliable, with lower latency and higher capacity than their predecessors. It is expected to deliver incredible data transfer speeds of terabytes per second, enabling instant downloads of large files and supporting technologies such as virtual and augmented reality, artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, Internet of Things (IoT) devices and other advanced applications.. One key features of 6G networks will be greater connectivity between people, machines and things, creating an intelligent network that will enable highly sophisticated communication scenarios. 6G networks are expected to provide the possibility of continuous connectivity with high quality of service, even in difficult environments such as rural areas, inside buildings or in motion. 6G networks will use multiple frequency bands, including terahertz frequencies, which will allow for greater capacity and higher data transfer speeds. It will also require advanced use of antenna systems, such as massive multiplexed antennas (Massive MIMO), in order to achieve a high degree of wireless efficiency. However, it is important to note that the 6G network is still in the research and development phase. Standardization and commercial implementation are expected only after 2030. Industry,

Keywords: 6G, networks, future, IoT, transfer, industry, standardization

Author Contributions

Conceptualization, N.G., B.Č. and A.S.; Data curation, N.G. and B.Č.; Project administration, N.G. and B.Č.; Writing – original draft, N.G., B.Č. and A.S.; Writing – review & editing, N.G. and B.Č. All authors have read and agreed to the published version of the manuscript.


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