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6G or not 6G? That is the question

6G or not 6G? That is the question Rearview A regular column on the information industries Peter Curwen and Jason Whalley Peter Curwen is a gentleman scholar is expected to become s also under consideration. One based in Leeds, UK. some kind of a reality in problem, however, is that in such high 6G Jason Whalley is based at Newcastle 2030, thereby bands, the signal can only travel a Business School, Northumbria maintaining the roughly ten-year gap few feet before weakening, needs a University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. between generations of mobile clear line of sight and cannot pass telephony, although, as with previous through obstacles. Hence, it is generations, there is a tendency in effectively useful only for machine-to- some quarters to specify an machine communication in confined intermediate stage – in this case spaces. branded “5.5 G”. As yet, little is known A wider problem is that, similar to its for certain as to what form 6G will generational precursors, 6G needs to take, but a consensus appears to be evolve via a process of forming around the idea that it will standardisation that has, up to and unify the experience across physical, including 5G, involved collaboration digital and biological worlds – that is, between http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Digital Policy, Regulation and Governance Emerald Publishing

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
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© Emerald Publishing Limited
ISSN
2398-5038
DOI
10.1108/dprg-03-2021-179
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Abstract

Rearview A regular column on the information industries Peter Curwen and Jason Whalley Peter Curwen is a gentleman scholar is expected to become s also under consideration. One based in Leeds, UK. some kind of a reality in problem, however, is that in such high 6G Jason Whalley is based at Newcastle 2030, thereby bands, the signal can only travel a Business School, Northumbria maintaining the roughly ten-year gap few feet before weakening, needs a University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. between generations of mobile clear line of sight and cannot pass telephony, although, as with previous through obstacles. Hence, it is generations, there is a tendency in effectively useful only for machine-to- some quarters to specify an machine communication in confined intermediate stage – in this case spaces. branded “5.5 G”. As yet, little is known A wider problem is that, similar to its for certain as to what form 6G will generational precursors, 6G needs to take, but a consensus appears to be evolve via a process of forming around the idea that it will standardisation that has, up to and unify the experience across physical, including 5G, involved collaboration digital and biological worlds – that is, between

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Digital Policy, Regulation and GovernanceEmerald Publishing

Published: Aug 12, 2021

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