6G technology is still in its early stages of development, but there has been significant progress in both hardware and software
One of the key challenges in developing 6G is the need for new hardware that can operate at higher frequencies and lower latency. In terms of hardware, 6G networks are expected to use terahertz (THz) frequencies, which are much higher than the frequencies used by current 5G networks. THz frequencies offer the potential for much higher data rates and lower latency, but they also pose a number of challenges, such as the need for smaller antennas and the difficulty of penetrating walls and other obstacles.
In addition to new hardware, 6G networks will also require new software to support the new features and capabilities. For example, 6G networks are expected to support massive machine-type communication (mMTC), which will require new software to manage the large number of devices that will be connected to the network.