The challenges faced by countries around the world in developing 6G technology. These challenges include:
- The need for new spectrum: 6G networks will require a new spectrum that is not currently available.
- The need for new hardware: 6G networks will require new hardware that can operate at higher frequencies and lower latency.
- The need for new software: 6G networks will require new software that can support the high data rates and low latency of 6G networks.
Despite these challenges, countries around the world have made significant capital investments in the development and commercialization of 6G technology, with many leading companies investing heavily in this technology.
Comparison of leading countries in the world’s 6G technology at present:
|Country||6G research and development progress||Challenges|
|China||Leading the world||Need for new spectrum, hardware, and software|
|South Korea||Investing heavily in research and development||Lack of funding|
|United States||Investing in research and development||The slow pace of research and development|
|Japan||Investing in research and development||Lack of skilled workers|
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It is still too early to say which country will ultimately lead the development of 6G. However, the countries listed above are all well-positioned to benefit from the development of this technology.