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Chinese researchers set their sights on 6G

By Guardian Exclusive
13 November 2019   |   11:40 am
China has announced that it has officially started to research work on the 6G telecommunications technology. They have formed a research and development promotion group and an expert group to actualise the 6G initiative.

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