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While the rest of the world remains in its 4G mobile network with some has tried to cope with 5G technology, Chinese lab recently announced that it reached another milestone for its 6G mobile communications technology. 

A government-backed institute called Purple Mountain Laboratories said on Wednesday that its team has achieved a sixth generation (6G) wireless transmission to a speed of 206.25 gigabits per second for a first time in a lab result.

The report noted that the achievement has a wide range of application, as it can be integrated with exiting fiber optical networks to expand 100-1000 Gbps outdoor and indoor ultra-high-speed wireless access, replace the existing mobile network fiber optical networks to achieve rapid deployment, and replace the huge amount of cables in the data center to significantly reduce costs and power consumption, according to a report by Chinese paper Global Times.

"The achievement is very much in line with the country's technology development direction and further secures China's leading position in the wireless communication sector," Xiang Ligang, director-general of the telecom industry association Information Consumption Alliance, told the Global Times on Wednesday.

Adopting the photonic terahertz technology route, that is generating terahertz signals through two higher-frequency lightwave beat frequencies, a single-wavelength net rate of 103.125Gbps and a dual-wavelength net rate of 206.25Gbps was achieved for the first time in real-time wireless transmission, the laboratory said.

Terahertz wireless communication is considered to be the core technology of 6G networks. 

The terahertz frequency band, ranging from 300GHz to 3THz, is rich in frequency resources, which can support 100Gbps-1Tbps (terabits per second, which is equal to 1,000Gbps) ultra-high-speed wireless communication.

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