Since future 6G will operate at extremely low power levels, scientists have determined that the traditional energy leakage from the human body can be inexpensively harvested (ie, a 50 cent bracelet) and employed to run on-person 6G devices, pushing data to smart devices for further upload to the cloud. Furthermore, this could complete the Internet of Bodies pledge where humans in close proximity automatically form private networks to exchange data.
January 6, 2023
TN has examined this topic in detail several times. Ultimately, the only people who will be able to hop on the Internet, regardless of the entry point (5G, 6G, fiber optic, private of public WiFi) will first have to be definitively identified. This will require a personal, registered ID comparable to an electronic passport. No digital ID? You don’t use the Internet. Got ID? Every activity is tracked, catalogued and saved. The military is paving the way for this.
As noted below, one of the most powerful features of 5G is the ability to “slice” the spectrum into discrete communication pipelines. If 4G is compared to a congested 5 lane freeway, 5G could create a dedicated, empty lane for high-speed emergence vehicles. Already, discrete slices are being used by police, intel agencies, emergence services, private corporate communications and of course, the military itself.