As we approach the year 2023, the 5G era has already been in full swing for over four to five years, with the research and testing of 6G technology steadily progressing. It is widely expected within the industry that by 2030, we will fully enter the era of 6G. In light of this, what are the design ideas and development directions for mobile signal blockers in the 6G era?
Evolution of Mobile Technology:
Looking back at the evolution of mobile technology, each upgrade from 2G to 3G, and then from 3G to 4G and 5G, has taken only 5-8 years. However, the transition from 5G to 6G is likely to span a period of more than 10 years. In the past, each upgrade introduced new frequency bands to meet the demand for higher internet speeds and wider bandwidth. Similarly, mobile signal blockers have adopted the approach of continuously adding and stacking multiple frequency bands to achieve complete coverage of all types of mobile signals, ensuring reliable blocking effects.
Coexistence of Different Signal Types:
In the current 5G era, although 4G and 5G signals dominate in urban areas, 2G and 3G signals remain the primary frequency bands for normal mobile communication in rural or open areas. Therefore, mobile signal blockers must consider all types of mobile signals, which means that a typical 5G mobile signal blocker now requires at least 10-12 signal blocking modules, each corresponding to a different mobile frequency band. With the advent of 6G mobile phones in the future, mobile signal blockers that support 6G must also keep up. The question is, how can they do so?
Anticipated Development Trends:
It is foreseeable that 6G will offer even faster internet speeds and wider bandwidth. This will inevitably lead to the utilization of higher frequency resources. Consequently, the future development trend for 6G mobile signal blockers will involve the addition of higher frequency 6G blocking modules. However, if we continue to simply increase the frequency bands as we have done in the past, the size of 6G mobile signal blockers will inevitably increase.
Design Approach and Development Direction:
As a professional manufacturer of mobile signal blockers with years of experience, we propose a design approach and development direction that focuses on future trends. We believe that it is essential to start planning for the future by incorporating design considerations in current 5G mobile signal blockers, allowing for the provision of assembly space for additional modules in the future. By doing so, when 6G modules are introduced, existing devices and modules can continue to be used, minimizing unnecessary waste.
In conclusion, the development of mobile signal blockers for the 6G era requires a forward-thinking approach. By anticipating future trends and incorporating design considerations in current 5G mobile signal blockers, we can ensure seamless integration of 6G modules without compromising the size and appearance of the devices. As we move towards the 6G era, it is crucial for manufacturers to adapt and innovate to meet the evolving needs of mobile communication technology.