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China 6G patent application accounts for 40.3%, the world's first

via:新浪科技     time:2021/9/17 17:01:18     readed:91

Wen / Observer Network Lu Dong Edited / Zhou Yuanfang

"We have studied 6G is precautions, grab a patent position, don't wait until 6G is really useful, we don't have patents." Recently, when he spent the internal speech, we pointed out to the employee "Focus 5G and desperately study The reason for 6G.

Ren Zheng did not just fall, "Nikkei Asia Comments" released on September 16th showed that China's 6G technical patent application is currently ranked first in the world, accounting for 40.3%, and the Japanese and Japan have followed. But the number of patents added to China.

After China's 5G patent has transe behind China, the United States has an attempt to hinder the development of China's communication technology through the ban on high-end chips and equipment in the past two years. However, senior officials of the International Telecom Alliance clearly pointed out that China excluded from 6G standard discussions and is not realistic.

《日经亚洲评论》报道截图"Nikkei Asia Comments" report screenshot

According to "Nikkei Asia Comments", the agency cooperates with Tokyo Investigation Company "Network Investigation", in 9 6G core technical fields such as communication technology, quantum technology, base station and artificial intelligence, has been registered according to national and regional. About 20,000 patents are being applied.

According to the survey report, China took the list of 40.3% of 6G patent applications, the United States followed by 35.2%, Japan's ratio of 9.9% is the third, followed by Europe (8.9%) and South Korea ( 4.2%).

The report pointed out that 6G speed is expected to be more than 5G, the application scenario includes automatic driving, HD virtual reality, etc. Large speech.

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