Experts are discussing options for a new mobile communication standard - 6G, which unites industrial and consumer smart devices and makes interactive cellular television a reality. And satellite Internet will move base stations into space, and we will get rid of wires forever.
Many articles about the next generation of communication begin with these inspiring words.
Do I understand correctly that despite the almost absent introduction of 5g, the development of a new standard is already in full swing?
On the one hand, activists and alarmists tell us about Kessler's syndrome, and that it's time to start getting rid of space debris in orbit. On the other hand, all of our latest technologies are in one way or another associated with sending more and more satellites.
So who's right? And is there any golden mean between these concepts?