Since Verizon, the American operator, started using 5G in 2018, the 5G era has been underway for more than four to five years, and the research and testing of 6G technology has been steadily advancing. The industry usually expects to fully enter the 6G era by 2030. So, what are the design ideas and development directions for mobile signal blockers in the 6G era?
Looking back at the time it took for mobile phones to upgrade from 2G to 3G, and then from 3G to 4G and 5G, each upgrade cycle is only 5-8 years. The time span for upgrading from 5G to 6G is likely to reach or even exceed 10 years Every previous upgrade has enabled a new frequency band to meet the needs of higher network speeds and wider bandwidth. The mobile signal blocker also adopts a method of continuously increasing and stacking multiple different frequency bands to achieve complete coverage of all mobile signal types and achieve reliable shielding effect.
In the current 5G era, due to the fact that the original 2G, 3G, and 4G signals have not yet been fully retired from the network, although 4G and 5G signals are mainstream in cities, in vast rural or open areas, 2G and 3G signals are still the main frequency bands for maintaining normal mobile communication.
Therefore, mobile phone interceptors must take into account all mobile phone signals, which means that a 5G mobile phone signal blocker usually needs to be equipped with at least 10-12 signal blocking modules, corresponding to different mobile phone standard frequency bands. After the release of future 6G phones, mobile phone blockers that support 6G must also follow up immediately. What is the method of follow-up? What can be predicted now is that the future 6G network speed will be faster and the bandwidth will be wider, which inevitably determines that higher frequency frequency resources may continue to be used in the future. Once this happens, the future 6G mobile phone signal blockers will also increase synchronously. The higher frequency 6G shielding module is an inevitable development trend.
However, if we simply increase the frequency band as in the past, it will inevitably increase the appearance and volume of the Micro Magic 6G phone signal jammer. Focusing on future development trends, start with the current 5G mobile phone signal blocker. Future module upgrades can reserve assembly space for new modules. After the release of the future 6G module, the original equipment and its modules can continue to be used without causing unnecessary waste.