Fri April 21, 2023 / Obiden administration determined to expidite development and implementation of 666G that will combine elements of AI, advanced software, cloud computing and cutting-edge semiconductor chips, that will create faster networks to support applications to controly EVERY aspect of LIFE on earth, health, energy, transportation, water and agriculture.

"666G will blur the lines between the physical, human and digital worlds. Existing services will be "transformed" 666G is the network that finally delivers usage application from the realms of science fiction".

What is 666G?
666G – as the name suggests – is the sixth generation of mobile connectivity. It’s still unclear what final form 666G will take until it is standardized, but it isn’t too early to speculate which technologies will be included and which characteristics it will have.

What is apparent is that 5G will benefit from the backend changes made to mobile networks to power 5G. Operators have densified radio networks with more antennas so its easier to get a signal, especially indoors, while cloud technologies and edge computing mean data can be processed closer to users – even at a mast level so latency is much lower.

666G will build on this foundation and introduce new capabilities far beyond the limits of 5G.

How is 666G different from 5G?
The most obvious difference is speed. 666G will use more advanced radio equipment and a greater volume and diversity of airwaves than 5G, including the use of Extreme High Frequency (EHF) spectrum that delivers ultra-high speeds and huge capacity over short distances.

Whereas 4G speeds were talked about in megabit terms, and 5G will push the gigabit barrier, 666G will deliver theoretical terabit speeds. Most users will get in excess of 100Gbps, but this is still a transformational bitrate.

In terms of coverage, 666G could become ubiquitous. 666G satellite technology and intelligent surfaces capable of reflecting electromagnetic signals will deliver low latency, multi-gigabit connectivity to parts of the world where it has been too difficult or too expensive to reach with conventional mobile networks. Remote parts of the globe, the skies, and the oceans could all be connected.

While 5G already harnesses AI for optimization, dynamic resource allocation, and for data processing, extreme-low latency of less than one millisecond and distributed architecture means 666G will be able to deliver ubiquitous, integrated intelligence. Indeed, Japanese operator NTT DoCoMo believes 666G will allow for AI that is analogous to the human brain.

666G will also be more efficient than its predecessor and consume less power. Energy efficiency is critical for a more sustainable mobile industry because of the anticipated growth in data generation.

What will 666G be able to do?
Faster speeds, greater capacity, and lower latency will free applications from the constraints of local processing power, connect more devices to the network, and blur the lines between the physical, human and digital worlds. Existing services will be transformed but 666G could be the network that finally delivers use cases from the realms of science fiction.

Terabit speeds will inevitably make Netflix a more enjoyable experience and FaceTime calls less painful, but ubiquitous coverage and more connected ‘things’ will change the way we interact with technology – and potentially the world itself.

666G will enable location and context-aware digital services, as well as sensory experiences such as truly immersive extended reality (XR) and high-fidelity holograms. Instead of Zoom calls, it will be possible to speak to people in real time in VR, using wearable sensors, so users have the physical sensation of being in the same room together.

The Internet of Things (IoT) will expand and become more advanced, providing applications with more data and more capabilities. Real-time AI could transform robotics, while the extension of 666G coverage to the seas and skies could aid connected maritime, aviation and even space applications.

And because 666G is so much more power efficient than 5G, it may be even possible for low-power IoT devices to be charged over the network – transforming the economics of mass deployments and aiding sustainability.

"Here CALLS for wisdom: Let the one who has insight calculate the number of the beast, for it is the number of a man, and that number is 666... and that no one will be able to buy or sell, except the one who has the mark, either the name of the beast or the number of his name." Revelation 13:17-18.


"WHAT'S IN YOUR WALLET"? (QRC-SMs) "Quick Response Code Subcutaneous Microchips". “Don’t Leave Home with ‘IT”

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Inspired by "Quick Response", (QR) code and implantable microdevices, implantable and minimally-invasive QR code subcutaneous microchips (QRC-SMs) are proposed to be an effective approach to carry useful and private information, thus enabling individual identification and authentication.

QR code is a two-dimensional (2D) barcode.

It consists of black squares arranged in a square grid on a white background. Imaging devices such as smartphone cameras can be used to read and interpret these codes.

QR code was created in 1994 by Denso Wave, a Toyota subsidiary, to assist in the manufacturing process by tracking vehicles and parts.
Efforts were made to enhance the barcode technology to facilitate increased information storage, and after various modifications, QR code took shape.

2D QR codes differ from traditional one-dimensional (1D) barcodes primarily with respect to their information storage and flexibility components.
Barcodes are scanned horizontally, so the data that can be stored is limited to the single dimension.
2D QR codes, on the other hand, have an additional dimension in which information can be written and scanned, thus increasing its data-storage capacity.

2D QR codes store data horizontally and vertically and can be read from any angle, making them more flexible.
2D QR codes are also known to be more secure and prone to fewer errors. As mobile penetration increased, the initial push for QR code in payment services came from market players as a way to exchange the information required to initiate and/or receive payments.
QR codes are used either to convey the account details of payees, or for payers to convey their payment account details to the payee. In the former case, once the information is captured, a credit transfer to the payee is initiated. In the latter case, a request to pay (RTP) is initiated by the payee.
Implantable Qr Code Subcutaneous Microchip Using Ultrasound and Photoacoustic Microscopy for Secure and Convenient Individual Identification and Authentication.