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Advantages of Holographic Radio | Disadvantages of Holographic Radio

This page covers advantages and disadvantages of Holographic Radio System. It mentions benefits or advantages of Holographic Radio and drawbacks or disadvantages of Holographic Radio.

What is Holographic Radio ?

Like Light waves, holographic radio waves use EM (Electromagnetic) Waves. Hence it is similar to optical holography. It requires aperture antenna array in order to continuously receive the EM waves and to measure its wavefront phase.

Holographic Radio System
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As we know holography records EM field in the space based on interference principle of EM waves. The figure-1 depicts block diagram of holographic radio system. As shown it uses antenna array, modulator array, optical processor & Photonic AI and detector array.

The target EM field is reconstructed by information recorded with the help of interference oof reference/signal waves. It can be used to obtain RF (Radio Frequency) holography, spatial spectral holography, spatial wave field synthesis etc.

It can also regulate EM field of entire physical space precisely in fully closed loop.

Benefits or advantages of Holographic Radio

Following are the benefits or advantages of Holographic Radio:
➨It increases efficiency of spatial multiplexing significantly.
➨It improves spectral efficiency significantly.
➨It improves network capacity.
➨It realizes RF convergence of imaging, positioning and wireless communications.

Drawbacks or disadvantages of Holographic Radio

Following are the challenges or drawbacks or disadvantages of Holographic Radio:
➨It requires low latency, highly reliable and scalable AI architecture in order to process massive data generated in holographic radio system.

Reference : Potential Key Technologies for 6G Mobile Communications
By Yuan Yifei, Zhao Yajun, Zong Baiqing and Parolari Sergio

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