6g signals can be hacked from paper and metal sheets
Texas: A engineer has just created a device with the help of a common paper, printer and metal layer that can hear or disrupt certain 6G phone network signals.
Engineer Zanbil Shekhanov, affiliated with Rice University, has named it as ‘Meta Surface in the Middle’, which can send high -free quenching of the 6G wireless network to the other direction, also known as the ‘Pencil Beam’ in the technical language. – He will also perform hacking at a conference on computer and mobile phone security in San Antonio, along with his team.
Another expert, Edward Nightley, said that the free quincals he could hack, he would not use it yet, but he would certainly be used in the future. Therefore, it is important to review future concerns and security measures.
The metasthaques made of paper and metal sheet can turn the other side of the 150 GHz Pengen’s beam between the two users.
Although 150 GHz wireless network -free quench is not yet used, it is expected that their use will become common for the next ten years. That is why experts are warning prematurely.