FCC to approve 110GHz of new spectrum for mobile services

The FCC is today holding an open meeting at which it will “consider” – in effect is likely to approve – a Report and Order that proposes opening up a total of 11GHz of spectrum for mobile services. The proposal is for bands to be made available at the 28 GHz (27.5-28.35 GHz), 37 GHz (37-38.6 GHz), and 39 GHz (38.6-40 GHz) bands, and an unlicensed band at 64-71 GHz. Here’s how that looks: The proposal for licensed use in the…

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mmWave critical to future of 5G in USA

NYU Wireless makes 5G Channel Simulator software available for commercialised mmWave radio A 5G conference and workshop organised by US communications regulator the FCC has heard that Millimeter Wave (mmWave) frequencies are key to realising the promise of 5G networks. Speakers from NYU Wireless, Google, Verizon and and a clutch of vendors repeated the message that only frequencies in the mmWave bands provide wide enough channel bandwidth and propagation characteristics suitable to meet the future demands that wireless networks will…

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