More about "40 GHz"
New Google Research Note: Wi-Fi is the tip of the iceberg

Google is known as a Wi-Fi advocate, but its spectrum policy ambitions go much further. Cheap and ubiquitous Wi-Fi supports its internet business, led by its domination of the search market, but Google has a growing range of products which use the same bands. These include Google routers; the Nest… Read more...

WRC-19 makes a new possible 5G band: 10 – 10.5 GHz

When the world's regulators met in Egypt last year to discuss the agenda for WRC-23, it was widely thought that there will be a discussion of potential IMT identifications in frequencies between 3.3 GHz and 24 GHz. As with every compromise, not everyone got what they wanted. The satellite and… Read more...

The implications of WRC-19 for 5G
Feb 17, 2020
by Catherine Viola

Controversy, compromise, and consensus: the latest World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-19) at Sharm el-Sheikh had it all. Credit must go to the 3400 delegates from 165 ITU member states for their efforts not just over the four weeks of the conference, but throughout the preceding four years of preparatory studies and… Read more...

Countdown to WRC-19: progress on the 5G mmWave bands

WRC-19 will consider identifying 11 possible bands between 24-86 GHz for 5G and opinions so far show that two are receiving the most backing: 26 GHz and 40 GHz. However, support for 26 GHz  is subject to ongoing studies regarding downlinks for earth observation data and the range of frequencies… Read more...