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40 GHz (September 2019)
Jan 16, 2020
by Toby Youell

The frequencies around 40 GHz are second tier mmWave 5G bands, regarded as less of a priority than 26 or 28 GHz. The end of 2019 will see their consideration at WRC-19 and an auction in the USA. Read more...

47 GHz (September 2019)
Jan 16, 2020
by Toby Youell

A series of bands in this range will be considered for IMT at WRC-19. The only segment to attract significant interest is the 47.2 – 48.2 GHz band, which the FCC will sell at the end of 2019. Read more...

70 GHz (September 2019)
Jan 16, 2020
by Toby Youell

The mobile industry is promoting IMT identifications in 70 GHz band (66 – 71 GHz), but the unlicensed community wants to expand Wi-Gig usage into this range. Read more...

47 GHz (2020)
Jan 16, 2020
by Toby Youell

WRC-19 agreed to identify the 45.5 – 47 GHz and 47.2 – 48.2 GHz bands for IMT, the latter is also being auctioned in the US. Read more...

71 – 76 and 81 – 86 GHz (September 2019)
Jan 15, 2020
by Toby Youell

Both 71 – 76 GHz and 81 – 86 GHz are technically under consideration for an IMT identification at WRC-19 but the ITU regional organisation has asked for them to be withdrawn. Some countries are focussing regulatory efforts for the band on fixed links. Read more...

4.5 GHz
Jan 12, 2018
by Richard Handford

A number of countries are looking at 4.5 GHz  as a possible 5G band. Japan, its most serious supporter, plans to allocate the frequencies in March 2019. Other interested countries include China, Korea, Myanmar and Taiwan. Read more...

40 – 50 GHz (2017 entry)
Oct 17, 2017
by Patrick Gahan

7.7 GHz in 40-50 GHz was identified for possible 5G usage at WRC-15 with wide support from both the mobile industry and its traditional foes. With the wide bandwidth available that makes the chosen bands very promising prospects. Industry support is concentrated at the lower end of the band Read more...

80 – 90 GHz (2017 entry)
Oct 12, 2017
by Patrick Gahan

81-86 GHz is likely to be identified as a future 5G band - it is being studied by the ITU and has been proposed for release in the USA. Few voices have been raised in opposition but the band lacks strong advocates in the vendor community. Read more...