Millimeter wave (MM-wave)

Millimeter wave refers to the lightly-licensed 70/80/90 GHz bands that require link registration through a Database Manager. Links receive interference protection on first-come, first-served basis.

Frequency bands
71–76 GHz 81–86 GHz 92–95 GHz

Millimeter wave (MM-wave)

Millimeter wave refers to the lightly-licensed 70/80/90 GHz bands that require link registration through a Database Manager. Links receive interference protection on first-come, first-served basis.

The 71–76, 81–86 and 92–95 GHz bands are used for point-to-point high-bandwidth communication links. These higher frequencies do not suffer from oxygen absorption, and today’s range of radio products offer reliable data throughput from 1 to 40 Gbps.

In the United States a nationwide millimeter wave license from the FCC is required to register millimeter wave links in the 70/80/90 GHz band. License applications are typically granted within one business day for private commercial uses.

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