There is widespread recognition that mmWave frequencies offer great promise for many wireless applications that will assist in enhancing U.S. infrastructure, expanding broadband services in rural areas, bringing new vertical industries to the communications network, and maintaining U.S. leadership and economic competitiveness.
Matching this recognition is a significant effort among academic, industry and government leaders to develop and test new wireless technologies and services, including efforts by the Federal Communications Commission to embed 5G and beyond deeply in frequencies above 24 GHz.
Despite this recognition and these efforts, frequencies above 95 GHz are seriously under-developed in the U.S. because of a lack of an adequate regulatory framework for their use.
The Wireless Communications Alliance invites you to listen in as a selected panel of experts explore the regulation and use of the spectrum assigned to 95 GHz and above – which may even lead to 6G.
Join us on Zoom:
Meeting ID: 851 4550 9540, Passcode: 400981