MM-Wave Radio Spectrum Becomes Tangible 5G Path

NYU WIRELESS researchers are designing and validating technologies necessary for the millimeter-wave radio spectrum to create 5G wireless systems.

Research centers such as NYU WIRELESS are paving the way for Fifth-Generation (5G) wireless systems through their work in the millimeter-wave radio spectrum. The next generation of mobile services will bring higher speed and lower latency. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has already taken an important step by proposing new flexible rules for the 28-, 37-, 39-, and 64-71 GHz bands. This first step will certainly help the development of 5G in the United States.

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