mmWave – The Cornerstone of a High-speed Connected World
Millimeter wave (mm-Wave) is the band of electromagnetic spectrum with wavelengths between 10mm (30 GHz) and 1mm (300 GHz). It is known as the extremely high frequency (EHF) band by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). Located between microwave and infrared waves on the spectrum, mm-Wave can be used for a variety of high-speed wireless communications applications, such as point-to-point back-haul links.
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