Matching a Process to Application Demands (.PDF Download)

April 28, 2016

Millimeter-wave frequencies offer wide available bandwidth for short-range communications at high data rates. Today, due to the relentlessly increasing consumption of bandwidth for broadcast, wireless devices, and other applications at lower frequencies, millimeter-wave bands have been pushed into the spotlight. For instance, they are gaining significant footholds as possible solutions for backhaul data links from base stations in various fifth-generation (5G) cellular networks (still in the planning stages)...

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