by Doug Lung
“As evidenced by comments to the FCC’s inquiry on the use of spectrum above 24 GHz, there’s a lot of interest in this spectrum from just about every segment of the communications industry—except from broadcast and public safety/land mobile representatives.
Originally it was thought this spectrum would not be suitable to reach indoor devices. If you are wondering how such spectrum could be useful for mobile communications, comments on the FCC’s “Spectrum Frontiers Notice of Inquiry” (NOI)—which have been posted on the commission’s Electronic Comment Filing System (ECFS)—
from the New York Polytechnic University and attachments outline their research showing how it worked in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Comments from Samsung highlight that company’s research and studies on sharing and compatibility between mobile broadband and fixed systems using the bands above 24 GHz.”
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