FCC Opens Up Experimental Spectrum for 6G Testing [telecom]

By Bob Stott

The launch of 5G isn't even really a totally done deal yet, but that's not stopping U.S. regulators and tech companies from starting to turn their attention ahead to the next-next generation of wireless connectivity. As reported by CNET, the Federal Communications Commission unanimously voted this past Friday to begin opening up experimental "terahertz wave" spectrum that could eventually help pave the way for 6G products and services.

This particular spectrum falls in the 95 GHz to 3 THz range, whereas the 5G band sits between 6 GHz and 100 GHz.

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