What are the current applications of millimeter wave? Here are some of them

Scene 1: Conference center network coverage

I'm sure many people who have visited an exhibition have experienced that for people who visit large exhibitions, the on-site network coverage is always very poor, but millimeter wave can solve this problem very well.

Of course, 5g mmWave in the low-density development of the conference service center, millimeter wave has also been a good application.

The total area ratio of about 180,000 square feet of low-density regional conference research center, the same can be 5G new-space millimeter wave gNodeB antenna and the existing Wi-Fi access point co-location way.

The 28GHz band provides significantly improved coverage, with downlink coverage of 87% and MAPL of 115dB, and uplink coverage of 92% and MAPL of 117dB.

The millimeter wave technology in the 25 GHz band was successfully used to achieve comprehensive network development coverage in conference service centers of different enterprise sizes.

Scenario 2: Indoor Stadium Network Coverage Forecast

The network coverage of a venue (e.g., a stadium). For a large indoor stadium with a total area of about 3000 square feet, the aisle antenna location (> height installation) is used to provide the best millimeter wave coverage.

Again, in the 28 GHz band, the downlink and uplink coverage is 100%, where the downlink MAPL is 110 dB and the uplink MAPL is 112 dB.

Scenario 3: Network Coverage for Indoor Enterprise Scenes

The deployment of 5G new-space millimeter wave in indoor enterprise scenes can achieve network coverage comparable to current Wi-Fi by simply using 1:1 or partial co-location, enabling high-speed transmission in 5G networks.