37/39 GHz

The 37/39 GHz frequency bands were made available by the FCC via Auction 103 in 2020, which sought to re-purpose legacy 39 GHz band spectrum (50/50 MHz licenses) to instead offer 100 MHz capacity on a contiguous basis, and incorporate the 37 GHz band under the new framework as well. 37 GHz (37.6 – 38.6 GHz) licenses are numbered M1 – M10, and 39 GHz (38.6 – 40.0 GHz) licenses are numbered N1 – N14. The 37/39 GHz bands, and other millimeter wave (“mmWave”) frequency bands, such as 24 and 28 GHz, will play a key role in 5G deployments under the new Upper Microwave Flexible Use License, “UMFUS”, designation. UMFUS bands are 3GPP standardized under the 5G New Radio (NR) guidelines, specifically in the “Frequency Range 2” (FR2) umbrella that includes mmWave frequencies.

Spectrum Summary

Overview

37 GHz (UMFUS) - Band Plan
39 GHz (UMFUS) - Band Plan

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    Industries and Applications

  1. Industries

    1. Consumer Cellular
    2. Oil, Gas and Pipeline Monitoring & Control

    Applications

    1. 5G
    2. Fixed Wireless Access
    3. Small Cell
    4. Smart City
  2. Equipment Manufacturers

  3. For more information, please inquire.

  4. Contact

  5. For more information, please contact:

    Andreas Bitzarakis

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