Introduction to 5G Network Engineering - Unit 4: Using Millimetre Waves
This unit focuses on the use of millimetre waves (mmWaves) in the context of cellular systems. It highlights the primary differences with the traditional use of the UHF band for cellular (including antenna arrays, propagation, atmospheric absorption effects, penetration and foliage losses), in order to build a picture of the advantages, disadvantages and main implications of using mmWaves.
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• Compare with clarity mmWaves and cmWaves / UHF band in terms of overall propagation, absorption, penetration and foliage losses
• Highlight the impact of the above comparison on both the technical deployment and business case (in terms of shared spectrum and resources)