#ThinkSix - Spectrum for 6G

Which frequencies from 7.125 GHz to 24.25 GHz are being considered for 6G?

The frequency range from 7.125 GHz to 24.25 GHz is attracting attention as possible additional spectrum for 6G, and is already being unofficially referred to as FR3. The wavelength is attractive as compared to FR2 frequencies it is less susceptible to attenuation, simplifying coverage, and includes enough unallocated frequencies to support wider channels than FR1 (100 MHz). Recently formed industry alliances worldwide have formed spectrum working groups, that are beginning to analyze which frequencies within this range are free or less occupied, allowing coexistence scenarios, and what are potential interference issues with adjacent spectrum. This video runs through the frequencies from 7.125 GHz to 24.25 GHz, highlighting the bands with the maximum potential for next-generation wireless services.

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