60 GHz RF channels | channel-1,channel-2,channel-3,channel-4
This page mentions 60 GHz RF Channels viz. channel-1, channel-2, channel-3 and channel-4. It also mentions 60 GHz Frequency Allocations by Region viz. US, CANADA, Europe, South Korea, Japan, Australia and China.
What is 60GHz?
Following are the features of 60GHz frequency.
• This particular frequency falls in millimeter wave range (i.e. 30 GHz to 300 GHz) in the electromagnetic frequency spectrum.
• It falls in globally used unlicensed band viz. 57 to 66 GHz recently adopted across the world for commercial use for wireless communication.
• 60GHz wavelength is about 0.5 centimeters.
• It is also known as V-band frequency.
• It is used for low power and short distance communication.
• There four popular channels viz. each having about 2 GHz of bandwidth.
List of 60 GHz RF channels
Following table-1 mentions list of 60 GHz RF channels with start frequency, center frequency and stop frequency.
|Channel-ID||Start Frequency||Center Frequendcy||Stop Frequency|
|Channel-1||57.240 GHz||58.320 GHz||59.400 GHz|
|Channel-2||59.400 GHz||60.480 GHz||61.560 GHz|
|Channel-3||61.560 GHz||62.640 GHz||63.720 GHz|
|Channel-4||63.720 GHz||64.800 GHz||65.880 GHz|
Countrywise 60 GHz RF band allocations
Following table-2 mentions Countrywise list of 60 GHz RF band allocations along with EIRP (Effective Isotropic Radiated Power).
|Country||60 GHz Band||EIRP or (Pmax.)|
|US and Canada||57.05 to 64 GHz||40 dBm|
|Europe||57 to 66 GHz||43 dBm|
|South Korea||57 to 64 GHz||Pmax : (10 mWatt)|
|Japan||57 to 66 GHz||57 dBm|
|Australia||59.4 to 62.9 GHz||51.8 dBm|
|China||59 to 64 GHz|