Abstract

W-band (75–110 GHz) is a potential radio frequency band to provide long-distance wireless links for mobile data transmission. We proposed a high-speed long-distance wireless transmission link at W-band based on some enabling technologies and advanced devices, such as antenna polarization multiplexing combined with multiple-input multiple-output, large-gain/high-power W-band electrical amplifiers, high-gain small-beamwidth Cassegrain antennas, and wideband optical/electrical components. We experimentally demonstrated that our proposed wireless transmission link can realize up to 1.7-km wireless delivery of 20-Gb/s@85.5-GHz millimeter-wave signal with a bit-error rate less than $3.8 \times 10^{-3}$ .

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