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GHzGigahertz (thousands of MHz)
GHzGigahertz
GHzGroene Hart Ziekenhuis (Dutch: Groene Hart Hospital; multiple locations, Netherlands)
GHzGalactic Habitable Zone
GHzGreen Hill Zone (gaming)
GHzGreenberger, Horne, and Zeilinger (statistical proof)
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At the millennium, oscilloscope maximum bandwidths were below 5 GHz. The ICs used in oscilloscopes was primarily silicon.
The AireLink 60 10 Gig sets a new benchmark in unlicensed 60 GHz spectrum solutions, providing an affordable alternative to 70 GHz and 80 GHz E-band licensed radios and the "lowest cost per bit" of any competing Gigabit capacity link in the industry in the 57 to 64 GHz V-band.
This paper investigates the effects of user finger's loading on the performance of mobile terminal antenna at 15, 28 and 60 GHz using simulations.
realized the polarization rotation modulation of the transmitted waves in three frequency bands of 9.82 GHz, 11.39 GHz, and 13.37 GHz by loading four symmetrical rotating open rings on both sides of the dielectric substrate [14].
Aerohive's AP250 and AP550 have both 802.11ac 5 GHz fixed and software-definable radios that can transmit on either the 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz band.
--10-17 GHz frequencies were allocated to the fixed-satellite service on a primary basis.
* A maximum input VSWR of 1.9 from 3 to 32 GHz and 2.5 from 32 to 40 GHz.
“The addition of these 60 GHz WR-15 antennas is a great complement to our growing lines of millimeter wave products that help address the emerging markets around 60 GHz technology,” says Gerry Camacho, Vice President of Technical Marketing at Pasternack.

The new millimeter wave antennas with a WR-15 waveguide flange as well as the 60 GHz transmit/receive development system are in-stock and available to ship from Pasternack now.
The resonator on the second layer (micro-strip layer) is introduced to generate the second passband ranging from 5.8 GHz to 5.88 GHz shown in Fig.
Measured results show that the proposed antenna is able to operate in triple-band and cover the 2.4/5.2/5.8 GHz WLAN bands and 2.5/3.5/5.5 GHz WiMAX bands.
A shadowing of 30 dB at 5.5 GHz can be experienced when a person cuts the LOS between the transmitting antenna and the receiving.