extremely high frequency

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extremely high frequency

[ek′strēm·lē ′hī ′frē·kwən·sē]
(communications)
The frequency band from 30,000 to 300,000 megahertz in the radio spectrum. Abbreviated EHF.
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Intensity modulation is a method based on the laser source which directly modulates in mm wave range to an optical fiber.
The MZMs are arranged in a cascaded manner for the generation of mm wave signal.
In the externally modulated scheme MZM is used for the generation of mm wave and transmitted for a distance of 3 km through a single mode fiber.
This antenna is the preferred candidate for Mm Wave applications due to its wide bandwidth, low cross polarization and highly directive patterns.
At Mm wave frequencies waveguide devices are preferred; though their manufacturing process is challenging.
In some Mm wave applications, a wider beamwidth in the E-plane is also desired.
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The radio waves in this band have wavelengths that are in order of millimeters (mm), which is why the waves in this band are called millimeter waves, abbreviated as MM Waves.
However, the choice of antennas for Mm wave depends on the applications and the propagation environment.
The ETS antenna is the preferred candidate for Mm Wave applications due to its wide bandwidth, low cross polarization and high directive patterns [14].
Broadband Mm wave transmissions in the 60 GHz range enable WLAN/WPAN systems with regard to increasing data rates and faster performance.