Brown University joins mmW Coalition

December 6, 2020

Brown University has joined the MillimeterWave Coalition. This membership, initiated by Professor Mittleman and his group at Brown, enables the University to join other universities and companies in the effort to develop a favorable regulatory environment for systems employing terahertz radiation. According to the web page of the Coalition, "The mmWave Coalition is a group of innovative companies united in the objective of removing regulatory barriers to technologies and using frequencies ranging from 95 GHz to 450 GHz. The Coalition does not limit itself to supporting any particular use or technology but rather it is working to create a regulatory structure for these frequencies that would encompass all technologies and all possible uses, limited only by the constraints of physics, innovation, and the imagination."

The membership list of the Coalition can be found here.