Straight Path Ventures Successfully Demonstrates a 39 GHz Transceiver Prototype

GLEN ALLEN, Va.--()--Straight Path Communications Inc. (NYSE MKT: STRP), today announced that its Straight Path Ventures subsidiary successfully demonstrated a 39 GHz 5G Transceiver prototype at its Gigabit Mobility Lab in Plano, Texas.

The prototype unit supports the entire 39 GHz band. The indoor test demonstrated the wireless transmission of a 500MHz wideband signal with 64-QAM modulation and beamforming.

Each unit consists of 144 antenna elements (72 for transmitter and 72 for receiver) and 8 transceiver chains. Each transceiver unit provides 90-degree sector coverage and can dynamically form beams with half-power-beam-width as low as 10 degrees within coverage. The prototype has a compact form factor (12” x 8” x 5.5”), weighs less than 7 lbs., and consumes less than 100 watts.

Straight Path’s CTO, Jerry Pi stated, “This test successfully demonstrated the feasibility of our transceiver design. We will now focus on improving key performance metrics and optimizing the mechanical design to move toward a commercially viable product that will meet industry expectations as to performance, cost, and reliability.”

Davidi Jonas, Straight Path’s CEO, added, “We are excited about this ground-breaking achievement. We look forward to collaborating with industry partners to further advance 5G technology in the 39 GHz band.”

A brief video of the demonstration has been uploaded and is available at:

As the transceiver is only in the developmental stage, there are no guarantees that the efforts will result in the development of a commercially viable product, and Straight Path may discontinue development at any time as results and prospects warrant.

About Straight Path Communications Inc.

Straight Path (NYSE MKT: STRP) holds, leases, and markets its extensive holdings of 39 GHz and 28 GHz wireless spectrum licenses through its Straight Path Spectrum subsidiary. Straight Path is developing next generation wireless technology through its Straight Path Ventures subsidiary. Straight Path holds, licenses, and conducts other business related to certain patents through its Straight Path IP Group subsidiary. Additional information is available on Straight Path’s websites:
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Straight Path Communications Inc.
Yonatan Cantor, 804-433-1523



Straight Path Communications Inc.
Yonatan Cantor, 804-433-1523