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What is the difference between waveport and lumped port excitation? A lumped excitation is applied at a single mathematical point, it an be voltage or current A waveport is applied over a cross-sectional area. Such as the end/beginning of a transmission line on a PCB. You apply it like you would "see" the electrical field between line and GND ...


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I did some quick googling and landed on 47 CFR § 15.255 - Operation within the band 57-71 GHz at the excellent Cornell Law Legal Information Institute. I've quoted some excerpts that I think you'll find relevant: § 15.255 Operation within the band 57-71 GHz. (a)(2)... employed for fixed operation, or used as short-range devices for interactive motion ...


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