Welcome to the official website for the mmMAGIC project. The mmMAGIC project was at the forefront of the research and development of novel radio access technologies (RAT) at the millimetre-wave (mm-wave) frequency bands (6-100 GHz). The work carried out in mmMAGIC covered a wide range of technologies in the mm-wave field, from the identification of use cases, requirements, and spectrum suitability, to a holistic mmMAGIC system concept, integrating extensive key technical solutions developed in the project across the physical and network layers. In addition, the mmMAGIC visualisation tool and techno-economic assessment provided a solid understanding of 5G capabilities and practicality in various mm-wave scenarios and network deployments. You can follow more details on the project on a summary of the project achievements.


The mmMAGIC project was co-funded by the European Commission’s 5G PPP program, bringing together major infrastructure vendors (Samsung, Ericsson, Alcatel-Lucent, Huawei, Intel, Nokia), major European operators (Orange, Telefonica), leading research institutes and universities (Fraunhofer HHI, CEA LETI, IMDEA Networks, Universities Aalto, Bristol, Chalmers and Dresden), measurement equipment vendors (Keysight Technologies, Rohde & Schwarz) and one SME (Qamcom).

mmMAGIC was led and coordinated by Samsung. Ericsson acted as technical manager while Intel, Fraunhofer HHI, Nokia, Huawei and Samsung each led one of the five technical work packages of the project.