All we know is that Google wants to test the 6GHz spectrum to “generate technical information about the practicality of these frequencies to provide reliable broadband connectivity.”. Google also said it expects the tests to start over the next 24 months and has applied to test in 26 towns in 17 states. The 17 states include Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, Nevada, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Texas, Utah and Virginia. < / P > < p > apart from that, the documents do not disclose more information. But there are many possibilities for Google to demand 6GHz spectrum. The phrase “provide a reliable broadband connection” may imply that Google wants to test a home Internet Service – say, a future service under Google fiber. < / P > < p > but Google may also use the 6GHz spectrum elsewhere. The FCC has just approved an unlicensed 6GHz spectrum, which can be used in many other places. For example, Wi Fi 6e routers may operate at 6GHz, and 6GHz can be used for vehicle to vehicle communication, and the latest 5g specification also implies that the 6GHz spectrum without authorization can be used in 5g cellular networks.