On-demand Webinar: Discover ST60 for contactless connectivity

Discover the ST60, ST's new 60-GHz transceiver enabling high-speed, low-power, short-range contactless connectivity

Recorded on August 2020 - Duration: 1 hour

The ST60 V-band transceiver enables high-speed and short-range contactless data communication up to 6.25Gbps, making it an ideal solution to replace widely used Ethernet-based connections. 

Highlighting the key benefits of the ST60 compared to other wireless technologies, we explain how to leverage the key features of the ST60 to solve many issues occurring in industrial applications and to ensure robust and reliable data transmission. 

Discover a world of possibilities for your product design and replace cables for board-to-board communication, enable connector-free solutions, and solve mechanical challenges.

The second half of the webinar includes practical hands-on demonstrations implementing contactless gigabit ethernet modules and evaluation kit.


  • Key features and advantages of an ST60 solution vs wireless technologies
  • Hands-on demonstration of contactless Ethernet communication using an ST60 transceiver
  • Overview of the ST60 evaluation kit
  • Conclusion and takeaways


Fabrice Gendreau

Fabrice is Business Development Manager for Microcontrollers & Digital ICs Group in EMEA region. He joined STMicroelectronics in 2003. Since 2018, Fabrice has been in charge of promotion of ST60 millimeter-wave transceiver product operating in the 60GHz V-Band.

Jerome Audu

Jerome is Software Application engineer for microcontrollers & digital ICs Group. He joined STMicroelctronics in 2000. Since 2017, Jerome has been in chage of the  development of applications boards to support promotion of ST60 milimeter-wave tranceiver product operating in 60GHz V-Band.

Tarik Abdelouhab

Tarik joined ST in 2000 and has since led validations on several set-top-box and modem front-ends. In 2018, Tarik joined AMC application team  and works on the validation of ST60 milimeter-wave transceiver product operating in the 60GHz V-Band.