This paper proposes an air interface for ultra high-speed millimeter wave (60 GHz) systems which have been under standardization process at IEEE 802.15.3c: the proposed channel plan permits ease of portable device implementation employing the major crystal oscillator used in CDMA cellar phones. The proposed transmission modes offer much greater scalability, covering from several tens Mbps to over 4 Gbps. The proposed preamble employs Golay codes, providing sufficient robustness against wireless environment being subject to the characteristics of millimeter wave with reduced hardware complexity. Common mode is a novel technique to communicate with single carrier (SC) and OFDM camps with multi rates up to around 1.5 Gbps. This technique gives the proposed systems easy expandability from SC to OFDM or other SCs and vice versa.