Summary: This paper presents the design and experimental evaluation of 60GHz small cell radio access based on IEEE 802.11ad/WiGig. The access point (AP) prototype used combines three RF modules with beamforming technology to provide 360° area coverage. In order to compensate for limited communication distance, multiple APs are employed to achieve wide area coverage. A handover algorithm suitable for IEEE 802.11ad/WiGig is employed to achieve flexible control of the cell coverage of each AP. As a proof of concept, a prototype system is set up at Narita International Airport and the capability of multiuser Gb/s wireless access is successfully demonstrated. In addition, the system behavior under stringent conditions is evaluated by load testing and throughput degradation due to co-channel and inter-channel interference is investigated.