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With the multitude of mobile communication devices supporting users, it is natural to expect that these devices would work ubiquitously anywhere and any time with high data rate support. 60 GHz is an obvious choice for the high data rate indoor communication. In this paper we present an holistic analytical model of 60 GHz link stability for indoor wireless networks. The model is built considering the indoor channel characteristics of 60 GHz radio, the antenna configuration and the mobility of persons. Also, we take an example to show the relevance of our model and its applicability in numerical evaluation.