Quadrature spatial modulation (QSM) using frequency modulated diverse retrospective array (FMD-RDA) is put forward to achieve green transmission paradigm shift fromphasedarray- based arrangement. Up to date, the QSM techniques have employed phased-array, but only angular focusing direction is possible without range focusing direction. On the other hand, millimeter-wave (mmWave) scheme is suggested as an alternative approach for fifth-generation because of large bandwidth spectrum. Therefore, this paper studies green secure communication range-angle focusing QSM FMD-RDA in mmWave wireless communication. InFMD-RDA, a small frequency increment is included across the RDA elements to decouple range-angle focusing. More importantly, an attractive advantage of using FMD-RDA is the automatic self tracking feature which alleviate transmitter/receiver’s channel state information (CSI) requirement. To ensure secure transmission, we exploit physical layer security to degrade the channel quality of the eavesdropper. Furthermore, low complexity greedy detector is devised to retrieved the information bits at the receiver. We also derived pair-wise error probability, and analyze secrecy sum rate and energy transfer capability. The reported simulation results demonstrate that the proposed scheme is effective in improving the spectral efficiency with low complexity and no CSI requirement.