He is president and CEO of J. Lee Associates, Inc. The author of more than 70 technical articles and professional papers. Leonard E. Miller earned his Ph. Miller is vice president of research at J. He has more than 30 years of experience in signal detection and electronic countermeasures, signal processing design, and electronic defense systems. What are the 3Ps when it comes to spectrum and how do these distinctions matter? Why does the licensing of Spectrum matter to innovation? This talk will touch on these broad questions and hopefully bring some understanding of spectrum use.
Reza has worked in the test and measurement business for more than 25 years. Reza currently serves as a senior manager of product line management for Viavi Solutions. Emerging 5G services pose new requirements for the transport networks.
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Drastic rise in bandwidth and ultra-low latency constitute two important aspects of these requirements. Addressing them necessitates a new split of functions in radio access networks. This presentation will start by listing the new requirements and challenges of current transport technologies, and focuses on describing the split options and related service level agreements. The significant growth in the global urban population is expected to drive economic development, quality of life, technology development, resource conservation, and sustainability initiatives.
The urban population growth may also strain current capabilities as cities adjust to meet growing demands. Cities will need to evolve to attract and retain residents, businesses, and visitors. Ecosystems will need to adapt and become smarter to drive cross-industry improvements in transportation, energy and utilities, healthcare, public safety, tourism, etc.
Smart Cities is based on a connected ecosystem of ecosystems where the underlying communications infrastructure is critical.
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The combined satellite, 5G, and wireless local area network WLAN communications will help create new applications and provide greater operational efficiencies for existing applications. Ecosystems will evolve to drive cross-industry applications such as Connected Vehicles, Smart Grids, Connected Healthcare, and Connected Workforce, etc. This presentation will highlight strategy development, governance and structure, 5G use case categories and technical drivers, and roadmap development considerations for Smart Cities. Ambitious targets have been set for 5G, with data rates up to 20 Gbps and capacity increased by 1, times.
The technology also needs to provide a flexible platform for new services such as massive Internet of Things IoT and critical machine communication with low latency and ultra-high reliability.
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The current generation of mobile communication networks e. As a future advanced wireless transmission technology, 5G has a significant potential to provide some solutions. He has almost 20 years of experience in telecom industries. Deepak has held leadership roles that span the mobile wireless ecosystem and network deployment plus performance and process improvement.
Deepak is also leading Innovation lead in IoT services within Nokia focusing to build new services and new clients for Nokia MN using wireless experience and merge with Data Analytics to create new revenues.
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He is an active member of PMI institute. Continuous evolution of wireless networks promises to enhance user experience and introduce completely new applications and revenue streams for operators. The network evolution involves multiple changes that enable support of applications with a diverse set of bandwidth and latency requirements. The diversity ultimately fuels the concept of network slicing: a network of networks that can support multiple types of service-level agreements SLAs on the same infrastructure and that is software defined and, where applicable, virtualized.
This presentation starts by reviewing the overall system requirements as a result of emerging 5G services. Reza has held positions in research, engineering, marketing, and management in telecommunications industry in Germany and the United States. Reza is employed by Viavi Solutions as a senior Manager for Product Line Management responsible for research in emerging technologies and development of product roadmaps for Carrier Ethernet, Mobile Backhaul, Fronthaul and Optical Transport networks.
Core Network has played a critical role in evolution of Telecommunications networks worldwide. With bit rates ranging from few Kbps to Gbps observed today would not have been possible without the evolution of core network. In Addition, Core network provides various functions in a wireless network ranging from NW registration, Supporting Mobility, Generation of billing records and supporting new use cases for operators to augment revenue generation.
The presentation starts with covering the evolution of Core network followed by discussing the different functions provided by Core Network. The presentation would then transition to focus on 5G drivers and technology enablers followed by evolution of 5GCN aka 5G Core Network. This session is designed to give attendees the opportunity to learn about 5G and Beyond.
Prior knowledge of the mobility ecosystem is not required. The IEEE Future Networks Education Working Group WG provides recurring winter and summer sessions where speakers from industry, government, or academia discuss diverse topics related to technology, business, governance, regulatory, etc. The intent is to provide the attendees with an appreciation of the technologies, issues and the key benefits.
Collaboration and the exchange of ideas from different perspectives are strongly encouraged. Street Parking — Limited residential street parking may also be available within a short walk, e.
Cellular Technology has come a long way from initial voice only services to data, where now 5G will be able to deliver a broadband experience to its users which will be on par with the high speed fiber connections that we are now so used too. We will walk through on the need for 5G, its vision and targeted use cases. While 4G LTE over the last few years have enabled a true mobile experience which we are now all accustomed too, as we move towards the future the need to fulfill the capacity requires us to move to the next generation.
Upcoming use cases requires the network to be more sensitive to latency and require the frame structure to be more flexible. Noman has broad experience on setting up long term strategy for operators, in the past he has provided strategic consulting to multiple clients helping them with assessment and development of technology strategy. His area of focus are 5G, Internet of things IoT , digital transformation, spectrum valuation, Industry 4. There is no ample bandwidth available at lower frequency band. Therefore, mm-Wave spectrum is expected to be used for 5G networks.
While mm-Waves provide impeccable speeds, high path loss and absorption by atmospheric particles are the key challenges of mm-Wave spectrum. Smart adaptive beam-forming antennas can mitigate these challenges by improving signal to interference noise ratio. Smart antennas have the capability to form beam in accordance with the environment. In the talk I will be covering various scenarios for practical implementation of 5G networks and use of smart antenna for 5G back-hauling. Different 5G antenna design topologies will also be discussed.
He has been actively researching in the area of antenna design for the last ten years. He has a PhD in Electrical Engineer from Boise State University, his research is focused on antenna design for next generation communication systems.
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He is author of various technical papers and he holds a patent on reconfigurable antennas for millimeter-waves. So we all hear about 5G whenever and wherever we turn to wireless news. But what it really means. What are the different flavors of 5G and what are the different challenges of realizing a practical 5G network? Will it be viable business case and what about 4G? Lets see if we can answer some of those questions. We will go over what the 4 US carriers are doing as of today. What are the technical and business challenges. What is the capability of mmWave vs. Mid band 5G. How strategy for 5G testing needs to be different from 4G.
His expertise is in the domain of wireless network engineering from design, optimization and forecasting of current and future networks. He brings with him 20 years of national and international exposure from both OEM and Network side. Prior to joining the TeleWorld team, Bhupinder served various key roles at Sprint, Motorola and a large international carrier.
Smart Cities are dynamic environments that involve competing demands for services among a diverse stakeholder mix. Cities may need to make adjustments to provide services across ecosystems in different stages of growth. This presentation includes smart cities challenges and technology enablers, governance for a dynamic ecosystem of ecosystems structure, strategic ecosystem alignments, and smart city performance and policy implications.
Narendra Mangra is a wireless mobility advisor at GlobeNet. His experience extends across the wireless mobility ecosystem and mobile network deployment lifecycle within academia, government and industry. His current interests include the 5G ecosystem, Smart Cities and interconnected ecosystems. It is driven by the need to keep low electricity rate, replace aging infrastructure, improve grid resilience and reliability, reduce carbon footprint to mitigate climate change, and provide reliable electricity to areas lacking power grids. Microgrids have been identified as a key component of the smart grid to meet the need of the future power systems.
In this talk, we will discuss the basic operation of power systems, and the architecture, real-world applications, challenges and future prospects of microgrids.
She was a certified professional engineer at Taiwan Development and Trust Corporation for 5 years. She was granted a scholarship from Taiwan government to conduct research on energy management systems in high-rise buildings at Virginia Tech. Upon the completion of her research, she proposed the energy-efficient design guidelines for high-rise buildings. During her teaching career, she has instructed and developed a variety of engineering courses including face-to-face, hybrid and online courses. Her research interests include renewable energy integration, data analytics applications in power systems, and power system protection.
By providing significant improvement in the energy and spectral efficiencies of communication links, 5G systems are targeted to provide broadband wireless access in dense urban areas as well as sparsely-populated rural areas, and to serve as backbone of massive machine-to-machine communications and Internet of Things IoT. Following speakers have confirmed their availability for invited talks: Dr.