Rohde & Schwarz Offers Webinar on Emerging Trends in Wireless Infrastructure

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On Tuesday, July 20, at 10:00 a.m. PDT / 1:00 p.m. EDT, Rohde & Schwarz will explore how 5G is a transformational technology that is expected to revolutionize the way we live, work, and transform numerous industries and various facets of world economies. 

Dr. Jeffrey H. Reed and Dr. Nishith D. Tripathi will present a one-hour on-line session on the many improvements and applications that can be addressed by evolving the 5G standard. Register here for this free event.

The webinar will provide a preview of evolving 5G specifications beyond Release 15 and cover a broad range of topics related to network infrastructure including topics on the following:

  • Review of 5G network infrastructure including NG-RAN, 5GC/NGC,IMS, DN
  • Current and emerging trends relative to network infrastructure
  • Spectrum update and trends, FR1, FR2, unlicensed spectrum, CBRS
  • Network densification and coverage trends
  • Virtualization and cloudification, NFV, SDN, RAN evolution
  • Network customization and intelligence, network slicing, MEC, NPN, SON, etc.

About the presenters:

  • Dr. Nishith Tripathi designed and analyzed high-performance radio resource management (RRM) algorithms at telecom equipment manufacturers. His pioneering research on the applications of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in cellular networks at Virginia Tech has been published as a monograph and as part of a book on neuro-fuzzy applications. With over 21 years in the cellular industry, Dr. Tripathi has co-authored the cellular industry’s first-ever multimedia eBook on 5G as well as a textbook on Cellular Communications that is used at universities worldwide. 
  • Dr. Jeffrey H. Reed is the Willis G. Worcester Professor in the Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Virginia Tech. He currently serves as Founding Director of Wireless @ Virginia Tech, one of the largest and most comprehensive university wireless research groups in the U.S. In 2010, he founded the Ted and Karyn Hume Center for National Security and Technology and served as its interim director.

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