Anokiwave to Discuss 5G mmWave Opportunities and Challenges at IWPC 2017

David W. Corman, the Chief Systems Architect at Anokiwave will be talking about the Opportunities and Challenges in 5G mmWave at the IWPC Interactive Workshop. IWPC will be held from October 16-18, 2017 in Austin, TX, USA. David’s presentation at the expo will take place in the Technology Enablers session on Wednesday, October 18th, 2017.

In the interactive workshop that will address the fundamental issues the industry faces while approaching the first release of the 5G standards, Mr. Corman will discuss how silicon based arrays are the path to mass industrialization of active antennas during his presentation entitled - Industrializing 5G mmW Radio Front Ends with High Performance, All-Silicon Arrays.

Mr. Corman, a 37-year veteran in the mmW industry with 48 patents worldwide, has been the main systems architect for Anokiwave’s portfolio of silicon beamforming ICs, and firmly believes that increased integration and the elimination of array calibration are primary enablers for cost competitive, high volume 5G systems.

About the IWPC 5G mmWave Opportunities and Challenges Workshop:

Sponsored by the International Wireless Industry Consortium (IWPC), the 5G mmWave Opportunities and Challenges Workshop will be held in Austin, TX, USA from October 16 - 18. The conference addresses the question, “How will the industry design and operate 5G Radio Access Networks?” The workshop will also explore topics such as Assessing which new and emerging unique use cases will evolve, device challenges and roadmaps, as well as RF component challenges and innovation.

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