Are we on track to mobilize 5G NR mmWave for smartphones in 2019?
Tuesday, January 22, 2019
1pm ET / 10am PT
We have officially entered the 5G Era, and by now, you’ve heard a lot about millimeter wave (mmWave) — a set of higher spectrum bands (loosely defined as 24 GHz and above) that promises to unleash a large bandwidth opportunity for wireless communications. However, due to mmWave’s RF propagation properties, its use has so far been limited to fixed point-to-point links, such as for wireless backhaul and home broadband delivery.
The new frontier is to mobilize mmWave for the smartphone and make it available for the masses. This requires cutting-edge R&D and extensive prototypes/simulations, as well as for the entire ecosystem to work on interoperability testing and trials. Not to mention, the mobile device supporting 5G NR mmWave (e.g., smartphone) will also need to meet formfactor and power constraints.
Join us for this webinar to see how 5G NR mmWave is enabling next-gen mobile experiences, learn how we are solving the mobile mmWave challenge in 3GPP Release 15 that enables commercialization in 2019, and find out what features are in store for Release 16 and beyond that will further enhance 5G NR mmWave capability and performance.
Dr. Ozge Koymen
Senior Director, Technology
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
Ozge Koymen is a Senior Director of Technology at Qualcomm Incorporated where he has been since 2006. He currently leads the 5G millimeter-wave program within Qualcomm Research. His previous areas as a technical contributor includes wireless backhaul, Small Cells, LTE-D, LTE and UMB. Prior to Qualcomm Inc., he was a member of Flarion Technologies developing OFDMA systems during 2003-2006.
Senior Director, Product Management
Qualcomm Europe, Inc.
Alberto Cicalini is Senior Director of Product Management. He is responsible for Qualcomm’s 5G mmWave RF products, including the recently announced QTM052 antenna module, a fully-integrated RF solution engineered to open-up spectrum and improve mmWave signal using 5G technologies. Prior to joining the product management team in 2012, Cicalini served as an engineer for Qualcomm’s RF/Analog IC design team for nearly 10 years.