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The Promise of 5G mmWave – But How Do We Make It Mobile?
Date / Time: Wednesday, June 22, 2016, 12:00 p.m. New York / 5:00 p.m. London
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Gabriel Brown, Senior Analyst - Wireless Data Services & LTE, Heavy Reading

Ozge Koymen, Principal Engineer, Qualcomm Research, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

Matt Branda, Director, Technical Marketing, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

As we progress towards making 5G a reality, utilizing large bandwidths available at frequencies above 20GHz – loosely defined as millimeter-Wave (mmWave) – has emerged as a key technology enabler to meet the growing demands for end-user performance and network capacity. But doing this does not come easy since high propagation loss and susceptibility to blockage has traditionally made these higher spectrum bands unsuitable for mobile networks.

Join us for this webinar to learn how advanced antenna techniques coming with 5G, as well as tight integration with lower frequency bands providing ubiquitous coverage, will overcome these challenges. See demonstrations of these techniques utilizing adaptive beamforming and beam tracking to deliver robust and sustained mobile broadband communications even in non-line-of-sight (NLOS) environments. And learn how mmWave is just one aspect of a unified 5G design across all spectrum bands and types, creating a platform that will connect new industries, enable new services and empower new user experiences.

 

Gabriel Brown, Senior Analyst - Wireless Data Services & LTE, Heavy Reading
Gabriel covers the mobile network system architecture, including evolution of the RAN, the mobile core, and service-layer platforms and applications. Key technologies in his coverage area include LTE Advanced, small cells, Evolved Packet Core, carrier Wi-Fi and software-centric networking technologies such as NFV, SDN and service chaining. Gabriel has covered mobile networking since 1998 through published research, live events, operator surveys and custom consulting.

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Ozge Koymen, Principal Engineer, Qualcomm Research, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
Ozge Koymen is a Principal Engineer at Qualcomm, where he has been since 2006. He currently heads 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, he was a member of Flarion Technologies, developing OFDMA systems during 2003-2006. His earlier experience includes consulting work for Impinj (2000-2003) and TRW (1996-2000).

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Matt Branda, Director, Technical Marketing, Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.
Matt Branda leads the Technical Marketing activities at Qualcomm focused on LTE Advanced LTE Advanced Pro and 5G. He brings over 15 years of experience in technical marketing, product marketing, product management and business development for industry-leading chipsets and technologies. Prior to joining Qualcomm in 2013, Matt was Director of Product Management at Cypress Semiconductor.

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