Exciting 2nd Workshop Program Shaping Up

2nd Workshop of the NSF mmWave Research Coordination Network to be held on July 19-20, 2017, in beautiful Madison, WI. Check out the exciting program for charting the mmWave research and technology development agenda for the next 5 years. Leading researchers from industry and academia contributing to keynotes, panels, breakouts, posters, demos and more. Register on the website to attend – there are still some spaces left!

http://mmwrcn.ece.wisc.edu/?page_id=356

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Verizon’s Straight Path acquisition target snarled in fight over 28, 39 GHz bands | FierceWireless

New millimeter-wave technology could make future vehicles much safer

Starry lobbies for simple sharing in lower 37 GHz band | FierceWireless

Ericsson touts CP-OFDM waveform for 5G NR | FierceWireless

Ericsson touts CP-OFDM waveform for 5G NR | FierceWireless.

Details related to Ericsson’s assessment can be found in the IEEE Communications Magazine article, Waveform and Numerology to Support 5G Services and Requirements, by A. Zaidi, R. Baldemair, H. Tullberg, H. Bjorkegren, L. Sundstrom, J. Medbo, C. Kilinc, I. Silva.

NI Announces First SDR for 28 GHz Research Targeted at 3GPP and Verizon 5G Standards | Business Wire

IEEE VTC Fall Workshop: 5G Millimeter-Wave Channel Measurement, Models, and Systems – 5G mmWave Channel Model Alliance Wiki

IEEE VTC Fall Workshop: 5G Millimeter-Wave Channel Measurement, Models, and Systems – 5G mmWave Channel Model Alliance Wiki.

Final (extended) submission deadline: May 31, 2017. Either 5-page full paper or 2-page extended summary. Tentative workshop date: Sep 24, 2017, Toronto, Canada.

A good venue to publish cross-disciplinary and system-level research spanning all aspects of mmW research.

AT&T outlines business, residential tests of 5G for 2017, including fixed and mobile versions | FierceWireless

Samsung, Cisco deliver multivendor end-to-end 5G trial with Verizon | FierceWireless

ASSIA Inc.: ASSIA Announces Terabit DSL Proposed By Stanford Professor John Cioffi

http://www.assia-inc.com/terabit-dsl/.

via ASSIA Inc.: ASSIA Announces Terabit DSL Proposed By Stanford Professor John Cioffi.

Exploiting waveguide modes in copper lines at sub mmWave frequencies!