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Technology enablers for 5G spectrum sharing

    Venue: Digital Catapult, Euston Road, London
    Cost: This is a free event.

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Starts 21 Oct 09:00

Ends 21 Oct 17:30

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A Cambridge Wireless (CW) event.

At this event you will explore the key enablers for Dynamic Spectrum Access for 5G and beyond, including flexible RF systems, distributed spectrum monitoring and secure protocols, and learn from the technical challenges faced in other spectrum sharing frameworks such as that of the US.

ABOUT THE EVENT
Radio spectrum, fundamental to all wireless systems, is becoming more congested and its management more challenging. Regulators are considering moving from licensing fixed bands to Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA), meeting demand based on evolving need and availability.  Ofcom’s 2018 Spectrum Strategy proposed the incentivisation of spectrum sharing in both existing licensed bands and new bands, and the US is also promoting this approach to spectrum management.

At this event we will explore the key enablers for Dynamic Spectrum Access for 5G and beyond, including flexible RF systems, distributed spectrum monitoring and secure protocols, and learn from the technical challenges faced in other spectrum sharing frameworks such as that of the US.

Speakers

  • Mark Beach - Professor of Radio Systems Engineering, University of Bristol (Communication Systems & Networks Research Group)
  • Joseph Butler - Director for Telecommunications, Ofcom
  • Andrew Clegg - Google
  • Tim Forde - Trinity College, University of Dublin
  • Simon Pike - Spectrum expert
  • Stephen Wales - Roke Manor Research

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