5G Pavilion

The 5G Pavilion is located on the Exhibition floor. Stop by booth 2000 and visit with the following companies:
 


 

 


 

 

 

5G Exhibitor Talk: Software-Defined-Radio (SDR) Embedded Systems for 5G Development & Test Platforms

Tuesday, 4 June 2019
5G Pavilion (Booth 2000)
10:30 - 11:00

Speaker: Bob Muro

Company: Pentek

Abstract: The latest COTS SDR systems offer SoC solutions with integrated I/O, ARM processors, and large FPGAs with IP for accessing, routing, and processing digital data. Combining these attributes with superior signal integrity, phase-coherent sampling, and multi-channel transceivers a COTS SDR system is an ideal choice for your 5G development platforms and test systems.

5G Exhibitor Talk - 5G-NR Extreme Bandwidths: The need for Digital Front Ends to support 200 to 800 MHz in Mobile Devices and Remote Radio Heads

Tuesday, 4 June 2019
5G Pavilion (Booth 2000)
11:15 - 11:45

Speaker: Kevin Chuang

Company: NanoSemi, Inc.

Abstract: 5G-NR, the successor to 4G -LTE, is breaking new ground with an objective of delivering 5 Gbps to each user. To achieve this rate, 3GPP is specifying the 5G-NR component carrier to be 100 MHz as opposed to 20 MHz used in 4G/LTE. 5G-NR also has two spectrum allocations; Sub 6 GHz and mmW (millimeter wave). Wideband linearization is particularly challenging as bandwidths up to 400 MHz in Sub 6 GHz and 800 MHz in mmW bands which are made possible with carrier aggregation. NanoSemi will discuss how its digital front end firmware and intellectual property exceeds the stringent requirements of 3GPP while concurrently improving power efficiency and PA performance for mobile devices and gNodeBs (remote radio heads).

5G Exhibitor Talk: High Performance Microwave Filters for 5G Wireless Networks

Wednesday, 5 June 2019
5G Pavilion (Booth 2000)
10:00 - 10:30

Speaker: Derek Scarbrough

Company: MEMtronics Corporation

Abstract: Fifth-Generation (5G) wireless technology represents the next milestone in mobile wireless communications, targeting more signal traffic, increased capacity and reduced latency. To achieve these goals, networks will widen bandwidths by pushing into the millimeter-wave spectrum, increase base station density, employ multiple-in-multiple-out (MIMO) technology, and implement beam-forming antennas. These enabling technologies place new demands on the underlying RF front-end components, particularly the filters required to implement these new networks. As current RF and acoustic filter technologies fall short in performance at higher frequencies, system designers will need to explore a wide range of alternatives, including the use of integrated waveguide filters.

5G Exhibitor Talk: Tech-trends on RF/Microwave Components

Wednesday, 5 June 2019
5G Pavilion (Booth 2000)
10:45 - 11:15

Speaker: Diamond Liu

Company: Synmatrix Technologies Inc.

Abstract: SynMatrix provides cloud-based intelligent platform for RF/Microwave component design and manufacturing. Integrated with AI, machine learning, cloud computing technologies and other proprietary algorithms, this revolutionary platform can be used in 5G wireless, automotive, aerospace, military, electronics industries to help shorten R&D lead time, reduce the engineering cost as well as improving the design quality. With the planning robotics module, SynMatrix will be a great fit for the future Industry 4.0, specifically for automatic RF components and antenna manufacturing. Being developed since 2017, the platform has just been launched and on the right path to the potential global market.

5G Exhibitor Talk: Transformative Technologies to Overcome the Range, Robustness, and Energy Barriers of 5G Millimeter-wave

Wednesday, 5 June 2019
5G Pavilion (Booth 2000)
11:30 - 12:00

Speaker: Harish Krishnaswamy

Company: MiXComm

Abstract: Millimeter-wave 5G brings the promise of Gbps data rates with ultra-low latency, potentially enabling transformative new applications, such as autonomous driving, virtual and augmented reality, and massive IoT. However, millimeter-wave technology is challenged by high propagation loss, blockage issues, poor coverage and link robustness, high power consumption, and high deployment costs. MixComm's innovative and patented RFIC and system technologies directly address these issues, enabling practical widespread millimeter-wave deployments. This talk will provide an overview of MixComm's technology, ranging from technology to circuits and systems.

5G Exhibitor Talk: MilliBox Introduction

Wednesday, 5 June 2019
5G Pavilion (Booth 2000)
12:15 - 12:45

Speaker: Chinh Doan

Company: Milliwave Silicon Solutions, Inc.

Abstract: MilliBox is a family of mmWave test fixtures which are cost effective, modular and specifically designed for mmWave engineers. The MBX0x line up, 18GHz to 95GHz compact chambers with 3D gimbal are ideal for antenna radiation pattern capture and beamforming performance measurements. The GIM0x line up, 360 x 360 x 1deg 3D Gimbals are controlled over USB with open source Python scripts for easy integration in existing test setup, they have different sizes, capacity and speeds adapted to most requirements. The ISO0x line up, compact mmWave isolation chamber are destined for endurance test, firmware development and SQA setup.

5G Exhibitor Talk: Software-Defined-Radio (SDR) Embedded Systems for 5G Development & Test Platforms

Wednesday, 5 June 2019
5G Pavilion (Booth 2000)
13:30 - 14:00

Speaker: Bob Muro

Company: Pentek

Abstract: The latest COTS SDR systems offer SoC solutions with integrated I/O, ARM processors, and large FPGAs with IP for accessing, routing, and processing digital data. Combining these attributes with superior signal integrity, phase-coherent sampling, and multi-channel transceivers a COTS SDR system is an ideal choice for your 5G development platforms and test systems.

5G Exhibitor Talk - 5G-NR Extreme Bandwidths: The need for Digital Front Ends to support 200 to 800 MHz in Mobile Devices and Remote Radio Heads

Wednesday, 5 June 2019
5G Pavilion (Booth 2000)
14:15 - 14:45

Speaker: Kevin Chuang

Company: NanoSemi, Inc.

Abstract: 5G-NR, the successor to 4G -LTE, is breaking new ground with an objective of delivering 5 Gbps to each user. To achieve this rate, 3GPP is specifying the 5G-NR component carrier to be 100 MHz as opposed to 20 MHz used in 4G/LTE. 5G-NR also has two spectrum allocations; Sub 6 GHz and mmW (millimeter wave). Wideband linearization is particularly challenging as bandwidths up to 400 MHz in Sub 6 GHz and 800 MHz in mmW bands which are made possible with carrier aggregation. NanoSemi will discuss how its digital front end firmware and intellectual property exceeds the stringent requirements of 3GPP while concurrently improving power efficiency and PA performance for mobile devices and gNodeBs (remote radio heads).

5G Exhibitor Talk: High Performance Microwave Filters for 5G Wireless Networks

Wednesday, 5 June 2019
5G Pavilion (Booth 2000)
15:00 - 15:30

Speaker: Derek Scarbrough

Company: MEMtronics Corporation

Abstract: Fifth-Generation (5G) wireless technology represents the next milestone in mobile wireless communications, targeting more signal traffic, increased capacity and reduced latency. To achieve these goals, networks will widen bandwidths by pushing into the millimeter-wave spectrum, increase base station density, employ multiple-in-multiple-out (MIMO) technology, and implement beam-forming antennas. These enabling technologies place new demands on the underlying RF front-end components, particularly the filters required to implement these new networks. As current RF and acoustic filter technologies fall short in performance at higher frequencies, system designers will need to explore a wide range of alternatives, including the use of integrated waveguide filters.

5G Exhibitor Talk: Transformative Technologies to Overcome the Range, Robustness, and Energy Barriers of 5G Millimeter-wave

Wednesday, 5 June 2019
5G Pavilion (Booth 2000)
15:45 - 16:15

Speaker: Harish Krishnaswamy

Company: MiXComm

Abstract: Millimeter-wave 5G brings the promise of Gbps data rates with ultra-low latency, potentially enabling transformative new applications, such as autonomous driving, virtual and augmented reality, and massive IoT. However, millimeter-wave technology is challenged by high propagation loss, blockage issues, poor coverage and link robustness, high power consumption, and high deployment costs. MixComm's innovative and patented RFIC and system technologies directly address these issues, enabling practical widespread millimeter-wave deployments. This talk will provide an overview of MixComm's technology, ranging from technology to circuits and systems.

5G Exhibitor Talk: MilliBox Introduction

Wednesday, 5 June 2019
5G Pavilion (Booth 2000)
16:30 - 17:00

Speaker: Chinh Doan, Jeanmarc Laurent

Company: Milliwave Silicon Solutions, Inc.

Abstract: MilliBox is a family of mmWave test fixtures which are cost effective, modular and specifically designed for mmWave engineers. The MBX0x line up, 18GHz to 95GHz compact chambers with 3D gimbal are ideal for antenna radiation pattern capture and beamforming performance measurements. The GIM0x line up, 360 x 360 x 1deg 3D Gimbals are controlled over USB with open source Python scripts for easy integration in existing test setup, they have different sizes, capacity and speeds adapted to most requirements. The ISO0x line up, compact mmWave isolation chamber are destined for endurance test, firmware development and SQA setup.

5G Exhibitor Talk: SynMatrix--New Era On RF/Microwave Simulation & Development Intelligent Platform

Wednesday, 5 June 2019
5G Pavilion (Booth 2000)
17:15 - 17:45

Speaker: Diamond Liu

Company: SynMatrix Technologies Inc

Abstract: SynMatrix provides cloud-based intelligent platform for RF/Microwave component design and manufacturing. Integrated with AI, machine learning, cloud computing technologies and other proprietary algorithms, this revolutionary platform can be used in 5G wireless, automotive, aerospace, military, electronics industries to help shorten R&D lead time, reduce the engineering cost as well as improving the design quality. With the planning robotics module, SynMatrix will be a great fit for the future Industry 4.0, specifically for automatic RF components and antenna manufacturing. Being developed since 2017, the platform has just been launched and on the right path to the potential global market.