Panel Session: 5G Design and Test Challenges. Hosted by Kelly Hill, RCR Wireless

Jeff Shamblin | Ethertronics
Chief Scientist
Jeff Shamblin is Chief Scientist at Ethertronics, and is responsible for overseeing research and development projects for the corporation. Mr. Shamblin brings thirty-five years of experience in antenna engineering to this position.Before joining Ethertronics, Jeff worked for two RFID companies, SCS Corp. and Claridy Solutions. At Claridy Jeff was manager in charge of antenna development and assisted in all aspects of RFID relating to antenna and scattering issues. Jeff also spent 20 years as a design engineer at Lockheed and Northrop, designing antenna systems for aircraft applications..

Emil Olbrich | PrimeLime

Emil Olbrich is one of the co-founders of Signals Analytics, LLC. His 20 years of telecom expertise have recently helped lead the efforts on evaluating VoLTE and Public Safety LTE for several SLIGP grantees. Prior to this he was head of LTE research, development, test and evaluation for the PSCR Program for NTIA. He was responsible for the specifying, deploying and maintaining the entire ecosystem of LTE which included devices, air interface, transport, radio access network, evolved packet core, IP networking, IMS core and application servers. He also led the team efforts, which include standards work, test case development and test case execution.

Bror Peterson | Qorvo
Principle Systems EngineerBror Peterson is a principle systems engineer with Qorvo, Inc. located in Richardson Texas. He is currently focused on mmWave 5G base-station RF system analysis and product development. He received a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering degree from Virginia Tech in 2000. He has been involved with research, design and development of wireless infrastructure systems for over 17 years with a broad background in communications theory and systems analysis.
Kelly Hill | RCR Wireless News
ReporterKelly rejoined RCR in 2013 after several years’ hiatus and covers infrastructure and testing. Kelly holds a masters degree in journalism from the University of California, Berkeley, and has written for the San Francisco Chronicle, The Oregonian, and The Canton Repository. Follow her on Twitter: @khillrcr