Andreas Roessler — Rohde & Schwarz In this presentation test and measurement aspects will be discussed, challenges identified and status of current solutions being presented.
Dr. Joy Laskar — Centric Technologies In this presentation, we will begin with an overview on the need and applications of millimeter wave with multi-gigabit bandwidths (>3.5Gbps). Next, we will discuss the key design and test considerations for a single chip CMOS mmW system on a chip, including full radio and baseband functionality.
Dr. Vuk Marojevic – Virginia Tech This talk will present Virginia Tech’s results on LTE coexistence with Radar in the 3.5 GHz band, obtained at Wallops Island in August 2013. These test results provide an important stepping stone towards secondary usage of federal spectrum, encouraging further research and innovation in this area.
In this panel session, we will hear from the industry’s leading OTA users and advocates their perspectives on the strategic role that OTA plays, the latest in OTA measurement techniques, and where and when OTA ideally fits within the mobile device design cycle.
Derek Skousen — Bluetest | Thorsten Hertel — Rohde & Schwarz This joint presentation will provide a high-level overview of over-the-air (OTA) testing now and into the future including the use of dynamic multipath environments. We will also discuss multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) OTA test methodologies, how they are being addressed by the standard’s organisations, and… Read more »
Louis LaMedica — Wireless Consultant (formerly Verizon Wireless) In this presentation, Louis LaMedica helps unravel the mystery and share his invaluable experience behind what it takes to get a mobile device certified and network ready. Louis shares his unique perspectives and experience on test strategies, the device and network testing process, conformance vs. performance testing,… Read more »
Christian Gates – NextNav LLC A wide-area terrestrial system based on a precisely-synchronized beacon infrastructure can provide more accurate 3D positioning across large geographic areas. In this presentation, we will discuss this technology and its implications through various applications and use cases.
Hans Agardh – Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. LTE Broadcast service has been launched commercially in Korea on a smartphone with a broadcast-enabled Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 chipset. SFN technology is used to distribute broadcast streams into well-defined broadcast areas where all cells contributing to an SFN send the same data during exactly the same radio time-slots and… Read more »
Hiroyuki Togashi – DSP Research, Inc. In this presentation, we will explore mobile device certification from a Japanese perspective taking into account unique customer and market requirements, and regulatory conditions driven by Japan Telecommunication Business law and how these forces impact testing methods and processes for mobile devices that will be used in Japan.
Ben Bartram – Nujira, Ltd. In this presentation, we will provide an overview on envelope tracking for power amplifiers in mobile devices, discussing the benefits and challenges of this technology.