LTE evolution, IoT and the road to 5G

Date
mars 09 à 09, 2017
Lieu/Hall
France, Meudon-La-Forêt
9/11 rue Jeanne Braconnier
Rohde & Schwarz France
LTE evolution, IoT and the road to 5G

LTE evolution, IoT and the road to 5G seminar

For the first time, Rohde & Schwarz France is pleased to invite you to the free LTE evolution, IoT and the road to 5G seminar : Thursday, 9th march 2017

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Quick overview

UMTS Long Term Evolution, short LTE, is the technology of choice for the majority of network operators worldwide, providing mobile broadband data and high-speed internet access to their subscriber base. Due to the high commitment, LTE is understood as the innovation platform for the wireless industry for the next decade. Worldwide more than 400 operators have launched LTE, using more than 800 devices supporting currently about 31 bands only in FDD mode. As a big success story we have seen LTE as the fastest growing mobile communication technology ever, but on the other side the huge flexibility represents huge challenges especially to cope with the increased demand of various services. To fulfill the requirements of future application the LTE technology is permanently updated and this technology is constantly evolving.

This class will provide you with some technology details regarding the LTE technology evolution with focus on 3GPP Rel. 13 and an outlook on Rel. 14.

Additionally recently the marketing term Internet of Things IOT gains more and more momentum in the industry. This seminar would like to give a short overview of the major technologies involved in this IOT environment, not only belonging to the cellular infrastructure but also to the non-cellular background. This comprises technologies like Bluetooth evolution into BT low energy, WLAN evolution, new radio technologies ranging from NFC up to words like Zigbee or Z-wave to only mention some of those.

Beside the LTE technology evolution, standardization and trials have been started on the mobile communication network beyond LTE, so called 5G, the 5th generation of mobile networks. Goal of this seminar is to provide an overview of the major requirements, standardization situation and major technology aspects of the 5G. Buzzwords are for example an increased spectrum efficiency, new radio concept for the physical layer, massive MIMO, multiple access schemes and higher frequency and higher bandwidth usage to only mention a few of the technology aspects currently under discussion.




Agenda – LTE evolution, IoT and the road to 5G

  • 8.30 to 9.00 am : Registration, continental breakfast
  • 9.00 to 9.30 am : Keynote “5G: Can we make it by 2020?” (Mérouane Debbah)
    If we look at some of the goals of 5G versus where we are today, we can see the gap that has to be bridged over the nextfew years. The goal of 1ms latency is nearly 50x better than current LTE systems. In order to go from 100Mbps per user to10Gbps, we need 100x the throughput per connection. The current 10,000 connections per square kilometer needs to increaseto 1Million connections, which corresponds to 100x increase in density. Reliable communications today with LTE top out about350km/h and we expect to bring that up by 1.5x to 500km/h . Finally, the current core networks and backhaul/fronthaul areinflexible with wasted pools of bandwidth. The introduction of SDN/NFV will allow much better ability to chop up and virtualizethe network resources for lower operational costs and capital costs and much greater flexibility. In this talk, we will give anupdate on standardization process and the challenges ahead for a true deployment by 2020
  • 9.30 to 10.30 am : LTE evolution aspects: Rel. 13 with outlook on Rel. 14 (Reiner Stuhlfauth)
    Long Term Evolution (LTE) is the technology of choice for the majority of network operators worldwide, providing mobile broadbanddata and high-speed internet access to their subscriber base. Worldwide more than 400 operators have launched LTE, using morethan 800 devices. This big success story has seen LTE as the fastest growing mobile communication technology ever, and bringsongoing challenges to improve and enhance the technology. The name alone, “LTE-Advanced” (LTE-A) shows that this technologyis constantly evolving and advancing, bring greater benefits to the user’s and network operators.This seminar will provide details about the technical capabilities of LTE contained in the latest 3GPP releases technology withfocus on 3GPP Rel. 13 and an outlook on Rel. 14.
  • 10.30 to 10.45 am : Coffee Break
  • 10.45 to 11.30 am : Internet of Things IOT aspects (Reiner Stuhlfauth)
    Additionally Internet of Things (IoT) is gaining more awareness and momentum. This seminar will give a short overview of themajor technologies involved in IoT, discussing those belonging to cellular with emerging standards such as Narrowband IoT (NBIoT)and non-cellular access with initial deployments of IoT Low Power WANs (such as LoRa and SigFox). The latter touches ontechnologies like Bluetooth’s evolution to BT low energy, WLAN evolution, new radio technologies including NFC, Zigbee andZ-wave, to name a few.
  • 11.30 to 4.30 pm : The road to 5G - Requirements, air interface and network aspects (Reiner Stuhlfauth)
    Beside the LTE technology evolution, standardization and trials have been started on the mobile communication network beyondLTE, so called 5G, the 5th generation of mobile networks. Goal of this seminar is to provide an overview of the major requirements,standardization situation and major technology aspects of the 5G. Buzzwords are for example an increased spectrum efficiency,new radio concept for the physical layer, massive MIMO, multiple access schemes and higher frequency and higher bandwidthusage to only mention a few of the technology aspects currently under discussion.

    With lunch provided by Rohde & Schwarz (12.30 to 1.30 pm)
    With a Coffee Break (2.45 to 3.00 pm)
  • 4.30 to 5.00 pm : Q&A and discussion
Reiner Stuhlfauth

Meet the speakers

Reiner Stuhlfauth, Technology Marketing Manager

Reiner Stuhlfauth is a Technology Marketing Manager working in the market segment Wireless of Rohde&Schwarz in Munich. He is responsible for teaching and promoting mobile communication technologies, especially cellular standards like: GSM, (E)GPRS, UMTS, HSPA, LTE and LTE-Advanced, but also non-cellular technologies such as WLAN and Bluetooth. He is also involved in a number of projects concerning 5G, the next mobile communication technology. Reiner also links development and sales organisations to coordinate implementation of technical features into R&S instruments and the resulting marketing aspects.

Mérouane Debbah,
Vice-President of the Huawei France R&D center and Director of the Mathematical and Algorithmic Sciences Lab

Mérouane Debbah entered the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan (France) in 1996 where he received his M.Sc and Ph.D. degrees respectively. He worked for Motorola Labs (Saclay, France) from 1999-2002 and the Vienna Research Center for Telecommunications (Vienna, Austria) until 2003. From 2003 to 2007, he joined the Mobile Communications department of the Institut Eurecom (Sophia Antipolis, France) as an Assistant Professor. Since 2007, he is a Full Professor at CentraleSupelec (Gif-sur-Yvette, France). From 2007 to 2014, he was the director of the Alcatel-Lucent Chair on Flexible Radio. Since 2014, he is Vice-President of the Huawei France R&D center and director of the Mathematical and Algorithmic Sciences Lab. His research interests lie in fundamental mathematics, algorithms, statistics, information & communication sciences research. He is an Associate Editor in Chief of the journal Random Matrix: Theory and Applications and was an associate and senior area editor for IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing respectively in 2011-2013 and 2013-2014. Mérouane Debbah is a recipient of the ERC grant MORE (Advanced Mathematical Tools for Complex Network Engineering). He is a IEEE Fellow, a WWRF Fellow and a member of the academic senate of Paris-Saclay. He has managed 8 EU projects and more than 24 national and international projects. He received 16 best paper awards, among which the 2007 IEEE GLOBECOM best paper award, the Wi-Opt 2009 best paper award, the 2010 Newcom++ best paper award, the WUN CogCom Best Paper 2012 and 2013 Award, the 2014 WCNC best paper award, the 2015 ICC best paper award, the 2015 IEEE Communications Society Leonard G. Abraham Prize, the 2015 IEEE Communications Society Fred W. Ellersick Prize, 2016 IEEE Communications Society Best Tutorial paper award and the 2016 European Wireless Best Paper Award as well as the Valuetools 2007, Valuetools 2008, CrownCom2009, Valuetools 2012 and SAM 2014 best student paper awards. He is the recipient of the Mario Boella award in 2005, the IEEE Glavieux Prize Award in 2011 and the Qualcomm Innovation Prize Award in 2012.

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