Flexible 5G Air Interface Session
Flexible 5G Air Interface Session is part of the Towards 5G - Research and Standardization course. This session gives you a comprehensive view on key components of the 5G Air Interface (5G NR).
- What are the key components of the 5G air interface,
- What are the spectrum usage aspects and how spectrum framework is created,
- What are the novel non-orthogonal waveforms and multiple access schemes,
- What are pros and cons of different spectrum usages, waveforms and multiple access schemes,
- How can the energy and signalling efficiency be improved via novel RRC state machine,
- What are the new channel coding schemes selected for 5G radio,
- What are the concepts for flexible air interface, including dynamic TDD, self-contained subframe and unified air interface
- What are the key aspects of massive MIMO and mmWave usage in 5G.
- On-demand access to all activities within this module for 3-month timeframe
- Access to the internal forum for Q&As
- Official Certificate
The cost for single person licence is 495 USD. For Early booking, we have special price, which is 395 USD valid only till the
15th of February 5th of March 2017. For multi-user licences and group discounts – please contact us directly – HERE. We are happy to adapt the offer to your needs and budget.
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Emil Olbrich is currently President at PrimeLime, Trainer at 5G-Courses.com and also VP of Networks with Signals Research Group. Prior to this he was head of LTE research, development, test and evaluation for the Public Safety Communications Research Program where he deployed the first and most diverse Public Safety 700 MHz LTE test lab in the world with over 70 participating vendors and commercial carriers. 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.
Mr. Olbrich has over 20 years of experience in the field of wireless telecommunications. He has worked primarily in R&D at some of the largest telecommunication companies in the world – such as Motorola, Qualcomm and Ericsson. His scope of work includes deploying and operating LTE infrastructure (RAN, EPC and IMS) from numerous Tier 1 vendors; testing new LTE mobile devices from multiple suppliers; testing, deploying and operating some of the first commercial CDMA networks; serving as Lead Project engineer for the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics and as the Project Manager for the China Ministry of Information Industry 3G testing in China; and supporting the early development of HDR (EV-DO and EV-DO Rev A).
He has been a speaker at events such as the GSMA Mobile World Congress, LTE North America, 4G World, International Wireless Communications Expo and LTE World Summit. Mr. Olbrich has a B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering Technology from Southern Illinois University.