|10||Keysight||You Gwang Yeol and Ken Yong||
Next Generation Wireless Evolution: 5G, NB-IoT and Test Challenges
|5 Dec 2017, 11:00 - 12:30, at Room 4|
|08||Intel (US)||Vedantham Sundar and Gage Eads||
libeventdev: An event scheduler API in DPDK
||5 Dec 2017, 14:00 - 17:30, at Room 3|
|01||NI (US)||Amal Ekbal||
5G Wireless Networks Prototyping: A Software Defined Radio (SDR)-based Approach
||5 Dec 2017, 16:00 - 17:30, at Room 1|
|09||TETCOS (India)||Pranav Viswanathan and Shashikant Suman||
Simulation and Emulation of Internet of Things (IoT) using NetSim
|6 Dec 2017, 11:00 - 12:30, at Room 5|
|04||NI (US)||Nikhil Kundargi||
Towards Cellular 5G Standards: An overview of 3GPP New Radio
||6 Dec 2017, 14:00 - 15:30, at Room 3|
|05||TelNet Management Consulting, Inc. (US)||Fawzi Behmann||
Disruptive Internet of Things – Applications, Architecture, and Future Trends
||6 Dec 2017, 16:00 - 17:30, at Room 3|
Data 61, CSIRO
University of New South Wales
Nokia Bell Labs
Drone Base Stations: Opportunities and Challenges
Towards a Truly “Wireless” Wireless Network
|7 Dec 2017, 11:00 - 12:30, at Room 3|
Modular virtualization framework for management and support of PNFs and VNFs in the context of vRAN 5G Small Cell Protocols
||7 Dec 2017, 14:00 - 15:30, at Room 3|
|03||Mathworks (US)||Houman Zarrinkoub||
MIMO Wireless System Design for 5G, LTE, and WLAN in MATLAB
||7 Dec 2017, 14:00 - 17:30, at Room 5|
IPD 1: 5G Wireless Networks Prototyping: A Software Defined Radio (SDR)-based Approach
5 Dec 2017, 16:00 - 17:30, at Room 1
Dr. Amal Ekbal, National Instruments, US
Dr. Vincent Kotzsch, National Instruments, Germany
Abstract: In March 2016, 3GPP kicked off the first phase of the multi-phase 5G standardization process. This process aims to develop a standard that can support the diverse application requirements specified by ITU IMT-2020, specifically, the three pillar applications of enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB), massive machine type communications (mMTC) and ultra-reliable low latency communications (URLLC). The standard also addresses diverse spectrum resources such as the existing < 6GHz cellular bands, newly available millimeter wave bands (20GHz – 100GHz) and unlicensed bands (5GHz, 60GHz). In addition to enhancements to LTE technologies, 5G New Radio (NR) will consider new access technologies with significantly different performance capabilities and trade-offs such as massive MIMO, directional PHY in millimeter wave bands, etc. and new waveforms such as non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA). The 5G NR solution creates a flexible, scalable PHY frame structure that is forward compatible towards future phases. This provides the necessary dynamism that the upper layers can leverage to meet the diverse user requirements efficiently. In addition to these, network architectural enhancements such as distributed RAN (DRAN), cloud RAN (CRAN), software defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV) will play a critical role in 5G networks.
This presents opportunities and challenges for 5G wireless network design. 5G NR provides several axes of flexibility to improve capacity, coverage and capabilities of the networks. At the same time, design and verification of algorithms and protocol stack enhancements that can take advantage of this dynamism can be complex. Due to the cross-layer impact of these enhancements, it is necessary to create system prototypes and testbeds that consist of multiple layers of the stack to verify the theoretical performance expectations and iterate on the algorithms. In this presentation, we propose National Instruments’ (NI) software defined radio (SDR)-based platform as a solution to conduct experiments on multi-node heterogeneous wireless networks. Full wireless communications stack prototyping is usually challenging because it requires diverse experience across different computing platforms (e.g. FPGA boards, general-purpose processors, RF cards, etc.), time consuming system integration tasks and knowledge of diverse tools (software and hardware). The NI LabVIEW graphical system design software addresses these challenges by providing a common development platform for all the heterogeneous elements present in the NI SDR system with tight hardware/software integration and a good abstraction layer.
This presentation will contain two parts. In the first part, we will discuss key design directions in 5G wireless networks based on the 3GPP 5G NR standardization process. In the second part, we will describe the NI SDR-based platform for 5G wireless network prototyping and describe a few example systems.
Amal Ekbal received his B.Tech. degree in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, in 2000, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University in 2002 and 2008 respectively. He joined the Corporate Research and Development group at Qualcomm, Inc. in 2005 and worked on system design, prototyping and ASIC implementation of wireless communication systems. From 2011, he is with the Advanced Wireless Research Team at National Instruments where he is focused on next generation WLAN and cellular system design and algorithms, tracking standards and market trends in WLAN technologies, and prototyping wireless communication protocol stacks using software-defined radio (SDR) architectures.
Dr. Vincent Kotzsch received the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees from Technische Universität Dresden in 2007 and 2012, respectively. From 2008 to 2012, he worked as a Research Associate with the Vodafone Chair at Technische Universität Dresden where he focused on asynchronous cooperating base-station systems both from theoretical and practical perspectives. He was part of the design and implementation team for the field test measurement equipment used in several national and international research projects for investigating coordinated multipoint systems in practical environments. Since March 2013 he is with National Instruments in the physical layer and system design group working on 5G research and prototyping with the focus on dense small cell networks and mmWave systems as well as 3GPP standardization. His research interests include statistical signal processing and estimation theory as well as the design of wireless communication systems in general. He issued several technical papers at international conferences, journals and text books as well as patents with wireless communication background.
IPD 3: MIMO Wireless System Design for 5G, LTE, and WLAN in MATLAB
7 Dec 2017, 14:00 - 17:30, at Room 5
Dr. Houman Zarrinkoub, MathWorks, US
Abstract: In this workshop, you learn about latest MATLAB capabilities for design of 5G and other wireless communication systems. Using case studies and examples, we demonstrate how you can model, simulate and test 5G, WLAN, LTE, massive MIMO, Hybrid Beamforming designs in MATLAB & Simulink. Leveraging these simulations, you will gain insight into emerging technologies, develop system performance metrics, and obtain golden reference for downstream implementation tasks.
Topics covered include
• 5G PHY technologies (F-OFDM, W-OFDM, LDPC, Polar Codes, …)
• Massive MIMO simulations & Hybrid beamforming
• Multi-user MIMO designs
• Introduction to WLAN standards (including IEEE 802.11ad and 802.11ah)
• Winner II and 5G (TR 38.900 TDL and CDL) channel models
Dr. Houman Zarrinkoub is a senior product manager at MathWorks responsible for LTE, WLAN, 5G and wireless communications products. During his 16 years of service at MathWorks, he has also served as a development manager and has been responsible for multiple signal processing and communications software tools. Prior to MathWorks, he was a research scientist in the Wireless Group at Nortel Networks, where he contributed to multiple standardization projects for 3G mobile and voice coding technologies. He has been awarded multiple patents on topics related to computer simulations of signal processing applications. Houman is the author of the book Understanding LTE with MATLAB: From Mathematical Modeling to Simulation and Prototyping (Wiley, 2014). He holds a B.Sc. degree in electrical engineering from McGill University and M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in telecommunications from the Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique, in Canada.
IPD 4: Towards Cellular 5G Standards: An overview of 3GPP New Radio
6 Dec 2017, 14:00 - 15:30, at Room 3
Dr. Nikhil Kundargi, National Instruments, US
Abstract: The term 5G seems to refer to all kinds of different wireless technologies. But what actually is 5G? The 3GPP standards body has been meeting regularly to define this next-generation standard for a New Radio(NR). In this presentation the audience can learn what 3GPP organizational partners have already approved for 5G and what technologies they are considering. The standardization process in 3GPP proceeds in Releases which within the context of 5G have been split into Phases. The timeline, structure and deployment of these Phases will be explained. Specifically, Phase 1 of New Radio that is relevant to the current 5G Work Item and Phase 2 of New Radio that is relevant to the upcoming 5G Study Items will be elaborated in detail. We will also cover the detailed structure of the New Radio Physical Layers. As is well known by now, beam based communication is one of the foundational additions in 5G New Radio. The presence of narrow beam based communication impacts protocol design in myriad aspects such as for initial access, synchronization, broadcast and control channel design etc. We will cover the salient decisions in these topics taken by 3GPP and provide the rationale behind the key decisions. By the end of this presentation, the audience should be well informed and up to date on the latest developments in 5G cellular standards and have a firm understanding of the key technologies and protocols being developed at a rapid rate in the standards bodies.
Nikhil Kundargi, Ph.D is a Senior Wireless Platform Architect in the Advanced Wireless Research Team at National Instruments since 2012. He leads the Massive MIMO research initiative at NI. He is the 3GPP RAN1 Delegate for NI and participates in LTE-Advanced and 5G Cellular standardization. His research interests include Massive MIMO, Full Dimension MIMO, 5G New Radio, mmWave, PHY/MAC layer design and prototyping, Dense LTE networks, Real-time DSP, Software Defined Radio Architectures, Cognitive Radio Networks, Spectrum Sensing, Dynamic Spectrum Access, Anomaly Detection and Statistical Signal Processing. He received his Ph.D in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in 2012, where his advisor was Prof. Ahmed Tewfik, Department Chair of Electrical Engineering. He was a member of WNCG (Wireless Networking and Communications Group and formerly a Graduate School Fellow at the University of Minnesota from 2006-10. He is also an active member of IEEE Austin ComSoc Chapter and served as the Vice-Chair for the Industry Forum at IEEE Globecom 2015.
IPD 5: Disruptive Internet of Things – Applications, Architecture, and Future Trends
6 Dec 2017, 16:00 - 17:30, at Room 3
Mr. Fawzi Behmann, President, TelNet Management Consulting, Inc. and IEEE NA Vice-Chair, Communications Society
Abstract: Smart IoT solutions and services have been unleashed due to the recent advancement in wireless, miniaturization of technology, improvement in processing power, standards, and market attraction.
Can IoT deliver:
· Improvement to business efficiencies?
· Improving quality of lives?
· Enriching experience?
· Empower realization of personalization of services?
Takeaway points and learning outcomes:
· learn about early adoption of IoT leading to a formal IoT/Collaborative IoT model and will understand key drivers leading to the growth and adoption of IoT.
· learn about application requirements, architecture, and solution in key market areas such as smart connect homes and buildings, smart health and fitness, and smart infrastructure. Interaction will include group exercises.
· explore critical considerations in building IoT product and system solutions leveraging smart software IoT platform approach, integrate cloud computing/analytics, security handling and sensor fusion, wearables, and other advanced devices such as 3D, robot, and drone. Interaction will include group exercises.
· have a clear understanding as to how virtualization (SDN and NFV) will drive 5G and IoT for a scalable solution and services by 2020. Attendees will witness and interact with some use cases.
This session/workshop is divided into the following four segments:
- Understanding Pre-IoT, IoT and Collaborative IoT Model
- Development IoT in enabling Smart Homes/Buildings , Smart Car and Smart Energy
- Development IoT in Health & Fitness and Infrastructure
- Virtualization – a key driver for 5G and IoT
Fawzi is a visionary, thought leader, author, distinguished lecturer, entrepreneur and contributor in advancing adoption of technology in serving humanity. Fawzi spent over 30 years in industry and held various executive and leadership positions with Tier 1 companies in the areas of communications and networks spanning supply-chain from service provider to equipment vendor to semiconductor in US and Canada.
IPD 6: Drone Base Stations: Opportunities and Challenges Towards a Truly “Wireless” Wireless Network
7 Dec 2017, 11:00 - 12:30, at Room 3
Dr. Ming Ding, Data 61, CSIRO, Australia
Prof. Mahbub Hassan, University of New South Wales, Australia
Mr. Lorenzo Galati Giordano, Nokia Bell Labs, Ireland
Abstract: With recent advancements in drone technology, researchers are now considering the possibility of deploying small cells base stations using drones or even plugged on dynamically flying drones. An obvious advantage of such drone base stations (DBSs) is that the operators can quickly provide cellular services in areas of urgent demand without having to pre-install any infrastructure. However, before walking down this path of DBSs and plunging into the detailed design of futuristic DBS networks, we need to acquire clear answers for the following questions:
- The viability of the business model for DBSs, i.e., what special advantages can DBSs bring about, compared with the conventional terrestrial base stations (TBSs). And more importantly, in exchange for those advantages, what are the new costs, e.g., more energy consumption due to flying drones combating the gravity, etc.
- The fundamentals on the performance of DBSs, i.e., how do the DBSs compare against the TBSs in terms of theoretical performance.
- The physical limitations of practical DBSs and their performance impacts, i.e., how do the DBSs compare against the TBSs in practice. In particular, we also need to consider the current regulations, i.e., which are the constraints that need to be taken into account while operating DBSs.
- The recent advances in DBS prototyping, i.e., what is the level of technology readiness.
In the proposed presentation, we will explore the above questions from perspectives of market survey reports, literature review, drone simulator/hardware experiments, computer simulations of wireless communication networks based on DBSs, and prototype DBS equipment developed by Nokia Bell Labs.
Historically, drones had been used mainly in military for reconnaissance purposes, but with recent developments in light-weight battery-powered drones, many civilian applications are emerging. Use of drones to deploy small cells in areas of urgent needs is one of the emerging applications currently being studied by many researchers. The greatest advantage of this approach is that DBSs can be sent immediately to a specific target location to establish emergency communication links without having to deploy any infrastructure.
However, it is still not clear whether DBSs can go beyond being just a solution for emergency communications. Is it a far-fetched thought to deploy DBSs in 5G or 6G networks? Note that as mentioned before, the DBSs addressed in this presentation is different from the high-altitude (~20km) aerial platforms investigated by Google/Facebook and the medium-altitude (~200m) aerial platforms developed by European Union FP7 ABSOLUTE Project. To sum up, the proposed presentation is important and timely because:
- It answers an intriguing question why we should consider adopting DBSs in cellular networks.
- It provides a very large picture of DBSs, covering business model, technology taxonomy, experiment and simulation, and prototyping.
- It shows another possibility of network deployment for 5G, which is estimated to roll out in 2020.
Ming Ding (Member, IEEE) is a Senior Research Scientist at Data61 (previously known as NICTA), Australia. He has authored about 40 papers in IEEE journals and conferences, all in recognized venues, and about 20 3GPP standardization contributions, as well as a Springer book Multi-point Cooperative Communication Systems: Theory and Applications. Also, as the first inventor, he holds 15 CN, 7 JP, 3 US, 2 KR patents and co-authored another 100+ patent applications on 4G/5G technologies. He is or has been Guest Editor/Co-Chair/Co-Tutor/TPC member of several IEEE top-tier journals/conferences, e.g., the IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, the IEEE Communications Magazine, and the IEEE Globecom Workshops.
Mahbub Hassan (Senior Member, IEEE) is a Professor in the School of Computer Science and Engineering, the University of New South Wales, Sydney and recently served as a Distinguished Lecturer of IEEE (COMSOC) for 2013-2016. He worked as Visiting Professor at Osaka University, Japan, University of Nantes, France, and National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan. He has co-authored three books, which are used in universities across North America, Europe, and Asia. He is currently an Editor of IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorial and has previously served as Editor for IEEE Network, IEEE Communications Magazine, and Computer Communications. Professor Hassan has completed PhD from Monash University, Australia and MSc from University of Victoria, Canada. More information about Professor Hassan is available from http://www.cse.unsw.edu.au/~mahbub.
Lorenzo Galati Giordano (Member, IEEE) is currently a Member of Technical Staff at Nokia Bell Labs Ireland. Lorenzo has authored or co-authored more than 15 papers in IEEE journals and conferences and holds several commercial patents. He has been Chair of IEEE WCNC Co-HetNEt 2012 workshop, editor of the book Vehicular Technologies - Deployment and Applications by Intech, TPC Member and reviewer for IEEE conferences and journals. In the last years, Lorenzo has been a team member of the Nokia F-Cell project, an innovative self-powered, self-configured and auto-connected drone deployed small cell powered by a massive MIMO wireless backhaul. F-Cell won the CTIA Emerging Technology (E-Tech) 2016 Award for cutting-edge mobile products and services transforming Wide Area Networks (5G, 4G and LTE 4.5) and won the Silver Edison Award 2017.
IPD 7: Modular virtualization framework for management and support of PNFs and VNFs in the context of vRAN 5G Small Cell Protocols
7 Dec 2017, 14:00 - 15:30, at Room 3
Mr. Mateusz Jemielity, IS-Wireless, Poland
Dr. Slawomir Pietrzyk, IS-Wireless, Poland
Abstract: In this presentation and demo we will share our industrial experience on design and implementation of the virtualization framework - the key element of complete vRAN 5G Small Cell network stack. Unlike the actual 3GPP functionalities, the framework is not specified and is left for proprietary implementation. Nevertheless the services it provides are needed by many architectures. For embedded environments the framework provides a set of useful, basic services - allowing the developers to focus on actual specification. For cloud environments, the framework extends what is available through MANOs. It complements and further details basic features available either through NFV-compliant MANO or other popular projects, like Juju. Our solution offers plug and play services that significantly shorten stack development time.
We will demonstrate results of virtualization framework development providing a set of useful services for client NFs (network functions). The framework modules are designed to be deployed both as PNFs (physical NFs) and VNFs (virtual NFs). VNFCs (VNF components) comprising the modules are implemented in standard C99 as a set of binaries and libraries, making them suitable for both embedded environments and the cloud. The default implementation makes use of standard POSIX features, but its high granularity and abstraction allows easy ports to any required platforms. Each VNFC is independent and relies on message passing for communication, by default realized over network sockets. This makes it easy to deploy in a distributed manner and easy to customize for the end user. The message passing implementation and API uses open, industry-standard protocols.
Mateusz Jemielity is a senior software engineer focusing on architecture and development of the protocol stack. He joined the company in 2015. His previous experience was in Samsung Poland R&D Center (2009-2015). He holds M.Sc. in Informatics from University of Gdansk and was awarded “best student” in 2008/2009. Mateusz is a developer skilled in C/C++, Java and Python.
Dr. Slawomir Pietrzyk is an expert in wireless technologies and the author of the first book on OFDMA, entitled “OFDMA for Broadband Wireless Access”, and published in 2006 by Artech House. He holds a Ph.D. degree from the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands and postgraduate diploma in management from the Warsaw School of Economics. Prior to IS-Wireless, Slawomir worked for T-Mobile and Ubiquitous Communication Program at the Delft University of Technology.
IPD 8: libeventdev: An event scheduler API in DPDK
5 Dec 2017, 14:00 - 17:30, at Room 3
Mr. Gage Eads, Intel, US
Mr. Harry van Haaren, Intel, US
Dr. Sundar Vedantham, Intel, US
Abstract: The Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK) project spearheaded by Intel is a collection of software libraries, designed to help improve the packet processing efficiency across a wide range of wired and wireless platforms built using Commercial Off-The-Shelf (COTS) hardware. Libeventdev is a new DPDK library aimed at network application developers, that need to use an event-based programming model in concert with the existing high-performance packet processing framework of DPDK to develop networking applications capable of handling large volumes of packet flows. This tutorial will walk the attendees through the process of creating functional applications using the DPDK eventdev library.
The next generation of wireless deployment referred to as 5G demands capacity, latency, and power numbers that are an order of magnitude more stringent compared to 4G. Here are the minimum requirements for 5G deployment that are currently being finalized.
The first part of the tutorial will contain three subsections and will take about one hour.
- It will first introduce attendees to the concept of an event scheduler and highlight its benefits to applications in the wired and wireless networking domain.
- Next, the presenters will provide an overview of the libeventdev-based EM application and DPDK.
- Then the presenters will walk the attendees through the libeventdev API, tying it back to the event scheduler concepts introduced previously.
The second part of the tutorial will be hands-on and will take about two hours.
- Attendees will be guided through all stages of development of a runnable eventdev application, using the software eventdev PMD.
- Then, attendees will learn how to configure an event scheduler and its queues and ports, how to enqueue and dequeue events to the scheduler, and tips for writing high-performance event-based applications.
- System requirements, as well as virtual machine and container images containing the necessary development environment, will be made available in advance
Gage Eads, Intel, is a Software Engineer working in the Data Center Group in Austin, TX. His previous experience includes software development for the load-balancing and scheduling engine in the Axxia® Communication Processor product line, and Tessellation OS, a real-time, high-throughput operating system for manycore systems. He received a B.S. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Texas in 2010 and an M.S. degree in
computer science from the University of California, Berkeley in 2013.
Harry van Haaren, Intel, is a Network Software Engineer based in Shannon, Ireland. Primarily working on DPDK, he has been involved with the design of the eventdev API since it was publicly available. He gained hands-on experience and practical learnings of achieving high-performance event scheduling in software during the implementation of the software eventdev. He received a B.S degree in Music, Media, and Performance technology from the University of Limerick, and has a background in design and implementation of real-time audio software on Linux.
Sundar Vedantham, Intel, is a Senior Technical Manager working in the Data Center Group in Allentown, PA. His research interests include network traffic and congestion management, high-speed networking, and theoretical
computer models, areas in which he holds patents and has published papers, book chapter & articles. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science in 1997 from Louisiana State University. He enjoys writing articles in English and Tamil to help improve public understanding of technical details behind the fields he has worked on and to attract young students to get into STEM fields.
IPD 9: Simulation and Emulation of Internet of Things (IoT) using NetSim
6 Dec 2017, 11:00 - 12:30, at Room 5
Pranav Viswanathan, TETCOS, India
Shashikant Suman, TETCOS, India
Abstract: A trusted name in the field of network simulation and emulation, NetSim, network simulator and emulator, is used by 300+ customers globally for network design, protocol analysis, modeling military communications and network R & D. NetSim emulator allows users to connect real hardware to the simulator
In this presentation, we will explain how users can design any IOT network by using NetSim's GUI to drag and drop devices, set parameters, add traffic and log statistics. The device attributes cover the 6LoWPAN stack with 802.15.4 protocol in MAC and PHY, and routing protocols AODV and RPL in the Network layer. We will then run example IOT simulations and analyze results available at network, subnetwork, device, link and application levels. We will then further drill into a detailed packet and event traces. The next part of the talk will be about using the packet animator to visualize the simulation. And finally, we will cover advanced features such as developing custom protocols by modifying NetSim source codes, interfacing NetSim with external software such as MATLAB and connecting NetSim to hardware such as the Raspberry PI.
Pranav is part of the founding team of NetSim and currently handles Sales & Marketing, Product Management, and Support. In the early years of NetSim he wrote the Discrete Event Simulation (DES) framework for NetSim including the simulation kernel and metrics engine. He continues to be closely involved with NetSim development especially the verification of simulation correctness. He has a penchant for interacting with customers, appreciating their requirements, and answering needs with software. Pranav received his B-Tech from IIT Madras.
Shashikant is part of the founding team of NetSim and is the current development lead. He has been instrumental in key developments including the development of the virtual network stack, Netsim emulator module, NetSim API's and custom code development framework. In addition, he has written a number of protocol models including 802.11, 802.15.4, 802.22 and LTE libraries.
Shashikant received his Integrated MSc from IIT Kharagpur.
IPD 10: Next Generation Wireless Evolution: 5G, NB-IoT and Test Challenges
5 Dec 2017, 11:00 - 12:30, at Room 4
Mr. You Gwang Yeol, Keysight
Mr. Ken Yong, Keysight
5G Trend and Test Challenges: 5G is very different from 4G(LTE) that it will set to revolutionize everything we know about the design, testing and operating cellular systems.
5G, if operating in mmWave Frequency band will require operation in a new air interface. The technical challenge from designers and engineers perspective, is “time to throw away the cables” , as OTA (over the air) testing will gain the importance in 5G. in addition, we will explore more in what’s 5G technologies, Verizon(US) Pre-5G, and KT(Korea) 5G-SIC differences when come to 3GPP NR, and finally how to address these problems using Keysight 5G solutions.
Understanding NarrowBand-IoT Technologies: NB-IoT is gaining traction in Singapore as local telco has commercially launched the network. Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN) technologies are deployed to better cope with the characteristics and requirements of these devices and their applications. In this session, we will trying to understand NB-IoT tech, and also the problem facing by engineers and researchers from different requirements, like RF parametric measurement, and also power consumptions.
You Gwang Yeol obtained electronics bachelor's degree from the Dankook University of Seoul, Korea in 2004. He is currently the Korea 5G projects key lead solution engineers and is working with various 5G parties to ensure the success launch of commercial 5G network. He received the award of "Outstanding Technical Paper" from IEEE international conference in 2013, and main interests are in the physical layer of wireless communication and 5G.
Ken Yong graduates with a bachelor degree in Physics from University Malaya in 2003. Ken Yong was the key IoT lead in SEA region, working extensively with telco, manufacturer and designer for next generation wireless research and implementation. He has worked extensively in the Semiconductor industry as a Test Engineer in Texas Instruments, Jaalaa & Ember Corp and acquire vast knowledge in Wireless components and devices.