Join WNCG Alumnus and Senior Manager of the Advanced Wireless Research Group at Qualcomm's Ian Wong as he discusses an overview of candidate waveforms for 5G during this year's Texas Wireless Summit: The View to 5G. 


WNCG Prof. Jeff Andrews moderates a panel on the role of unlicensed spectrum in 5G during the Texas Wireless Summit 2015: The View to 5G. 

Other panelists include: Arun Ghosh (AT&T Labs), Nihar Jindal (Google), Vinko Erceg (Broadcom), and Mingxi Fan (Qualcomm)

WNCG Prof. Robert Heath discusses Millimeter Wave for 5G in this 20 minute video from his talk at the Texas Wireless Summit 2015: The View to 5G.

Miss your chance to attend Texas Wireless Summit 2015: The View to 5G? Now you can watch the entire event online, courtesy of TWS 2015 media sponsor, RCR Wireless. 

Hosted by the University of Texas at Austin’s Wireless Networking and Communications Group (WNCG), the 13th annual Texas Wireless Summit (TWS) offered direct access to cutting-edge research and innovations from industry leaders, investors, academics and startups. This year’s theme was The View to 5G: From Applications to the Air Interface.

The keynote speakers included Gerhard Fettweis and Tom Marzetta, from TU Dresden and Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs, respectively.

Additional speakers included: Amitava Ghosh (Nokia Networks), Anthony Soong (Huawei), Arun Ghosh (AT&T Labs), Brian Modoff (Qualcomm), Charlie Zhang (Samsung Research America), Eduardo Esteves (Qualcomm), Erik Dahlman (Ericsson), Farooq Khan (Samsung Research America), Ian Wong (National Instruments), Mike Barrick (Anritsu), Nihar Jindal (Google), Gaurav Bansal (Toyota), Theodore Rappaport (NYU Wireless), Vinko Erceg (Broadcom), and Xinzhou Wu (Qualcomm). 

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