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This 5G panel hosted by James Kimery, director of wireless software-defined radio and 5G at NI with expert guests Amitava Ghosh, Nokia Networks’ head of North America radio systems research; WNCG Prof. Robert Heath; Farooq Khan, president of Samsung Research America; Andrea Goldsmith, professor of electrical engineering at Stanford University discuss everything 5G including IoT, 5G, spectrum, Wi-Fi.

This 5G panel hosted by James Kimery, director of wireless software-defined radio and 5G at WNCG Industrial Affiliate National Instruments, with expert guests Amitava Ghosh, Nokia Networks’ head of North America radio systems research; WNCG Prof. Robert Heath; Farooq Khan, president of Samsung Research America; Andrea Goldsmith, professor of electrical engineering at Stanford University discuss everything 5G including IoT, 5G, spectrum and Wi-Fi.

Check out WNCG alumni Chan-Byoung Chae's award-winning demo on molecular MIMO communications. 

Dr. Chae is currently an Assistant Professor in the School of Integrated Technology at Yonsei University in Korea and is now a Founding Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Molecular, Biological and Multi-Scale Communications. At WNCG, he was advised by Prof. Robert Heath. 

Using software developed at the Cockrell School of Engineering and a low-cost GPS antenna, students in professor Todd Humphreys' Radionavigation Lab demonstrate position tracking of a virtual reality headset to centimeter accuracy, in real time.

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