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Silicon-Based Phased Arrays for 5G
September 18 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
On September 18th the AP/MTT and ED/CAS Chapters of the IEEE Foothill Section are hosting the Distinguished Microwave Lecture:
Silicon-Based Millimeter-Wave Phased Arrays for 5G: Fundamentals to Future Trends
Presented by Dr. Bodhisatwa Sadhu from IBM T.J. Watson Research Center & Columbia University
5G cellular communications use millimeter-wave phased arrays to achieve high data rates and low latency. The majority of the 5G millimeter-wave infrastructure will be partially or completely based on silicon technology. This talk will discuss key aspects of silicon-based millimeter-wave phased-array module design and characterization. It will cover fundamentals of phased arrays, provide an overview of phased array antenna modules using silicon technology, and take a deep dive into an example 5G phased array antenna module. The talk will end with a peek into the future of 5G directional communications.
Please join us for this fascinating and compelling presentation.
Co-sponsored by: IEEE Buffalo Section AP/MTT Chapter
Speaker(s): Dr. Bodhisatwa Sadhu,
9:00-9:15AM : Networking and Introductions
9:15-10:15AM : Technical Presentation by Dr. Sadhu
10:15-10:30AM : Questions and Closing Remarks
Ontario, California, United States, 91764, Virtual: https://events.vtools.ieee.org/m/279289