Nokia Solutions and Networks and the NYU WIRELESS Research Center at the Polytechnic School of Engineering at New York University are jointly organizing the first Brooklyn 5G Summit on April 23 – 25, 2014 in Brooklyn, New York, with a special focus on Antennas and Propagation, Channel modeling and Measurements for 5G.

A summary of the Brooklyn 5G Summit is available to download here.

The 2014 Brooklyn 5G Summit brings together wireless/mobile industry R&D leaders in academia and business, along with the NYU WIRELESS industrial affiliate member companies to explore the future of 5G wireless. This inaugural event will be an annual forum to discuss trends, aimed at discovering “what´s hot and what´s not”,  and what will be the best ways to take the first steps towards understanding and framing the world’s 5G wireless technology. Discussions will be centered around many cutting edge themes, including 5G spectrum availability and regulatory issues, requirements and technologies for 5G, propagation and channel modeling at new spectrum bands from 3 to 100 GHz, and innovative architectures and systems needed to build out the capacity demands of tomorrow. The Brooklyn 5G Summit will bring together world leaders and will feature keynotes, oral presentations, poster sessions and lively panel discussions.

General Co-Chairs : Dr. Amitabha Ghosh (NSN) and Dr. Ted Rappaport (NYU WIRELESS)

Conference Operations Committee
Volker Held: Marketing, NSN
Loretta Kohlstedt: Hospitality, NSN
Alim Williams: Support, NYU WIRELESS
Overall Co-ordination: Eventually

Brooklyn 5G Summit – Summary



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