6GSYMPOSIUM Fall 2022

Building the 6G Experience

11-12, October 2022 • Live Event

Hotel Washington • 515 15th St NW, Washington, DC 20004

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3GPP Rel-19 Toward 6G – Ofinno

Recently, 3GPP SA1 started various studies for Rel-19 5G systems. The outcome of Rel-19 may not only show the additional capability that the 5G system will offer, but also provide guidance on what the future 6G system needs to be capable of. This whitepaper discusses the ongoing areas of the Rel-19 studies.

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The (Wireless) Logic of IoT Consolidation Excluding the MNOs

While the Internet of Things is growing well annually, these days the operator community doesn't talk too much about it. Wireless Logic's Paul Bullock discusses the business challenges facing MNOs in taking advantage of IoT and sets out a possible future for the sector.

6G, Share Prices, and a Blood Transfusion

Digital transformation is being seen as a critical element of telecoms providers' survival. The current financial outlook for the industry is not great, and that will feed through into scope for investment into the next generation. We explore whether there is an opportunity to start remedying that.

A “Physical Layer Machine Learning Applications Want To See”?

Rob Calderbank of Duke University is one of those unusual academics to have spent a long time in commercial telecoms environments. Today, while he is leading Duke’s interdisciplinary work on big data, he has also recently published work on something he calls pulsones, which may contribute to a more efficient future air interface. 6GWorld caught up with him to find out more about this, and why a big data professor is worrying about radio.

6 Months of 6G – Action Globally

While many of us are familiar with the leading role of the USA, China and Europe in the development of mobile technologies all the way up to 5G, countries around the world are seeing their opportunity to contribute in new ways to the next generation of telecoms. The past six months have seen not just statements of intent but concrete actions to bring countries and regions into the 6G fold.

A “Physical Layer Machine Learning Applications Want To See”?

A “Physical Layer Machine Learning Applications Want To See”?

Rob Calderbank of Duke University is one of those unusual academics to have spent a long time in commercial telecoms environments. Today, while he is leading Duke’s interdisciplinary work on big data, he has also recently published work on something he calls pulsones, which may contribute to a more efficient future air interface. 6GWorld caught up with him to find out more about this, and why a big data professor is worrying about radio.

6 Months of 6G – Action Globally

6 Months of 6G – Action Globally

While many of us are familiar with the leading role of the USA, China and Europe in the development of mobile technologies all the way up to 5G, countries around the world are seeing their opportunity to contribute in new ways to the next generation of telecoms. The past six months have seen not just statements of intent but concrete actions to bring countries and regions into the 6G fold.

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