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Broad Trends in IEEE 802.11 - 11ax, 11ad – Standards and Markets

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TitleBroad Trends in IEEE 802.11 - 11ax, 11ad  – Standards and Markets

SpeakerProf. Arogyaswami Paulraj, Stanford University, USA

HostProf. Xiaofeng Tao

TimeDecember 14th,2016 (Wednesday) 10:00-11:30 AM

LocationNew Research Building Room 510

 

Abstract

This talk will highlight some aspects of the 802.11 standards and eco-systems and its interaction with the 3GPP cellular standards and ecosystems.

The talk will focus manly on 11ax (HE) < 6 GHz standard under approval and 11ad 60 GHz standard which was approved in 2014.  We will touch upon core advancements promised by 11ax. Likewise, we will survey 11ad technology and its current (though unintended) application in outdoor mesh networks.

The need for better performance modeling and analytics to understand and improve network performance will also be touched on.

 

Prof. Arogyaswami Paulraj Bio

Arogyaswami Paulraj is a Professor Emeritus at Stanford University.

He has been invited as a foreign Master of the “Wireless Network Integration and Innovation Base”(111 base) of BUPT.

He has many recognitions including the 2014 Marconi Prize for his invention and advancement of MIMO wireless while at Stanford University, and the 2010 IEEE Bell Medal for pioneering MIMO-OFDMA technology (as founder of Iospan Wireless) now adopted by 4G cellular and WiFi.

Paulraj is a fellow of nine National Engg. / Scientific Academies including those in USA, India, China and Sweden.

Paulraj founded three companies in the US, -  Iospan Wireless acquired by Intel in 2003, Beceem Communications acquired by Broadcom in 2010 and Rasa Networks acquired by HPE in 2016.

Paulraj is an advisor to a number of companies, foundations and venture groups.

 

SKL-NST

December 11th,2016