Title: Supercharging Indoor/Campus Broadband & Functionality (Wi-Fi 6E)

Time: On demand

Duration: 1 hour

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FCC’s April 23rd monthly meeting opened a new unlicensed band in 6 GHz (5.925-7.125 GHz) bringing 1200 MHz of untapped spectrum to the telecommunications toolbox.  Learn what Wi-Fi 6E technology evolution has to offer. Moreover, discussions surrounding the comparison of Wi-Fi 6 vs. 5G NR will be outlined by leading Nokia Bell Labs researchers including a look into cutting edge research on how these evolving technologies will supercharge network functionality and data collection. Don’t miss an opportunity to ask questions to the experts working on “Future X” networks.  Clear your schedule since this is a webinar you can’t miss participating in live.

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Klaus Doppler
Technical lead of the Mirror X project
Nokia Bell Labs

Klaus is heading the Indoor Networks Research. His research focus is on enabling ubiquitous Gigabit connectivity and developing platforms for smart buildings, enterprises and factories. In the past, he has been responsible for the wireless research and standardization in Nokia Technologies, incubated a new business line and pioneered research on Device-to-Device Communications underlaying LTE networks. Klaus received several inventor awards in Nokia for 100+ pending and granted patent applications. He has published 40+ scientific publications, received his PhD. from Aalto University, Finland in 2010 and his MSc. from Graz University of Technology, Austria in 2003.

Prabodh Varshney
Head of Wi-Fi Standardization
Nokia Bell Labs

Prabodh is responsible for developing strategy related to Wi-Fi Standards, representing Nokia as Board member in Wi-Fi Alliance and Lead delegate in IEEE 802.11 and WFA. In past he had represented Nokia as Board member in WiGig and founded and chaired Social Wi-Fi SIG which resulted in developing certification program Wi-Fi Aware in WFA. He had also worked in various standard bodies responsible for developing 3G cellular standards. Within Nokia managed projects for WLAN evolution and cellular technology evolution. He has numerous publications in various IEEE journals and conferences and have been granted 19 US patents. He received his M.Sc. and Ph.D. from University of Saskatchewan, Canada.

Michele Giroux
Chief Administrative Officer
Rural Wireless Association

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