Title: Urban high capacity E-Band microwave for 5G and private networks

Time: On demand

Duration: 1 hour

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Multi-gigabit connectivity demand is growing exponentially and the industry is looking for compact and lightweight wireless solutions deployable in dense urban environments. Introducing the 10 Gb/s Nokia UBT-m U (urban).

With its fully flush embedded antenna, UBT-m U represents the most compact E-Band radio available in the market today and offers an excellent solution as a fiber alternative or fiber extension.

Topics Covered
  • Use cases for urban E-Band

  • Antenna & packaging considerations

  • How Nokia address the requirements

  • Market aspects

  • Conclusions

  • Q&A

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Marco Pasotti
Business Development Lead, Mobile Networks Transport

Marco Pasotti leads the business development team for Nokia’s Wavence Portfolio Management. He has a deep background in Microwave and IP technologies, both in the mobile backhaul and longhaul segments. Marco holds a degree in Telecommunication Engineering from Brescia University.

Rick Pryor
Mobile Networks Transport Sales Lead

Rick Pryor leads global product sales for our Wavence microwave business. He is a veteran of wireless communications having starting his engineering career performing microwave path designs for utility customers and then returning variously to microwave engineering and sale roles over the following 30 years. Rick holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from Melbourne University and an MBA in International Management from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.

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Tamas Madarasz
Transport Solutions Marketing, Mobile Networks

Tamas Madarasz leads Marketing for Nokia’s Mobile Networks Transport Solutions. Thanks to various sales and marketing roles he has gathered more than 15 years’ experience in wireless/wireline transport technologies.