[초청세미나] What can we do with 5G? – Supported use cases and expected performance

When:
7월 12, 2018 @ 16:30 – 17:30
Where:
서울대학교 뉴미디어통신공동연구소 1층 대회의실(132동 103호)
Categories:
  • 강사 : 강두호 (Ericsson Research, Sweden)
  • 일시 : 2018년 7월 12일(목) 오후 4시 30분
  • 장소 : 서울대학교 뉴미디어통신공동연구소 1층 대회의실(132-103)

Abstract

The first 5G standardization was finalized at the end of 2017 and an interest gradually moves toward the real implementation of radio base station products and core networks. Compared to 4G LTE, 5G new radio (NR) will support a mmWave frequency range and also is designed to be more flexible to enable diverse use cases. This seminar discusses the expected performance of 5G radio networks and provide the proof points of supported use cases. The system performance based on Ericsson state of art 3D channel shows that 3.5GHz is very valuable on existing grids when used together with lower bands. 30GHz is useable in deployments with good coverage. Examples include line of sight to building, small cells, fixed wireless, outdoor-to-outdoor, and indoor-to-indoor. In addition, NR supports factory automation with 100% system availability subject to extreme link requirements.

Biography

Dr. Du Ho Kang is a Senior Researcher in Ericsson Research, Sweden. He received his Ph.D. degree under the guidance of Prof. Jens Zander at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden at 2014. He also obtained his M.S degree in electrical and electronics engineering from Seoul National University, South Korea, in 2010. His expertise is concept developments of 4G/5G radio networks and performance evaluation towards diverse international standardization and spectrum regulation bodies including 3GPP RAN, CBRS alliance, Multifire alliance (MFA), ETIS BRAN, ECC, ITU-R. In Ericsson, he was one of key contributors in the LTE licensed assistant access (LAA) concept and in the pre-5G standardization phase research to the first 3GPP release. His current interest is developing the solution concepts of inter-networking and massive MIMO for 5G base station products.