[90all] Thursday Lunchtime Speaker Series: 5G

Ray Pelletier <rpelletier@isoc.org> Mon, 21 July 2014 18:01 UTC

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I want to remind you about the this meeting’s Thursday Lunchtime Speaker Series arranged for you 
by our Host, Ericsson.  The presentation is being held in the Ballroom from 12:00 - 12:45 Thursday, 
24 July.


Speaker:	Erik Dahlman

Erik Dahlman received the Master of Science degree and Doctor of Technology degree 
from the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm in1987 and 1992 respectively. He is 
currently Senior Expert in RadioAccess Technologies within Ericsson Research. Erik 
was deeply involved in the development and standardization of 3G radio access 
technologies (WCDMA and HSPA), first in Japan and later within the global 3GPP standardization 
body. Later on he was involved in the standardization/development of the 3GPP Long Term 
Evolution (LTE) and its continued evolution. His currently focuses on research and development 
of future 5G wireless access technologies.

Erik Dahlman is the co-author of the book 3G Evolution – HSPA and LTE for Mobile Broadband 
and its follow-up 4G – LTE and LTE-Advanced for mobile broadband.  In October 2009, Erik received 
the Major Technical Award, an award handed out by the Swedish Government, for his contributions to 
the technical and commercial success of the HSPA radio-access technology. 

Topic:	5G

Discussions on fifth generation (5g) wireless access has rapidly intensified during the latest two years. 
5G wireless access is seen as the long-term enabler of the overall networked society, not only providing
 enhanced mobile broadband access but being a tool to provide wireless connectivity for any kind of application.

This speech will provide an overview of the state of 5G efforts around the world. We will discuss the 
specific requirements and challenges being identified for 5G wireless access and the different technology
components and alternatives being considered. We will also outline possible time schedule for 5G in ITU and 3GPP.