RF & Telecommunications
THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 2023
Filling in the gaps for next-generation wireless solutions
The transition from 4G to 5G brought major advances in wireless communications. With 6G rapidly approaching, new technologies will be needed if we are to deliver on promises like zero-touch networks, spatial-division multiplexing, higher spectrum use, and dedicated, distributed resources. We may even have to rethink how networks are built.
Welcome coffee, Exhibition & Networking
09:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. | Morning Session
Research Manager, Ericsson AB
Higher frequencies to boost mobile network capacity—does it make sense?... more info
Research Engineer—Device Integration, CEA-Leti
Advanced semiconductors for Sub-THz communications: InP on Silicon pathfinding... more info
RF Layout Eng. & Project Manager, CEA-Leti
Overcoming TRX design challenges in mmWave Beamforming for 5G communications and beyond... more info
High expectations come from new mmW spectrum spaces availability. Promises for higher bandwidth, data rates, and connectivity ability. But also questions about demanding technologies and costs increase. Experts from CEA-Leti and industries will share their thoughts about this.
Fredrick Tillman, Ericsson AB; Hervé Boutry, CEA-Leti; Jérôme Prouvée, CEA-Leti; Pierre Busson, STMicroelectronics; Thomas Meyer, STMicroelectronics (from left to right)
Lunch, Exhibition & Networking
- Latest Demos: Discover more than 50 live demos and network with potential partners.
- Startups Corner: Don’t miss out on the startup corner to learn about the latest tech offers.
- Business Meetings: Book meetings with experts to discuss your innovation project.
- Forum Area: Listen 15 minute sales-oriented pitches. Discover the latest developments offered by CEA-Leti startups and local SMEs specializing in microelectronics.
02:30 p.m. - 04:30 p.m. | Afternoon Session
Senior 5G System Architect, IRT Saint Exupery
xG TN-NTN, a sovereign program toward an integrated Terrestrial and Non-Terrestrial Network... more info
Research Operation Manager - Networks and Infrastructure, Orange
6G—An operator's vision... more info
Senior Research Scientist, CEA-Leti
Towards energy efficient 6G: Cell-free massive MIMO and sequential fronthaul... more info
Next mobile generation will highly consider IoT communication links and disaggregated connectivity, this latter as a beneficial feature for better and more efficient coverage. New modalities like NTN / HAPS are listed amongst the most promising for full coverage. In addition, small-cell deployments will enable flexible and local connectivity as part of the 6G possible deployment.
Paul Vincent, IRT Saint Exupery; Rafik Zayani, CEA-Leti; Jean Schwoerer, Orange (from left to right)
Coffee break, Exhibition & Networking