The Brooklyn 5G Summit

The Brooklyn 5G Summit
 April 19, 2017Brooklyn, NY

The Brooklyn 5G Summit brings together wireless/mobile industry R&D leaders in business, government, and academia to explore the future of 5G wireless.

Nokia and the NYU WIRELESS research center at NYU Tandon School of Engineering jointly organize the Brooklyn 5G Summit, which just completed its fourth year.

The 2017 summit's theme was "How close is 5G to commercial reality?" and focused on overall 5G end-to-end system design across the entire spectrum range, 5G regulatory aspects and 5G pre-commercial systems. In addition, select start-up companies shared their work and use cases for 5G in the evolving Internet of Things (IoT) space.

Several years worth of Brooklyn 5G content is below. This annual forum discovers “what´s hot and what´s not”, and continues to find the best ways to take steps towards understanding and framing the world’s 5G wireless technology future.


2017 Brooklyn 5G Summit, Day 12017 Brooklyn 5G Summit, Day 2Topic 1: Progress in Channel Models and Spectrum for 5GTopic 2: CTO Panel: New Wireless Business Topic 3: RAN for 5G <6GHz, cmWave and mmWave Topic 3: CTO Panel on 5GTopic 4: 5G IoT: Automotive IndustryTopic 5: 5G IoT: Ehealth and Virtual RealityTopic 6: 5G Proof-of-Concept (PoC) SystemsTitle: Key  Ideas  from  2015Topic  1:  Channel  Models  -­  Key  to  5G  and  Air-­Interface ...Topic  2:  Massive  MIMO  Technology  for  5G  and  LTE-­A  below ...Topic  3:  Spectrum  for  5GTopic  4:  Massive  MIMO  Technology  for  5G  (6  GHz  ?  100  GHz)Topic  5:  RFIC  Technology  for  Massive  MIMO  and  BeamformingBrooklyn  5G:  24  April  2014  -­  Deep  TracksBrooklyn  5G:  25  April  2014  -­  Deep  Tracks

Key Ideas from 2016