InterDigital’s Monisha Ghosh to join a panel at IEEE’s ICC

June 3, 2014 / 5G, IEEE, Wireless Backhauls / Posted By: Meghan Carney

On June 10th the worldwide tech community will congregate in Sydney, Australia for one of IEEE’s flagship conferences – International Conference on Communications (ICC).   This year’s conference, “Communications: The Centrepoint of Digital Economy”, features a packed schedule of Keynotes, technical sessions, workshops, tutorials and panels \, all focused on furthering ICC’s cause – the advancement of wireless technology and communications.

The opening ceremonies will kick off with a Keynote by Professor Bijan Jabbari, George Mason University, where he will present recent research on advances in wireless technology, and discuss the requirements needed to make Machine to Machine (M2M) connections a part of our everyday lives.    Other notable presentations will cover everything from Defining the Wireless Future with Dr. Chih-Lin I, Chief Scientist of Wireless Technologies at China Mobile, to a panel discussion on Advanced Technologies for Disaster-Resilient Networks, with much more in between.

InterDigital’s own Monisha Ghosh, Principal Engineer, will be joining a panel of experts on Wireless Backhauls for Future Broadband Networks.   On Friday, June 13th, Monisha, along with the other panelists will discuss how technologies like mmWave backhaul design are being developed to meet the ever-growing demands of the next generation wireless infrastructure.  In addition to opening the floor to a Q&A session, the panel will introduce the high speed low latency E-Band system that has been recently developed.

To learn more about Monisha’s work with wireless technology, check out the white paper she authored on 5G Carrier Grade Wi-Fi.