About this webinar
Fifth/sixth generation mobile networks (5G/6G) are designed and deployed to support the growth of many applications. From delivering new entertainment, building on intelligent autonomous mobility, revolutionizing healthcare, and advancing manufacturing into a new era of smart connected factories and products integrating billions of cellular devices, millions of autonomous vehicles and trillions of sensors. 5G/6G will greatly improve performance and efficiency over previous mobile networks.
This new performance allows new, larger applications to flourish along with next-generation mobile device communications. Next-generation connectivity based on communications systems such as 5G/6G will revolutionize all industries and their impact could increase global GDP by more than $2 trillion by 2030. In addition, millimeter wave communication has become one of the most attractive methods for 5G. systems, as it can meet these requirements and provide throughput of several Gbps.
The high gain phased array antenna design with a steerable beam is a key component of 5G/6G cellular systems. This will affect the capacity of cellular networks by increasing the signal-to-noise ratio (SIR) using narrow transmit beams that provide sufficient signal strength at the receiving terminal over a longer distance. For 5G applications, several antenna array configurations have been investigated, such as patch antennas, printed microstrip antennas, and cylindrical conformal microstrip antennas. 5G systems can use adaptive beamforming antenna arrays, using multi-user massive MIMO technology, which can make more efficient use of radiated power.
What will you learn
- Modeling and optimization of a phased antenna array for the deployment of 5G/6G networks
- Antenna system coverage and evaluation of beamforming techniques
- Analysis and integration of the antenna system
Who should visit
RF Antenna Engineer – Antenna Designer
Dr. Laila Salman, Chief Technical Services Specialist