Brooklyn 5G Summit Exhibits 2018
1 – Altaeros
Introduction to the new technology in Telecom Industry
2 – Blu Wireless
Blu Wireless Dual Modem mmWave multi-gigabit streaming
The Blu Wireless Technology Typhoon platform Demo demonstrates multi-gigabit rate file transfer and UHD streaming video using 60 GHz phased array platform incorporating BWT’s production dual-modem baseband technology
3 – Blue Danube
Multi-Band FDD Massive MIMO Antenna
The BeamCraft™ 600 series is Blue Danube’s second generation 5G-ready Massive MIMO system. BeamCraft 600 supports simultaneous beamforming over multiple FDD frequency bands and multi standard deployments including 3G/4G, allowing operators to deliver increased capacity through a single compact system.
The 96-element BeamCraft 600 supports up to two active mid bands using 16 software configurable beams within the same light weight 14” wide form factor and can integrate a passive low-band option.
4 – InterDigital
3 node mesh mmW transport live remote demo
5 – InterDigital
Mobile Edge Computing 5G Video experience
The demonstration includes live end-to-end 360 video streaming platform with AR capabilities, deployed at the mobile network edge.
6 – National Instruments
28 GHz Test UE for IODT
NI will show our 28 GHz mmWave Transceiver System (MTS) acting as a 5G New Radio (NR) UE interacting with a commercial 5G NR base station from a major infrastructure vendor. They have provided us with a pre-recorded signal from their base station that will be played out by the MTS transmitter. The MTS receiver will receive the signal and fully process the NR signal in real time. There will be a video in the vendor’s booth showing the base station running in real time as well as the MTS UE to create a fully real-time communications system.
7 – PHAZR
Hyperdense 5G Millimeter Wave System
PHAZR is showcasing a live demonstration of a 5G Millimeter Wave system using fully-digital hyperdense beamforming technology .
The setup consists of a Multi-Gbps capacity RABACK(TM) base station communicating simultaneously with multiple devices. Live system operation and control via the ECCAN(TM) engine (Edge Control, Compute & Analytics) will be demonstrated, along with system performance statistics.
8 – Rohde & Schwarz
5G NR signal generation and analysis
Generating and analyzing 5G NR signals for e.g. RF component tests
9 – University of Akron
Digital multi-beam beamformer
10 – Nokia – 1
5G network slicing for automotive
Al enabled automation and optimization of 5G Network slices for vertical industries like automotive.
11 – Nokia – 2
5G-powered tactile production system
By integrating the human needs for feeling things, we provide a far better control for remote maintenance. This is enabled by force, tactile and temperature feedback, which allows to remotely maintain machines and things without the risk of damaging them or putting the operator in harm’s way. This is enabled using an e2e URLLC solution, including an edge cloud for processing the sensor and video data and for synchronizing the audio, video and haptic streams.
12 – Nokia – 3
5G phased-array solution for emerging mmWave bands
End to end multigibit link using Nokia Bell Labs developed air interface and itegrated 90 GHz phased-array technology.
13 – Nokia – 4
5G NR VR lab AI machine-learning radio
The Nokia 5GNR Virtual Reality Lab brings participants into Nokia’s 5G Future X Labs in Oulu where we visualize key features of our 5G and our AirScale gNB demonstrate the initial use case of extreme mobile broadband.
14 – Nokia – 5
NF-1X: Automating 5G Network Function Interconnections
NF-1X is a unifeid, seamless and smart IP transpot fabric for automatically interconnecting distributed network functions in emerging cloud-native 5G infrastructures.
15 – Nokia – 6
Evolution to 5G Core
With Nokia’s cloud-native 5G Core, service providers can deliver on the promise of 5G with scale, reliability, security and operational simplicity. Bell Labs component: 5G UPF-relocation allows for dynamic traffic offload and thus for a 50ms reduction of latency. This is demonstrated by a PING-App. Optially, a game shows the impact of 50ms latency on the game score.
16 – Nokia – 7
Smart Lighting Indoor IOT
Multi-purpose and multi-tenant distributed computing system for communications and IoT on the ultra-dense lighting grid of smart buildings.
17 – NYU – 1
Dynamic Channel Measurements Using Phased Arrays
To better understand channel dynamics in mmWave systems, NYU WIRELESS has built a custom measurement using two SiBeam phased arrays. These arrays, combined with a powerful and flexible National Instruments baseband have enabled the study of channel dynamics on incredibly short timescales. Today, you can see a live demonstration of the system and some initial results from a recent indoor measurement campaign that investigated the effects of human blockage at 60 GHz.
18 – NYU – 2
NYUSIM: An open source millimeter wave channel simulator
The 5G channel simulator, NYUSIM, with a user-friendly graphical user interface (GUI), has been developed based on wideband statistical spatial channel model (SSCM) created from extensive real-world millimeter-wave (mmWave) measurements and over 1 Terabyte of raw data. NYUSIM is applicable for arbitrary carrier frequencies from 500 MHz to 100 GHz, bandwidths up to 800 MHz, various antenna beam widths. Different types of antenna arrays such as the uniform linear array (ULA) and the uniform rectangular array (URA) can be simulated with a variable number of antenna elements. A variety of outdoor environments can be simulated, such as urban microcell (UMi), urban macrocell (UMa), and rural macrocell (RMa) environments.
19 – NYU – 3
An Overview of Localization Techniques
This poster provides an overview of the various localization techniques studied in the past and how the capabilities of mmWave systems can be exploited to enable more precise localization in the future.
20 – NYU – 4
140 GHz Channel Sounder
This live demonstration shows a 140 GHz millimeter-wave channel sounder with a time resolution of less than 2 ns and has a large dynamic range. The channel sounder is capable of bi-directional angular measurements.
21 – NYU – 5
NS3 network simulation of 5G mmWave networks
22 – NYU – 6
A CMOS bio-chip for electrochemical sensing from conventional to very fast-scan cyclic voltammetry
NYU WIRELESS has received two SiBeam phased arrays that are capable of rapidly changing pointing angles with no moving parts. These arrays, combined with a powerful and flexible National Instruments baseband have enabled the study of channel dynamics on incredibly short timescales. Today, you can see a demonstration of a local blockage study using this hardware and an associated modeling framework.
23 – NYU – 7
TCP over IDC link – TBD
24 – NYU – 8
Low vision wireless technology
P1 Poster from Michele Polese
P2 Vehicular networks
P3 RF solutions for millimeter wave