The 2015 LTE Innovation Summit has extended its Call for Papers deadline to January 16, 2015. The LTE Innovation Summit is seeking presenters from all stages of the mobile wireless ecosystem to discuss the unique design, implementation and testing challenges facing the mobile wireless and broadband industry.
This year’s areas of interest include advancements in 5G, LTE/LTE-Advanced, IMS, VoLTE, Rich Communication Suite (RCS), eMBMS, Location Based Services (LBS), small cells/HetNets/DAS, WiFi offloading, and similarly related topics. Each of these topics can be presented from the chipset/component, device/UE or network/system level perspective.
Now in its 6th year, the LTE Innovation Summit is an industry event hosted by Rohde & Schwarz that brings together key technology leaders, companies and engineers from across the mobile wireless industry. The 2015 LTE Innovation Summit will be held at the Hilton San Diego/Del Mar April 22-23, 2015. Submission deadlines for papers/presentations are: * January 16, 2015 — submission of formal abstracts * March 16, 2015 — full materials submission.
“The 2015 LTE Innovation Summit invites industry experts to present new technologies, designs, and best practices within the mobile wireless space,” said Keith Cobler, Industry Marketing Manager – Mobile Wireless at Rohde & Schwarz. “This year promises to deliver the forward-looking technical content you need with dozens of presentations and application tracks. Attendees can expect a real-world perspective on technologies and trends shaping today’s mobile wireless industry.”
The 2015 LTE Innovation Summit encourages papers in the following areas:
- Carrier Aggregation (CA) in Uplink and Downlink, RF and protocol, further mobility
- CA evolution; 2 UL CA and 3 DL CA
- Voice over LTE (VoLTE)
- Enhanced MIMO, dual layer beamforming
- Enhanced SC-FDMA scheme
- Location based services (LBS), LTE positioning methods
- Enhanced Multimedia Broadcast Multicast Services (eMBMS)
- Further Enhanced Inter-Cell Interference Coordination (feICIC)
- Coordinated Multi-Point (CoMP) in downlink and uplink
- Smart Traffic Offloading (or WiFi offloading)
- WiFi; in device co-existence
- Self-Organizing Networks (SON)
- Machine Type Communications (MTC; 3GPP term for M2M)
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