5G—the fifth generation of wireless technology—promises connectivity benefits that will transform the way we live and work. In this course, instructor Mischa Dohler helps you develop a solid understanding of the 5G ecosystem and the 5G technology and standards roadmap. Mischa—who boasts hands-on experience in pioneering this technology—helps you appreciate the pros and cons of 5G technology and gain an in-depth knowledge of its capabilities. Plus, learn how to identify exciting use cases for which 5G truly matters.
- Mischa Dohler is a full professor in wireless communications at King's College London.At King's College London, Mischa drives cross-disciplinary research and innovation in technology, sciences, and the arts. He is a Fellow of the IEEE, the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA), the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET); and a distinguished member of Leaders Excellence at Harvard Square. He is a serial entrepreneur; a composer and pianist with five albums on Spotify and iTunes; and a polyglot who's fluent in six languages.Mischa is a frequent keynote, panel, and tutorial speaker, and has received numerous awards. He has pioneered several research fields, contributed to numerous wireless broadband, IoT/M2M, and cybersecurity standards, and organized and chaired numerous conferences. In addition, he holds a dozen patents, was the editor in chief of two journals, has more than 200 highly-cited publications, and has authored several books.
Skills covered in this course
Develop a solid understanding of 5G“
- [Instructor] Welcome to an exciting Primer on 5G. The course is powered by 5G courses, top of the market in providing 5G courses globally. So I'm going to be your personal instructor over the next hour or so. And the way I have constructed the course is to make it as lively and applied as possible, whilst not losing oversight of important technical challenges and achievements. Now let's start with me showing something very few, very few people have seen so far. So one of the world's first working 5G systems is right here with me at King's College in Central London. I'm standing here in front of the Bush House, which we moved into from, the BBC used to be in here. I'm walking now through the reception area at King's and walking through the barrier of security, getting into an elevator and going up to the eighth floor where we have our coffee shop. And that's where I'm taking my coffee every morning. And ladies and gentlemen, Welcome to London. On the roof of London, where seeing here…
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