Radio Shop Chat / 6G and the Exploration of New and Additional Spectrum above 100GHz

Virtual

Roger Nichols, 6G Program Manager, Keysight Technologies, Inc. Abstract: The demand for higher data rates and capacity drives new generation of mobile wireless communications to explore and expand the use of new and additional spectrum. In this context, "New Spectrum" refers to spectrum that has not previously been used for mobile (cellular) wireless communications. "Additional …

SpectrumX Radio Shop Chat / Real-Time Geospatial Spectrum Sharing (RGSS)

Virtual

Elliot Eichen, Ph.D., Wireless Interdisciplinary Research Group Computer Science, University of Colorado Boulder Abstract: Real-Time Geospatial Spectrum Sharing (RGSS) enables 5G/6G networks to gracefully share mm and sub-mm wave spectrum with microwave sounders (radiometers) that collect data for weather forecasting and longer-term climate modeling. This talk will focus on results from a prototype system to …

2022 NSBE National Leadership Conference Networking Reception

From the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE):  The National Leadership Conference (NLC) is a time that brings both national and regional leaders to further their professional development and share innovate ideas. During this conference, leaders will discuss their plans for their time in the office. These meetings will cover tactics on how to effectively …

SpectrumX Radio Shop Chat – Spectrum Wars: The Rise of 5G and Beyond

Virtual

Radio Shop Chat - Spectrum Wars: The Rise of 5G and Beyond Featuring Jennifer A. Manner, Sr. Vice President, Regulatory Affairs, EchoStar Corporation Join SpectrumX for the virtual June Radio Shop Chat on June 27, 4:30 p.m. EST / 1:30 p.m. PST. Whitney Lohmeyer, SpectrumX Use Cases and Coexistence Research Working Group Lead, will host …

LEO Satellite Constellations: Why Smart Sharing Rules Matter in Space

Learn more and register: here From hosting organization New America: Please join FCC Commissioners Geoffrey Starks and Nathan Simington, as well as a panel that includes representatives of the two U.S. industry leaders (Amazon's Project Kuiper and SpaceX's Starlink) and noted policy experts, to discuss the key regulatory debates that will shape the industry’s future. Keynote …

Connecting the World from the Skies

From the event website: The International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the Communication and Information Technology Commission (CITC) of Saudi Arabia are hosting a 3-day International Forum on Connecting the World from the Skies, in collaboration with the Saudi Space Commission (SSC). This hybrid forum will take place from 8 – 10 November 2022, in Riyadh …

Career Opportunities in Radio Spectrum Innovation at Olin College of Engineering

Olin College of Engineering, Norden Auditorium

On Tuesday, December 6, at noon, SpectrumX Center Director Nick Laneman will give a presentation at the Olin College of Engineering Norden Auditorium entitled "Career Opportunities in Radio Spectrum Innovation." Students are invited to attend and learn about what they may pursue next in the radio spectrum field, and how they may become involved with …

WInnComm 2022 – Virtual

On Tuesday, December 13, 2022, Nick Laneman, SpectrumX Center Director and Professor at the University of Notre Dame, and Monisha Ghosh, SpectrumX Policy Outreach Director and Professor at the University of Notre Dame, will speak at WInnComm 2022. WInnComm 2022 is hosted by the Wireless Innovation Forum. Laneman and Ghosh will be presenting "SpectrumX: The …

National Radio Science Meeting 2023

The National Radio Science Meeting (NRSM) will be hosted on January 10-14, 2023, in-person at the University of Colorado Boulder and online. From the event website: "This open scientific meeting is sponsored by the U.S. National Committee (USNC) for the International Union of Radio Science (IURS). The USNC-URSI is appointed by the National Academies of …

Radio Shop Chat / International Telecommunication Union (ITU) 101

Virtual

Jonathan Williams, Program Director, Electromagnetic Spectrum Management, Astronomical Sciences Division, National Science Foundation Abstract: One of the first challenges recognized in spectrum management was the fact that radio waves don't stop at borders. This led to the reorganization of the International Telegraph Union as the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in 1932, and since 1947, this United Nations Specialized Agency …