Testing 5G: OTA and the Connectorless World - IMS 2017

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The development of 5G depends on up-to-date tools that let designers easily explore new signals, scenarios and topologies. Malcolm Robertson of Keysight presents a Keynote session from the 2017 International Microwave Symposium's Microapps Theater.

Keysight's 5G solutions are ready to enable deeper insights as development evolves with the standard. In design and test, Keysight is helping industry leaders innovate across new and existing technologies as they transform ideas into reality. Additional information about Keysight's 5G design, test and measurement solutions is available at www.keysight.com/find/5G. Malcolm Robertson joined Keysight Technologies (then Agilent Technologies) in 2000, working on the development and production of SONET/SDH and OTN test equipment, as well as the N2X IPv4/6 platform. After managing RF Power measurement development projects, introducing the Agilent P-Series Peak Power meter & sensor, he returned to wireless technologies in Bluetooth, WLAN and WiMAX test solutions, followed by work in cellular non-signaling test solutions for 4G handsets. More recently, Malcolm held positions in Strategic Planning for Keysight's Modular and 5G initiatives, with a particular focus on the challenges of over-the-air measurement at millimeter-wave frequencies. Malcolm holds a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Physics and Electronics and a PhD from the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. His PhD and subsequent postgraduate work in the mmWave and Terahertz group focused on novel mmW sources, quasi-optical techniques, imaging and detection.

The development of 5G depends on up-to-date tools that let designers easily explore new signals, scenarios and topologies. Malcolm Robertson of Keysight presents a Keynote session from the 2017 International Microwave Symposium's Microapps Theater.

 

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