Industrial Tutorial

Industrial Tutorial
October 18 (Wednesday), 2017
5G into reality: Rapid Prototyping

15:50-17:30 I Crystal Ballroom 1

Time Title Invited Speakers
15:50-17:30 5G into reality: Rapid Prototyping Dr. Jaeweon Kim
Senior Wireless Platform Architect, RF Communications, National Instruments, Inc., USA
Mr. SoonMook Kwon
Senior Field Marketing Engineer, RF Test and Communications, National Instruments, Korea

Abstract:
One of the hottest topics in ICT research is the 5th generation (5G) wireless communications. Standard body and its participants are moving in incredible phase. The faster researchers can transition a concept from design to a working prototype, the faster the world benefits form it. This session will focus on prototyping efforts of 5G technologies by National Instruments with and without collaborations, including the new radio (NR). NI’s latest software defined radio (SDR) platforms will be presented also that will pave the way to 5G into the reality by rapid prototyping.
 

Biography:
Jaeweon Kim is a senior wireless platform architect at National Instruments. Prior to joining National Instruments, he worked in SK Telecom, Bandspeed, Inc. and MediaExcel, Inc. Throughout his 20+ years of the academic and industry experiences, he has been working on 2G and 3G code division multiple access (CDMA) systems and their applications, WiFi, LTE/LTE-A, and 5G wireless communications, and issued several technical papers at international conferences, journals and book chapters as well as patents with wireless communication background. His current research interests focus on 5G wireless communications, mainly mmWave system design and prototyping. Dr. Kim received his B.S and M.S from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), and Ph.D. from the University of Texas.

 

Biography:
SoonMook Kwon is a senior marketing engineer at National Instruments Korea. He is in charge of automated test for electronic devices such as RFIC and IoT devices and also wireless research and prototyping include 5G. Prior to joining National Instruments, he worked in Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) as a researcher for future memory device, sensor and MEMs device. Mr. Kwon received his M.S from Korea University. Recently, he is focusing on developing 5G research lead users by adopting NI Software Defined Radio (SDR) platform to academia and industry.