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3GPP LTE Standards Update: Release 11, 12 and Beyond
October 25, 2012; 10am PT / 1pm ET/ 5pm UTC
What is the Webcast About?
The original 3GPP LTE standard in Release 8 has been stable now for some three years and is the baseline for the wide-scale deployment of LTE across the world. However, the standard continues to evolve through Releases 9 and 10 which are now frozen, and ongoing work with Releases 11 and 12. This webcast will review the status of LTE deployment, review the main features of each release and discuss some of the newest features coming up in Release 11 and Release 12.
Who Should Attend?
This webcast is suitable for anyone in engineering or technical management interested in the ongoing evolution of the LTE standards.
Moray Rumney, Lead Technologist, Agilent Technologies
Moray Rumney joined Hewlett-Packard/Agilent Technologies in 1984, after completing a BSc in Electronics from Edinburgh's Heriot-Watt University. Since then, Moray has enjoyed a varied career path, spanning manufacturing engineering, product development, applications engineering, and most recently technical marketing. His main focus has been the development and system design of base station emulators used in the development and testing of cellular phones. Moray joined ETSI in 1991 and 3GPP in 1999 where he was a significant contributor to the development of type approval tests for GSM and UMTS. He currently represents Agilent at 3GPP RAN WG4, where the air interface for HSPA+ and LTE-Advanced is being developed. Moray's current focus is in MIMO “over-the-air” test methods. Moray has published many technical articles in the field of cellular communications and is a regular speaker and chairman at industry conferences. He is a member of IET and a chartered engineer.