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Practicalities of Building a 28 GHz Small Cell

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4/16/20 11:00 am to 4/16/20 12:00 pm EST

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Technical Education Webinar Series

Title: Practicalities of Building a 28 GHz Small Cell

Date: April 16, 2020

Time: 8am PT / 11am ET

Sponsored by: Knowles Precision Devices

Presented by: Tim Brauner, Product Manager, Microwave Products Group, Knowles Precision Devices

Abstract:
Small cells are an increasingly common way to deploy 5G in the mmWave spectrum because they provide increased network capacity, improved network performance, and more reliable coverage. Phased array systems are critical to these 5G small cells, allowing engineers to enter the mmWave spectrum and take advantage of the higher bandwidth and speed 5G offers in a way that is practical and affordable.

During this Webinar, Knowles Precision Devices will discuss the key considerations building a 28 GHz small cell for 5G applications. We’ll review the critical building blocks that serve as the backbone of phased array systems and address the practical considerations for selecting these passive components, including size, tolerance, and thermal concerns. Then, we’ll walk through a 5G small cell reference architecture and discuss the core components that can make or break your system.

We’ll discuss the following topics:

  • Basic requirements for building a 28 GHz small cell system, including size requirements, thermal constraints, efficiency, power, and cost.
  • Selection criteria and options for implementing RF filtering at mmWave frequencies, including newly available options for the 28 GHz band.
  • Considerations around implementing feed arrays, including the use of power dividers inside beam forming network and tradeoffs of power dividers at mmWave frequencies.

Presenter Bio:

Tim is Product Manager for the Microwave Products group of Knowles Precision Devices. In this role, he oversees all commercial aspects of the Microwave Products business, including customer engagement and new product development. An Engineer by degree, he has a B.S. in Ceramic Engineering from NYS College of Ceramics at Alfred University and an MBA from Long Island University. With over 12 years’ experience in Microwave Product design and production, using Knowles Precision Devices’ thin film manufacturing technique, Tim focuses on developing new and innovative solutions to meet the rapidly evolving needs of his customers.

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