KTH Media Production senior editor Kevin Billinghurst interviews Wireless@kth scientific director Jens Zander on the revenue gap for telecom operators:
Did you miss our Friday seminar with brilliant Kristina Höök on “Where is your soma? Designing for Somaesthetics”? Photos and presentation slides are now available.
Our latest call (SP1302) for seed project funding has so far resulted in one new, very exciting seed project. Project manager is Per Zetterberg, School of Electrical Engineering KTH, and together with colleague Tobias Oechtering, KTH and partner company Bluewave representative Ramin Fardi, he will conduct a project on 60GHz bi-directional relaying.
Presented in: IEEE Communications Magazine, Vol. 51, No. 12, pp.102-109, Dec. 2013.
Abstract: Predictions for wireless and mobile Internet access suggest an exponential traffic increase, particularly in in-building environments. Non-traditional actors such as facility owners have a growing interest in deploying and operating their own indoor networks to fulfill the capacity demand. Such local operators will need spectrum sharing with neighboring networks because they are not likely to have their own dedicated spectrum.