The talk will focus on challenges and solutions for with the public networks for a variety of applications including but not limited to:
The outlined solutions follow from the needs of the users and building owners to complement the national operator’s solutions which in turn creates heterogeneous network environments. This includes the need for unlicensed spectrum.
Some general reflections about the future regulation needs will also be discussed:
- radio spectrum regulation needs
- terminal and sim card needs
- roaming regulation
The speaker – Johan Jobér,
holds M.Sc. degrees in Applied Physics, Electrical and Systems Engineering. He joined Ericsson in 1994 and later became project manager for the WCDMA test system projects in Japan which turned into Ericsson’s first 3G contracts. After returning to Europe in 2000, Mr. Jobér has been securing new cellular licenses and starting up networks in Europe in 2GHz and 410/450 Mhz bands. In addition he has worked as a consultant for broadcasting operators and the Danish Government relating to Public Safety networks. Mr. Jobér is also the founder of several cellular&IT expertise companies and was an advisor and board member of Cellmax Technologies until 2010.
Most recently Mr Jobér has focused on projects to enable the next phase in wireless connectivity, including use and promotion of unlicensed cellular bands as a complement to traditional national cellular operator networks.
Coffee and sweets will be served!
Link to webcast: https://connect.sunet.se/fridayseminars/