Live Webinar: Optimizing Sub-6 GHz 5G RF and Antenna Performance

Taoglas Live Webinar: Optimizing Sub-6 GHz 5G RF and Antenna Performance

Taoglas Live Webinar: Optimizing Sub-6 GHz 5G RF and Antenna Performance

Optimizing Sub-6 GHz 5G RF and Antenna Performance

As demand continues growing for faster speeds and expanded service, 5G sub-6 GHz applications are becoming increasingly relevant. This webinar will discuss how implementing antenna metrics and design techniques can improve the overall RF system performance.

In addition, this presentation will cover:

  • The sub-6GHz frequency bands for cellular, M2M, and IoT devices
  • The complexities of antenna tuning for 5G applications
  • How beam steering can benefit communication system performance

This webinar is being recorded and will be available on-demand following the live presentation.

Time: August 12, 2020 8:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada) / 4:00 PM GMT+1

Speakers

Jeff Shamblin

Lead Engineer, Millimeter Wave Projects
Taoglas

Previously Jeff served as VP of engineering at Taoglas and was responsible for management and direction of all engineering teams and R&D activities within the company. Prior to Taoglas, he spent 12 years as CTO and chief scientist at Ethertronics. He also spent five years in engineering roles at two RFID start-ups, SCS Corp. and Claridy Solutions, and 22 years working as a senior antenna engineer in aerospace for Lockheed Martin and Northrop designing antenna systems for aircraft, missile and ground station applications.

Jeff holds a bachelor’s degree in Physics from California State University-Northridge and has completed post-graduate studies in radar systems. He has 86 issued patents related to antenna technology and communication systems in his name. Among his many accomplishments, he led a small R&D group to develop a band-switching antenna to cover wide LTE frequency bands for laptop applications, and also was part of a small team that developed the first beam-steering antenna system for a Wi-Fi laptop.

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