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Plenary sessions will be held March 20th and 21st
February 23, 2018 (Norwood, Mass.) -
EDI CON China 2018, a conference and exhibition
that brings together engineers working on high-frequency analog and high-speed digital
designs, taking place March 20-22, 2018 at the China National Convention Center (Beijing,
China), announces the lineup for its plenary keynote sessions at this year's event. EDI
CON China 2018 will feature two plenary keynote sessions, one with industry experts focusing
on 5G on March 20th at 9:30AM and one with leading experts focusing on innovation on
March 21st at 9:30AM.
Plenary Keynote Session: Focus on 5G
Tuesday March 20th 9:30 - 11:00, Auditorium
"IMT-2020 (5G) Standardization Process," by Dr. Ying Peng, DaTang, Senior Standardization
Expert, Telecommunication Technology & Industry Holding Co. Ltd (CATT). Dr. Ying
Peng will discuss the ITU's work in developing the standards for IMT-2020, including
the associated spectrum management and spectrum identification aspects.
"Embracing Over The Air (OTA) Testing—A challenge or an opportunity for 5G," by Giampaolo
Tardioli, VP of Network Access, Keysight Technologies. This talk will discuss how engineers
can respond to the challenges they are facing in over-the-air testing as it relates to
"T&M Challenges and Current Developments for 5G Testing in a Future Networked
World," by Christoph Pointner, VP Signal Generators, Audio Analyzers, and Power Meters,
Rohde & Schwarz. This presentation shows available T&M capabilities as well as
different approaches to overcome challenges. It also provides an overview of measurement
results for different DUTs, like a sub 6-GHz massive MIMO base-station antenna, and a
flexible design of an antenna array that can be used across different applications.
"A Platform based Approach to 5G: Design, Prototyping and Test," by Luke Schreier,
Director for Automated Test Marketing, National Instruments. This presentation
will address test challenges, how tests are matched to standards, and how we can look
to the past and apply systems-thinking to a connected world from beam steering, synchronization,
to lowering the cost of millimeter wave measurement.
Plenary Keynote Session: Focus on Innovation
Wednesday March 21st 9:30 - 10:30, 402 A/B
"Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Wireless Communication Industry," by Dr. Gordon
GC Liang, President & CEO, Pivotone. In this talk, Dr. Liang will share his observations
on technology advancement, and how to meet the challenges and the opportunities that
result. He will also talk about how entrepreneurship can help build companies in this
dynamic world of wireless technology and business challenges.
"Solid State RF Energy is the Smart Technology Solution for 2018," by Dr. Klaus Werner,
Executive Director, RF Energy Alliance. Cooking applications are just the beginning,
as the benefits of solid-state RF energy (SSRFR) technology are being realized in other
industries such as lighting, medical, and automotive. In this keynote talk, Dr. Werner
will address the emerging technology trends that will shape the solid-state RF energy
market in 2018.
"The Advantages of Using Multiple Satellite Navigation Systems," by Rainer Horn, Managing
Partner, Space - Tech Partners. Satellite navigation, originally designed for defense
purposes, has become the backbone of a growing multi-billion dollar industry. Only 15
years ago, a hybrid receiver, able to receive and process the signals of more than one
system, was a large, heavy and expensive unit, nowadays GNSS chip manufacturers are starting
to have 3 - 4 GNSS enabled while maintaining low cost, low mass, and low power consumption.
This presentation will address the advantages and disadvantages of multiple GNSS operating
in the same frequency bands.
Full abstracts, speaker biographies, and photographs are available
In addition to its extensive exhibition (see who's exhibiting) and plenary
keynote talks, EDI CON China 2018 includes technical conference sessions (see complete
technical program) as
well as workshops, panels, poster sessions, and demonstrations from industry leading
exhibitors in the RF, microwave, and high-speed digital industries. Technical program
talks will be given in English and Chinese, and the event will provide real-time transition
into Chinese for English talks.
More information on EDI CON CHINA, including registration, the technical program,
and venue/hotel information, can be found at www.ediconchina.com.
About EDI CON
In its sixth year in 2018, EDI CON China uniquely brings together RF, microwave, EMC/EMI,
and high-speed digital design engineers and system integrators for networking, training,
and learning opportunities. Attendees come to EDI CON to find solutions, products, and
design ideas that they can put into immediate practice for today's communication, consumer
electronics, aerospace, and medical industries.
Drawing attendees from both the analog and digital spheres, EDI CON enables designers
to see techniques and technologies used in other applications that could be applied or
adapted to solve their latest design challenges. The exhibition hall features product
displays, demonstrations, and poster sessions while the conference hosts educational
talks and workshops that address all aspects of design, simulation, test, and verification.
About the Organizers
EDI CON China is organized by Microwave Journal, Signal Integrity Journal, and Microwave
Journal China, the event planning division of its parent company Horizon House, and ACT
International (Hong Kong), a publisher of BtB media in Asia serving multiple technology
markets including Microwave Journal China. Horizon House is an experienced and well-established
organizer of targeted events, including several major microwave related conferences/exhibitions
such as EDI CON USA as well as the European Microwave Week (EuMW) on behalf of the European
Microwave Association (EuMA), orchestrating these events' long-term development and growth.
The program is developed in collaboration with leading international technology companies
in the areas of RF/microwave and high speed digital ICs, components, test and measurement,
software, cables/connectors, systems, and services.
Phone: (852) 28386298
Posted February 27, 2018