5G: Model and Design User Equipment Antennas and Base Station Massive MIMO Arrays

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The fifth generation (5G) of the cellular wireless communication will introduce a revolutionary change to the mobile communication providing increased channel capacity (e.g., 1000 times), peak data rate (e.g., 20 Gbps), massive connectivity, and low latency (a few milli seconds). These unique characteristics will provide the fundamental infrastructure for realization of many innovative ideas and revolutionary technologies such as high-speed video streaming, autonomous driving, virtual reality, and internet of things (IoT). We believe simulation tools can help significantly expedite the 5G technology development and reduce the costs by creating a virtual lab inside computers.  

 To this end, in this presentation a comprehensive modeling and design approach using ANSYS tools will be presented to help design the backbone of the 5G networks. This will include modeling massive MIMO antenna arrays at millimeter wave band, user equipment (UE) hardware/antennas, and characterization of channel state information (CSI) for complex environments. Key performance metrics, such as Cumulative Distribution Function (CDF), Power Density, and advanced beamforming techniques will be demonstrated as they apply to 5G antenna systems. Comprehensive simulation and modeling techniques demonstrated here, can help reduce prototyping cost, explore new technologies, and give design insights to expedite technology growth.



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  • 2190 Fortune Drive
  • San Jose, California
  • United States 95131
  • Building: Geometrics

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  • Mojtaba Fallahpour

  • Starts 28 September 2019 01:00 AM
  • Ends 07 October 2019 05:00 PM
  • All times are US/Pacific
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Mojtaba Fallahpour of ANSYS Inc

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5G: Model and Design User Equipment Antennas and Base Station Massive MIMO Arrays

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Mojtaba Fallahpour received his Ph.D. degree from Missouri University of Science and Technology in 2013. In summer 2012, he interned at Signal Integrity Group at Micron Technology Inc., and later in Fall 2012, he interned at Signal Integrity Group at Cisco Systems Inc. After graduation, he worked at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (2013-2015) and the Stanford University (2016-2017), as Postdoctoral Research Associate. In August 2017, he joined ANSYS Inc., where he is currently working on modeling and simulating high frequency devices and systems. Dr. Fallahpour is a member of IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Society, Antennas and Propagation Society, Nanotechnology Council, and Eta Kappa Nu. He has over 30 technical publications consisting of journal articles, conference proceedings, book chapter, and technical reports. In 2013, he was recognized as “Outstanding Reviewer” by IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement. In 2015, he was named to “the UIUC’s List of Teachers Ranked Excellent by Students”. In 2018, he received “the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement’s J. Barry Oakes Advancement Award.”

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Arien Sligar of ANSYS Inc

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5G: Model and Design User Equipment Antennas and Base Station Massive MIMO Arrays

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Arien Sligar is Principal Engineer at ANSYS Inc. where he is responsible for advanced application of numerical simulation for electromagnetics and electronics. He is an expert in the application of electromagnetic field simulation to the design of antennas, complex antenna systems, microwave components, and high-speed electronics. He works with leading technology companies and provides engineering guidance allowing them to successfully apply simulation and automated workflows to their most difficult design challenges. He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering from Oregon State University in 2004 and 2006, respectively. 

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6:15 PM to 6:30 PM Check in
6:30 PM to 7:30 PM Presentation
7:30 PM to 7:45 PM Comments and Conclusions