The FCC’s Wireless Telecommunications Bureau and Office of Engineering and Technology hosted a workshop on Wednesday, March 13, 2013, in the Commission Meeting Room at the FCC Headquarters Building in Washington, DC. In December 2012, the Federal Communications Commission adopted a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) that would make 100 MHz of spectrum available for shared small cell use in the 3550-3650 MHz band (3.5 GHz Band). The workshop explored the concepts and proposals raised in the NPRM.
The goal of the workshop was to bring together top innovators and thinkers in the small cell, database management, and spectrum sharing fields to discuss technological developments. The workshop explored small technology in the context of the 3.5 GHz Band as well as database and dynamic spectrum sharing technologies that could be utilized to manage access to the Band.
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Panel #1: Small Cell Technology, Network Design, and the 3.5 GHz Band
- Dr. Jeffrey Reed, Virginia Tech
- Prakash Moorut, Nokia Siemens Networks
- Leo Cloutier, Brighthouse Networks (NO SLIDE PRESENTATION)
- David Gurney, Motorola Solutions
- Dan Lubar, WhiteSpace Alliance
- Chris Wieczorek, T-Mobile
Panel #2: The Spectrum Access System – Innovative Approaches to Dynamic Spectrum Sharing
- Peter Stanforth - CTO, Spectrum Bridge
- Dr. Preston Marshall, University of Southern California
- Durga Malladi, Qualcomm Research
- Vanu Bose, Vanu
- John Malyar, iconectiv (formerly Telcordia Interconnection Solutions)
Small Cell Technology Overview
- Milind Buddhikot, Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff, Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs