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Who's going to DySPAN 2015?

By Amy Cearley | Thursday, September 10, 2015

Join us in Stockholm on September 29 - October 2 for DySPAN 2015 for a unique blend of policy and technology topics focused on addressing the rapid growth in wireless traffic through spectrum reuse with a keynote presented by Matt Ettus. Dynamic and secondary spectrum access is becoming more important than ever before as the investments in emerging 5G technologies and the requirements for large scale and mission critical M2M are better understood.

New to DySpan 2015 is the 5G Spectrum Challenge where teams will compete in a live over-the-air match-up demonstrating their ability to detect and coexist with a legacy waveforms. Winners will be chosen based on novelty of their approach and technical achievement measured by throughput and packet loss performance.


Register today at http://dyspan2015.ieee-dyspan.org

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