High Efficiency Wi-Fi- 802.11ax
The issues facing next generation Wi-Fi systems involve degradation to system efficiency due to dense deployments and due to network traffic with a preponderance of short data frames (e.g. Voice-over-Wi-Fi). PHY and MAC enhancements in 802.11ax will include Uplink MU-MIMO, Downlink and Uplink OFDMA, and Spatial Reuse to improve spectral efficiency and density. In addition, there will be features in 802.11ax to improve outdoor coverage and power saving in new client devices.
Presenter Name: Dr. Eldad Perahia
Presenter Bio: Dr. Eldad Perahia is a Distinguished Technologist at HPE-Aruba. He is currently engaged in 802.11ax activities and principal investigator in the CTO wireless lab. Eldad held leadership roles in many past 802.11 task groups including, 802.11ac, 802.11ad, and 802.11n. Eldad is the co-author of “Next Generation Wireless LANs: 802.11n and 802.11ac”, published by Cambridge in 2013. He has seventy patents, and numerous papers and patent filings in various areas of wireless including WLAN, millimeter wave technology, satellite communications, cellular, and radar. Eldad has a Ph.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles in electrical engineering specializing in digital radio.