Demo sessions provide an opportunity for interactive exchange with workshop participants and for demonstration of test-beds, simulation platforms and prototypes.
The following demo sessions have been accepted for WSA 2019:
28 GHz 5G NR mmWave demo, National Instruments
This demo system is the world’s first public demonstration at 28 GHz of a real-time, over-the-air prototype aligned with the Verizon 5G specification.
Circuit-EM co-simulation for matching networks and reconfigurable antennas, Markus Laudien, ANSYS
This session demonstrates how antenna projects with discrete components can be addressed in terms of design flow and comprehensive postprocessing.
Wideband Solution Platform – 4 GHz bandwidth digitizer system with gap-free streaming and hours of recording for 5G wireless technology research and beyond, x.test, Keysight
The Keysight Wideband Solution Platform (WSP) is a unique phase-coherent multi-channel solution combining high-end compatible instruments, including a wideband digitizer, DSP module, AWG and large storage that are interconnected through high-speed optical links.
OpenAirInterface 5G new radio demonstration, Florian Kaltenberger, Eurecom France
In this demo we will showcase the OpenAirInterface real-time opensource 5G-NR downlink (gNB and UE) based on software defined radio USRP N310 equipment.
Real-time 60 GHz testbed for RF impairments compensation, Roman Marsalek, TU Brno
In this demo, we will present a Matlab-controlled 60 GHz testbed based on the high-speed data converter boards and BGT60 module, with 900 MHz bandwidth, suitable for development of algorithms for RF impairments compensation.
Software demonstration for millimeter-wave railway communications, Ke Guan, Beijing Jiaotong University
In this software, the link-level performance of a typical high-data rate railway communication system — the mobile hotspot network enhanced (MHN-E) system at 25 GHz band – is demonstrated.
The Vienna cellular communication simulators, Stefan Pratschner, Martin Müller, TU Wien
We have developed two complementary simulators, namely the Vienna 5G Link Level (LL) Simulator and the Vienna 5G System Level (SL) Simulator. In this demo, we present both tools and showcase their wide-ranging capabilities.