The Future of Wireless and What It Will Enable


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Title: The Future of Wireless and What It Will Enable
Date: Wednesday, April 03, 2019 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Duration: 1 hour

SPEAKER: Andrea Goldsmith, Stanford University; 2018-2019 ACM Athena Lecturer

Resources:
Webinar Registration
Millimeter Wave Wireless Communications for Fifth Generation (5G) (Safari video, free for ACM members)
Millimeter Wave Wireless Communications (Safari book, free book for ACM Members)
mmWave Massive MIMO (Safari book, free book for ACM Members)
The Internet of Things: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice (Skillsoft book, free book for ACM Members)
CompTIA Network+ N10-007: Internet of Things (IoT) (Skillsoft video, free video for ACM Members)
RF and mm-Wave Power Generation in Silicon (ScienceDirect book, free book for ACM Members)
Powering the Internet of Things With 5G Networks (Skillsoft book, free book for ACM Members)


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Question on the topic of “The Future of Wireless and What It Will Enable”.

Hello,

I’m wondering if the future of Wireless includes getting rid of all the wires connecting my computer under my desk to:

  1. Power
  2. Monitor
  3. RAID array
  4. 10 Gig Network Hub
  5. USB, multi-function card reader

Much like a clear distinction can be made between CRT’s and flat panel displays in the computing era, a similar distinction can be made between having a jumble of cables behind one’s desk and having no cables at all.

To me, “the future of wireless” must include getting rid of the wires we use today, not just enabling new technologies while still having a mess of cables under out desks.

Best Regards,
Zareh