Welcome to the WWRF web site!
Whether you are an existing member or not, you can find a large amount of information on the work of the Forum here. The Wireless World Research Forum is the place where the global wireless research community meets to set the future research agenda.
The highlight so far this year has been the WWRF 5G Huddle in London in September, where nearly 200 key figures in the development of 5G which gave a great overview of the current status of 5G in the UK and globally. We have also had very productive meetings in Morocco and Guildford (home of the University of Surrey 5G Innovation Centre). We published a record number of Outlooks (our name for our white papers), and ran successful workshops at a number of international conferences.
Meeting WWRF 34 in California
WWRF has held its 34th Meeting in Santa Clara, USA, with the theme of ‘virtualizing mobile networks’. Over the three days we heard from a wide range of companies and research organizations about the challenges and opportunities ahead, including many from the local area. We said goodbye to our outgoing Vice-Chair for Asia, Yao Jing, and welcomed her replacement, Leiming, also from Huawei.
Another new Outlook published!
WWRF published a new white papers with the theme "LTE Small Cell Enhancement by Dual Connectivity"
Read the new and the other Outlook publications here >>>
New Book published
More information here
Joint Workshop at PIMRC 2015
Together with China Mobile and BUPT and in conjunction with IEEE PIMRC 2015, August 30th, 2015, Hong Kong, China, the WWRF will held a workshop on 5G Channel Measurement and Modelling.
The topics of this workshop focus on 5G channel measurement and modeling, including framework of 5G channel model, channel measurement campaign, channel parameter extracting and modeling, measurement data application, and measurement equipment development, etc. We organize this workshop is to provide a platform to share and present the latest views and development on 5G channel measurement and modeling issues across the world.
Please find more information and the call for papers here