Orchestration and reconfiguration of networked software defined radios
The ORCA project (https://www.orca-project.eu/), a H2020 Research and Innovation Action (RIA) addressing the topic ‘Future Connectivity Systems’. ORCA offers experimentation facilities to promote wireless innovation especially focusing on SDR. The ultimate goal of the ORCA project is to enable wireless experimenters to unlock the potential of re configurable radio technology, by setting up complex experiments that require control of multiple novel technologies or cooperation between multiple networked SDR platforms within 5G or beyond 5G performance constraints on latency or throughput, well before new radio technologies become available on the market in commercial off-the-shelf products. The ORCA project further aims to bridge Software-Defined Radio (SDR) with Software-Defined Networking (SDN) technology, enabling the creation of parallel on demand wireless network slices, each slice optimized for a specific set of requirements.
This workshop will present some advanced SDR capabilities and how these capabilities can be used by wireless innovators from academia and industry to increase spectrum efficiency and end-to-end performance in verticals that have to cope with extreme and diverging communication needs.
- General overview of the ORCA project (Sofie Polln, KU Leuven)
- mmWave and multi-RAT communication (Ben Lavasani, National Instruments)
- Low latency communication in industry 4.0 (Seyed Ali Hassani, KU Leuven)
- Support communication services with diverging traffic requirements in unlicensed bands, using limited hardware resources (Wei Liu, imec – Ghent University)
- Platforms for Advanced Wireless Research (PAWR): a parallel initiative in US – invited speaker (TBD)
- Discussion: what is expected from wireless platforms and facilities in view of experimental validation of wireless innovations involving new radio technologies?
19 August 2018
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