5G – The future of Wireless

In these short interviews on Deutsche Welle, Rahim Tafazolli (University of  Surrey), Jens Zander (Wireless@KTH)  and Ted Rappaport (NYU WIRELESS) comment on challenges in wireless systems beyond 4G.

About Jens Zander

Professor Jens Zander is professor in Radio Communication Systems at the Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden. He has been among the few in Swedens Ny Teknik magazine's annual list of influential people in ICT that have been given the epithet “Mobile Guru”. He is one of the leading researchers in mobile communication and is the Scientific director of the industry/academia collaboration center Wireless@KTH. His research group focuses on three main areas – the efficient and scalable use of the radio frequency spectrum, economic aspects of mobile systems and application and energy efficiency in future wireless infrastructures.
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3 Responses to 5G – The future of Wireless

  1. Zander? says:

    Jens Zander has not been right one time in his career regarding trends.  The guy just gave a talk about cognitive radio being ” a dead duck” while all around him Cognitive Radio technology is being used as 5G ready…you would have a more meaningful talk from the dead duck Jens speaks of than Jens himself.

  2. Zander? says:


    I don´t get it…xG is the only company in the world who has sold gear for cognitive radio yet shills like Zander do not mention them at all…Zander has a major issue with xG, he´s upset at the way they go about things.  Zander, you need to grow up a little bit if you want to continue to write about trends, you can´t leave out the trendsetter.

  3. Zander? says:


    This is where it is at…so far ahead of everyone else.  Jens, wake up buddy, everything you have predicted has fallen by the wayside…what happened to WIMAX Jens…if Cognitive Radio is a dead duck, WIMAX is a fossilized pterodactyl.  It´s ok Jens, there will be others you can hang your hat on while xG moves on to fulfill what you believed other techs would do.

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