With all the buzz and controversy around 5G NR, it can be hard to distinguish reality from the hype and naysaying. A key piece to the puzzle of realizing the promise of this new standard is understanding the deployment of 5G NR. While the throughput and propagation characteristics of low and mid-band radios are well known, we’re still in early days with mmWave.

Industry experts leading this webinar will discuss the technical, physical, and financial challenges of enabling your workforce to perform the task at hand, as this new technology moves from the lab and into the real world,. The speakers will also highlight their unique approach and first hand experiences to tackle these challenges. Join us to hear more about the technical overview and best practices of the solution we’ve developed and deployed.

Featured Speakers

Jonathan Labadie

Chief Technology Officer
Soldier Hill Signal

Jonathan has been involved with the technology field for the last 10 years. During this time he has worn many hats, working in advertising, graphic design, sales, and operational management. His technical expertise includes certifications in Spidercloud, Fiber Optics, Ubiquiti Routing and Switching, Distributed Antenna Systems, Operational Management, and ICT Design. In his spare time he enjoys riding his motorcycle with his wife, Brittany, in the Northeast Georgia Mountains.

Tatjana Dunce

Technical Services Director
SAF North America

Tatjana Dunce is the Technical Services Director for SAF North America, where she leads the team that handles technical support, training, and pre-configuration services. In her prior role as a Senior Support Engineer at SAF, she traveled throughout North America supporting SAF’s customers, and had the opportunity to develop and deliver several certification courses for microwave and millimeter wave communications. Prior to her time in North America, she worked for SAF Tehnika in Riga, Latvia as a Staff Support Engineer. Tatjana holds a Master of Science in Telecommunications from Riga Technical University. 

Date:  Thursday, March 21, 2019
Time:  11am ET / 8am PT
Duration:  1 Hour

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