Vulnerabilities of LTE - 2/19/15 Recording
Thursday, February 19, 2015 4:00:00 PM CST - Wednesday, December 31, 2025 5:00:00 PM CST
Vulnerabilities of LTE Recorded February 19, 2015 PLEASE NOTE: This event is part of the Virtual Series Archive. It is only available to AOC members and is password protected. Follow the links below to access the password or become a member. Password (Members Only): bit.ly/1OiQfsG Join the AOC: bit.ly/1Tcz3Df WEBINAR DETAILS: Long Term Evolution (LTE) is the dominant fourth-generation cellular technology. This commercial technology is also under consideration for defense applications where security, reliability, and interoperability issues need to be addressed. This webinar offers a glimpse of vulnerabilities and challenges of LTE. A brief overview of LTE is given. Air interface challenges such as jamming and interference vulnerabilities are described as well as interoperability with pulsed signals (radars). Extension of LTE to various applications such as planes and satellites will be discussed and associated technology development challenges are summarized. By the conclusion of this webinar, you will be able to describe LTE capabilities, air interface challenges and technology development challenges of LTE in defense applications. Intended Audience: This custom course is intended for EW professionals, DoD and A&D suppliers, and those interested in mitigating spectrum contention between DoD systems and LTE. Learning Objectives: After completing this course, the attendee will be able to: • Summarize LTE capabilities • Describe typical spectrum deployment for LTE • Give examples of LTE frequency bands. • Understand LTE susceptible to jamming and other interference and how this impacts military usage. SPEAKER: Dr. Jeffrey H. Reed Director, Wireless@Virginia Tech Dr. Jeffrey H. Reed is the Willis G. Worcester Professor in the Bradley Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Virginia Tech. He is the Founding Director of Wireless@Virginia Tech, one of the largest and most comprehensive university wireless research groups in the US. In 2010, he founded the Ted and Karyn Hume Center for National Security and Technology and served as its Interim Director. Dr. Reed has had numerous commercial research and government sponsors including DARPA, ONR, ARO, JIEDDO, DOJ, Customs Dept, CIA, and NSA; and government contractors including ITT, SAIC, General Dynamics, Aerospace, IDA, and Raytheon. He is currently the principle investigator on an NSF project to examine enforcement and regulatory technologies for spectrum sharing. Dr. Reed has had been PI or co-PI on 97 different sponsored research contracts. Dr. Reed’s area of expertise is in software radios, cognitive radios, wireless networks and communications signal processing. He has authored, co-authored, or co-edited ten books and proceedings, contributed to six books, and authored or co-authored over two hundred journal and conference papers. In 2014, Dr. Reed co-authored the Wiley-IEEE textbook, Cellular Communications a Comprehensive and Practical Guide. Dr. Reed is a Fellow of the IEEE, member of AFCEA, the Association of Old Crow and the Commerce Spectrum Management Advisory Committee (CSMAC) that advises NTIA on a broad range of spectrum policy issues. This AOC webinar is COMPLIMENTARY, unclassified, and all participants are welcome. PLATINUM SPONSOR: - Rohde & Schwarz PLEASE NOTE: By registering for this event, the details of your profile may be used by the Association of Old Crows (AOC), the presenter, or the sponsor(s) to contact you by email.
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