I was fortunate to be able to hear the IET Appleton lecture last week. The good thing about these lectures are that the speakers get plenty of time to talk about the subject of interest and as a result they can cover the topic in much greater depth.
Some interesting tweets from the evening:
This is how to camouflage 5G massive MIMO antennas by Dr. Chih-Lin I, CMRI #IETappleton pic.twitter.com/kgISkmoXMH— Zahid Ghadialy (@zahidtg) January 14, 2016
5G DSR Shock: rethink Shannon, rethink Ring&Young, rethink Control & Signaling #ietappleton pic.twitter.com/3lfgiZ4m6C— Martin Jakl (@JaklMartin) January 14, 2016
Here is the video:
As I was sitting in the front, I managed to ask a question - "5G is going to be evolution and revolution. Will it be revolution first then evolution or vice versa". If you cant wait to hear the answer, you can jump to 1:21:30 in the video.
The answer also ties in nicely with my Linkedin post on '5G: Mine is bigger than yours'.