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On Mon, Nov 5, 2018, 10:10 AM Philip Garrison <

> Please join us for the Change Seminar tomorrow *Tuesday 9/6/2018* in *JHN
> 111*.
> *Who:* Matt Johnson (UW CSE)
> *What:* Distributed LTE
> *When:* Tuesday, Nov 6th, 12-1pm
> *Where:* Johnson Hall 111
> *Abstract: *The radio interfaces and network architectures of WiFi and
> cellular systems are converging along many dimensions. While both systems
> are largely adopting the centralized architecture of traditional cellular
> deployments, this design comes with fundamental disadvantages that limit
> how these networks grow and develop. As a response, we present Distributed
> LTE (dLTE), an architecture offering the high radio performance of licensed
> and coordinated waveforms as well as the openness to organic expansion and
> growth of traditional WiFi. We challenge the assumption that good
> performance requires a centralized packet processing core, and propose
> hybrid approaches to coordination that prioritize system openness. We argue
> that dLTE is a particularly good fit for rural areas, where the LTE
> waveform is more appropriate than WiFi, yet it is uneconomical for
> centralized providers to deploy traditional cellular systems.
> *Bio: *Matthew Johnson is a graduate student at the University of
> Washington working with Dr. Kurtis Heimerl on new tools for community
> cellular networks. He was fortunate to receive an NSF Graduate Research
> Fellowship and the Gaetano Borriello fellowship at UW to support his work.
> Previously he has interned for X (formerly Google-X) working on balloon
> based rural access, and worked at TrellisWare Technologies building
> mobile-ad-hoc networks. He received a Bachelors of Science in Electrical
> and Computer Engineering at the Rice University in Houston, Texas. Outside
> of networking, he is excited about sustainable living, bikes, and
> photography!
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