Dr. Taro Eichler Rohde & Schwarz Taro Eichler is a Market Segment and Technology Manager for wireless communications at Rohde & Schwarz in Munich. His main focus is on 5G and beyond technologies for wireless communications. Prior to joining Rohde & Schwarz, Taro worked for Intel Corporation as specialist for photonics communication solutions and for NTT Basic Research Laboratories. He also worked on research projects at The University of Tokyo in the field of quantum optics. He holds a diploma in physics from Max-Planck-Institute for Quantum Optics at the Technical University of Munich and a PhD in physics from the University of Bonn, Germany.
Dr. Thomas Puppe TOPTICA Photonics AG Dr. Thomas Puppe is Senior Development Engineer and Fellow in the Laser Reference group at TOPTICA Photonics AG. During the past 15 years, he has worked on frequency-converted diode-laser systems, pulse- and cw-THz technology, optical frequency combs, ultra-narrow linewidth lasers and system integration of laser systems for quantum technologies. He has worked on several technology and publicly funded research projects and holds several patents. Recent projects include optical THz generation based on the agile-tunable comb-locked optical frequency synthesizer, a promising engine for precision 5G/6G technologies. Prior to joining TOPTICA, Thomas had more than 10 years’ experience of working in the field of experimental quantum optics research. He holds a, M.Sc. from the State University of New York at Stony Brook, a diploma in physics from the University Konstanz, and a Ph.D. from the Technical University of Munich working on cavity quantum electrodynamics at the Max-Planck-Institute for Quantum Optics.

Towards 6G: The Role of Photonics In THz Communication

In partnership with Rohde & Schwarz

Webinar Overview

The prospect of offering large contiguous frequency bands to meet the demand for previously impossible data transfer rates up to the terabit/sec range make sub-terahertz and terahertz (THz) waves a key research area of 6G mobile communication. Besides using electronic MMICs, alternative methods for generating THz radiation based on ultra-stable photonic sources can play a key role in the future.

In this webinar, you will learn more about:

  • THz technology and new applications leveraging the strengths of electronics and photonics.
  • Phase noise measurements on an ultra-stable microwave system for communication and instrumentation, based on optical comb frequency difference generation.
  • Channel modeling and measurements in the sub-THz region with recent results from industry environments.

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