Picocom is pleased to support the Cambridge Wireless (CW) ‘Open RAN and Small Cells – The Analogue Radio Reality Check’ event, chaired by CW SIG Champion and Picocom VP Product Management, Vicky Messer.


Picocom Chief Systems Architect Martin Lysejko will present at this free-to-attend event, which is taking place at the University of Bristol on 10 November.


Martin will speak on ‘Developments in Digital Predistortion’ and will review the development of Digital Predistortion for Radio Frequency Power Amplifier linearisation. He will also show how developments in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence are driving the next generation of Digital Predistortion algorithms.

See the event Agenda here.

Event details:
Open RAN promises to increase supplier diversity and drive innovation, but how do we ensure such disaggregated radio systems are reliable, robust, performant, and meet power consumption expectations? Furthermore, what considerations need to be made for small cells, and how much of the radio unit processing can realistically be handled in software as we get closer and closer to the analogue RF front end?

Join us to learn about the latest on the radio aspects of Open RAN and some of the challenges and opportunities we face as an industry.

Taking place on Friday 10th November, this in-person event is delivered by CW’s Small Cell and Radio Technology SIG’s, and is kindly hosted by The University of Bristol in their historic Wills Memorial Great Hall, Bristol.

To learn more about the event and book your free place, please visit the event website.