IEEE Future Networks World Forum
On-Demand through 15 November 2022

FP2: Challenges and Technologies of Millimeter-Wave Radiations for 5G and Beyond


Due to the 5G era, the mm-Wave (3GPP FR2) technologies and applications are getting more and more important and popular. The global mm-Wave spectrum planning and deployments for 5G and beyond hence are the core. Also, for the mm-Wave wireless communication performance, apparently, radiations of mm-Wave are quite crucial. However, the mm-Wave radiation technologies and solutions, such as antennas, circuits, and measurements, are significantly different from those for the legacy or planned 3GPP FR1 (i.e., non-mm-Wave) cellular bands. As a result, this industry panel will discuss, share and complement the technological understanding of and information updates on the latest hot topics and promising trends, commercialized progress, and emerging developments in mm-Wave spectrum and radiation technologies and solutions for 5G and beyond.

Through this industry panel, the latest updates, deeper understanding, new inspiration, and scope expansion for the researchers and designers from the communications and other communities thus can be achieved to facilitate and benefit their future studies or the product developments.

The industry panel focuses on the challenges and technologies of mm-Wave radiation for 5G and beyond, which includes the latest updates on mm-Wave bands for 5G and B5G, mm-Wave antenna designs, mm-Wave beamformer designs, and OTA (over-the-air) measurements. The discussions and sharing aim to enhance the deeper mutual understanding and enable the further mutual inspirations between AP (antennas and propagation) and Communications communities (but not limited). Therefore, ALL interested audience from all communities are cordially welcome to enjoy this industry panel!


  • Opening and introduction (Huan-Chu Huang, Senior Antenna Expert, Visionox Technology Co., Ltd., China)
  • Latest updates and promising developments on global mm-Wave spectrum and its deployments for 5G and beyond (Victoria Wang, Senior Standardization Manager, Ericsson (China) Communication Co., Ltd.,  China)
  • Retrospect and prospect on solutions and evolution of integrated mm-Wave and non-mm-Wave antennas for mobile phones of 5G and beyond (Huan-Chu Huang, Senior Antenna Expert, Visionox Technology Co., Ltd., China)
  • Mm-Wave beamformer technologies and recent developments for 5G and beyond (Su-Wei Chang, President, TMY Technology Inc., Taiwan)
  • OTA measurement requirements, challenges, and technologies for 5G mm-Wave (Yuanyuan Liu, Senior Research Fellow, China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (CAICT), China)
  • Open discussions, final Q&A, and closing


Huan-Chu Huang, Senior, Antenna Expert, Visionox Technology Co., Ltd., China

Short-Bio: Huan-Chu Huang received his Ph.D. degree from the institute of Communication Engineering (EM group) at National Taiwan University (NTU), Taipei, Taiwan. Currently, he is an IEEE Senior Member. Since 2005, he has been with several global leading smartphone companies, such as HTC, Nokia, Huawei, Apple, and Vivo, all in the area of antenna designs. To date, he has published 44 IEEE journal and conference papers, held 84 international granted patent families (with more than 120 granted items), and been invited to deliver talks at IEEE conferences for more than 10 times. He also co-authored the three whitepapers of “GTI sub-6 GHz 5G Device”, “5G Millimeter-Wave Technologies”, and “6G New Antenna Technologies” for the wireless communication industry, and is the reviewer for IEEE Access, IEEE AWPL, MOTL, etc. Presently, he is the Senior Antenna Technical Expert and Antenna Team Leader at the Innovation Research Institute of Visionox Technology Co., Ltd., China. His current research interests mainly involve antenna designs for terminal devices. Besides, he is also the industry adviser for the graduate students of Shenzhen University, China, and the level-5 specialist of the international TRIZ association (MATRIZ).



Victoria Wang, Senior Standardization Manager, Ericsson (China) Communication Co., Ltd.,  China

Short Bio: Victoria Wang is a Senior Standardization Manager from Ericsson (China) Communication Co., Ltd. She graduated from Changchun University of Posts and Telecommunications, majoring in radio communication. She used to work in the research of spectrum management and participated in revision of the frequency division table, frequency coordination and station interference monitoring work in the China National Radio Spectrum Management and Monitoring Center. She joint Ericsson (China) in 2000 and has been working in the research area of spectrum management, radio regulation and 3G/4G/5G mobile network standardization and participated the meetings of ITU-R, 3GPP and CCSA. She has actively supported the consultation of China’s frequency planning in terms of interference coexistence e.g., for 3.5GHz IMT system and fixed satellite system, and research on the protection of EESS(P) from IMT mm-Wave system. She is now participated in the research on the spectrum requirements and candidate frequency bands of the new generation of wireless communication systems, served as the relevant task leader in domestic forums and technical organizations, and completed the spectrum research report on the evolution of the future IMT system and the 6-GHz mid-band spectrum needs research report.


Su-Wei Chang, President, TMY Technology Inc., Taiwan

Short Bio: Su-Wei Chang received his B.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Feng-Chia University, Taiwan, in 2005. He then worked in Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy & Astrophysics (ASIAA) Taiwan as a microwave/ sub-mm wave receiver engineer, where he was involved in developing the mm-wave and sub-mm wave receiver system for international radio telescopes. He was also invited to Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics to develop 660 GHz receiver while working in ASIAA. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at University of Mass-Amherst. His research interests include noises, cryogenic circuits and applications, silicon-based RFIC and MMIC up to mm-wave bands. In 2014, he founded TMYTEK, which focuses on 5G mm-Wave technologies, and is currently the president.


Yuanyuan LiuSenior Research Fellow, China Academy of Information and Communications Technology (CAICT), China

Short Bio: Yuanyuan Liu is a Senior Research Fellow of China Academy of Information and Communications Technology. She received the master degree in Electrical Engineering from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT) in 2008. Prior to joining CAICT, she has more than 13 years of Industry experience working across companies like Intel, Infineon and Sony. At Intel, Yuanyuan served as a senior RF architect and was involved in developing mobile chip products and providing specific solutions to customers. At Infineon and Sony, she was a member of the leading RF team, and making significant contributions to leading products of mobile terminal. She is currently leading the work for the construction of 5G millimeter wave test system of CTTL and the tracking of relevant international and domestic industry standards.


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