Superfast broadband – what will it take to make it happen?
Wednesday 6 February 2013 | IET London: Savoy Place
Free to attend
This lecture is free to attend for members and non-members of the IET.
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This section provides a complete list of the past speakers at this Prestige Lecture. You can also find links to related media for some of the more recent lectures.
Speakers 2000 - 2013
Title of lecture
Steve Unger, Chief Technology Officer, Ofcom
|Superfast broadband – what will it take to make it happen?|
|2012||Philip Langsdale |
|Real Time Heathrow: improving Heathrow's resilience||IET.tv|
Dr David Cleevely, FREng, FIET, CEng PhD
|What is the future for communications? What does this mean for the UK?||IET.tv|
Professor Sir Martin Sweeting OBE B.Sc.Hons., PhD (Surrey), FRS, FREng., FIET
Small satellites - big future
Andrew Bud FIET
New Approaches to Digital Distribution and Broadcasting
Digital Mobile Innovation, Investment & Growth 1977 - 2012
Professor Michael Walker FREng
Wireless Communications – Challenges and Choices
David Cleevely PhD FIEE
Is There a Future for Research in Telecommunications?
Dr Peter Bury
Transforming Spectrum Management for the 21st Century – Major New Opportunities for UK Business and Consumers
Professor Martin Cave
Getting the Best out of Spectrum: the Role of Markets, Prices and the Commons
Professor Sir John Pendry
The Perfect Lens: Harnessing the Electromagnetic Near Field
Professor John Midwinter FRS FREng FIEE FIEEE
Optical Communication Systems: the Fast Moving Technology that has Taken 4 Decades to Develop!
Professor Bodo Reinisch
First Results from the Radio Plasma Imager on the IMAGE Satellite
Professor Gert Brussaard
Propagation Research for Satellite Communications above 10 GHz