IEEE Communications Society

Specializing in Wireless Communications?

This July, we are offering two great wireless courses:

13 July - 9:00 am to 4:30 pm EDT
Introduction to Professional Wireless Communications
27 July - 9:00 am to 4:30 pm EDT
Network Function Virtualization (NFV), Software-Defined Networking (SDN) and the Road to 5G

A One-day Getaway to Enjoy A Great Course

Taught by wireless expert Alan Bensky, this course will put you at the forefront of the latest wireless positioning and location technologies.


Wednesday, 15 June 2016
9:00am - 4:30pm

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Two Popular Wireless Courses Are Back in June

8 June - 9:00 am to 4:30 pm EDT
Enabling Wireless Towards 2020
LTE-Advanced, Densification / SON and the Roadmap to 5G
Instructor: Javan Erfanian
15 June - 9:00 am to 4:30 pm EDT
Wireless Positioning and Location Technologies
Instructor: Alan Bensky
Learn more or Register >>

GE Digital, IEEE and Schneider Electric Join OpenFog Consortium Board of Directors

The OpenFog Board members include IEEE Communications Society Past President Dr. Douglas N. Zuckerman, and ComSoc member Dr. Russell Hsing. IEEE ComSoc President Harvey A. Freeman said “The IEEE agreement with OpenFog will strengthen IEEE's industry engagement in activities fostering the growth of this important technology area.”


Special New Member Rates!

Join now and receive a 50% discount on IEEE and IEEE ComSoc membership!

This is the best time to join our community and take advantage of the numerous benefits and networking opportunities available to our members.

Join Today! >>

Specializing in Wireless Communications?
A One-day Getaway to Enjoy A Great Course
Two Popular Wireless Courses Are Back in June
GE Digital, IEEE and Schneider Electric Join OpenFog Consortium Board of Directors
Special New Member Rates!

IEEE ComSoc CTN June 2016 Issue

5G Moves into the light: Holographic massive MIMO

Alan Gatherer, Editor in Chief, ComSoc Technology News

Read the IEEE ComSoc CTN June Issue >>

Feature Article on Barcelona Mobile World Congress 2016.

Read the June GCN Issue >>

Newly posted FREE Webcast on:

Unleashing 5G mm-Waves – a Test & Measurement Perspective

Available now for a limited time

Register to view the IEEE ComSoc Webcast >>

2017 ComSoc Vice President and Member-at-Large Candidate Recommendation

Recommend Vice President and Member-at-Large candidates for consideration by the Nominations & Elections Committee (NEC) for the 2017 election.

Submit by August 16 >>

June '16 // IEEE ComSoc Free Tutorials Now

Newly posted FREE Tutorial on:

Emerging Technologies in IEEE 802.11 WLAN (Wi-Fi)

Available now for a limited time.

Register to view the Free Tutorials >>

Congratulations to the 2016 IEEE Communications Society Prize Paper Awards Recipients

Every year, the IEEE Communications Society offers many awards to honor the top minds in the communications industry and their outstanding technical achievements and services. Normally, award presentations are made at ComSoc’s major conferences IEEE ICC and IEEE GLOBECOM each year. Following are this year's Paper Prize Awards recipients. Congratulations!

Read more from IEEE ComSoc News >>

Newly posted IEEE ComSoc White Papers on:

Protecting the Sky: Signal Monitoring of Radio Controlled Civilian Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and Possible Countermeasures

Flexible Mobile Client / UE Emulation for Prototyping Next-Generation Wireless Systems

View the ComSoc White Papers >>

Feature Topic on Big Data.

Read the May IEEE Network issue >>

Feature Topics on LTE-Advanced Pro, Wireless Communications, and Positioning with Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, Green Communications Computing Networks

Read the May IEEE Communications Magazine issue >>

Feature Topics on Wireless Powered Communication Networks, New research Trends in Wirelessly Powered Communications, Feasibility of 5G-Grade Dedicated RF Charging Technology For Wireless-Powered Wearables, Ambient RF Energy Harvesting in Ultra-dense Small Cell Networks, Location-Aware Device Communication Design & Secrecy Wireless Information and Power Transfer

Read the April IEEE Wireless Communications issue >>