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Explore the LTE Fundamentals On the Way to 5G

Explore the LTE Fundamentals On the Way to 5G
 
Got 5G on your mind? How about its key player LTE, who is evolving to fit the 5G future? Join industry expert, Daniel Wong, on Wednesday, 7 June for an exciting journey of LTE. Come and discover the fundamentals and and learn about where LTE is heading.
 
This course is a great primer for those interested in learning about more advanced LTE technologies that lead to 5G as offered in the 14 June Beyond LTE course.

Upon completion of this course, you will:
- Understand what LTE is, why it's used, how it works
- Identify limitations of LTE and areas of improvement
- Appreciate LTE Network and Service Architectures
- Get a big perspective on LTE 
 
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Seating is limited. Can't participate in the live session? You can register now and view the recording for 15 business days after each course. You can earn 0.6 IEEE Continuing Education Units for taking the course. Price: $279 IEEE ComSoc member, $349 IEEE member, $459 non-member 
 
" The material was well put together, and Daniel did a good job presenting it. I appreciated how he was able to predict some of the questions we might have. I also found he was very knowledgeable in the material and knew quite a few anecdotes that were valuable to the students."
- Frederic Demers, Québec, Canada
 
Did you know? With an IEEE ComSoc membership, you can receive valuable discounts when you register for our courses. Not a member? Join IEEE and ComSoc now!
 
For any questions, contact Tara Gallus at t.gallus@comsoc.org  or visit the IEEE ComSoc Training website.

 

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Now Available On-demand for a Limited Time! Online Course - Designing the Green Internet

Now Available On-demand for a Limited Time! Online Course - Designing the Green Internet
 
IEEE ComSoc is leading the IEEE initative on Green Information and Communication Technologies (Green ICT), and we're proud that you are part of it.  
 
To help professionals stay ahead in today's green ICT dynamic, ComSoc Training is offering a new one-day online course - Designing the Green Internet: Energy Efficient Design of Access, Backbone, and the Cloud. For the first time, this course is on-demand to fit into your busy schedule.
 
Taught by distinguished wireless expert Fabrizio Granelli, the course provides valuable insights into the design of energy efficient networking solutions. Participants will explore how to analyze energy consumption of networks, devices, and servers; identify the best strategies to reduce the overall environmental impact of the Internet; and receive an up-to-date review of the main issues in energy saving.
 
Take the course today or share the news with your colleagues.
 
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The course is in streaming video recording delivered via WebEx. Participants will have access to the course for 15 calendar days. Course materials and CEUs are not provided. Offer expires on 13 August 2017.

 

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Live Webinar on 26 June - A deep Dive into New Radio and mmWave for 5G

Live Webinar on 26 June - A deep Dive into New Radio and mmWave for 5G

Join us for a live webinar!
 
 
Join us for a technical overview of the New Radio (NR) standard being proposed for 5G. NR aims to provide a solution for both sub 6 GHz and mmWave.  Evolving communications from the sub 6 GHz frequencies into mmWave frequencies presents a variety of unknowns and challenges.  This webinar will also discuss what some of those challenges are and the ongoing research for mmWave communications.
 
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Speakers:
 
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Ian Wong, Ph.D., Senior Manager, Advanced Wireless Research, National Instruments
Sarah Yost, SDR Product Marketing Manager, National Instruments
Dexter Johnson, Moderator
 
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IEEE REACH Awarded Digital Engagement Prize

IEEE REACH Awarded Digital Engagement Prize

The British Society for the History of Science (BSHS) has awarded IEEE REACH with the Ayrton Prize.

As the BSHS release states “This valuable set of educational resources, which has the potential to grow significantly through collaborations in the future, is easily-navigable and represents an important step in raising the profile of the history of science, technology and medicine by inspiring engineers of the future."

The Ayrton Prize recognizes digital engagement in the history of science, technology and medicine, and is named after Hertha Ayrton, holder of nearly 30 patents and winner of the Hughes Medal for her work on electric arcs. IEEE REACH is the second recipient of the prize.

The IEEE Foundation is thrilled that REACH is gaining awareness around the globe, and excited to learn how pre-university teachers in the UK will use IEEE REACH’s inquiry units to enhance their classroom lessons.

Donors’ early support of IEEE REACH enabled the website design, development of three inquiry units: Early Maritime Navigation, Printing Press and Triremes, and another two in production: Drones and Radio.

IEEE REACH draws heavily from oral and first-hand histories, milestones, and IEEE historians use these sources in creating each inquiry unit. You’re encouraged to register for an account and discover REACH for yourself, forward it to a teacher or join our roster of donors. 

 

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