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Join Us For A Live Online Course on Wireless for the Internet of Things

Join Us For A Live Online Course on Wireless for the Internet of Things

Wireless for the Internet of Things
 
Tuesday, 14 February 2017
10:00 am - 2:00 pm EST
 

Are you creating or about to create products for use with Internet of Things applications? Join us for this live online intermediate level course that can help you select a wireless solution for your IoT application. Your participation could be critical to the success of your product. 

Make your reservation today! Registration closes on 12 February 2017.
 
 
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Limited Seating

$125 IEEE ComSoc member; $155 IEEE Member; $180 non-member

Earn 0.3 IEEE Continuing Education Units for participating.
For more information, visit www.comsoc.org/training

 

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Millimeter Wave vs. Below 5GHz Massive MIMO: Which Technology Can Give Greater Value?

Millimeter Wave vs. Below 5GHz Massive MIMO: Which Technology Can Give Greater Value?

Complimentary Tutorial
 
The purpose of this panel is to discuss and debate the inherent technical merits of the two most prominent fifth-generation (5G) wireless physical layer technologies: millimeter wave, and below 5 GHz Massive MIMO. Despite the fact that the efficacy of wireless technology is thoroughly testable by controlled, reproducible experiments, there is apparently little consensus within the wireless industry as to the best direction future technology should take. Too often technical discussions are diluted by the introduction of extraneous nontechnical factors, such as spectrum licensing policy, the reluctance of service providers to replace wireless infrastructure ahead of its projected lifespan, entrenched thinking that has the force of dogma, and the pressure of “not invented here.” Attaching excessive importance to merely subsidiary considerations ignores that fact that the wireless industry is exceedingly wealthy (service providers spent more than $40 billion on 65 MHz of spectrum in the 2015 FCC AWS-3 auction) and that advanced communications are of ever increasing importance to young people for which they can be expected to pay increasing fractions of their income.
 
This IEEE ComSoc tutorial is sponsored by
Rhode & Schwarz
 
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IEEE Wireless Communications Engineering Technologies (WCET) Certification 2017 Candidate's Handbook Available

IEEE Wireless Communications Engineering Technologies (WCET) Certification 2017 Candidate's Handbook Available

IEEE WCET Certification 2017 Candidate's Handbook Available
 
Distinguish yourself as a globally recognized IEEE Wireless Communications Professional — IEEE WCP. Get certified to earn this credential. Apply now for IEEE WCET testing between 17 April and 13 May 2017. Download this complimentary eBook for details.
 
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About IEEE WCET
The IEEE WCET® Certification Program was specifically designed by the IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) to address the worldwide wireless industry's growing and ever-evolving need for qualified communications professionals who can demonstrate practical problem-solving skills in real-world situations. Visit: www.ieee-wcet.org

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Half-Day Live Online Course: Wireless Evolution of the Overall Network Architecture

Half-Day Live Online Course: Wireless Evolution of the Overall Network Architecture

Wireless Evolution of the Overall Network Architecture
 
Live online half-day course!
16 February 2017

10:00am to 2:00pm EST 
 
jonathan_levine.jpgToday’s smartphone can simultaneously operate on numerous wireless network architectures. This course will define these architectures along with those legacy network elements which have come and gone. We will describe the strategy behind architecture direction in the industry and provide a view of how today’s architectures may continue to evolve. Please join us and arm yourself with the knowledge to understand wireless network architecture direction as the industry continues to pave a path toward a more enhanced connected world.

Your instructor, Jonathan Levine, is the Director of Engineering, Mobilitie, LLC. who leads engineering design and driving the technical deployment process for wireless network evolution.
 
This course will align your understanding with the direction of the standards bodies ensuring that the path into the future is a clear one.
 

 
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Registration closes on 14 February 2017

Limited Seating. 
You will earn 0.3 IEEE Continuing Education Units for participating.
 
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