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Join Us For A 3-Day Course 5-7 December! Intensive Wireless Communications Engineering: Current Practices

Join Us For A 3-Day Course 5-7 December! Intensive Wireless Communications Engineering: Current Practices

INTENSIVE WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS ENGINEERING:
CURRENT PRACTICES

3 Day Course 
In-Person / Live Online

IEEE GLOBECOM, Washington, DC - USA
5, 6, 7 December 2016
 
Join us for a 3-Day course in person or online! Explore the seven key areas in wireless communication engineering that every professional in wireless needs to master. Taught by Lee Vishloff, a wireless expert with over 30 years of experience, the course will get you up-to-date on RF Engineering, Propagation and Antennas; Wireless Access Technologies; Network and Service Architectures; Wireless Network Management and Security; Infrastructure and Wireless Communication; Agreements, Standards, Policies and Regulations; as well as fundamental knowledge you need to know. 

You will come away with:
  • Understanding of current practices in wireless communications
  • Deeper appreciation of wireless network management and security, including industry standards
  • Broadened knowledge of wireless access technologies
Attend In-Person >

Washington Hilton Hotel, Washington, D.C.

 
Participate Online >

Via WebEx

 
Reserve your spot today!
Seating is limited. Registration closes for the in-person course on 25 November and for the live online course on 1 December.
You can earn 2.0 IEEE CEU Credits upon completion of this course.

For more information, visit www.comsoc.org/training 

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!
 

 

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This Month's Tech Focus Taps Into the Future of 5G

This Month's Tech Focus Taps Into the Future of 5G
 
Tech Focus Featured Topic:
 
5G Future
 
Explore the future of 5G with these insightful, leading-edge research papers. Four articles. One Focus. Register now for free access.
 
5G Transport Networks: The Need for New Technologies and Standards
 
Fully Distributed Scheduling in Cloud-RAN Systems
 
An Efficient D2D-based Strategy for Machine Type Communications in 5G Mobile Systems
 
MIMO Uplink NOMA with Successive Bandwidth Division
 
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This month's Tech Focus is brought to you by
 
Tektronix
 
 
For sponsorship opportunities, contact Mark David at m.david@ieee.org
 

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Tech Focus provides a unique opportunity for free access to papers from IEEE Communications Magazine, as well as other IEEE Communications Society magazines, journals, and conferences on specific hot topics. The free access to the full articles is made possible by our Sponsors. Outside of the Tech Focus section, users would need their password and a paid subscription to each publication or conference proceeding to access these papers. 

 

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IEEE ComSoc 5G Live Webinar Series on 17 November: 5G's Role in the Internet of Things

IEEE ComSoc 5G Live Webinar Series on 17 November: 5G's Role in the Internet of Things

IEEE Communications Webinar Series:
Three Key Challenges for 5G (Part 2 of 3)
 
 
Thursday, 17 November 2016 
10:30 AM EST, 7:30 PM PST, 15:30 UTC/GMT
 
The Internet of Things is expected to be the main driver of demand for the higher information rates and lower latencies of 5G, and it will be a different world. The current LTE framework is built around the base station. It’s not clear yet how 5G, WiFi, Bluetooth, and other communications modalities will divide the IoT communications pie, or how they will interact in practice. Will high-bit-rate, short-range communications in ranges above 6GHz bypass the base-station to take on the local device-to-device load? Will backers of different protocols go to war over staking claims to the expanding spectrum? How will IoT networks coordinate among devices that may rely on different communications protocols? How much data will have to be referred through the backbone for central coordination, and how much will be allocated and adjudicated out on the edge? Join us for this Webinar to gain new 5G insights from our expert.
 
 
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Speakers:
 
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Amitava Ghosh, Head, North American Radio Systems Research, Nokia Networks
Douglas McCormick,
 Moderator
 
IEEE ComSoc live webinar made possible by our sponsors:
 
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Live Webinar on 3 November - UI/UX: What's Next?

Live Webinar on 3 November - UI/UX: What's Next?

Live Webinar
UI/UX: What's Next? 
– AR/VR/Haptics/Gesture/Brainwave…
 
Thursday, 3 November 2016
2:00 PM EDT
 
A consistent area of innovation since computing system's earliest days, user Interfaces and overall User Experience have changed as a function of new technologies, increasing platform capacity, and alternate use paradigms for these systems. This webinar will discuss the drivers and evolution of general human computer interfaces, and explore with a panel of speakers some of the newer technologies that are on the horizon.
 
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Speakers:
 
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Peter Freer, CEO, FreerLogic, Inc
Tom Carter, CTO, Ultrahaptics, Inc.
Matthew Szymczyk, CEO, Zugara, Inc.
Tatu Harviainen, Sr. Scientist, VTT Technical Research Center of Finland Ltd.
David Bohn, Senior Director, Hardware Engineering, Microsoft, Inc.
Jeffrey Metzger, Strategic Partner Development at InterDigital Communications, Inc.
 
 
Sponsored by
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For sponsorship opportunities, contact Mark David at m.david@ieee.org
 

 

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