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IEEE Communications provides a selection of FREE tutorials, thanks to our corporate sponsors. Their support enables us to provide these tutorials to you at no charge. 

The IEEE Communications Society’s enhanced conference tutorial program features an online collection of recent tutorials delivered at IEEE ComSoc sponsored conferences. Tutorials are regularly posted and review specific, current communications topics, including Wireless Communications, RF Communications, Optical Communications, Consumer Communications, Networking and more. Available tutorials, which are 30 minutes - 2.5 hours in length, contain voice-over ppt by the presenter.

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

IEEE ComSoc content sponsored by: Rohde & Schwarz

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...

Hands-on 5G: From Theory to Practice

IEEE ComSoc content sponsored by: GL Communications

Our primary aim with this tutorial is to provide attendees with hands-on exposure to concepts and enabling technologies that will form part of the expected 5G evolution. Towards this end we will introduce attendees to core mobile networking concepts in both 4G and 5G, as well as enabling technologies in the form...

5G Networks Prototyping: Entering the Next Phase of Experimentation for Future Radio Access Technologies

IEEE ComSoc content sponsored by: National Instruments logo

The ITU has announced three pillar applications (enhanced mobile broadband, massive machine type communications and ultra-reliable and low latency communications) which the new IMT-2020 5G standard needs to support. This panel will identify the key requirements of the MAC as well as higher layers in a 5G...