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Prototyping mmWave 28GHz Systems to Realize 5G Networks

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Thursday, 27 July 2017 • 2:00 PM EDT, 11:00 AM PDT, 18:00 UTC/GMT

The roll out of fifth generation (5G) wireless networks will involve a shift to the millimeter wave (mmWave) spectrum in the frequency bands above 24GHz for mobile applications. However, achieving this mmWave spectrum comes at the cost of high propagation loss and susceptibility to blockage. So-called beam-forming techniques can overcome propagation loss by concentrating RF energy in a certain direction. However, this is just a starting point.

From Closed Smart City Solutions to Open Marketplaces

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Thursday, 20 July 2017 • 11:00 AM EDT, 8:00 AM PDT, 15:00 UTC/GMT

Smart city activities are usually driven by large cities with enough resources to adopt and deploy the solutions they need. This approach generally works for large metropolitan areas where there is enough population to attract further innovation. This scheme, however, is not applicable to smaller regions and satellite towns that may not have enough resources to procure smart city platforms, are not ready to commit to long-term contracts, or that simply do not have the size to bring in large-scale development.

A Deep Dive into New Radio and mmWave for 5G

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Monday, 26 June 2017 • 1:00 PM EDT, 10:00 AM PDT, 17:00 UTC/GMT

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.

SDN/NFV – Time for Real Innovations

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Tuesday, 23 May 2017 • 11:00 AM EDT, 8:00 AM PDT, 15:00 UTC/GMT

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SDN and NFV are currently moving from the phase of standardization to that of early proliferation and adoption as common 5G base technologies. First innovations that truly exploit the capabilities enabled by SDN and NFV are also emerging in the form of novel architectures and technologies that improve on flexibility, dynamicity and overall performance. On the other hand, there is also a remaining belief that SDN and NFV have not pushed the boat out where it is needed for 5G and beyond. This webinar sheds light on these aspects of adoption, innovation, and the new frontiers with the help of invited esteemed experts in this space who will outline their position and debate their views.

Real-time Prototyping of 5G Software Defined Networks

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Thursday, 23 March 2017 • 2:00 PM EDT, 11:00 AM PDT, 18:00 UTC/GMT

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In this webinar, attendees will learn more about the National Instruments MAC/PHY prototyping system which includes a flexible hardware and software reference architecture complete with a real-time and fully modifiable upper layer stack and PHY layer that enables wireless researchers to rapidly prototype SDNs that communicate over real-world wireless channels.

Understanding 5G’s Signal-Processing Demands: Device centric network cooperation for 5G and beyond: Theory and algorithms

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Thursday, 15 December 2016 • 1:00 PM EST, 10:00 AM PST, 18:00 UTC/GMT

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IEEE Communications Webinar Series: Three Key Challenges for 5G (Part 3 of 3)

This series of IEEE Communication Society webinars will highlight three areas of intense technical interest that require substantial development to make 5G a reality and realize its promises for the Internet of Things.

5G's Role in the Internet of Things

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Thursday, 17 November 2016 • 10:30 AM EST, 7:30 AM PST, 15:30 UTC/GMT

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IEEE Communications Webinar Series: Three Key Challenges for 5G (Part 2 of 3)

This series of IEEE Communication Society webinars will highlight three areas of intense technical interest that require substantial development to make 5G a reality and realize its promises for the Internet of Things.

UI/UX: What's Next? – AR/VR/Haptics/Gesture/Brainwave…

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Thursday, 3 November 2016 • 2:00 PM EDT, 11:00 AM PDT, 18:00 UTC/GMT

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A consistent area of innovation since computing systems 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.

Performance Requirements for 5G Antennas

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Monday, 31 October 2016 • 1:00 PM EDT, 10:00 AM PDT, 17:00 UTC/GMT

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IEEE Communications Webinar Series: Three Key Challenges for 5G (Part 1 of 3)

This series of IEEE Communication Society webinars will highlight three areas of intense technical interest that require substantial development to make 5G a reality and realize its promises for the Internet of Things.

5G Radio Interface Technologies: Collaboration, Co-Existence or Competition

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Thursday, 27 October 2016 • 10:00 AM EDT, 7:00 AM PDT, 14:00 UTC/GMT

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This webinar will bring together a panel of industry experts in 5G radio access design to discuss their views on how candidate 5G radio technologies can either collaborate, co-exist or even compete against each other in forming 5G networks of the future.

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