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Features Topics in Multi-Access Mobile Edge Computing for Heterogeneous IoT, Advances in Optical Communications Technologies, and Orchestration of Ultra-Dense 5G Networks

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Feature Article on IEEE ComSoc Harbin Chapter–2017 Summer Academic Month

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August '18 // Best Readings in Optical Wireless Communications

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This Best Readings section presents papers on optical wireless communications that cover several fronts, including information theoretic aspects, communication theoretic aspects, and implementation aspects.

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Newly posted IEEE ComSoc White Papers on:

How to Create Arbitrary Waveforms without Programming

A Look at the New 3GPP Release 15

How to Create Arbitrary Waveforms without Programming

Linearization of RF Frontends for 5G

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2018 IEEE ComSoc Student Competition

2018 IEEE ComSoc Student Competition

The competition Communication Technology Changing the World, by the IEEE Communications Society, recognizes students or teams of students who demonstrate the capacity to improve the lives of people, through the application of communication technology and the development of projects that meet the human needs of people.

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Nominate a Candidate for the 2018 Career and Service Awards

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The IEEE Communications Society Awards Committee welcomes nominations for the Awards in the Career and Service categories.

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Submit Your Nomination by 1 September 2018 >>

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Exploring Deep Learning for Efficient and Reliable Mobile Sensing

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Newly posted FREE Tutorial on:

5G Use Cases, Services and Applications: Reality, Prospects and Challenges

Available now for a limited time.

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IEEE ComSoc CTN July 2018

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Coding the Network: Next Generation Coding for Flexible Network Operation

Alan Gatherer, Editor in Chief, ComSoc Technology News

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Call For Papers Special Section on Energy Efficiency for 5G Wireless

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IEEE Transactions on Green Communications and Networking is soliciting papers contributing to energy efficiency in Fifth Generation (5G) wireless networks, to be published in a Special Section of its June 2019 issue. Papers that are on all aspects of energy efficiency in 5G wireless communications and networking are sought.

Submission deadline is 15 September 2018.

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ComSoc Webinars

New Webinar Available:

Realizing the Promise of the Millimeter Wave Radio Frequency for 5G Networks
31 August 2018 2:00 PM EST

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Call for Participation

Fog World Congress: Research Track
1-3 October 2018
San Francisco, CA

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Feature Topics on Time-Sensitive Networking Standards and Internet-of-Things.

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Topics on Content-Centric Collaborative Edge Caching in 5G Mobile Internet.

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