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Blog Archive - October 2016
2:00 PM EDT
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.
9:00am to 4:30pm EDT
Online course via WebEx
$280 IEEE member • $330 non-member
Registration closes on 14 November 2016.
You can earn 0.6 IEEE Continuing Education Units for participating.
Secretary, IEEE Princeton Central Jersey Section
Vice-Chair, IEEE Communications Society Chapter PCJS
Call for Participation
IEEE Workshop on In-Building Wireless Solutions, Rutgers University Inn and Conference
Center, 178 Ryders Ln, New Brunswick, NJ 08901, November 14, 2016
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Workshop Keynotes, Invited Talks and Panel: Monday, November 14, 2016
- Paula L. Doublin, AT&T (Keynote)
- Chris Bastian, SCTE/ISBE
- Caroline Chan, Intel
- Edwin C Koehler, Avaya
- Nicholas Karter, Qualcomm
- Milind M. Buddhikot, Nokia Bell Labs, Wireless Research
- K. Raghunandan, New York City Transit
- Robert Ivanoff, New Jersey Wireless Association
- Michael Collado, Wireless 20/20
- Chong Zhou, ZTE USA
- Mustafa Arslan, NEC Labs
- Lijun Qian, Prarieview A&M University
- Tony Tam, Fujitsu Network Communication
- Narayan Menon, XCellAir
- Ken Sandfeld, SOLiD
- Xioafei Wang, InterDigital Communications
In-Building Wireless Solutions -- Opportunities and Challenges
The regular fee schedule is $75 (IEEE members) / $100 (non-IEEE members).
Registration fee for student member is $50.
For registration information, please visit http://ibwsworkshop.org/
IEEE Princeton/Central Jersey Section
IEEE Communications Society
IEEE Region 1
IEEE Photonics Society
IEEE Computer Society
IEEE PCJS AP/ED/MTT Joint Chapter
IEEE North Jersey Section
IEEE New Jersey Coast Section
The research community is full of ideas, yet there’s still no clear technology roadmap towards 5G. This tutorial offers an exploratory viewpoint to stimulate further thinking and creativity. We are certainly at the dawn of a new era in wireless research and innovation.
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Sergio Buonomo, Counselor Study Group 5, Terrestrial Systems, Radiocommunication Bureau, ITU
Adrian Stephens, Intel Corp & IEEE 802.11 Working Group Chair
IEEE ComSoc Live Webinar
1:00 PM EDT
Douglas McCormick, Moderator
This session will be held in Conference Room 6C at 4 Irving Place (Con Ed HQ), near Union Square, on . We will meet you downstairs at ession starts at .
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In the coming years, telecommunications providers face the daunting challenge of increasing data rates while also expanding network capacity by orders of magnitude. High channel count MIMO technologies such as Massive MIMO offer unique benefits that can address these concerns and enable 5G networks. To move Massive MIMO from theory to reality, however, advanced hardware must be combined with challenging signal processing.
In this webinar, we will go over the creation of the world’s first real-time Massive MIMO system at Lund University, Sweden. This successful deployment produced a host of field trial results, but also revealed new challenges in Massive MIMO development. We will cover lessons learned from the Lund system while also diving deep into the signal processing used, including reciprocity calibration, MIMO precoding, and MIMO decoding. Finally, we will discuss the future of Massive MIMO research and standardization. Join us to learn how you can begin building your own Massive MIMO testbed to tackle these challenges.
Kyle Teegarden, Product Marketing Engineer, National Instruments
Dr. Fredrik Tufvesson, Professor of radio systems, Lund University
Dr. Liang Liu, Associate Professor, Lund University
Online course via WebEx • $125 IEEE ComSoc member • $155 IEEE member • $180 non-member
Limited Seating. You will earn 0.3 IEEE Continuing Education Units for participating.
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Register for the course and you'll have access to this session recording until 28 November 2016. You will receive a certificate of participation and will earn 0.3 CEUs for submitting a course evaluation.
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