IEEE Communications Society online courses are offered live, via WebEx. You can interact directly with the course instructors and will receive access to the course recording for subsequent review.
|Date||Time||Course Title & Description|
|04 - 05 October 2023||9:00 am - 12:30 pm EDT||
Learn about the evolution and operational principles of digital cellular networks as cellular concept, frequency reuse, and sectorization are explained.
|11 October 2023||10:00 am - 2:00 pm EDT||
Non-cellular Wireless Systems
Gain a deeper understanding of wireless local area networks, wireless personal area networks, and ad hoc networks; along with an overview of satellite communications.
|12 - 13 October 2023||10:00 am - 2:30 pm EDT||
Machine Type Communications in 5G and Beyond
This course provides a thorough understanding of the fundamentals of machine type communications (MTC) over LTE and 5G/NR radio access, covering the areas of massive, critical and reduced-capability MTC, as well as the special cases of UAV and V2X communications.
|18 - 19 October 2023||10:00 am - 1:30 pm EDT||
Introduction to Deep Learning for the Physical Layer
Get an introduction to key concepts of deep learning and their practical applications to problems in communications, ranging from channel estimation, over a full neural OFDM receiver, to an entirely neural network-based communications system that does not use any traditional algorithm.
|26 October 2023||10:00 am - 2:30 pm EDT||
Building the Road to 6G: From Full 5G-Advanced to Beyond-5G & 6G
Understand the vision and new paradigms in 5G and beyond and its potential impact on a variety of technologies.
|02 November 2023||9:00 am - 4:30 pm EDT||
Cloud-Native 5G Evolution to 5G-Advanced & Beyond
Understand end-to-end 5G architecture and its roadmap towards 5G-Advanced and beyond, including 5G core, enabling variety of use cases, next generation service-based architecture and telco cloud.
|07 - 09 November 2023||3:00 pm - 5:30 pm EST||
OTFS and Delay-Doppler Communications
Learn about delay-Doppler communications, from the fundamental theory of the Zak transform to MATLAB code functions and software-defined radio implementation.
|15 - 16 November 2023||10:30 am - 3:00 pm EST||
O-RAN: Disrupting the Radio Access Network through Openness and Innovation
Learn how O-RAN influences current developments in the industry, how it is expected to unleash innovation and what opportunities it offers, leading to fully open, disaggregated, virtualized and intelligent Radio Access Networks.