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

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Promise Meets Reality: mmWave and Massive MIMO in Future Wireless Systems

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5G is accelerating a better connected world with high data rate, low latency, high reliability and massive connections. Massive MIMO (M-MIMO) in the mmW range is considered to be one of the key technologies that will enable 5G capacity increases. How much of the hype surrounding M-MIMO is wishful thinking and how much is reality is a critical question for the future of 5G. Many challenges remain in performance evaluation and implementation. In this panel we examine the critical issues surrounding M-MIMO for mmW, how to address those challenges and in what areas further research is needed. This exciting panel hopes to bring the audience a little closer to understanding this critical technology.

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

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5G will herald and mark the start of new types of applications requiring unprecedented bandwidth, ultra-low latency and massive sensing capability. The use cases with 5G are planned over a wide spectrum of applications in enhanced mobile broadband delivery for hotspots, public transport, high resolution...

 

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