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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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Recent Progress and Future Evolution of Massive MIMO for cm-wave and mm-wave Bands

IEEE ComSoc content sponsored by: Rohde & Schwarz

Massive MIMO is considered as the main game changing technology from 4G to 5G. The benefits brought by Massive MIMO in terms of capacity and coverage are key enablers towards significant spectral efficient enhancements in cm-wave bands and the effective utilization of mm-wave bands for mobile communications...

Look Ma, No Hands: Intelligent Transportation and the Wireless Networks that Drive It

IEEE ComSoc content sponsored by: Anritsu

Today's automated driving trials rely on a variety of sensors placed on vehicles to enable functions such as emergency braking and collision avoidance. Meanwhile, the automotive industry is committed to deploying communication technology to enable warning and indications to (human) drivers regarding traffic incidents and safety...

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