Communications Technologies for 2020 and Beyond: An Energy-Efficient Perspective with Application to Internet of Things

Abstract: By the year 2022, Fifth Generation (5G) wireless networks are expected to provide a new paradigm over the existing networks. The targets for 5G include: 10,000 times increase in traffic data, 10-100 times more devices, low latency in the order of 1msec, more uniform coverage providing a minimum of 1Gbps for every user, flexible... Read more

Cloud Radio Access Networks: System Model, Capacity Analysis, and Optimization Techniques

Microsoft - Building #99 Room 1919 14820 NE 36th Street - Building #99 Room 1919, Redmond, WA

Abstract: Cloud radio access network (C-RAN) is an emerging wireless cellullar architecture in which the base-stations (BSs) take advantage of high-capacity backhaul links to upload signal processing and computation to a cloud-computing based central processor. The C-RAN architecture offers an enabling platform for the centralized joint encoding and joint decoding of user messages and a... Read more

Wi-Fi Basics and Beyond: Practical Considerations for Deployments in Enterprise, Point-to-Point, Wireless Internet Service Provider, and Marine Applications

Microsoft - Building #99 Room 1919 14820 NE 36th Street - Building #99 Room 1919, Redmond, WA

Abstract Despite the ubiquitous deployment of Wi-Fi throughout the world, many engineers have not taken the time to understand the richness and diverse applications of this most popular of wireless technologies.  This comprehensive interactive session explains the evolution of Wi-Fi with related technologies of Power over Ethernet, antenna options, cable considerations, and connector choices to... Read more

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IEEE 5G Summit Seattle

Recently, IEEE Communications Society has developed a strategic framework based on the principles that embrace Industry's interests and priorities while integrating IEEE and ComSoc's objectives. In order to engage industry members with high value and innovative technologies, IEEE Communications Society plans to hold a series of high impact one day Summits in emerging technology areas... Read more

Communications Network Economics

Microsoft - Building #99 Room 1919 14820 NE 36th Street - Building #99 Room 1919, Redmond, WA

Today’s communication networks are highly complex, carry heterogeneous traffic in diverse environments, and are often owned by multiple profit-making entities. To successfully maintain, optimize, and upgrade such large distributed networks, it is important to design new economic incentive mechanisms as well as develop new technologies. The market deregulation of the telecommunication industry in many countries... Read more

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Advances in Antenna/EMC/Wireless Test and Measurement: A Colloquium and Exhibition

The Museum Of Flight 9404 East Marginal Way, Seattle, WA

The IEEE Seattle Section Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Society Chapter Antennas and Propagation (AP) Society, Microwave Theory and Techniques (MTT) Society and Electronic Devices (ED) Society Joint Chapter Communications Society (ComSoc) and Vehicular Technology (VT) Society Joint Chapter Proudly Present   Advances in Antenna/EMC/Wireless Test and Measurement: A Colloquium and Exhibition   With Special Keynote Speaker Professor Yahya... Read more

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Holographic Beam Forming

Microsoft - Building #99 Room 1919 14820 NE 36th Street - Building #99 Room 1919, Redmond, WA

Speaker: Eric Black, Ph.D., CTO of Bellevue-based Pivotal Commware Abstract: In this presentation, Eric will describe his company’s software-defined antennas that use Holographic Beam Forming™ to increase network speed, capacity and spectral efficiency.  HBF represents a breakthrough in electro-magnetic physics that offers the lowest cost, size, weight and power (C-SWaP) envelope available. Beamforming will play... Read more

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