Technologies for 5G course, Part 4 - IEEE Smart Tech WorkshopTechnologies for 5G course, Part 4 - IEEE Smart Tech Workshop

Technologies for 5G course, Part 4 - IEEE Smart Tech Workshop


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This is Part 4 of a 4-part, 6-hour course, which provides an overview of how 5G wireless and mobile communication networks will deploy Radio Access Network and Core Network technologies that provide 1000x network capacity, 0.1 to 1Gb/sec transmission rates, and enable the ultimate experience in web browsing and media streaming. 

Technologies like enhanced MIMO, massive MIMO, and hot spots of micro/pico/femto cells using mm-Wave ultra broadband transmission will enable coverage enhancement and multi-fold capacity increase, respectively. Other widely deployed technologies in 5G will include energy-efficient air interfaces optimized for massively parallel transmissions from IoT devices, Cloud RAN, Software Defined Networking, and Network Function Virtualization. Features like traffic offloading in inter-technology HetNets (LTE-Adv overlay cells and mmWave and/or IEEE 802.11x underlay hotspots); decoupling of user data/control planes in SDN/NFV and software implementations on general purpose hardware will bring dimensioning flexibility and enhanced QoE for 5G users. This course covers all of the above-mentioned technologies as well as accompanying market directions. Taught by Vinod Kumar, a retired director of ALU Bell Labs Wireless Research Program, and Sudhir DIXIT, CEO and Co-founder of Skydoot.

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  • September 30, 2016



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