24 to Mar
Leaders in the advanced wireless community will come together to explore the evolution of reconfigurable radio over the next several years. Reconfigurable radio technologies are becoming essential to support the requirements of the wireless market: network operators and wireless service providers in all market domains need to contain their capital and operational expenditures while supporting a proliferation of wireless standards and wireless end users, be they business travelers or first responders in a national emergency, are demanding radio technologies that allow them to communicate with whoever they need to, whenever they need to and wherever they are. This conference will explore these requirements across domains and present innovative solutions in development to address them.
22 to May
The 2015 New England Workshop for Software Defined Radio (NEWSDR'15) is the fifth installment of an annual series of workshops organized by the Boston SDR User Group (SDR-Boston). The previous NEWSDR events were held at Boston University (Saturday 1 October 2011), Northeastern University (Friday 11 May 2012), Worcester Polytechnic Institute (Friday 17 May 2013), and Boston University (Friday 6 June 2014). The goal of these workshops are to provide a forum through which individuals working on SDR-related projects in the greater Boston area can get together in order to collaborate and introduce SDR concepts to those interested in furthering their knowledge of SDR capabilities and available resources.
27 to May
Wireless@VT offers one of the most comprehensive curricula in wireless communications among US universities. As an educational outreach activity, we hold an annual Symposium and Summer School on Wireless Communications. At the symposium both university and industry partners present oral presentations, poster sessions, and tutorials covering a variety of relevant topics in wireless communications.
17 to Aug
SRIF 2015 aims to bring together practitioners and researchers of software-defined radio in academia and industry to share the latest development, experiences, and insights, in this exciting area. Through the exchange, the workshop aims to encourage and engender lively collaborations between academia and industry. In particular, the workshop aims to (i) reach out to industrial participants to share their best practices; and (ii) expose the state-of-the-art wireless research based on SDR to industrial participants in order to seek feedback.
29 to Oct
IEEE DySpan is a conference that is back right in the middle of exiting technical developments. Now under the label "5G", the rapid growth of traffic in wireless mobile and nomadic access is rapidly is on its way to dwarf all other wireless applications. Although still not clearly defined, "5G" seems to be about more than just more wireless access capacity. Large scale and mission critical M2M applications are also important technology drivers.
26 to Oct
MILCOM attracts decision-makers from government, military, academia, and industry. The conference gathers military and government communications subject matter experts from around the globe to conduct in-depth discussions about the latest in technology advancements. MILCOM is an ideal forum for industry to demonstrate the application of these technologies and to promote products and services that provide reliable solutions to today's mission-critical challenges.
1 to Dec
The 52nd Annual AOC International Symposium and Convention is the leading trade event of the global Electronic Warfare and Signals Intelligence market. Across the globe, governments spend more than $7 billion per year on EW and SIGINT equipment and services.
6 to Dec
IEEE GLOBECOM is one of two flagship conferences of the IEEE Communications Society, together with IEEE ICC. Each year the conference attracts about 3000 submitted scientific papers. A technical program committee of more than 1,500 experts provides more than 10,000 reviews, and from this a small fraction of the submitted papers are accepted for publication and presentation at the conference. The conference meets once a year in North America and attracts roughly 2000 leading scientists and researchers and industry leaders from all around the world. IEEE GLOBECOM is therefore one of the most significant scientific events of the networking and communications community, a must-attend event for scientists and researchers from industry and academia.