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2018 IEEE 87th Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Spring)

The technical scope of VTC2018-Spring includes:Ad-hoc, Mesh, and Sensor NetworksAntennas and Propagation and RF DesignCognitive Radio and Spectrum SensingCooperative Communications, Distributed MIMO and RelayingMobile Networks, Applications and ServicesMultiple Antenna Systems and ServicesSatellite Networks, Positioning Technologies, Localization and NavigationTransmission Technologies and Communication TheoryTransportation, Vehicular Networks, and Vehicular Electronics and Telematics; Wireless AccessWireless Networks and SecurityHealth, Body-Area and Medical Device NetworksGreen NetworksMedium access control and routing protocolsNarrowband, wideband and ultra-widebandPHY and MAC layer designChannel modeling, equalization, synchronization, modulation and codingOFDM, CDMA, WiMAXLTE AdvancedITS, Car-to-car, and Car-to-X


2018 IEEE Aerospace Conference

The international IEEE Aerospace Conference is organized to promote interdisciplinaryunderstanding of aerospace systems, their underlying science, and technology


2018 IEEE Canadian Conference on Electrical & Computer Engineering (CCECE)

CCECE is the flagship conference for researchers, students, and professionals in the area of Electrical and Computer Engineering from Canada and around the world to meet annually in a Canadian city to disseminate their research advancements and discoveries, to network and exchange ideas in order to strengthen existing partnerships and foster new collaborations


2018 IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics (ICCE)

The International Conference on Consumer Electronics (ICCE) is soliciting technical papersfor oral and poster presentation at ICCE 2018. ICCE has a strong conference history coupledwith a tradition of attracting leading authors and delegates from around the world.Papers reporting new developments in all areas of consumer electronics are invited. This year,papers relating Cybersecurity are particularly welcome.Topics around this major theme will be the content ofspecial sessions and tutorials.


2018 IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium (IFCS)

The 2018 Symposium aims to highlight manufacturing methods and technologies that realizeemerging products in MEMS resonator-based devices, quartz micro-clocks, andadvanced atomic frequency standards, so contributions in these areas are encouraged.


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Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine, IEEE

The IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine publishes articles concerned with the various aspects of systems for space, air, ocean, or ground environments.


Automatic Control, IEEE Transactions on

The theory, design and application of Control Systems. It shall encompass components, and the integration of these components, as are necessary for the construction of such systems. The word `systems' as used herein shall be interpreted to include physical, biological, organizational and other entities and combinations thereof, which can be represented through a mathematical symbolism. The Field of Interest: shall ...


Biomedical Engineering, IEEE Transactions on

Broad coverage of concepts and methods of the physical and engineering sciences applied in biology and medicine, ranging from formalized mathematical theory through experimental science and technological development to practical clinical applications.


Communications Letters, IEEE

Covers topics in the scope of IEEE Transactions on Communications but in the form of very brief publication (maximum of 6column lengths, including all diagrams and tables.)


Communications Magazine, IEEE

IEEE Communications Magazine was the number three most-cited journal in telecommunications and the number eighteen cited journal in electrical and electronics engineering in 2004, according to the annual Journal Citation Report (2004 edition) published by the Institute for Scientific Information. Read more at http://www.ieee.org/products/citations.html. This magazine covers all areas of communications such as lightwave telecommunications, high-speed data communications, personal communications ...


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Architecture for DSP VLSI

[{u'author_order': 1, u'affiliation': u'Texas Instruments, Inc., Houston, TX, USA', u'full_name': u'S. Magar'}] 1986 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference. Digest of Technical Papers, 1986

AS CMOS technology scales to 1μm, it is becoming possible to integrate more than 500K transistors on a processor-like chip. At this point, various digital signal processing (DSP) chip architecture approaches need to be re-examined to enable VLSI designers to obtain on optimal solution for system designers in terms of performance, power, cost, flexibility and development time. The panel will ...


Cellular Systems Modems

[{u'author_order': 1, u'full_name': u'Sajal Kumar Das'}] Mobile Terminal Receiver Design: LTE and LTE-Advanced, None

A modem is an electronic device that helps to modulate and demodulate the information at the transmitter and receiver block respectively in order to transmit the information signal reliably through the propagating medium. Initially a modem was also known as 'data phone', as it enabled a computer terminal (host) to send and receive information over public switched telecommunications networks (PSTNs) ...


IEE Colloquium on 'Multi-Level Modulation Techniques and Point-to-Point and Mobile Radio' (Digest No.045)

[] IEE Colloquium on Multi-Level Modulation Techniques and Point-to-Point and Mobile Radio, 1990

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An integrated PSK encoder/transmitter

[{u'author_order': 1, u'affiliation': u'Exar Integrated Systems, Inc., Sunnyvale, CA, USA', u'full_name': u'J. Silverman'}] 1979 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference. Digest of Technical Papers, 1979

A monolithic PSK encoder/transmitter using bipolar I<sup>2</sup>L technology, virtually replacing all of the active circuitry associated with the transmitter section of 4-phase PSK modems will be discussed.


IEE Colloquium on 'DSP Applications in Communication Systems' (Digest No.064)

[] IEE Colloquium on DSP Applications in Communication Systems, 1993

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  • Cellular Systems Modems

    A modem is an electronic device that helps to modulate and demodulate the information at the transmitter and receiver block respectively in order to transmit the information signal reliably through the propagating medium. Initially a modem was also known as 'data phone', as it enabled a computer terminal (host) to send and receive information over public switched telecommunications networks (PSTNs) by converting the digital data of a computer terminal into an analog signal used on telephone phone lines and then converting it back to its original form once it was received at the other end. These modems are commonly known as 'dialup modems'. Wireless modems work in the same way as a dialup analog modem, except they convert digital data into radio signals for transmission through air. This chapter discusses how the cellular systems including mobile phone modem system has been evolved over several generations and also discusses the legacy modems.

  • IPv6 Deployment in DSL, ETTH, and Wireless Networks

    This chapter contains sections titled:New Remote Access Architecture for IPv6DSL NetworksEthernet NetworksIEEE 802.11A/B/G Wireless NetworksSummaryReferences

  • IPTV Consumer Devices (IPTVCDs)

    This chapter contains sections titled:About Residential GatewaysRG Technology ArchitectureRG FunctionalityRG Industry StandardsIntroduction to Digital Set‐top BoxesThe Evolution of Digital Set‐top BoxesCategories of Digital Set‐top BoxesMajor Technological Trends for Digital Set‐top BoxesIP Set‐top Boxes DefinedTypes of IP Set‐top BoxesOther Emerging IPTV Consumer DevicesSummary

  • Smartphone Hardware and System Design

    A smartphone contains several components including processors. It incorporates the functionalities of a handheld computer to run different user applications along with the functionalities of a cellphone modem. This chapter shows the different modules of a smartphone and lists different hardware components. It discusses these components in more details. The baseband part is responsible for a cellular system's modem bit detection, bit transmission, protocol processing, sleep and power management, audio processing, and so forth, and the application part is responsible for running different applications. The baseband modem manages radio communications, signal processing tasks, and protocol stack to enable the smartphone to access different types of wireless network technologies. The application unit relies mainly on a general purpose processor (GPP), most commonly a reduced instruction set computers (RISC) processor, which provides the processing needed by the applications and provides user interfaces and overall command‐and‐control functions.

  • DSL Technology – Broadband via Telephone Lines

    Digital subscriber line (DSL) technology transmits broadband data over telephone lines. With approximately 480 million DSL lines in service at the end of 2012, DSL technology is the most popular form of broadband access in the world. The use of existing telephone lines for DSL technology provides several benefits. There are economic benefits from using existing facilities between the network and the home, as well as sharing these facilities with the existing voice/fax services. The fundamental advantage of DSL technology over voice‐band modem technology is the expanded frequency bandwidth of the transmission channel. Specifically, the analog‐to‐digital conversions at the local digital telephone switches are excluded from the DSL transmission channel. Several types of DSL technology have evolved, with a trend toward higher bit rates. The standardized and widely deployed types of DSL technology are described in this chapter.

  • LTE UE Operations Procedures and Anatomy

    Once the user equipment (UE) is powered ON, it triggers the CPU reset and initially it performs the booting and system initialization related tasks including device self‐test. In the modem unit, once the system initialization is over and operating system (OS) is loaded into the memory, then OS takes the control and starts executing different tasks, where different modem sublayers and procedures are running as OS threads. In order to synchronize time and frequency with a UE cell the eNB broadcasts two types of downlink physical signals: a primary synchronization signal (PSS); a secondary synchronization signal (SSS). These two signals were especially designed to enable time and frequency synchronization. They also indicate physical layer cell identity, cyclic prefix length, and frequency division duplex (FDD), or time division duplex (TDD) mode used in the cell.

  • Modem Layer

    The digital modulation schemes require the physical layer (PHY) of a wireless Internet of Things (IoT) standard to utilize digital signal processing (DSP) in order to implement Modulation and Demodulation (MODEM) of the waveform. This chapter discusses the various waveforms employed by wireless IoT standards and their advantages and disadvantages. It describes how the selection of those waveforms is often driven by the desired application and transceiver hardware. The chapter establishes the model of a complex‐valued baseband signal including noise. IoT standards generally require some form of pulse shaping. Linear modulation occurs when the modulating signal is multiplied on to the amplitude of the carrier signal. Angular modulation occurs when the modulating signal is applied to the angle, or phase, of the carrier signal. Frequency‐shift keying and differential phase shift keying both employ a non‐zero time derivative to the phase of the signal.

  • Fundamentals of Physical Layer Transmission

    This chapter contains sections titled:Information TransmissionTransmission Techniques and Signal ConstellationPerformance of the Physical LayerWideband ModemsQuestionsProblemsProjects

  • Digital Modulation/Demodulation for Mobile Radio Communication

    This chapter describes some digital modulation methods in order of appearance: digital modulation for analog FM systems, spectrum‐efficient digital FM, linear modulation, spread spectrum system, multicarrier transmission, and single‐carrier frequency‐division modulation. Special requirements for digital mobile radio communication are stable performance of bit error rate in fast‐fading channels and cochannel interfering environments, low power consumption, as well as size and cost‐effectiveness of equipment. The chapter also describes linear modulation/demodulation systems. The spectrum of linearly modulated signals is given by translating the modulating baseband signal spectrum into the carrier frequency. In spread‐spectrum systems the spectrum is spread by introducing additional modulation with SS codes. In this system, digital signals are transmitted in parallel using multiple carriers with different frequencies. The single‐carrier frequency‐division modulated signal recently shows a spectrum that is divided into several separated frequency regions and spreads by putting null spaces in the frequency domain.

  • Service Building Blocks

    This chapter contains sections titled:The Building BlocksConceptual Network Architecture for Fixed and 3G Mobile ServicesInteractions Between the Network and the Support SystemsSystem Functions Required for All ServicesOperational Support Processes for All ServicesAre there Any Differences Between Fixed‐Line and 3G Mobile Services From a Service Design Point of View?Summary



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IEEE Standard for Broadband over Power Line Networks: Medium Access Control and Physical Layer Specifications

The project defines a standard for high-speed (>100 Mbps at the physical layer) communication devices via electric power lines, so-called broadband over power line (BPL) devices. This standard uses transmission frequencies below 100 MHz. It is usable by all classes of BPL devices, including BPL devices used for the first-mile/last-mile connection (<1500 m to the premise) to broadband services as ...



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