The Tactile Internet, an online course offered by IEEE ComSoc
A big step lies ahead when moving from today’s 4G cellular networks to tomorrow’s 5G network. Today the network is used for content delivery, e.g. voice, video, data. Tomorrow, the 5G network will provide a ubiquitous Tactile Internet infrastructure for controlling and steering real and virtual objects. For this we must create a control processing and a control communications infrastructure. For enabling the former, distributed mobile edge cloud computing will be created at a level unheard of today. For enabling the latter, latency and resilience requirements must be met by designing networks along new paradigms. The resulting Tactile Internet will shape our future and our society, touching almost every part of life.
The course starts with a high level introduction of use case and deriving the technical requirements for the Tactile Internet. Later technical solutions are introduced that enable the Tactile Internet. A holistic understanding of 5G technologies is presented.
IEEE 5G Tech Focus - March 2017
High Performance Triple Play by Professor Hua Wang's Team
IEEE 5G Transmissions: Podcasts with the Experts
What Challenges Do You Foresee that Could Affect Deployment of 5G?
Jagadish Bose frequency holds key to 5G tech
Over a century after Jagadish Chandra Bose invented radio communication but saw Italian inventor Guglielmo Marconi walk away with the credit, he is set to get his due. The millimetre wavelength frequency that Bose used in his experiment in 1895 is the foundation of 5G that scientists and technologists across the world are now trying to reinvent.
Read more at The Times of India.
5G The New Wireless Frontier: Special Report on 5G by The Institute
Read the special issue (PDF, 13M)
Press Release: New IEEE 5G Activities Designed to Help Connect Unconnected and Fuel Decades Long Innovation Wave
VW EVs will debut 5G connectivity services
SDN poised to play major role in 5G networks
Read more at TechTarget.
Timeline: The Evolution of 5G
How each generation of wireless technology brought us closer to the age of 100-Gb/s communcations.
Read more at The Institute.
The 5G Frontier: Millimeter Wireless
New Terahertz Transmitter Shines with Ultrafast Data Speeds
Challenges of Network Slicing
Understanding Network Slicing, a Key Technology for 5G
Read more at RCRWireless News.
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- IEEE Talks 5G: Read Q&A Interviews with IEEE experts
- Infographic: On the Road to 5G