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5 G Wireless Communication

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Key Technologies in 5 G Wireless Communication
First International Workshop
Co-located with Fifth International Conference on Future Generation 
Communication Technologies (FGCT 2016)
Luton, London UK
August 17-19, 2016
(www.socio.org.uk/fgct)

Technically co-sponsored by UK & RI IEEE
Proceedings publication in IEEE Xplore

Wireless Communication Networks are perhaps the nucleus to the modern 
communication technology and have profound influence in the lives of the 
people.
5G is inevitably the result of the evolution of mobile communication and 
is a major driver for the the networked world. To enable connectivity 
for a wide range of applications and use cases, the nature of 5G 
wireless access will extend far beyond the earlier generations of 
communications. These capabilities include very high achievable data 
rates, very low latency and ultra-high reliability. 5G wireless networks 
will support 1,000-fold gains in capacity, connections for many billion
devices, and a 10 Gb/s individual user experience capable of extremely 
low latency and response times. Deployment of these networks is expected 
in 2020s. However until then and even after its implementation we need 
continuous research in this domain.

Realizing its potential the workshop is planned and will be co-located 
with FGCT 2015. The topics are listed but not limited to-

Cellular Architecture
Hyper-cellular Architecture
MIMO
Energy-efficient communications
Cognitive radio networks
5G networks and intelligent systems
Visible light communications
Radio Frequency (RF) spectra
World Wide Wireless Web (WWWW)
Dynamic Adhoc Wireless Networks (DAWN)
Real Wireless Communication
Green Communication
Distributed antennas, network coding, and advanced link/network 
adaptation techniques
Performance Metrics
Interface Technologies
Device-to-device communication, and
Backhaul/access integration

Important Dates

Submission of Papers:	June 01, 2016
Notification of Acceptance:	July 08, 2016
Camera Ready:	August 08, 2016
Registration:	August 08, 2016
Workshop Date:	August 18 2016

Submission Guidelines: Paper submissions should be formatted according
to the IEEE guidelines. For details see-
http://www.socio.org.uk/fgct/paper-submission/


Proceedings of the conference and workshops will be available on USB at 
the conference and will be submitted to IEEE Xplore and CSDL for
EI indexing.

Papers can be submitted via

http://www.socio.org.uk/fgct/paper-submission/

Workshop Chair
Ricardo Rodriguez, (Technological University of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico)
ricardo_rodriguez at utcj.edu.mx

Program Committee (pending)
Adriana Mexicano, (Technological Institute of Ciudad Victoria, Mexico)
Ezendu Ariwa (University of Bedfordshire, United Kindom)
Jiri Bila, (Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic)
Ke Liao (University of Kansas, USA)
Mohammed Elgendi (University of British Columbia, Canada)
Nghien N. B., (Hanoi University of Industry, Vietnam)
Pit Pichappan, (Digital Information Research Labs, India & UK)
Rafael Ponce-Medellin ,(Polytechnique University of San Luis Potosi, 
Mexico)
Rui Li (University of Albany, USA)
Salvador Cervantes (Autonomous University of the State of Morelos, 
Mexico)
Yao-Liang Chung (National Taipei University, Taiwan)
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