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World Congress on Wireless Technology, will be organized around the theme “Connecting People to Connecting Global”
Wireless Tech 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Wireless Tech 2019
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- Track 1-1automates repetitive learning and discovery through data,adds intelligence,adapts through progressive learning algorithms,achieves incredible accuracy,gets the most out of data
- Track 1-2Significant demonstrations in machine learning
- Track 1-3Cybernetics and brain simulation
- Track 2-1Product Development ,Predictive Maintenance ,Customer Experience,Fraud and Compliance,Drive Innovation,Machine Learning
Satellite Communication use has turned out to be across the board and pervasive all through the nation for such differing applications like Television, DTH Broadcasting, DSNG and VSAT to misuse the exceptional capacities as far as scope and effort. The innovation has developed considerably finished recent decades and is being utilized on business reason for an extensive number of uses. A large portion of us are touched by satellite correspondence in more routes than we understand. A correspondences satellite is a manufactured satellite that transfers and opens up radio broadcast communications signals by means of a transponder; it makes a correspondence station between a source transmitter and a recipient at various areas on Earth.
- Track 3-1 Communications satellite basics,Communications Satellite technology,Satellite phone systems,Iridium,Speedy deployment,Provides coverage over the globe
- Track 3-2Frequency Allocation for satellite systems
- Track 3-3Mode of Mechanism
- Track 4-1Wireless Network Elements
- Track 4-2Cell signal encoding
- Track 4-3Broadcast messages and paging
- Track 4-4Cellular handover in mobile phone networks
- Track 5-1Trends and characteristics
- Track 5-2Network architecture
- Track 5-3Long-range wireless
- Track 5-4Privacy and security concerns
- Track 6-1Mobile Station (MS)
- Track 6-2Subscriber Identity Module (SIM)
- Track 6-3Base Transceiver Station (BTS)
- Track 6-4Multiple Access Techniques
- Track 8-1Photophone
- Track 8-2Electricity based wireless
- Track 8-3Data communications
- Track 8-4Categories of implementations, devices and standards
- Track 9-1Technical understandings
- Track 9-2Beyond 4G research
The development of less invasive monitoring and treatment methods for common diseases has also improved patient mobility. Innovations have allowed at-home patient monitoring, minimizing patient trips to the hospital and saving valuable hospital space. The continuous monitoring of patient data at home improves compliance by operating independently of the patient’s efforts. For example, there are now implantable devices that monitor glucose levels without a patient having to puncture themselves with needles several times a day. The resulting data can be transmitted to a networked computer in the patient’s home, allowing a health care professional to monitor the patient data without the patient having to set foot in a hospital.
- Track 11-1Bluetooth devices
- Track 11-2Laser Treatments
- Track 11-3Cardiac Pacemakers
- Track 11-4Deep Brain Neurostimulator
- Track 11-5Cochlear Implants
Over the previous decade, remote systems have been vital to altering access to innovation. From the workplace to the home, a remote network for most registering gadgets is normal. Be that as it may, the interest of remote network stretches out past these common situations. Progressively, clients and makers in physical security, medicinal services, armada administration, retail, mechanical computerization, and different organizations try to enhance the estimation of their items and administrations by including untethered system network.
- Track 12-1Security Codes
- Track 12-2Online Tracking Systems
- Track 12-3GPS
- Track 12-4Finger print Technology
- Track 12-5Remote Sensors
Four generations of cellular communication systems have been adopted in the USA with each new mobile system generation emerging every 10 years or so since the 1980s: first generation analog FM cellular systems in 1981; second generation digital technology in 1992, 3G in 2001, and 4G LTE-A. Existing base station designs must service different bands with different cell sites, where each site has multiple base stations (one for each frequency or technology usage e.g. third generation (3G), fourth generation (4G), and Long Term Evolution-Advanced (LTE-A). To procure new spectrum, it can take a decade of legal formalities through the regulatory bodies such as International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC). When the spectrum is finally licensed, incumbent users must be moved off the spectrum, causing further delays and increasing costs (5G).
- Track 13-15G and next generation concepts
- Track 13-2Wireless communication
Remote correspondence is the exchange of data over a separation without the utilization of wires. Remote correspondence is, for the most part, viewed as a part of broadcast communications. Remote tasks allow administrations, for example, long-run interchanges that are unimaginable or unfeasible to actualize utilizing wires. Remote correspondence conveys major changes to information systems administration and broadcast communications and makes incorporated systems a reality. Remote systems center on systems administration and client perspectives. System engineering for individual correspondence frameworks, remote LANs, radio, strategic and different remote systems and outline and examination of conventions are tended to all the time. At present, the significant utilization of Wi-Fi usage in libraries is constrained to data administration. This paper explains the Wi-Fi in insight about the parts, capacities, and the territory of uses, issues, and difficulties.
- Track 14-1Software access
- Track 14-2Digital Archives
- Track 14-3Digital Preservation
- Track 14-4Mobile Library
Satellite internet is a form of high-speed internet service that utilizes telecommunications satellites in Earth orbit to provide Internet access to consumers. This type of internet service covers areas where DSL and cable access is unavailable, though it offers less network bandwidth compared to DSL or cable, however. In addition, the long delays required to transmit data between the satellite and the ground stations tend to create high network latency, causing a sluggish performance experience in some cases. Network applications like VPN and online gaming may not function properly over satellite Internet connections due to these latency issues.
- Track 15-1Satellite internet gateways
- Track 15-2Signal Latency
- Track 15-3Efficiency and Portability
- Track 15-4Two way mode of communication
- Track 15-5Satellite Phone
A transaction protocol is defined to provide the services necessary for interactive "browsing" (request/response) applications. During a browsing session, the client requests information from a server, which may be fixed or mobile, and the server responds with the information. The request/response duo is referred to as a "transaction" in this document. The objective of the protocol is to reliably deliver the transaction while balancing the amount of reliability required for the application with the cost of delivering the reliability. WTP runs on top a datagram service and optionally a security service. WTP has been defined as a lightweight transaction oriented protocol that is suitable for implementation in "thin" clients (mobile stations) and operates efficiently over wireless datagram networks. The benefits of using WTP include:
- Track 16-1Unreliable One-Way Request
- Track 16-2Reliable One-Way Request
- Track 16-3Reliable Two-Way request
The need for security on any network is apparent: the prevention of eavesdropping and the desire for authentication has been the main focus of many network administrators. However, the problems that already exist are added to when you add wireless networking to the equation. As wireless networking becomes more popular, the flawed security of most of those networks becomes more apparent. Several organizations have devised ways to secure their wireless networks from intruders. However, there is currently no wireless security implementation that everyone agrees is always suitable, regardless of what network it is to be used on. Some implementations are satisfactory for some environments, and there is work underway to create future solutions. Meanwhile, some wireless users make the situation more difficult as they advertise existing vulnerable networks.
- Track 17-1Authentication Problem
- Track 17-2Copyright issues
- Track 17-3IP address Conflict