eWINE at the GeoIT Wherecamp Conference

Ivan Azcarate (student research assistant at TUB) will, on behalf of Filip Lemic (research assistant at TUB), give a talk at the GeoIT Wherecamp Conference on Nov 30, 2017. The talk will discuss the design, implementation, and evaluation of a middleware architecture for standardized and seamless provisioning of location information to the consuming applications based on their requirements and

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eWINE demos at the IEEE 5G summit

The following eWINE related demos during 5G Summit in Dresden (19th September): Resource efficient beam alignment for mmWave Video streaming with GFDM FPGA implementation Multi-RAT multiplexer between mmWave and GFDM Within the video, you see the mmWave access point (AP) standing at one side next to the “Vodafone Chair” poster. The mmWave user device (UD)

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eWINE presented at CROWNCOM

Adnan Shahid (IMEC) presented eWINE in H2020 FIRE + Workshop on radio experimentation chaired by Jorge Pereira (European Commission) at Crowncom17 in Lisbon, Portugal. He pointed out that the components in the form of software components, datasets, algorithms, protocol, etc that were generated within eWINE are publicly accessible at (link here). These components will help

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eWINE in the Signal Processing Symposium

Last September the 12th 2017, IS-Wireless’ representatives gave a tutorial at Signal Processing Symposium in Serock, Poland (12-14 September). The tutorial was focused on ISW’s 5G Toolset, partially developed within eWINE. The title of tutorial was “5G Toolset – The Easiest Way to Explain Signal Processing in Communication”. The website of the event:

eWINE will be in CROWNCOM

eWINE will be in CROWNCOM, 20-21 September 2017, Lisbon Portugal eWINE: Elastic Wireless Networking Experimentation will be presented by Eli Depoorter at the H2020 FIRE+ Workshop on Radio Access Experimentation on 21st September 2017 at 2pm eWINE and WiSHFUL Tutorial will take place on 20th Sept at 4:30pm “Increasing spectrum efficiency” run by Dr Ingrid

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The 5th WiSHFUL Open Call

The fifth and last Open Call for Experiments targets advanced solutions for controlling wireless networks using the WiSHFUL software platform and unified programming interfaces (UPIs), and using the facilities and hardware supported by the WiSHFUL Consortium. WiSHFUL has extended several wireless radio platforms with control plane functionality and as such offers an experimentation environment for early implementation and validation of novel end-to-end wireless solutions (IoT, 5G, LTE-WiFi

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