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Message from the President: See You in Chicago!

7 August, 2018 | Breaking News, Events & Conferences, Uncategorized

Article by Alexander M. Wyglinski, President From 27–30 August 2018, the 2018 IEEE 88th Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC2018-Fall), IEEE Vehicle Power and Propulsion Conference (VPPC 2018), and IEEE Connected and Automated Vehicles Symposium (CAVS 2018) will all take place at the Hilton Chicago Hotel. With the convergence of these three events, a substantial breadth ofRead More


11 July, 2018 | Uncategorized

The IEEE Vehicular Technology Society has two graduate student fellowships. We are currently soliciting nominations for the awards. If you believe you are a good fit for one of the awards, please consider applying. The Daniel E. Noble Fellowship Award is to promote graduate-level study in Vehicular Technology, and it is funded partially by anRead More

Message from the President: Calling All Young Professionals!

10 July, 2018 | Uncategorized

Article by Alexander M. Wyglinski, President The objective of IEEE Vehicular Technology Society (VTS) is to support the professional development and growth of all of our members around the world. Through a wide spectrum of services and activities, VTS is committed to providing all of you with opportunities to gain new knowledge, network with otherRead More

New Initiatives in IEEE 802.11 for V2X, Broadcast Services, and Full Duplex

15 May, 2018 | Uncategorized

By Edward Au IEEE 802.11p provides a mature PHY for DSRC applications. However, the IEEE 802.11 PHY and MAC have evolved significantly since completion of the IEEE 802.11p amendment, with the standardization and widespread deployment of additional technologies being developed, e.g., in the IEEE 802.11n amendment, the IEEE 802.11ac amendment, and the draft IEEE 802.11ax amendment.Read More

Mobile Radio – 5G Readiness and Business Opportunities

17 April, 2018 | Mobile Communications, Publications, Uncategorized

By Matthias Pätzold Ericsson has released its “5G Readiness Survey 2017”. The report shows that many operators have accelerated preparations for the new technology and that trials are being carried out by 78% of the respondents. Furthermore, 28% expect to deploy fifth generation (5G) in 2018. The survey also shows that operators have further developedRead More