IEEE International Conference Third Generation Wireless and Beyond (3Gwireless'01)
Venue: Slicon Calley
|Event Date/Time: Jun 06, 2001||End Date/Time: Jun 08, 2001|
Third Generation Wireless and Beyond (including 3Gwireless and 4Gmobile) have gained an increased interest during the last few years. This has been fuelled by a large demand on high frequency utilization as well as a large number of users requiring simultaneous multi-dimensional high data rate access for the applications of wireless mobile internet and e-commerce. The 3Gwireless will use a new network architecture (e.g. All-IP NET) to deliver broadband services in a more generic configuration to mobile customers and supports multi-dimensional services and emerging interactive multimedia communications. Large bandwidth, guaranteed quality of service and ease of deployment coupled with recent great advancements in semiconductor technologies for wireless applications make 3Gwireless a very attractive solution for broadband service delivery.
To reflect the technical and professional excellence of this 3Gwireless'01, selected papers from the Conference proceedings will be converted to IEEE or ACM Journals / Magazines as Special Issues on Next Generation Wireless Communications. Other contributions will be recommended to ITU-R, ETSI, IEEE, etc as inputs of the technical white papers.
The Conference will be just ahead of IEEE ICC'01 so that Conference attendees can join these two events continuously.
The site of this Conference in San Francisco / Silicon Valley will provide an excellent location for participants to become involved with the rapid advancement of information technology and wireless telecommunications. Broadband wireless, Wireless Mobile Internet, Software radio and Reconfigurable Digital RF are all emerging as a result of the tremendous development of the wireless semiconductor industries.
In addition to state of the art technology this Bay Area offers wonderful opportunities for participants and their guests. The eclectic mix of population, the excellent climate and the natural scenic beauty from the Napa Valley in the north to the Monterey Peninsula in the south are all tourist attractions of note. The Conference will offer a social program, or you may prefer to enjoy the many Bay Area tourist opportunities in an informal way. We hope that you will be able to combine work and leisure during your visit here to make this Conference a truly memorable experience