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7th International Conference on Wireless and Satellite Communication (ICWSC 2020), will be organized around the theme “Future of Communication in Today’s World”
Wireless Conference 2020 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Wireless Conference 2020
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Communications technology refers to all the technology used to handle telecommunications, broadcast media, intelligent building management systems, audiovisual processing and transmission systems, and network-based control and monitoring functions.Communications technology has more recently been used to describe the convergence of several technologies and the use of common transmission lines carrying very diverse data and communication types and formats.
- Track 1-1 IoT(Internet Of Things)
- Track 1-2MIMO(Multiple Input, Multiple Output)
- Track 1-3WLAN(Wireless Local Area Network)
- Track 1-4WANET(Wireless ad-hoc Network)
- Track 1-5WiMax
- Track 1-6Wi-Fi
- Track 1-7ZigBee Technology
In this modern era, Wireless communication have become an integral part of each other to provide wireless communication to common man that helps people located in any part of the world communicate easily. Wireless communication technology transmits information over the air using electromagnetic waves like IR (Infrared), RF (Radio Frequency), satellite, etc. For example, GPS, Wi-Fi, satellite television, wireless computer parts, wireless phones that include 3G and 4G networks, and Bluetooth. This white paper summarizes the importance of Wireless and Telecommunication, their advantages and disadvantages.
- Track 2-1Optical Communications
- Track 2-2Multi-Hop and Cooperative Communications
- Track 2-3Radio Resource Management and Allocation
- Track 2-4Multimedia and VoIP – Services & Technologies
- Track 2-53G/4G Systems
- Track 2-6Signal Processing for Wireless Communications
- Track 2-7Multiple Access Techniques
- Track 2-8Cognitive Radio and Software Defined Radio
- Track 2-9Multimedia Communications
- Track 2-10OFDM, CDMA and Spread Spectrum
- Track 2-11Multicast
A communications satellite is an artificial satellite that relays and amplifies radio telecommunications signals via a transponder, it creates a communication channel between a source transmitter and a receiver at different locations on Earth. Communications satellites are used for television, telephone, radio, internet, and military applications. There are over 2,000 communications satellites in Earth’s orbit, used by both private and government organizations.
- Track 3-1Space Missions & Satellite
- Track 3-2Nanosatellites
- Track 3-3Wireless or Satellite-based remote e-Health
- Track 3-4Wireless or Satellite-based sensing and data mining
- Track 3-5Wireless or Satellite-based weather forecast
- Track 3-6Wireless or Satellite-based earthquake surveillance
- Track 3-7IT application in Space Communications
- Track 3-8Transport Protocol Performance over Satellite
- Track 3-9UWB Communications
Aerospace is the human effort in science, engineering, and business to fly in the atmosphere of Earth (aeronautics) and surrounding space (astronautics). Aerospace Engineering and Technology focusing on communications between earth communication stations and space-based communication satellites. The method involves designing Communication satellites, Space Missions, Space Applications, Space Propulsion, designing and building earth stations, Satellite Launcher Technology, repairing and installing satellite communication equipment.
- Track 4-1Exoplanet
- Track 4-2Space climate
- Track 4-3Space Communications and Navigation
- Track 4-4Future Space Mission
- Track 4-5Plasma and Space Physics
- Track 4-6Astronomy
- Track 4-7Astrophysics and Space Science
- Track 4-8Cosmology
- Track 4-9High Energy Nuclear Physics
Artificial Intelligence is a field of study of computer science based on the premise that intelligent thought can be regarded as a form of computation one that can be formalized and ultimately mechanized. AI algorithms can tackle learning, perception, problem-solving, language-understanding and/or logical reasoning. In the modern world, AI can be used in many ways even when it is to control robots. Sensors, actuators and non-AI programming are parts of a larger robotic system.
- Track 5-1Deep Learning
- Track 5-2Machine Learning
- Track 5-3Big Data
- Track 5-4Remote Sensing
- Track 5-5Medical Diagonisis
- Track 5-6Biometrics
- Track 5-7Face Recognition
For many of us, when we send a text or make a call from our cell phones, we're relying on 4G. Though for as much as we rely on it, very few of us know what it actually means. In reality, the "G" in these terms only stands for generation: generation of wireless mobile telecommunications technology. "5G moves us to a truly connected society with very high data rates, low latency, and massively interconnected devices". 5G is generally seen as the fifth generation cellular network technology that provides broadband access. The industry association 3GPP defines any system using "5G NR" (5G New Radio) software as "5G", a definition that came into general use by late 2018.
- Track 6-1Architecture of 5G
- Track 6-25G Application and Services
- Track 6-35G Security and Privacy
- Track 6-45G Design and Working
- Track 6-55G Devices
- Track 6-65G Challenges
- Track 6-75G for Digital Transformation
- Track 6-86G challenge and opportunity
Communication is the production and exchange of information and meaning by use of signs and symbols. It involves encoding and sending messages, receiving and decoding them, and synthesizing information and meaning. Communication permeates all levels of human experience and it is central to understanding human behavior and to nearly all public health efforts aimed at fostering health behavior change among individuals, populations, organizations, communities, and societies.
- Track 7-1Transmission Networks
- Track 7-2Signalling and Control
- Track 7-3Data (packet) Switching and Routing
- Track 7-4Mobile Switching systems and Network
- Track 7-5Coding theory and techniques
- Track 7-6Fading channels
- Track 7-7Multiplexing
- Track 7-8Adaptive modelling
- Track 7-9Embedded System
3D printing is an awesome merging of futuristic fields. From Mars dust buildings to mini satellites, these are our most promising 3D printing in space projects. In aerospace many applications, challenges, innovations related to 3D printing are tuning pace at a higher rate. Step by step, researchers are looking for different applications to this cutting-edge technology in space whereas additive manufacturing is challenging and requires new technologies and resistant materials. With the two different axis of applications arises variant benefits i.e. 3D printing inside of the station and 3D printing outside of the station. Inside it will play role significantly in their daily life in orbits during space exploration.
- Track 8-1Challenges of 3D printing
- Track 8-2Current experiments regarding off-Earth manufacturing
- Track 8-33D printing materials that we can use in Space
- Track 8-43D Printing In Zero-G Technology
- Track 8-53D Printing for Space and Defence Aerospace
- Track 8-6Bio-printing
- Track 8-7Building a lunar base with 3D printing
- Track 8-83D Printing v/s CNC machining
An Antenna is a specialized transducer that converts radio-frequency (RF) fields into alternating current (AC) or vice-versa. There are two basic types: the receiving antenna, which intercepts RF energy and delivers AC to electronic equipment, and the transmitting antenna, which is fed with AC from electronic equipment and generates an RF field.
- Track 9-1Antenna Theory
- Track 9-2EMS
- Track 9-3Radar Systems
- Track 9-4Frequency Selective Surfaces
- Track 9-5Antennas In MIMO
- Track 9-6Artificial Magnetic Conductors
- Track 9-7Microstrip Antennas
- Track 9-8Conformal Antennas
- Track 9-9Antenna Arrays
- Track 9-10Electromagnetic Numerical Techniques
Mobile Software and Services is the technology used in cellular communication. Mobile code-division multiple access (CDMA) technology has evolved rapidly over the past few years. Since the start of this millennium, a standard mobile device has gone from being no more than a simple two-way pager to being a mobile phone, GPS navigation device, IoT , an embedded web browser and instant messaging client, and a handheld gaming console. Many experts believe that the future of computer technology rests in mobile computing with wireless networking.
- Track 10-1Wireless Sensors And Networks
- Track 10-2Peer-to-Peer Computing and Networking
- Track 10-3Radio Resource Management
- Track 10-4Wireless Application Areas
- Track 10-5Multimedia and QoS over Wireless Networks
- Track 10-6Information Security Policy for Wireless Networks
- Track 10-7Location-Based Applications and Services
- Track 10-8Mobile Social Networks and Crowd sourcing
- Track 10-9Cloud Computing
- Track 10-10Wireless Charging
Green communications is the practice of selecting energy-efficient communications and networking technologies and products, and minimizing resource use whenever possible in all branches of communications. Green communication technologies primarily developed for addressing the environmental impact of traditional communication systems and networks. It reduces resource to use whenever possible in all categories of communications.
- Track 11-1Green Telecommunication
- Track 11-2Green Communication in 5G systems
- Track 11-3Green Transmission Technologies and Network Protocols
- Track 11-4Green Management of Communication Networks
- Track 11-5Green Optical Communications
- Track 11-6Green Communications in Cloud Computing
Mobile satellite communication refers to networks of communications satellites intended for use with mobile and portable wireless telephones. The channel characterization of a mobile satellite communication which is an important and fast growing arm of wireless communication plays an important role in the transmission of information through a propagation medium from the transmitter to the receiver with minimum barest error rate putting into consideration the channel impairments of different geographical locations like urban, suburban, rural and hilly.
- Track 12-1Satellite Communications: Mobile and Fixed Services
- Track 12-2Satellite Broadcast Systems Engineering
- Track 12-3IP Networking over Next-Generation Satellite Systems
- Track 12-4Transmission Control Protocol (TCP)
- Track 12-5Mobile Broadband Satellite Services