IEEE Communications Society

The IEEE Communications Society is a professional society of the IEEE. It is also known by the abbreviation ComSoc. The Society focuses on two principal areas: the science of, and education about, communications engineering with the goal of advancing the state of the field; and professional development so that the status of its members is raised along with the standards to which the profession is held.

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Stewart D. Personick - Biography
... time-domain reflectometry, and the end-to-end modeling of optical communication systems ... and 6.3 -funded research on US DoD applications of optical communication technologies ... Bell Communications Research* 1983 – July 1998 Managed R D organizations responsible for the creation of the current generation of advanced telecommunications technologies ...
Vijay Bhargava
... Bhargava was the founder and President of Binary Communications Inc ... He is a co-author/co-editor of several books including Green Radio Communication Networks (2012), Digital Communications by Satellite Modulation, Multiple Access, and ... Bhargava is Fellow of the IEEE and is very active in the same ...
IEEE Communications Society - Notable Leaders
... Notable leaders of the IEEE Communication Society include Misha Schwartz, Robert Lucky and Paul Green ...
Sergio Verdú - Awards and Honors
... IEEE Fellow (1993) Frederick Emmons Terman Award from the American Society for Engineering Education (2000) IEEE Third Millennium Medal (2000 ... Shannon Award from the IEEE Information Theory Society (2007) IEEE Richard W ... Hamming Medal (2008) His papers have received several awards 1992 IEEE Donald G ...

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