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International Conference and Business Expo on Wireless Communication & Network, will be organized around the theme ““Connecting People to Connecting Global.””

Wireless Communication-2015 is comprised of 12 tracks and 83 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Wireless Communication-2015.

Submit your abstract to any of the mentioned tracks. All related abstracts are accepted.

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Today, wired connections are slowly being replaced by different latest, emerging wireless technologies. Emergence of new wireless technologies has helped to bring out many new ideas and applications to the society. In this era, we all are expecting different solutions in the wireless field which helps to explode out many new types of wireless technology.
  • Track 1-1Emerging Antennas for Wireless Applications
  • Track 1-2Resource and security management
  • Track 1-3Satellite communication system
  • Track 1-4High speed broad band system
  • Track 1-5Wireless channel
  • Track 1-6Multicasting and Broadcasting
A wireless network uses radio waves to connect devices such as laptops to the Internet and to your business network and its applications. When you connect a laptop to a Wi-Fi hotspot at a cafe, hotel, airport lounge, or other public place, you're connecting to that business's wireless network.
  • Track 2-1Wireless access point
  • Track 2-2Wireless IP networks
  • Track 2-3Wireless Distribution System
  • Track 2-4Wireless LAN
  • Track 2-5Wireless network interface controller (WNIC)
  • Track 2-63G
  • Track 2-74G
  • Track 2-8Wireless community network
  • Track 2-9Wireless routers
  • Track 2-10Wireless packet network
Wireless Sensors can be used in locations that are difficult to access due to extreme conditions such as high temperature, pH, pressure, etc.
  • Track 3-1Wireless sensors For Communication, Radar, Positioning and Imaging Applications
  • Track 3-2Wireless sensor for localisation,tracking,RFID technology
  • Track 3-3LTE, 3GPP, Heterogeneous Networks
  • Track 3-4Measurement Nodes
  • Track 3-5Gateways
  • Track 3-6Vehicle Tracking
Wireless telecommunications is any means of electronic data transfer using electromagnetic means, most commonly radio waves. The data transferred is often in the form of digital information, which includes voice transmission.
  • Track 4-1Radio communication
  • Track 4-2Cellular data service
  • Track 4-3Wi-Fi
  • Track 4-4Mobile Communications
  • Track 4-5Satellite Communications
  • Track 4-6Digital communication
  • Track 4-7Telecommunications
  • Track 4-8Optical communication
  • Track 4-9Microwave communication
  • Track 4-10Multimedia communication
There are a variety of wireless communication systems for transmitting voice, video, and data in local or wide areas. There are point-to-point wireless bridges, wireless local area networks, multi directional wireless cellular systems, and satellite communication systems.
  • Track 5-1Telemetry control and traffic control systems
  • Track 5-2Infrared and ultrasonic remote control devices
  • Track 5-3Satellite television
  • Track 5-4Global Positioning System
  • Track 5-5Cellular telephones
  • Track 5-6Wireless traffic encryption
  • Track 5-7Emerging wireless services and applications
  • Track 5-8Wireless telemedicine and e-health services
Wireless is a term used to describe telecommunications in which electromagnetic waves (rather than some form of wire) carry the signal over part or the entire communication path. Some monitoring devices, such as intrusion alarms, employ acoustic waves at frequencies above the range of human hearing; these are also sometimes classified as wireless.
  • Track 6-1Cloud Governance and Security Services
  • Track 6-2Emerging Cloud Computing Technology
  • Track 6-3Cloud Automation and Optimization
  • Track 6-4Mobile Cloud Computing & Mobile Cloud Computing
  • Track 6-5Wireless Internet and Multimedia
  • Track 6-6Wireless telegraphy
  • Track 6-7Wireless Radio Frequency technology
  • Track 6-8Wireless cards
Various wireless security protocols were developed to protect home wireless networks. These wireless security protocols include WEP, WPA, and WPA2, each with their own strengths and weaknesses.
  • Track 7-1 Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP)
  • Track 7-2 Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA)
  • Track 7-3 Wireless Intrusion Prevention Systems (WIPS)
  • Track 7-4Wireless Intrusion Detection Systems (WIDS)
  • Track 7-5 Wireless protocols
  • Track 7-6Wireless encryption
  • Track 7-7Wireless LAN security
  • Track 7-8Wireless security camera
A wireless device can refer to any kind of communications equipment that does not require a physical wire for relaying information to another device.
  • Track 8-1Wireless detection device
  • Track 8-2Wireless remote control
  • Track 8-3Wireless USB
  • Track 8-4Bluetooth
  • Track 8-5Wireless cable
  • Track 8-6Wireless microphone
  • Track 8-7Wireless charging
  • Track 8-8Wireless mouse
  • Track 8-9Wireless keyboard
Wireless Personal Area Networks (WPANs) are an emerging technology for future short-range indoor and outdoor multimedia and data centric applications.
  • Track 9-1WiMAX/WiBro Services and QoS Management
  • Track 9-2Wireless Modeling
  • Track 9-3Cooperative object architectures
  • Track 9-4Reconfigurable Architectures
  • Track 9-5Network distributed and Cellular
  • Track 9-6Signal processing
The explosive growth and widespread application of high rate multimedia wireless communications have drastically increased the power consumption of wireless networks.
  • Track 10-1Energy efficient communications
  • Track 10-2Minimizing energy consumption
  • Track 10-3Wireless Modeling, Algorithms & Simulation
  • Track 10-4Wireless M2M and Home Networks
Wireless networking continues to be a growth area, fuelled by device proliferation and a desire to be connected anytime, anywhere using any device.
  • Track 11-1Wireless management software
  • Track 11-2Wireless management product
  • Track 11-3Wireless management system
  • Track 11-4Wireless Telecommunications Management
Wireless energy transfer is a method of getting useful electricity from one place to another without the need for electrical conducting media.
  • Track 12-1Electromagnetic radiation
  • Track 12-2Microwaves
  • Track 12-3Electrodynamic induction
  • Track 12-4Electric energy transfer