Instructor profile Irving Kalet

Professor Irving Kalet

Dr.Eng.Sc, Columbia University, New York, USA and B.E.E., City College of New York, USA

Dr.Eng.Sc, Ariel University, Israel, and Columbia University, New York, USA.

Professor Kalet has been teaching and working in the area of digital communications in both Israel and the United States for more than forty-five years.

He lives in Israel, where he teaches at the Ariel University.  He has also been teaching, as an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering in Columbia University in New York, since 2004. He has worked on modulation techniques, in the area of mobile wireless communications and digital transmission over the twisted-pair cable (HDSL, ADSL, and the 56 Kbps modem) at Bell Laboratories and in the area of satellite communications at MIT Lincoln Laboratories.

Professor Kalet has published many papers, in the area of digital communications, and is the author of the chapter on Multitone Modulation in Sublet and Wavelet Transforms - Design and Applications, Kluwer Academic Publishers-1995. He is presently working in the areas of digital modulation techniques, constant envelope techniques and multiple access techniques for wireline and wireless communication systems.

Professor Kalet has been a member of the Continuing Education Institute-Europe Faculty since 1988.

Course #058 Modern Digital Modulation Techniques for Wireless, Satellite, and Wireline Communications - 5G and 6G and Beyond