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Latest News: 15 July 2019

The 2020 IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium (RWS2020) will be held during the week of 26 January 2020 in San Antonio, TX, USA. In addition to multi-tracks covering the latest developments in radio and wireless technology, the RWS Demonstration Track also provides an interactive forum for hands-on demonstration of latest wireless experiments and innovations. There are also focus sessions on 5G and MM-Wave to THz Technologies and Applications.

RWS2020 Papers featuring innovative work are solicited in (but not limited to) the following areas:

  1. High-speed and Broadband Wireless Technologies
    • 3G/4G/5G Wireless Communication Services
    • Broadband Fixed Wireless and Last-Mile Access
    • Optical Networks Systems and Microwave Photonics
    • Ultra-High Data Rate Communications Links - Powerline Communication Technologies
    • Ultra-Wideband (UWB) Systems
  2. Emerging Wireless Technologies and Applications
    • Femtocell and Heterogeneous Networks
    • Green, Sustainable Wireless Tech. & Networks
    • M2M & V2V Technologies & Applications
    • Resource Management, Security
    • Wireless Security and RFID Technologies
  3. Wireless System Architecture and Propagation Channel Modeling
    • Ad Hoc Network Techniques for Internetworking
    • Distributed Network Architectures and Systems
    • Frequency and Channel Allocation Algorithms
    • Propagation Considerations and Fading Countermeasures
    • Wireless Channel Characterization & Modeling
    • Wireless Mesh and Local/Personal/Body Area Networks
  4. Digital Signal Processing, SDR, & Cognitive Radio
    • Digital/Analog Adaptive/Collaborative Signal Processing
    • Dynamic Spectrum Sharing, Coexistence, Interoperability
    • Interference Mitigation and Cancellation Techniques
    • MAC, Networking protocols, Policies, Standardization
    • Methods for Signal Integrity and Signal Conditioning
    • Software/Hardware architectures, Algorithms
    • Spectrum Sensing Technologies
  5. Applications to Bio-Medical, Environmental, and Internet of Things
    • Miniaturization and Integration of Wireless Technologies
    • Personal Area Networks and Body area Sensor Networks
    • Wireless Positioning Technologies & Remote Sensing
  6. MIMO and Multi-Antenna Communications
    • Cooperative/Collaborative Technology
    • MIMO, MU-MIMO, Space-Time Processing - Relaying Technologies
    • Multi-Beam Smart Antennas
  7. Antenna Technologies
    • Miniaturized, Multi-frequency and Broadband Antennas
    • Passive and Active Antennas from RF to THz Frequencies
    • Wireless Platform Integrated Antennas
  8. Transceiver & Front-end Technologies
    • Digital Transmitters for Sub-6 GHz Wireless
    • Low-Power Cost-Effective IoT Solutions
    • Multi-Mode Multi-Band Radios
    • RF Imperfection Compensation Techniques
    • Satellite Communication Systems
  9. Passive Components & Packaging
    • 3D-Packaging, Interconnects, and Applications
    • Discrete and Highly Integrated Packaging
    • Discrete, Embedded and Distributed Passive Components, Filters, Couplers and Signal Separation Devices
    • Packaging of MEMS, Biosensors and Organic ICs.
  10. MM-Wave to THz Technology & Applications
    • Active and Passive Devices Demonstration
    • Architectures for Next-Generation Large-Scale Systems
    • High-Capacity Sensing and Imaging Arrays
    • Phased Arrays for 5G Communication
  11. 3D & Novel Engineered Materials
    • Additive 3D manufacturing for wireless applications
    • Novel Engineered Materials for Antenna, Packaging, Passive Devices and Flexible Electronic Integration

 

Call for papers (RWS2020) can be found here.

 

RWS2020 General Chair
Robert Caverly, Villanova University

RWS2020 General Co-Chair
Nuno Borges Carvalho, Universidade de Aveiro