Call for Papers
Authors addressing advancement and innovation in topics of interest to AMTA are invited to submit a 250-350 word abstract for review as a possible candidate for presentation at the Symposium.
- Theory and applications of the measurement of antennas and radar scattering
- Advances in indoor and outdoor test ranges
- Measurement standards and laboratory comparisons
- Advances in near-field, far-field, compact and RCS range measurement techniques
- New instrumentation for testing
- Data acquisition and processing methods
- Measurement imaging, algorithms and processing techniques
- Diagnostic methods for antenna acceptance testing
- Phased array, adaptive/smart antenna applications and measurements
- EMI/EMC/PIM chamber design, measurement and instrumentation
- GNSS, PCS, cellular, satellite, and automotive antennas and measurement
- RF material design, measurement and instrumentation
- Ultra-wideband or frequency independent antenna measurement
- MM-Wave, terahertz, and quasi-optical antenna measurement
- Applied computational electromagnetics
- Numerical methods related to EM measurements
- RFID characterization
- Radome characterization
- Wearable antenna designs with measurements
- Multi-link MIMO and cooperative channels
- In-situ testing and channel sounding
- Other antenna measurement topics
SUBMIT AN ABSTRACT
Electronic submission of abstracts is required. Abstract submission will begin in the March 2018 timeframe. Look out for the details on this page!!
250-350 word email abstract: May 2, 2018
E-mail notification of acceptance: May 31, 2018
MS Word or searchable PDF manuscripts: July 25, 2018
We understand that some authors may be required to submit their abstracts, papers, and presentations for public release approval. Please start this process early so that you can meet the above deadlines.
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AMTA 2018 will award at least three (3) Best Student Paper Awards. Each student award recipient will receive a $500 (USD) cash award, a complimentary registration at AMTA 2019, and a one (1) year AMTA membership, active through December 31, 2019.
Award recipients are required to present their papers at the AMTA 2018 Symposium. Student paper guidelines will be sent upon acceptance of the abstract. Authors are asked to mark their abstract as “Student Paper” when submitting.