Call for Papers
The AMTA 2022 Host Committee and AMTA Board of Directors are working toward an in-person Symposium. AMTA’s policy states that authors shall attend the Symposium and present their paper in order for it to appear in the AMTA Proceedings and IEEE Xplore. Should there be ongoing government travel or gathering restrictions that prevent authors joining in person, AMTA will facilitate limited virtual or remote presentations. AMTA will continuously monitor guidelines in order to ensure the safety of our community and will provide updates as needed. Please refer to Frequently Asked Questions.
If you feel you will be restricted from attending please submit your abstract normally and send the details of your restriction to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Authors addressing advancement and innovation are invited to submit a 250-350 word abstract for review and possible presentation at the Symposium.
Authors of all papers that are accepted, registered, and presented at AMTA 2022 will appear in the AMTA 2022 proceedings as well as have the option to submit their paper to IEEE Xplore.
Download pdf copy of Call for Papers.
250-350 word Abstract: May 1, 2022
E-mail notification of acceptance: June 13, 2022
Manuscript submission deadline: July 25, 2022
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.
- 5G wireless technology
- Antennas and radar in automotive applications
- IoT and M2M applications
- Massive MIMO advances
- Medical advances
- Hardware in the Loop
- mmWave, terahertz and quasi-optical antenna measurement
- 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 antennas and measurement
- RF material design, measurement, and instrumentation
- Ultra-wideband or frequency independent antenna measurement
- Applied computational electromagnetics
- Numerical methods related to EM measurements
- Multi-link MIMO and cooperative channels
- In-situ testing and channel sounding
- Other antenna measurement topics
If you have any questions, please contact:
The AMTA Technical Coordinator: Cosme Culotta-López