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Call for Papers

The 2012 IEEE International Conference on Wireless Information Technology and Systems, sponsored by the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society, IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society, and IEEE Communications Society, will be held November 11 - 16, 2012 at the Grand Wailea Resort Hotel, Wailea, Maui, HI, USA. We are proud to host this international forum to encourage the exchange of information on cutting-edge research in antennas, propagation, wireless communications, and electromagnetic engineering. The comprehensive program includes technical sessions, workshops, short courses, and social events.

Paper Submission
Authors of original work in the technical areas of interest are encouraged to submit (4) page summary of their work through the electronic submission system available at http://hcac.hawaii.edu/conferences/icwits2012/. Authors should select a technical area of interest for each uploaded paper. Deadline for submission is September 1st, 2012.

For electronic paper submission, click here; or follow the instruction here

Submission Deadline: September 1, 2012

Topics of Interest

  1. Active Antennas
  2. Channel modeling
  3. DOA estimation
  4. Fading countermeasures
  5. Indoor and urban propagation
  6. Multi-antenna systems
  7. Millimeter wave & terahertz technologies
  8. Mobile and PCS antennas
  9. Phased arrays
  10. Smart antennas and arrays
  11. UWB systems
  12. Wideband and multi-frequency antennas
  13. Propagation Issues in Artic Region
  14. Space and mobile platform-based radar
  15. Advanced RF & microwave circuits
  16. Integrated circuits and antennas
  17. MEMS and applications
  18. MMICS and RFICS
  19. Power amplifiers for mobile devices
  20. High power and efficient RF transmitters
  21. Low Noise and Linear Amplifiers
  22. RFID technologies
  23. Filters and Passive Components
  24. Modeling, Simulation, and CAD
  25. Signal Generation, Synthesis, and Conversion
  26. HF Radar Technology & DHS Applications
  27. Education
  28. Biological Effects & Medical Applications
  29. Adhoc networks
  30. 3G/4G wireless applications
  31. Emergency location
  32. Heterogeneous wireless network
  33. Software defined/cognitive radio
  34. Wireless mesh networks
  35. Personal and Body area networking
  36. Cooperative and Relaying technology
  37. Wireless sensor networks
  38. Wireless Security
  39. Communication Issues in Artic Region
  40. Others



Instructions for Authors
Summary submissions must be limited to four (4) pages, including text, references, and figures. The introduction should indicate how the submission relates to previous work and the unique aspects of the current submission. Footnotes should not be used except for credits to sponsors. An IEEE copyright form must be mailed or faxed or generated online as part of the submission process. Submissions without copyright forms will be rejected. Presentation equipment needed should be specified if different from Microsoft PowerPoint, PDF viewer, and computer projectors.

Electronic Submission
All papers must be submitted online as PDF documents. Authors having difficulty generating an appropriate PDF representation of their paper should contact the Technical Program Chairs.

Format for Submissions
The language of the symposium is English. The paper must be limited to four pages including text, references, and figures. Only single column formats will be accepted. The introduction should indicate clearly how the submission relates to previous work and the unique aspects of the current submission. Footnotes should not be used except for credits to sponsoring agencies. The text should be formatted single-spaced and sized for 21.5x28 cm (8.5x11 inch) paper. The title should be centered 1 inch from the top of the first page.  The author’s (or authors’) name and complete organizational affiliation should be two lines below the title.  If there are multiple authors, the presenter is to be identified with an asterisk. The text should start three lines below the last name. All margins (left, right, top, and bottom) should be 2.5 cm (1 inch) of all pages.    Use a single column; double space between paragraphs (no indentation). Electronic submissions must meet IEEE Xplore specifications, including embedding of all fonts in the PDF file. See the conference Web site for templates and more information on creating acceptable electronic files.

 

Template

We have included a Word template for your convenience here

 
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