Important Dates

Paper Summary Due:
31 July 2019

Accept/Reject Notice:
16 September 2019

Late News Paper Summary Due:
22 September 2019

Accept/Reject Notice for Late News Papers:
10 October 2019

Final Manuscript Due:
3 November 2019

Hotel Reservation Closes: 
1 January 2020

Advance Registration Closes: 
TBD

Radio & Wireless Week 2020: 
26 - 29 January 2020

About Radio & Wireless Week

RWW consists of five related conferences that focus on the intersection between wireless communication theory, systems, circuits, and device technologies. This creates a unique forum for engineers to discuss various technologies for state-of-art wireless systems and their end-use applications. ARFTG continues joining RWW2020 as a co-located conference.

RWW2020 will be held at Grand Hyatt San Antonio in San Antonio, Texas, 26 – 29 January 2020. The venue is located in the second-most populous city in both Texas and the Southern USA, enjoys easy access to numerous attractions, celebrated restaurants, award-winning local craft breweries, specialty shops, pro sports, cultural museums, top entertainment and unlimited outdoor recreation, San Antonio is a great location for an event like RWW. A listing of things to do in the Riverwalk area can be found at the Visit San Antonio website.

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News & Announcements

Last Updated: 25 September 2019

Exhibitor Sponsors

Platinum Sponsor

VDI

 

Sponsor

Qorvo

 

Call for Papers

Authors are invited to submit papers for presentation at RWW2020. All papers accepted will be published in a digest and the conference proceedings will be submitted to the IEEE Xplore® digital library.

  • RWS: From RF/microwave physical layer, devices, algorithms, and implementation to applications
  • PAWR: Topics in RF/microwave power amplifiers
  • WiSNet: Topics in wireless sensors and sensor networks, RFID, localization, and Six-Port technology
  • SiRF: Topics in silicon technologies for microwave and millimeter-wave applications
  • SHaRC: Topics in RF equipment and technology for space- and suborbital systems