IEEE Radio & Wireless Symposium

19 - 22 January 2025
San Juan, Puerto Rico

The 2025 IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium (RWS2025) will be held in San Juan, Puerto Rico during the week of 19 January 2025.

RWS2025 and the 25th IEEE Topical Meeting on Silicon Monolithic Integrated Circuits (SiRF2025) are co-located and will continue to hold joint sessions. Topical conferences held in parallel provide more focused sessions in the areas of RF Power Amplifiers (PAWR), Wireless Sensors and Sensor Networks (WiSNet), and The IEEE Space Hardware and Radio Conference (SHaRC). The RWS Demonstration Track 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.

The call for papers (RWS2025) can be download here.

RWS 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
    • Wireless Power Transfer
    • Quantum Technologies with Microwaves
  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. Wireless Digital Signal Processing and Artificial Intelligence
    • 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
    • Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning in Radio and Wireless
    • Spectrum Sensing Technologies
  5. Applications to Bio-Medical, Environmental, and Internet of Things
    • Miniaturization and Integration of Wireless Technologies
    • Biological Material Characterization
    • 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 and SDR 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

RWS2025 Chair
Holger Maune,, Magdeburg University

RWS2025 Co-Chair
Václav Valenta, European Space Agency