The need for a new wireless communication systems to cope with the demand of new services demanding higher performance, larger throughput, wider bandwidth and lower bit-error-rates, requires to focus developement of new communication techniques in microwave and mm-wave bands. Scientific conference MTTW'20 is focused on the new theories aund techniques extending limits of currently used wireless communication systems and microwave technologies. The conference seeks submissions from academia, industry, and government institutions presenting novel research on wireless communication systems and microwave technologies. Conference calls for papers describing practical implementation activities, results and issues. Papers describing novel paradigms, original directions, or non-traditional perspectives are also encouraged. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following topics:
International workshop is essential part of IEEE Latvia section activities devoted to annual celebration of IEEE day in the beginning of October.
Due to precautionary measures to limit the spread of COVID19 disease, the means for remote participation in the conference will be provided along with usual in situ conference sessions. However, each case of the remote presentation will be evaluated individually. During the registration in EDAS, the authors are asked to confirm that they plan to attend the conference. Papers with in-person presentation will be accepted with higher priority rather than ones presented remotely. Remote presentation of the papers which were marked in-person will not be allowed and those papers will not be published.
|Paper submission due:||
|Notification to authors:||September 9, 2020|
|Camera ready due:||September 23, 2020|
|Role||Name of the organization||Country||Acronym|
|Financial sponsor||IEEE Latvia Section Communications, Microwave Theory and Techniques, and Antennas and Propagation Joint Societies Chapter||Latvia||IEEE|
|Supporter||Riga Technical University||Latvia||RTU|
|Supporter||IEEE Latvia section||Latvia||IEEE|
|Supporter||Vilnius Gediminas Technical University||Lithuania||VGTU|
|Supporter||University of Applied Sciences Lübeck||Germany||FHL|
|Supporter||Tallinn University of Technology||Estonia||TUT|
|Supporter||Hochschule Wismar, University of Applied Sciences, Technology, Business and Design||Germany||HW|
|Supporter||Ventspils International Radio Astronomy Centre||Latvia||VIRAC|
Paula Valdena 5, Riga, Latvia
Azenes 12, Riga, Latvia
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