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Information for Authors

The EuCAP 2007 Abstract submission system is now active. The organising committee invite contributions in any of the proposed topic areas. Prospective authors should submit an abstract of 600 words including diagrams, using the online submission process, abstracts must be submitted by Monday, 16 April 2007 if they are to be considered for the conference. All submitted Abstracts will be subject to a peer-review process.

Use of the EuCAP 2007 template is mandatory, and only Abstracts following the instructions provided will be considered. Authors must also complete and return the copyright form to be peer reviewed by the Technical Programme Committee.

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Full instructions on how to prepare and submit an abstract for EuCAP 2007, including the abstract template, can be found here


Potential authors should note the following deadline dates:

Abstract Submission Monday, 16 April 2007
Notification of Acceptance Tuesday, 29 May 2007
Submission of Final Papers Monday, 23 July 2007

Technical Scope

The EuCAP 2007 organising committee welcomes contributions in the general area of Antennas & Propagation. These can range from research concepts and ideas to technical issues and industrial applications. Contributions are encouraged from, but not limited to, the following themes:

Antennas and Related Topics

Propagation and Related Topics

Antennas and Related Topics

A1 Active and integrated antennas (MEMS…)
A2 Analytic and numerical techniques in Electromagnetics
A3 Antenna beamforming (digital, optical, RF…)
A4 Antennas for mobile communications (WLAN, WIFI)
A5 Antennas for space communications and navigation
A6 Antennas for space passive and active instruments
A7 Antenna interactions and coupling, RFC, EMC
A8 Antenna measurements and instrumentation
A9 High power antenna design and measurements
A10 Industrial and medical applications/ biological interactions
A11 Millimeter and sub-millimeter wave antennas
A12 Multiband, wideband, UWB antennas
A13 New materials, metamaterials, EBG structures
A14 Onboard antennas (aircraft, UAV, UCAV, ships…)
A15 Planar and conformal arrays
A16 Printed elements and associated circuits
A17 Reconfigurable antennas, multibeam antennas
A18 Radar and GPR antennas, remote sensing antennas
A19 Radar cross section
A20 Reflector antennas and feed systems
A21 Reflect-arrays and lenses
A22 Scattering, inverse scattering, detection, microwave imaging
A23 Small antennas, RFID tags and sensors
A24 Smart and signal processing antennas (MIMO…)
A25 Synthesis and optimisation techniques
A26 Technologies for satellite antennas
A27 Terahertz antennas
A28 Other antenna topics
A29 Theory and applications of the measurement of antennas and
radar scattering
A30 Radome Testing and Qualification
A31 Advances in RCS ranges
A32 Measurement imaging, algorithms and processing techniques
A33 Advances in indoor and outdoor test ranges
A34 Advances in near-field, far-field, and compact range antenna
A35 Measurements Diagnostics methods for antenna acceptance testing
A36 Phased-array antenna testing
A37 Adaptive antenna/smart antenna application/measurement
A38 Satellite antenna measurements
A39 Ultrawideband or frequency independent antenna measurements
A40 mm-Wave/Quasi-Optical antenna measurement
A41 Cellular and automotive application/measurement
A42 CTIA Compliant Systems and Range Design Techniques

Propagation and Related Topics

P1 Asymptotic and full wave methods
P2 Hybrid methods
P3 Interference (UWB - Radar - Communications)
P4 Mobile radio propagation and channel modelling
P5 Over and under water propagation
P6 Penetration and shielding
P7 Propagation and channel measurements
P8 Propagation and coupling indoors and in confined spaces
P9 Propagation and scattering in vegetation
P10 Propagation aspects for THz systems
P11 Propagation for fixed satellite services
P12 Propagation for maritime and aeronautical applications
P13 Propagation for mobile satellite services and navigation
P14 Propagation models for automatic network planning (WMTS, WiMAX, DVB-H…)
P15 Propagation models for millimetre and sub millimetre waves
P16 Radio climatology
P17 Ray-optical propagation modelling
P18 Rough surface and random media scattering
P19 Rural and urban propagation
P20 Short-wave propagation
P21 Stochastic and deterministic channel modelling
P22 Transient fields and effects
P23 Trans-ionospheric propagation
P24 UWB channel modelling
P25 Other propagation topics

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