ERRT 2010 : SDR Forum 2010 European Reconfigurable Radio Technologies Workshop and Product Exposition
Call For Papers
Based on an overwhelming desire from participants in last year’s event, this second annual workshop will expand to include two tracks – one focused on SDR technologies and the other focused on Cognitive Radio and Dynamic Spectrum Access technologies. The SDR Forum invites you to submit a presentation proposal for either of these tracks on topic areas that include:
* Software Defined Radio Technologies, including:
o RF Technology and Devices
o Baseband Signal Processing Technology and Devices
o Frameworks and Middleware
o Software Design
o Software Communications Architecture (SCA)
o Firmware and other IP
o Advanced Signal processing
* Multimode Terminal and Infrastructure Design
* Standards for Reconfigurable Radio and Supporting Components
* Certification, Validation, Testing and Tools
* Regulatory Considerations and Spectrum Policy
* Cognitive Radio Technologies, including:
o Cognitive engines
o Policy Ontology and Language
o Sensing and Awareness
o Spectrum Etiquettes
o Spectrum and Resource Management
o White Space
* SDR and CR Market Applications and Business Models
o Commercial Wireless
o Public Safety
o Satellite Communications
o Emerging Markets
o Education in SDR and CR
Presentations will be 30 minutes in duration, including questions. Although this is a presentation only workshop, papers supporting the presentation are strongly encouraged. A workshop CD acting as the conference proceedings will be supplied to attendees containing all workshop presentations and associated papers.
Proposals for presentations from national research and development programs across Europe are especially welcome. Program presentations could be as single overview presentations or complete sessions with a program overview followed by 2 or 3 technical presentations.
Submissions for the European Reconfigurable Radio Technologies workshop are being processed by EDAS Conference Management System. If you have previously submitted a paper or abstract for other professional conferences, you probably already have an account on EDAS. If you do not have an account, create one at http://edas info/ using your email address and a password. Then, go to http://edas.info/8201 click the “Submit Paper” tab and submit your abstract or proposal -- be sure to select up to three “Topics” that would be appropriate for your submission. An acknowledgment of your submission will be sent from EDAS, and a notice regarding acceptance of your submission will be sent based on the schedule above.
If your proposal is accepted, you will have the prestige of being chosen to present at this second annual event, and will receive a discount on the workshop fee, allowing you to fully participate in the workshop and network with partners, customers, and competitors.
Proposals are due no later than 19 December 2009.
Notifications of acceptance will be made by 29 January 2010.
Presentations and associated papers are due for inclusion on the conference CD by 7 May 2010.