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Call For Papers SDR Academy 2019 Friedrichshafen

KY6LA_Howard Member ✭✭✭
edited March 2019 in SmartSDR for Windows
Dear former or potential SDRA speakers, please find our Call for Papers below. We would be delighted to welcome you at SDRA 2019 in Friedrichshafen with your talk! I am sending this email to you because you have given a talk to us in the past, or because you have written a publication on an SDR related topic or because you have contributed publically to a SDR topic or technology in the past. BR / vy73 Markus Heller, M.A. DL8RDS Prof. Dr. Michael Hartje DK5HH ** apologies for cross-posting ** Call for Papers: SDRA-2019 Friedrichshafen HAMRADIO Friedrichshafen Software Defined Radio Academy 2019 (SDRA- 2019) Date: Saturday 22.06.2019 Conference Websites: http://www.hamradio-friedrichshafen.de http://2019.sdra.io SDRA-2019 invites radio amateurs and researchers from acadaemia and industry to submit papers for **** and poster presentations on recent research that addresses theoretical aspects, algorithms, applications, hardware and software architectures for applied Software Defined Radio systems and resources and other aspects of SDR, as well as survey and discussion papers. The invitation particularly addresses open source research and projects. We also particularly invite specialists giving introductory talks and tutorials on SDR technologies. SDRA Topics: Advances in GNURadio related projects and research Algorithms, applications, architectures in SDR systems Real Time signal processing Innovative applications using modern ADC/DAC environments Submission Information How to submit: Please send an abstract of approximately 250 words to: [email protected] Please include the following information: Paper title Author's name (and callsign). Names and callsigns of all authors if multiple authors. Author's affiliation Country Email address of the main author All accepted papers will be published. Publication details will be available at a later point of time. We ask authors to keep a limit of 6 pages. If there is a reason why the paper should be longer, please contact us. We also solicit Posters and Demo papers: Poster/Demo papers describe a small focused result, a negative result, or a late-breaking result, or a description of a system that can be demonstrated on-site at the conference. Papers should be formatted using the IEEE A4 templates: http://www.ieee .org/conferences_events/conferences/publishing/templates.html Organization Prof. Dr. Michael Hartje, DK5HH Markus Heller, M.A., DL8RDS Senior Programme Committee Prof. Dr. Michael Hartje, HS Bremen, DK5HH Prof. Dr. Michael Niemetz, OTH Regensburg, DG2RAM Prof. Dr. Michael Mächtel, HTWG Konstanz, DL2SBS Important Dates: Abstract Submission: 31.03.2019 Acceptance Notification: 15.04.2019 Presentation Slides: 31.05.2019 Paper Presentation: 22.06.2019 Paper Submission: 31.07.2019 Contact For enquiries and paper submission details please do not hesitate to contact us: Email: [email protected] Tel.: +49.89.420956305-0


  • KY6LA_Howard
    KY6LA_Howard Member ✭✭✭
    edited March 2019
    From my past experience this is by far the best SDR forum in the amateur radio world and far exceeds anything at Dayton in quality and technical competence of the presentations Attending the SDR Academy is worth the trip to Friedrichshafen

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