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ISART 2003 Call for Papers

From: J. Wayde Allen
Subject: ISART 2003 Call for Papers
Date: Thu, 26 Sep 2002 10:35:35 -0600 (MDT)

                      INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
                           (ISART 2003)

                          CALL FOR PAPERS

The ISART 2003 conference to be held this coming March 4 - 7, 2003 seeks
to bring together business leaders, policy makers, and technical
researchers from the telecommunications industry with a focus on wireless
communications. Each of these groups shapes the industry, and by creating
a meeting where they can interact with each other, we plan to create a
window through which the present and future state of the industry can be

The ISART program committee is soliciting papers describing new radio
technologies, analysis, and innovative business, economic, and policy
concepts, in any of the following topic areas:

   - Spectrum (usage, policy, management, regulation, economics, sharing
   - Electromagnetics (propagation, antennas, RF-front ends)

   - Broadband Deployment (regulation, marketing, economics, wireless systems)
   - Wireless Networks (scaling to large networks, ad hoc networks, 
     Internet over wireless,  convergence of WLANs and 3G)

   - Telecommunications in Developing Countries (policy, economics,
     regulation, and technology)

   - Radios (software defined radios, RF software, spectrally efficient

   - Homeland Security (emergency response communications, public safety,
     wireless network security)

Students are especially encouraged to submit their work.


   Nov. 6,  2002 - Deadline for submission of one page abstract. 

   Dec. 4,  2002 - Notification of acceptance to authors.
   Jan. 15, 2003 - Deadline for submission of paper.

Abstract Format:

   - One page total
   - At least 10pt font
   - May be double column
   - Indicate the contact author with an e-mail address
   - Indicate the topic area from the above list

The abstract should summarize research results and not be a proposal for
research since very little time is available between the acceptance
notification and the final paper submission. The final paper will be 4
pages, double column, 10pt text (approximately 2500 words).

If you have questions about submitting abstracts contact either:

   Dr. Timothy X Brown
   Interdisciplinary Telecommunications
   Electrical and Computer Engineering
   EC-OT 331 Campus Box 530
   University of Colorado
   Boulder, CO 80309
   Tel: (303) 492-1630
   Fax: (303) 492-1112
   e-mail:  address@hidden
   J. Wayde Allen 
   325 Broadway
   Boulder, CO 80305-3328
   Tel:  (303) 497-5871
   Fax:  (303) 497-5323
   e-mail:  address@hidden

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