Dates: January 15-19, 2012
Location: Santa Clara, CA
Venue: Santa Clara Marriott
Description: RWW2012 consists of five related conferences that focus on the intersection between radio systems and wireless technology, which creates a unique forum for engineers to discuss hardware design and system performance of the state-of-the-art wireless systems. This tradition is continued with an expanded program that offers the latest information on our traditional subjects of wireless communications and networking, and associated enabling technologies as new services and applications emerge.
RWS2012 will cover all areas of radio and wireless systems, including but not limited to antennas, propagation modeling, transceiver technologies, MIMO, signal processing, SDR & cognitive radios, wireless networks, emerging technologies, DSP, components and packaging. SiRF2012 covers Si-based devices, passives, integrated circuits, and applications for high-frequency systems.
PAWR2012 covers innovative work in RF/microwave power amplifiers technologies, including but not limited to, high power/wideband active devices, mobile/avionic/space applications, modeling, characterization, design/topologies, green PA, integration, packaging, linearization/efficiency enhancement.
BioWireleSS2012 is focused on the wireless revolution targeting the medical field. A huge potential exists for the innovation and incorporation of wireless in various facets of the medical profession. The conference is focused on providing a healthy mix of actual clinical work incorporating wireless technologies with more fundamental science and engineering research in this area.
WiSNet2012 covers areas, including but not limited to, sensors for communications, radar, positioning, and imaging, frontends, positioning devices and technologies, sensor networks and smart sensors, RFID, and SAW technologies. Workshops, short courses, panels, and a relevant industry exhibition will be held.
RWW events are sponsored by IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society and co-sponsored by IEEE Communications, Antennas and Propagation, and Engineering in Medicine and Biology societies.