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NTIA’s Engineering Lab Seeks Input for ISART 2022

February 14, 2022

NTIA’s Institute for Telecommunication Sciences (ITS) is seeking input for the 2022 International Symposium on Advanced Radio Technologies (ISART) tentatively planned for the week of June 13, 2022.  ISART is a science and engineering discussion-based conference that brings together government, industry, and academic leaders (both domestic and international). Its purpose is to forecast the development and application of advanced radio technologies and the application of careful engineering and research on radio technologies within the context of spectrum management, policy, and regulation. Our goal for ISART 2022 is to chart a roadmap and gain consensus for data-, science-, and technology-driven means to evolve and expedite spectrum sharing analyses and decision-making.

To assist in planning, ITS has issued a call for input, including abstracts, recent publications, articles, or papers, relevant to the goal of ISART 2022. The call for input describes the background and concerns that led to defining that goal, outlines a number of possible topics, and presents open questions under each topic. Ideas for creative solutions do not need to be fully developed to be submitted in an abstract form. Submissions could lead to an invitation to participate or present at ISART 2022, or to have a publication, article, or paper included in a bibliography for the symposium.

The submission window closes on February 21, 2022; other milestone dates are listed in the call for input. For more information, check the ISART home page.