Call for Papers

Authors​ addressing​ advancement​ and​ innovation​ in​ topics​ of​ interest​ to ​AMTA​ are​ invited​ to​ submit​ a 250-350​ word​ abstract​ for​ review​ as​ a possible​ candidate​ for​ presentation​ at​ the​ Symposium.  Authors of all accepted papers will have the option to post their paper to IEEE Xplore in addition to inclusion in the AMTA 2020 proceedings and paper archive.

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Abstract Submissions are now open – Submission Instructions.


  • 250-350 Word Abstract: May 1, 2020
  • E-mail notification of acceptance: June 5, 2020
  • Manuscript Submission: July 24, 2020

We​ understand​ that​ some​ authors​ may​ be​ required​ to​ submit​ their​ abstracts,​ papers,​ and​ presentations for​ public​ release​ approval.​ Please​ start​ this​ process​ early​ so​ that​ you​ can​ meet​ the​ above​ deadlines.


  • 5G wireless technology
  • Antennas and radar in automotive applications
  • IoT and M2M applications
  • Massive MIMO advances
  • Medical advances
  • Hardware in the Loop
  • Mm-wave, terahertz and quasi-optical antenna measurement
  • Theory​ and​ applications​ of​ the​ measurement​ of​ antennas​ and​ radar​ scattering
  • Advances​ in​ indoor​ and​ outdoor​ test​ ranges
  • Measurement​ standards​ and​ laboratory​ comparisons
  • Advances​ in​ near-field,​ far-field,​ compact​ and​ RCS​ range​ measurement​ techniques
  • New​ instrumentation​ for​ testing
  • Data​ acquisition​ and​ processing​ methods
  • Measurement​ imaging,​ algorithms,​ and​ processing​ techniques
  • Diagnostic​ methods​ for​ antenna​ acceptance​ testing
  • Phased​ array,​ adaptive/smart​ antenna​ applications​ and​ measurements
  • EMI/EMC/PIM​ chamber​ design,​ measurement,​ and​ instrumentation
  • GNSS,​ PCS,​ cellular,​ satellite antennas​ and​ measurement
  • RF​ material​ design,​ measurement​, and​ instrumentation
  • Ultra-wideband​ or​ frequency​ independent​ antenna​ measurement
  • Applied​ computational​ electromagnetics
  • Numerical​ methods​ related​ to​ EM​ measurements
  • RFID​ characterization
  • Radome​ characterization
  • Wearable​ antenna​ designs​ with​ measurements
  • Multi-link​ MIMO​ and​ cooperative​ channels
  • In-situ​ testing​ and​ channel​ sounding
  • Other​ antenna​ measurement​ topics

If you have any questions, please contact:
The AMTA Technical Coordinator, C. J. Reddy