Call for Papers

Important Update:
Due to COVID-19, AMTA 2020 will be delivered as a Virtual Symposium during Nov 2-5, 2020 . Please stay tuned for information on event registration, exhibition opportunities, keynote and invited speakers, and our full technical program. 

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.  

If travel restrictions are still in place that limit or prohibit in-person attendance at the conference, authors will be guaranteed the virtual presentation of their papers.

Presented papers will be included in the Proceedings and authors will also have the option to have their paper included with AMTA 2020’s submission to IEEE Xplore®.

Download pdf copy of Call for Papers.

Abstract Submissions are now CLOSED


  • 250-350 Word Abstract: June 1, 2020 (Updated) CLOSED
  • E-mail notification of acceptance: July 1, 2020 (Updated)
  • Manuscript Submission: August 3, 2020 (Updated)

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