Call for Papers

COVID-19 Alert:
AMTA will keep a keen eye on the evolving situation with the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and follow guidance from the CDC on group gatherings. We remain hopeful that by November, the situation will permit us to join together in Newport. However, we are prepared to implement new procedures as needed to allow us to enjoy the technical presentations and exhibits for which AMTA is known. Please be assured that we will keep AMTA members informed about any new developments as they arise.  

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.

Download pdf copy of Call for Papers.

Abstract Submissions are now open – Submission Instructions.


  • 250-350 Word Abstract: June 1, 2020 (Updated)
  • 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