Special Issue "Advances in Microwave Communications and Radar Technologies"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 March 2023 | Viewed by 144
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Interests: microwaves; computational electromagnetics; electrical engineering; electromagnetics; microwaves and millimeter-waves
Interests: microwaves; millimeter waves; antennas; wireless communication; computational electromagnetics
The Special Issue will focus on novel developments in microwave and radar techniques, including sensing applications. The papers dealing with measuring, designing, and modeling active and passive microwave circuits are welcome, with special emphasis on those presented at the 24th International Microwave and Radar Conference – MIKON-2022, which is a traditional conference of the Polish microwave community that has been organized since 1969, which turned into the biennial international event in 1994. The conference is held under the auspices of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers IEEE:
- Sensors, Detectors, and Vehicular Radars;
- Antenna Design, Modeling, and Measurements;
- RF, VHF, and UHF Technology;
- Microwave Measurements;
- THz Techniques, Space, and Satellite Systems;
- Industrial, Environmental, and Medical Applications;
- Active and Passive Devices and Components
Prof. Dr. Artur M. Rydosz
Prof. Dr. Maurizio Bozzi
Prof. Dr. Krzysztof Nyka
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