LAPC 2017: Loughborough Antennas and Propagation Conference

13 Nov - 14 Nov 2017
Burghleigh Court, Loughborough, UK

The IET Antennas and Propagation Conference is to be held in Loughborough on 13th and 14th November 2017. The technical scope includes a broad range of topics.

In past years the event has been particularly useful for all who have attended. It is of particular use to those who are interested in antennas and propagation on any way.

Technical scope

Antennas • Adaptive and reconfigurable antennas • Antenna systems and architectures • End-to-end system testing • Multiband and wideband antennas • UWB antennas and time-domain techniques • Wearable antennas

Propagation • 5G propagation • Earth-space and terrestrial propagation • Multi-link MIMO and cooperative channels • Propagation effects for radio-astronomy and deep space communications • Propagation for the Internet of Things • Wireless networks including WLAN and indoor communication

Related topics • Additive manufacturing • Advanced RF materials, meta-materials, meta-surfaces and EBG • Fundamental electromagnetic research • Printed elements, baluns and associated circuits • Reflector, feed systems and components • Short-range Giga-bit communications

Papers for the vent can be submitted online by 30 May 2017.

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Date 13 Nov - 14 Nov 2017
Location Burghleigh Court, Loughborough, UK
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