The wireless spectrum is a vital natural resource that impacts our lives in numerous ways. While we often associate it with mobile broadband, its significance extends to various domains such as weather forecasting, climate science, astronomy, space exploration, and civil/military navigation. The escalating demand for spectrum has led to a corresponding increase in congestion as these vastly different services converge to utilizing many of the same bands. Consequently, conflict over spectrum has arisen between services utilizing adjacent or overlapping bands, resulting in the potential for harmful interference.
We seek original completed and unpublished work not currently under review by any other journal/ magazine/conference. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Spectrum Sensing and Spectrum Decision Techniques for passive-active sharing.
- Digital Twins for passive-active Spectrum Sharing and Management.
- Spectrum Resource Allocation and Sharing Models for passive-active
- Coexisting Networks, Including Between Satellite and Terrestrial Networks.
- Experimental zones and testbeds.
- Coexistence Mechanisms for Satellite Transmissions and Radio Astronomy Observatories.
- Coexistence Mechanisms and Strategies for Active and Passive Systems.
- Interference Management and Mitigation for Radio Astronomy and Remote Sensing.
- Interference Avoidance and Coordination Strategies in Satellite and Terrestrial Networks.
- Spectrum, Propagation, and Interference Measurements and Modeling for Shared Spectrum.
- Cooperative and Collaborative Spectrum Sharing Techniques.
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- Workshop Paper Submission Deadline: 20 January 2024
- Paper Acceptance Notification: 6 March 2024
- Camera Ready: 15 March 2024
- Accepted Author Registration Deadline: 15 March 2024
- Chris Anderson (NTIA)
- Chris DePree (NRAO)