The International Symposium on Advanced Radio Technologies (ISART)™ is a U.S. government-sponsored conference hosted by the Institute for Telecommunication Sciences (ITS), the science and engineering laboratory of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA). ISART is a science and engineering discussion-based conference that brings together government, industry, and academic leaders (both domestic and international) for the purpose of forecasting the development and application of advanced radio technologies.

For over two decades, ISART has contributed scientific and technical input towards encouraging sound, forward-looking spectrum management and regulatory policies that rely on careful engineering and ground-breaking research. The focus of ISART is to engage in a wide-ranging technical discussion. ISART does not represent NTIA policy positions.

ISART2022: Evolving Spectrum-Sharing Regulation through Data-, Science-, and Technology-Driven Analysis and Decision-Making

The goal for ISART 2022, which took place (virtually) June 13-16, 2022, was to chart a technical roadmap and gain consensus for specific data-, science-, and technology-driven means to evolve and expedite spectrum sharing analyses and decision making, and identify opportunities for continuous improvements and developments beyond the current linear spectrum sharing process. Visit the 2022 ISART page under Past Programs to see the full agenda and access the Call for Input, the Background Reference Bibliography (including 15 original papers), and panelist presentations.

Click here to see the full video record of ISART 2022, now available on the NTIA YouTube Channel

Proceedings are being prepared for publication and links will be available to those as soon as they are released.

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