March 2005 | NTIA Special Publication SP-05-418
J. Wayde Allen; Jeanne M. Ratzloff (Editor)
Abstract: The purpose of ISART is to explore the future use of existing and emerging radio technologies. To this end, the conference brings together a diverse collection of people from academia, business, and government to discuss not only the technical aspects of the technology, but also economic pressures and regulatory realities. This year's agenda included presentations on radio spectrum usage, ideas for efficient spectrum sharing, the use of radio for public safety applications, voice over IP (VoIP), wireless networking, location tracking, ultrawideband, RFID, and the generation and use of terahertz signals.
Keywords: International Symposium on Advanced Radio Technologies; ISART
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