The 2014 edition of EW is aimed at addressing a key theme on "Energy- and Spectrally-Efficient Broadband Communication Systems".

In addition to this key theme, the topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

Transmission techniques and signal processing

  • Modulation and Coding for Wireless Communications
  • Signal Processing for Wireless Communications
  • Synchronization, Channel Estimation
  • Equalization Iterative Detection and Processing
  • MIMO Systems, Space-Time Coding, Diversity
  • Fundamental Limits, Information Theory
  • Multiple Access Schemes, Multiuser Detection
  • Interference Mitigation and Management Techniques
  • Network Coding and Cooperative Diversity
  • Adaptive Systems
  • OFDM and OFDMA
  • Localization and Positioning
  • Source and Joint Source/Channel Coding
  • Spectrum Sensing and Parameter Estimation

Wireless networking

  • Relay Based Cellular Networks
  • Ad-hoc and Mesh Wireless Transport Layer
  • Cross-layer Issues in Mobile and Wireless Networks
  • Cognitive Radio and Networks
  • Protocols and Architecture for Wireless Networks
  • Radio Resource Management
  • Mobility Management and Billing Technologies
  • QoS and Resource Allocation in Mobile Networks
  • Security and Robustness in Wireless Networks
  • Mobile/Wireless Networks Modelling and Simulation
  • Heterogeneous Wireless Networks
  • Wired-Wireless Integration

Sustainable and advanced wireless technology

  • Power Management
  • Interference Alignment
  • Resource Allocation and Game Theory
  • Software Defined Radio & Re-configurability
  • 2G-3G-4G Migration, Convergence and Interworking
  • WiFi, LTE-A, 3GPP, 5G
  • Wireless LAN/PAN/BAN
  • Wireless Broadband Mobile Access
  • Testbeds and Experimental Systems
  • Mobile Social Networks

Radio channel and RF subsystems

  • Radio Channel Measurements/Modelling/Estimation
  • Antenna Issues in Wireless Communications
  • Smart Antennas and MIMO systems
  • Compact Antennas for Mobile Terminals
  • Modelling and Mitigation of RF System Imperfections
  • Near Field Communications and RFID
  • Ultra-Wideband Communications

M2M and WS&AN

  • Provisioning/Monitoring/Management of M2M Services
  • Internet-of-Things and Semantic Sensor Networks
  • Query Processing and Data Management in WS&AN
  • Protocols and Mechanisms in WS&AN and M2M
  • Real-world measurements in WS&AN and M2M
  • Performance characterisation of M2M patterns
  • Performance-oriented design and evaluation


Acceptance of submitted papers will be based on quality, relevance, and originality. Proposals for special sessions and tutorials are also invited. There is also a PDF version of the Call for papers.



Ethics of the European Wireless Conference Series


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