2nd Workshop on SPECTRUM SURVEY for Signals from SPACE, SPECTRAL ANALYSIS, and SIGNAL PROCESSING
SPACE SPECTRUM SURVEY 2012
15th and 16th November 2012, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany
The aim of this workshop is to provide a scientific and technological forum for the important topic of spectrum survey of space signals. Furthermore, the workshop shall provide vital information and means for space agencies and other entities in order to support space engineering and planning of future space missions (e.g. link budget consolidations, regulatory issues, science & earth observation, space operations, further development of technologies ). As space frequency bands are more and more occupied by unintentional interfering signals, spectral observations in these bands are now quasi-mandatory for space engineering; that is the design of new air-interfaces using signals transmitted between the earth and satellites, e.g. (Argos evolutions, global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) evolution, new telemetry, tracking and command (TT&C) systems, etc …) or the design of scientific passive spaceborne radio observation systems (radiometers, reflectometers, … ). The considered space signals are therefore signals transmitted from space, or signals received by space platforms for scientific or operational purposes. The considered spectrum monitoring hardwares could be located on earth, airborne, spaceborne, …The contributions to this workshop shall mainly focus on space spectrum survey including hardware and software, as well as spectral anaylsis and signal processing methods. The workshop will be free of charge.
Type of addressed topics, given as examples
Spectrum survey from space
o Spectrum measurement and surveying techniques
o Location of the spectral sources on ground
o Space engineering applications
o Scientific, earth observation, TT&C, and other applications
o Regulatory issues and applications
o Operational space applications
o Payload and space system architecture
Spectrum survey on Earth
o Spectrum surveying and monitoring from earth
o Satellite communications spectrum monitoring from earth
o Spectrum control in cognitive satellite communications receivers
o Interference control in receivers
o Receiving hardware and related signal processing
o Airborne spectrum measurement of signals from space
Hardware and technologies
o Analog to digital converters, quantization, low noise amplifiers (LNA), front-end design, etc.
o Rapid single flux quantum (RFSQ)
o Antennas and antenna technologies
o Earth stations and sensor networks for spectrum surveying, monitoring and localization of interference
o “Bitgrabbers” and spectrum analysers
o Multipolarization spectrum sensors
Spectral analysis and signal processing
o Novel signal processing techniques
o Spectral analysis and estimation
o Spectrum isolation techniques
o Multi-polarization spectrum processing
o Power and power density estimation & calibration
o Evaluation of spectrum measurement accuracy
Timeline for Space Spectrum Survey workshop 2012
Abstracts for contributions should be submitted before the 20th OCTOBER 2012 through the web links : http://www.gnss-signals.de .
In case of problem, contact the organisers: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Abstracts should be about 1000 words, but give sufficient information to enable an objective assessment by referees. As well as the title of the presentation, submissions should indicate the appropriate topic, as listed above, and include the name(s) of author(s), organisation(s), email address(es), phone and fax number(s) and full postal address(es). The meeting and all presentations at the workshop will be in English.
The submitters of abstracts will be notified not later than the 28th OCTOBER 2012, if their abstract has been accepted for oral presentation.
The presentations shall be delivered at the workshop on the 15th NOVEMBER 2012 for publication in the proceedings.
Registrations to attend the workshop have to be made before the 12th of NOVEMBER 2012 at http://www.gnss-signals.de .