Technical papers are solicited for the 41st Annual ARRL and TAPR Digital Communications Conference (DCC), September 16-18, 2022, in Charlotte, North Carolina. Papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings. Authors do not need to present at the conference to have their papers included in the Proceedings. Submit papers via e-mail to Maty Weinberg, KB1EIB (email@example.com) by September 1, 2022. Papers will be published exactly as submitted and authors will retain all rights.
Conference papers will be distributed as pdf’s to DCC attendees. Printed copies of the papers will be available for sale at Lulu (www.lulu.com).
Paper and presentation topic areas include, but are not limited to software defined radio (SDR), digital voice, digital satellite communication, digital signal processing (DSP), HF digital modes, adapting IEEE 802.11 systems for Amateur Radio, Global Positioning System (GPS), Automatic Position Reporting System (APRS), Linux in Amateur Radio, AX.25 updates, Internet operability with Amateur Radio networks, TCP/IP networking over Amateur Radio, mesh and peer-to-peer wireless networking, emergency and homeland defense backup digital communications in Amateur Radio.
Hilton Charlotte Airport is hosting the 2022 ARRL and TAPR Digital Communications Conference (DCC) and is now offering special room rates for the DCC at $99 per night. The special room rate is good until August 15, so make your reservations ASAP online by clicking here or dialup 1-800-445-8667 and ask for the “Digital Communications 2022” rates.
6 thoughts on “Call for Papers: 2022 Digital Communications Conference”
Hello, I’m John Ross, KD8IDJ, ARRL News Editor. Maty Weinburg sent me information about the call for papers for the 2022 DCC. I’m writing a short story for the ARRL Letter and wanted to know if I use some the information on your website to expand the story.
This is a great event, and I thought a little more information might be helpful for our readers.
You are welcomed to use anything on our website in your DCC story. By The way, Maty pointed out to me that the 2022 DCC will be the 41st DCC, so if you see any references to it being the 40th DCC, those references are off by one.
Stana, WA1LOU, TAPR Secretary
I hope you can help me – I was looking to register on the webpage but could not find an option for remote access only.
The plans for ‘live streaming’ is that you can watch the DCC on YouTube. That will be the only remote stream. It will be free to all; no registration is required. No cost is involved.
Are you still looking for people to do talks at the conference? I know it’s late in the game, but I was hoping there were still some spots available.
Contact Steve Bible, N7HPR, ASAP via firstname.lastname@example.org