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Spectrum sharing has become challenging due to the ever-growing demand for spectrum access by a wide range of emerging radio services. This in turn leads to an increased risk of Radio Frequency Interference between spectrum users. This is particularly true for passive scientific services such as radio astronomy, Earth remote sensing, or meteorology, where sensitive measurements must be carried out in frequency bands defined by the laws of nature.

Protecting the scarce radio spectrum resources for science, while accommodating the needs of other spectrum users, can only be achieved in a joint effort. RFI 2024 offers the venue to promote interaction, exchange of ideas, and cooperation between researchers, engineers, and users from all radio science disciplines dealing with RFI, uniting them under the common goal of working on solutions to minimize the impact of interference. RFI 2024 is the seventh in a series of workshops focusing on this topic, the first of which took place in Bonn, Germany, in 2001.

Past conferences

RFI 2022 Online - hosted by ECMWF
RFI 2019 Toulouse, France
RFI 2016 Socorro, New Mexico, USA
RFI 2010 Groningen, the Netherlands
RFI 2004 Penticton, British Columbia, Canada
RFI 2001 Bonn, Germany