IEEE Communications Letters
|IEEE Communications Letters|
Abbreviated title (ISO 4)
|Discipline||Communication, Networking & Broadcasting|
|Edited by||George K. Karagiannidis|
IEEE Communications Letters is monthly journal published by the IEEE Communications Society. It allows researchers to read about the most current results and developments in communications technology by publishing seven to ten short contributions from every area of communications technology. All accepted contributions are published within four months of submission. IEEE Communications Letters will have a double-blind review process since May 1, 2013. The impact factor is 1.463 (2013), eigenfactor 0.01822, and article influence score 0.568.
According to the publication's website, communications technology topics include, but are not limited to: Modulation and Signal Design; Speech, Image, and Video Communications; Coding Theory and Applications; Wireless Personal Communications, Spread Spectrum Communications, Synchronization and Channel Equalization; Detection and Estimation; Multiplexing and Carrier Techniques; Optical Communications, Communications Networking and Multimedia ATM Design.
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