IEEE Microwave Magazine

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IEEE Microwave Magazine  
IEEE microwave magazine.jpg
DisciplineElectronic engineering for microwave, terahertz, and infrared
Edited byAlfy Riddle
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Publication history
Standard abbreviations
IEEE Microw. Mag.
OCLC no.424000866

IEEE Microwave Magazine is a professional magazine for the members of IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society that is published bimonthly with several special conference issues. It is also available to others as a part of the IEEE Xplore.[1] In addition to providing societal communications to the MTT-S membership, it has regular columns giving insight into a range of technical and non-technical interests and the publication of technical feature length articles that provide overviews and tutorials on the state-of-the-art in a given area. Currently, a typical print run is approximately 15,000 issues.[2]

IEEE Microwave Magazine made its debut as a quarterly publication in 2000 and changed to bimonthly in 2006. The current editor is Alfy Riddle of M/A-COM Technology Solutions. The Journal Citation Reports 2017 impact factor was 3.029.

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  1. ^ IEEE Xplore
  2. ^ Magazine link on Society page.