Saturday, March 14, 2009

Radioengineering Journal

For the last 17 years, the Radioengineering journal quarterly has been publishing original scientific and engineering papers from the area of radio engineering and science.

The nature of the Radioengineering journal is interdisciplinary. This journal is interested in covering a wide area of radio electronics starting from wave propagation and antennas, continuing to high-frequency circuits and optoelectronics, and finishing with signal processing and multimedia. The journal can, therefore, present a wide view on all aspects of today's radio engineering and science, initiate a mutual inspiration between disciplines; and support their cohesion in the frame of complex radio electronic systems.

The Radioengineering journal makes an effort to encourage a younger generation of scientists and engineers. The journal offers them their first publication opportunity and gives them their first experience in writing a scientific paper. Independent reviewers carefully review each submitted paper, and attempt to explain its stronger and weaker aspects to the authors in detail.

Each December and June, the Radioengineering journal prepares special issues focused on selected topics of importance and current interest. In the past, special issues published in December were devoted to mobile communications, multimedia, utilization of MATLAB, advances in antennas and microwaves, electromagnetic compatibility, etc. In 2008, the December special issue was focused on advanced electronic circuits, both analog and digital, from low frequencies to millimeter waves. The special issues published in June contain papers focused on a very narrow area of the radio engineering field.

In June 2009, the special issue will be focused on artificial electromagnetic materials and meta-materials. We ask perspective authors for high-quality tutorials and state-of-the art papers. This special issue is prepared by the guest editors Dr. Milan Polívka and Dr. Jan Machac.

The Radioengineering journal is the member of the Sister Societies' Publications of the IEEE Communications Society. Since volume 16 (2007), the Radioengineering journal has been selected for coverage in Thomson Reuters products and custom information services; the journal is indexed and abstracted in Science Citation Index Expanded (Impact Factor coming in 2010) and Journal Citation Reports. The Radioengineering journal is covered by the Directory of Open Access Journals, is listed in INSPEC, and aspires to be covered by SCOPUS. That way, a good accessibility of the published matter is ensured.

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