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Telecommunications and Radio Engineering
SJR: 0.202 SNIP: 0.2 CiteScore™: 0.23

ISSN Print: 0040-2508
ISSN Online: 1943-6009

Volume 78, 2019

Volume 77, 2018

Volume 76, 2017

Volume 75, 2016

Volume 74, 2015

Volume 73, 2014

Volume 72, 2013

Volume 71, 2012

Volume 70, 2011

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Volume 66, 2007

Volume 65, 2006

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Volume 60, 2003

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Volume 57, 2002

Volume 56, 2001

Volume 55, 2001

Volume 54, 2000

Volume 53, 1999

Volume 52, 1998

Volume 51, 1997

Telecommunications and Radio Engineering

Aims and Scope

Telecommunications and Radio Engineering publishes original full-length scientific articles and concise technical notes over a wide range of different directions of electronics, radio physics, and radio engineering. Among these topics are the new mathematical approaches in electromagnetic theory, microwave electromagnetics, microwave and satellite telecommunications, signal processing, radio-wave imaging, wave propagation and scattering, radar remote sensing and radio navigation engineering, waveguides and antennas, along with feeder systems. The journal will also consider papers devoted to semiconductor or vacuum electronic devices, nanotechnology in electronics, and new physical phenomena for generation of electromagnetic waves. Applied radio physics, radio physical methods in environment and space research, and radio technology in biomedical investigations have been the objective of papers which will be taken for publications. The journal will also consider reviews devoted to the current status of research on the separate branches of telecommunications or radio engineering.
Submitted manuscripts should make a contribution to comprehension of problems or technical solutions which are useful in application or prepared in the frame of the considered program.
The Scope of Telecommunications and Radio Engineering will address to theoreticians and engineers working on communication theory and networks, protection of information, cryptography, encryption, stegananalysis, radar and radio navigation systems, radio transmitting and receiving equipment and instrumentation.