Journal of RF-Engineering and Telecommunications
Editor-in-Chief: Jakoby, Rolf
Editorial Board Member: Bangert, Axel / Böck, Georg / Bose, Ranjan / Detlefsen, Jürgen / Djordjevic, Ivan B. / Follmann, Rüdiger / Fuchs, Günter / Gaspard, Ingo / Gevorgian, Spartak / Hartnagel, Hans / Hofmann, Klaus / Jondral, Friedrich / Kasper, Erich / Kastell, Kira / Klein, Anja / Knöchel, Reinhard / Kuchenbecker, Hans-Peter / Küppers, Franko / Kürner, Thomas / Menzel, Wolfgang / Mönich, Gerhard / Pouhe, David / Rembold, Bernhard / Rohling, Hermann / Schmidt, Lorenz-Peter / Schünemann, Klaus / Thomä, Reiner / Vossiek, Martin / Weigel, Robert / Weiland, Thomas / Zoubir, Abdelhak
6 Issues per year
IMPACT FACTOR 2011: 0.124
5-year IMPACT FACTOR: 0.265
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Aims and Scope
Frequenz was first published in 1947 with an circulation of 7000 copies, focusing on Telecommunications. Today, the major aim of Frequenz is to highlight current research activities and development efforts in RF/Microwave Engineering, Photonics and Communications throughout a wide frequency spectrum ranging from radio and microwave frequencies via THz and the infrared up to optical frequencies.
RF/Microwave Engineering, Photonics and Communications is a very active area of Research & Development as well as of Applications in a wide variety of fields. It has been the key to enabling technologies responsible for phenomenal growth of satellite broadcasting, wireless communications, satellite and terrestrial mobile communications and navigation, fiber optics, high-speed optical communication systems and networks. It will open up new technologies in future cognitive, frequency-agile and software-defined radios and photonic communication systems as well as in fixed and wireless sensor networks.
The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Theory, Modeling, Simulation, Experiments, Techniques and Technologies at RF, Microwave, THz, Infrared, and Optical Frequencies
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Submission of Manuscripts
Frequenz is one of the leading Scientific and Technological Journals covering all aspects of RF- and Microwave Engineering, Photonics and Communications. It is a peer-reviewed, bi-monthly published Journal. It publishes papers addressing fundamental and application-oriented research as well as high-quality industrial developments, invited review articles, short communications and "comment-and-reply-notes" on papers already published.Manuscripts may present:
Manuscripts reporting original research and development efforts not yet published or submitted for publication elsewhere are especially encouraged, but high-quality tutorials and review papers are also welcome.
As a Guest Editor, you can arrange a Special Issue or a Focused Topic of at least eight or four invited scientific papers, respectively! Please contact: email@example.com. You can also sent a Report about:
- International Conferences and Workshops
- Joint Research Projects and Research Programs
- Special Events, etc.
Instructions for Authors
Submitting an article
... is done online at http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/frequenz.
Contributions submitted to this journal must be written in clear and concise English. Only unpublished material can be accepted, and authors may not republish their paper in the same or similar form. The decision on the acceptance is taken after a peer-reviewing procedure. The journal makes no page charges.
The authors can provide the names and e-mail addresses of up to four potential reviewers.
... must begin with an abstract of less than 150 words. The abstract should be followed by an appropriate classification according to IEEE and a list of 3 to 6 index terms/keywords. The short title for the running head should contain at most 80 characters, spaces inclusive.
Please use only SI units in the text.
Figures must be of sufficiently high resolution (minimum 600 dpi). Authors are encouraged to submit illustrations in color if necessary for their scientific content. Publication of color figures is provided free of charge both in online and print editions.
References should be numbered consecutively in the order in which they appear in the text. In the text body, references should be identified by Arabic numerals surrounded by square brackets. All references should be collected in the reference section at the end of the paper. Please use abbreviations for titles of journals in accordance with those listed in the "World List of Scientific Periodicals" (Butterworth London).
Authors using LaTeX are asked to follow a few basic guidelines while formatting their paper for publication, in order for the journal to be as homogeneous in appearance as possible, and to be as flexible as possible with regards to all macro packages. Please download the class file and the respective sample file including the instructions for formatting here.
Authors using Word are requested to prepare their manuscript due to the following guidelines:
(1) Make use of Word templates/styles to help insure consistency in your manuscript! It doesn't matter which kind of templates you use - as long as you avoid formatting by hand. E.g., you could use the style "Heading 1" for section headings rather than choosing the font, color, paragraph spacing etc. individually.
(2) May also define your own styles. E.g., to typewrite the variable x within the text, you may either use the Equation Editor or create an appropriate style "math italic". Both options ensure that the formatting attribute italic remains after the publisher's conversion and final typesetting.
(3) Use the Equation Editor for both inline and displayed formulas. See (2) for exceptions.
(4) Settings for the paper, margins, fonts etc. can be chosen arbitrarily.
Final formatting is however made by the Publisher. So please keep formatting macros to a minimum to make conversion of files more accurate. Do not worry about chapter headings, running titles, bad page breaks etc., and avoid adding extra space and using glue to improve the appearance of the manuscript.
... will be sent to all authors in due time with a request to carefully check them.
... each author will receive a PDF file of the final version for private use only.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Rolf Jakoby
Please submit your paper to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prof. Dr. -Ing. Axel Bangert
Prof. Dr. - Ing. Georg Böck
Prof. Dr. Ranjan Bose
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
Prof. Ivan B. Djordjevic
University of Arizona
Dr. Rüdiger Follmann
IMST GmbH Kamp-Lintfort
Prof. Dr. -Ing. Ingo Gaspard
Prof. Dr.- Ing. Spartak Gevorgian
Chalmers University of Technology, Microtechnology and Nanoscience, Göteborg
Prof. Dr. -Ing. Klaus Hofmann
Prof. Dr. rer. Nat. Friedrich Jondral
Prof. Dr. -Ing. Anja Klein
Prof. Dr. - Ing. Reinhard Knöchel
Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
Prof. Dr. - Ing. Franko Küppers
Prof. Dr. - Ing. Thomas Kürner
Prof. Dr. - Ing. Wolfgang Menzel
Prof. Dr. David Pouhè
Prof. Dr. Hermann Rohling
Prof. Dr. - Ing. Lorenz-Peter Schmidt
Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Reiner S. Thomä
Prof. Dr. - Ing. Martin Vossiek
Prof. Dr. -Ing. Robert Weigel
Prof. Dr. -Ing. Thomas Weiland
Prof. Dr. -Ing. Abdelhak Zoubir
Editorial Advisory Board
Prof. Dr. -Ing. habil. Jürgen Detlefsen
Prof. Dr. -Ing. Henning Früchting
Prof. em. Dr. -Ing. habil. Günter Fuchs
Prof. em. Dr. Eng. Dr. h.c. mult. Hans Hartnagel
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Erich Kasper
Prof. Dr. -Ing. Hans-Peter Kuchenbecker
Leibniz Universität Hannover
Prof. Dr. -Ing. habil. Gerhard Mönich
Prof. i.R. Dr.-Ing. Bernhard Rembold
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr. h.c. Klaus Schünemann