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Frequenz is one of the leading scientific and technological journals covering all aspects of RF-, Microwave-, and THz-Engineering. It is a peer-reviewed, bi-monthly published journal.
Frequenz was first published in 1947 with a circulation of 7000 copies, focusing on telecommunications. Today, the major objective of Frequenz is to highlight current research activities and development efforts in RF-, Microwave-, and THz-Engineering throughout a wide frequency spectrum ranging from radio via microwave up to THz frequencies.
RF-, Microwave-, and THz-Engineering 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, high-speed THz communication systems. It will open up new technologies in communications, radar, remote sensing and imaging, in identification and localization as well as in sensors, e.g. for wireless industrial process and environmental monitoring as well as for biomedical sensing.
Theory, Modeling, Simulation, Experiments, Techniques and Technologies at RF-, Microwave-, and THz-frequencies
Material, Components and Devices: Processing, Characterization, Modeling, Realization, Integration and Proof-of-Concepts
RF-, Microwave-, and THz-Electronics
Packaging and Integration Technologies
Metamaterials, Functional and Composite Materials and Processing
Electronically- and Magnetically-controlled Materials, Components, Devices and Systems
Antennas and Propagation
Radar Technology, Remote Sensing, and Imaging
RF and Microwave Identification, Localization, and Navigation
Biomedical EM Applications: RF- and Microwave-Ablation and Theranostics
EM Diagnosis Methods and Tools
Original research and development articles, 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. International Conferences and Workshops-, Joint Research Projects and Research Programs-, Special Events reports, etc.
Manuscripts may present: theoretical and experimental studies and investigations; concepts and their realization; modeling and simulation; software and hardware solutions of scientific challenges and technological problems; composition and characterization of functional and artificial materials; macro-, micro and nano-scaled structures, devices and systems; innovative ideas and novel approaches, as well as established and emerging technologies, systems and applications
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Editorial Assistants Prof. Dr. Andreas Penirschke, THM Friedberg Eleonore Titow, TU Darmstadt
Editorial Board Prof. Dr. -Ing. Axel Bangert; Universität Kassel Prof. Dr. Ranjan Bose; Indian Institute of Technology Delhi Prof. Dr. - Ing. Christian Damm, Universität Ulm Prof. Ivan B. Djordjevic; University of Arizona Prof. Philippe Ferrari; Université de Savoie, Grenoble Dr. Rüdiger Follmann; IMST GmbH Kamp-Lintfort Prof. Dr.-Ing. Piotr Gas, AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow Prof. Dr. -Ing. Ingo Gaspard; Hochschule Darmstadt Prof. Dr. Jan Hesselbarth, Universität Stuttgart Prof. Dr. -Ing. Klaus Hofmann; TU Darmstadt Prof. Dr. - Ing. Michael Höft, Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel Prof. Dr. rer. Nat. Friedrich Jondral; KIT Karlsruhe Prof. Dr. -Ing. Anja Klein; TU Darmstadt Prof. Dr. - Ing. Alex Kölpin, TU Cottbus Prof. Dr. Thomas Kusserow, TU Darmstadt Prof. Dr. Rolf Kraemer; IHP - Leibniz-Institut für innovative Mikroelektronik, Frankfurt (Oder) Prof. Dr. - Ing. Thomas Kürner; TU Braunschweig Prof. Dr. - Ing. Wolfgang Menzel; Universität Ulm Prof. Dr. David Pouhè; Hochschule Reutlingen Prof. Dr. Sascha Preu, TU Darmstadt Prof. Dr. Hermann Rohling; TU Hamburg-Harburg Prof. Dr. - Ing. Lorenz-Peter Schmidt; Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Reiner S. Thomä; TU Ilmenau Prof. Dr. - Ing. Martin Vossiek; Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg Prof. Dr. -Ing. Robert Weigel; Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg