Mobile Communications 2023 : Mobile Communications and Networks
Call For Papers
IEEE Communications Magazine (ComMag) is a flagship publication of the IEEE Communications Society and the world’s most recognized magazine in Telecommunications with a top-ranking Impact Factor.
ComMag serves its broad readership by publishing highest-quality, accessible and tutorial papers in three main tracks:
1) regularly scheduled Series addressing selected areas in the telecommunications field,
2) individually from open call on an ongoing basis, and
3) as part of very selective Feature Topics (FTs) which focus on emerging trends and hot subjects.
We would like to invite you to submit your manuscript to
IEEE Communications Magazine Series on
MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS AND NETWORKS
CALL FOR PAPERS
Very fast, ultra-reliable and ubiquitous mobile communications have kick-started profound changes in our personal and professional lives; and on the ways we learn, travel, work and entertain. The Mobile Communications and Networks Series publishes cutting edge, in-depth articles describing the scientific and technological breakthroughs enabling these changes.
The scope of this Series Topic (ST) covers mobile devices and the networks that provide connectivity to them, and all related applications. This includes communication protocols, algorithms, procedures, systems or network architectures. Performance evaluation and testing of mobile and networks nodes are also within this scope. The Series emphasizes novel but practical solutions and seeks to cover emerging topics of interest to industry, academia and governments.
Articles must be written in clear and concise language and should be readable by a broad readership ranging from design engineers, engineering managers to industrial/academic researchers, students, and other members of our community. A rigorous peer-review process ensures that only the highest-quality articles that fully adhere to the IEEE Communications Magazine submission and publication guidelines will be accepted. The Series’ frequent appearances ensure quick publication of papers in a dedicated section within the Magazine.
Authors are invited to submit manuscripts in all subjects within the scope of this Series including, but not limited to, the following:
Mobile Wireless Systems and Architectures
Mobile cellular systems and networks of 5G and future generations
IEEE 802.11 WLAN (Wi-Fi®), Bluetooth, WWAN standards and technologies
Mobile ad-hoc networks and protocols.
Dynamic spectrum access networks and sharing, cognitive radios.
Mobile devices and terminals
Satellite communication systems and networks
Integrated aerial/satellite-terrestrial networks
Communications at millimeter wave (mmWave) frequencies and beyond, intelligent reflecting surfaces
Full duplex communications – hardware architectures, interference cancellation, medium access control and networking protocols
Architectural aspects of air interfaces – framing, duplexing, synchronization, beam-forming, multi-point transmission
Orthogonal and non-orthogonal multiple access
Front-hauling and back-hauling
Carrier aggregation, multi-cell and multi-Radio Access Technology (RAT) connectivity
Air interfaces and infrastructure for networks of resource-constrained and autonomous wireless devices – applications, protocols, operation and performance
Spatial location and radio frequency identification (RFID) technologies
Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) - GPS, Galileo, Glonass, BDS
Mobile Edge Computing (MEC), fog computing
Mobile Networking Procedures and Algorithms
Signal processing and coding techniques for mobile applications (e.g. speech/video coding, haptic codecs, coding for augmented/virtual reality applications)
Wireless networking protocols, including encryption and error protection
Multi-antenna transmission: MIMO, massive MIMO – precoding, beam-forming, beam acquisition and tracking
Network slicing & orchestration
Radio resource management
Security aspects of mobile networks
Performance Evaluation, Testing and Measurements
Mobile communication channels characterization and modeling
Test and measurement of wireless systems and air interfaces
Mobile link/system/network test-beds and demonstrators, field trials
Simulation and modeling of mobile networks – applications, protocols, handoffs
Manuscripts should conform to the standard format as indicated in the Manuscript Submission Guidelines in the IEEE Communications Magazine website. Please, check these guidelines carefully before submitting since submissions not complying with them will be administratively rejected without review.
All manuscripts to be considered for publication must be submitted by the deadline through Author Portal. Select the “Series Optical Wireless in Space, 6G, and X-haul Networks” topic from the drop-down menu of topics. Please observe the dates specified here below noting that there will be no extension of the submission deadline.
Papers can be submitted any time during the year. All papers go through a rigorous peer review process.
the Mobile Communications and Networks Series Editors