Annals of Telecommunications is an international journal publishing original peer-reviewed papers in the field of telecommunications as well as brief reports on research projects or experimentations.
It covers all the essential branches of modern telecommunications, ranging from digital communications to communication networks and the internet, to software, protocols and services, uses and economics.
This large spectrum of topics accounts for the rapid convergence through telecommunications of the underlying technologies in computers, communications, content management towards the emergence of the information and knowledge society.
As a consequence, the Journal provides a medium for exchanging research results and technological achievements accomplished by the European and international scientific community from academia and industry.
Transmission and communication technologies
Waves • Electromagnetics • Propagation • Microwaves • Antennas • Radiofrequency communications • Interferences • Coexistence • MIMO • SDR • Cognitive radio • Photonic & optical communications • Micro & nano electronics for telecoms
Digital communications • Information theory, error-correcting codes & ciphering • Signal, image, and video processing & coding
Networks architecture • Wireless networks • Protocols & performance • Operation, management & control • Security
Semantic web • Internet of things • Cloud services • Grid services • Intelligent services • Location-based services • Autonomous Transport services • Medical/health services • Education services • Virtual/augmented reality services • Cloud machine/deep learning • SAAS: Software As A Service • PAAS: Platform As A Service • IAAS: Infrastructure As A Service
Telecommunications and the digital society
Economic & industrial strategies • Legal & regulation issues • Sociological & behavioral issues
Security • Trust • Privacy