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IEEE ComSoc Publications Dominate Top 5 JCR Ratings for Impact in Telecommunications

IEEE ComSoc Publications Dominate Top 5 JCR Ratings for Impact in Telecommunications
IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) continues to lead in the Thomson Reuters 2013 edition of Journal Citation Reports® (JCR) released in July 2014. JCR is the world's most influential resource for evaluating peer-reviewed publications and the source of the annual Journal Impact Factor. 
 
IEEE publications once again dominate the JCR ratings in the telecommunications subject area. Eight IEEE ComSoc publications are on the top 10, with IEEE Wireless Communications ranking #1 for impact.
 
According to Journal Citation Reports® (JCR), 2013 Science Edition Telecommunications Category, the top 15 publications are (IEEE ComSoc publications marked in red):
 
1. IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine
2. IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials
3. IEEE Communications Magazine
4. IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications
5. IEEE Network
6. IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing
7. IEEE/OSA Journal of Lightwave Technology
8. IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications
9. IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting
10. IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology
11. IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation
12. IEEE Pervasive Computing Magazine
13. IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking
14. IEEE Transactions on Communications
15. IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters
 
IEEE Wireless Communications Tops Citation Rankings for Impact Factor in Telecommunications
IEEE Wireless Communications, Editor-in-Chief, Hsiao-Hwa Chen
 
IEEE Wireless Communications covers technical, policy and standard issues relating to wireless communications in all media (and combinations of media), and at all protocol layers. All wireless/mobile communications, networking, computing and services will be covered. Each issue of this interdisciplinary magazine provides tutorial articles of high quality and depth concerning the revolutionary technological advances in wireless/mobile communications, networking and computing. For those interested in volunteering to be on the IEEE Wireless Communications Editorial Board, please click here.
 
According to the Thomson Reuters 2013 Journal Citation Reports, the impact factor of the IEEE Wireless Communications in 2013 is 6.524 and the 5-years impact factor is 5.123. Thomson Reuters calculates the impact factor of a journal in a given year by dividing the number of articles published in the journal in the preceding two years by the number of citations to those articles from articles indexed in the Thomson Reuters database and published in the given year. 8 out of  top 10 publications in the area of communications technology and science are published or co-sponsored by the IEEE Communications Society.
 
 
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