You are here

IEEE Communications Letters

About IEEE Communications Letters

IEEE Communications Letters provides researchers with an ideal venue for sharing their newest results in a timely manner. Every month this journal publishes 20-25 short (up to 4 pages) high-quality contributions on the theory and practice of communications. Submissions are reviewed by experts and evaluated by the editorial board. Accepted manuscripts experience an average span of 6 months from submission to publication.

For those interested in volunteering to be on the IEEE Communications Letters Editorial Board, please click here.

Heinrich Hertz Award for Best Communications Letters - Given to an outstanding manuscript published in IEEE Communications Letters during the previous 3 calendar years

IEEE Communications Letters introduces the double-blind review process

IEEE Communications Letters topics include, but are not limited to, the following:

Ad Hoc, Mesh, and Sensor Networks
Channel Equalization
Cross-layer Network Design and Analysis
Cognitive Radio Networks
Coding Theory and Applications
Communication and Information Theory
Grid Networks
Heterogeneous Networking
Intranets and Extranets Internet Applications: P2P, Multimedia, Multicasting
MAC, Routing, and Congestion Control Protocols
MIMO and MIMO-aware PHY/MAC/NET Protocols
Modulation and Signal Design
Mobile and Wireless Networks

Multiplexing and Carrier Techniques
Multiple Access Techniques
Network Coding
Network and Communications Security
Optical Communications
Speech, Image, and Video Communications
Spread Spectrum Communications
Storage Area Networks
Support for Quality-of-Service
TCP/IP Protocol Design and Analysis
Traffic Modeling and Control
Ultra-wideband Communications
Wireless Personal Communications