IEEE Communications Letters publishes high-quality short papers that are focused on theoretical and experimental advances in the general area of communications.
IEEE Communications Letters is committed to ensure a timely, rigorous, and unbiased peer-review process for all submitted manuscripts. IEEE Communications Letters follows both a regular and a double-blind review process.
Papers published in IEEE Communications Letters are eligible for the Heinrich Hertz Award for Best Communications Letters, which is given to an outstanding manuscript published in IEEE Communications Letters during the previous 3 calendar years.
IEEE Communications Letters has a broad scope that spans all fields of interest of the IEEE Communications Society.
IEEE Communications Letters topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
Cross-layer Design and Analysis
Cognitive Radio Systems and Communications Coexistence
Coding Theory and Applications
Communication and Information Theory
Communication Protocol Design and Analysis
Communication System Performance
Device-to-device and Relay-based Communications
Full-duplex Wireless Communications
Interference Management and Suppression
Green and Energy Harvesting Communication Systems
Heterogeneous Communication Systems
MAC, Routing, and Congestion Control
Machine Learning for Communication Systems
MIMO and Massive MIMO Systems
Millimeter Wave Communications
Modulation and Signal Design
Mobile and Wireless Communication Systems
Nano- and Molecular Communications
Physical Layer Security, Information- and Communication-theoretic Aspects of Security
Radio Navigation and Location Estimation
Smart Grid Communications
Speech, Image, and Video Communications
Spread Spectrum Communications
Traffic Modeling and Control
UAV and Space Communications
Underwater and Underground Communications
Wireless Personal Communications
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