IEEE Communications Letters publishes letters on the frontiers of research within the Field of Interest of the IEEE Communications Society in a timely manner.
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IEEE Communications Letters follows a double-blind review process.
IEEE Communications Letters topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
Ad Hoc, Mesh, and Sensor Networks
Cross-layer Network Design and Analysis
Cognitive Radio Networks
Coding Theory and Applications
Communication and Information Theory
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 and Communications Security
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
Wireless Personal Communications
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