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Communications

A section of Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220).

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Communications technologies are indispensable in bridging various local and distributed sensors with diverse industrial and consumer applications, which are increasingly dependent on data analytics for decision-making and system operation.

The Communications Section publishes original peer-reviewed papers covering all aspects of the communications field, including but not limited to the design, implementation and theoretical analysis of wireless communication/optical communication/satellite communication systems, signal processing techniques, networking, data analytics, system operation and emerging communication technologies.

Potential Topics:

  • Wireless communications;
  • 5G/6G communication systems;
  • Sensor and ad-hoc networks;
  • Intelligent communications and networking;
  • Ultra reliability and low latency communications;
  • Machine communications;
  • Communication theory;
  • Communication protocol design;
  • Communication network security;
  • Data analytics and intelligent network operation;
  • Edge networks;
  • Electromagnetic/radio wave propagation;
  • Body-area networks;
  • Millimeter-wave/terahertz communications;
  • RFID (radio frequency identification);
  • Vehicular communications;
  • Satellite communications;
  • UWB (ultra-wideband) communications;
  • Optical communications;
  • Software-defined radio and software-defined networking;
  • MIMO/NOMA communications;
  • Emerging communication technologies.

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