IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications

IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications

"IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications" is published six times a year by the IEEE Communications Society and the IEEE Signal Processing Society. The journal accepts both practical and theoretical papers dealing with new techniques, concepts, experiments and applications concerning all areas of wireless communications.

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