• Publishes original research articles, letters, case reports, reviews/mini-reviews and guest edited thematic issues on various topics related to wireless communications. This is a worldwide journal, accepting high-quality papers all over the world

About The Section

Wireless Communications

Editor(s)

Sheikh J. Ahmad
Department of Electronics and Instrumentation Technology
University of Kashmir
Srinagar
India

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Aims and Scope

The Wireless Communication section of the Current Indian Science publishes refereed articles dealing with original research, reviews, mathematical models, besides experience and management issues of wireless communications. It also investigates theoretical, engineering, and experimental aspects of radio communications, data, voice, images, and multimedia. It allows readers to benefit from experience, problems and solutions described. Regularly addressed issues include: physical layers’ issues for personal communication systems, wireless networks, signal processing techniques for wireless communications, artificial intelligence and RF engineering for communications, design and analysis of protocols, network management and network performance, network services, and service integration, nomadic computing, internets working with cable and other wireless communications, standardization and regulatory issues, specific system descriptions, applications, and user interface, and enabling technologies for wireless communications like 5G and B5G.


This section is not limited to a specific aspect of the field but is instead devoted to a wide range of sub-fields in the area. Submissions in the following areas are of special interest to the readers of this journal:


  • 5G and Cognitive Radios
  • Antenna Propagation and Channel Modelling
  • Applications of AI and ML in IOT
  • Applications of Soft Computing in IOT
  • Artificial Intelligent Internet of Things (AIOT)
  • Beamforming and Smart Antennas
  • Bio-Inspired Algorithms
  • Body Centric and Human-Centric Networks
  • Data Analytics in IOT
  • Device to Device Communications
  • Energy Harvested antennas
  • Energy-Efficient Wireless Networks Architecture for IOT
  • Vehicular Communications
  • Green Communications
  • Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT)
  • IOT and Green Communications
  • IOT and Sensor Networks
  • IOT and Vehicular Communications
  • IOT for Health Care Applications
  • Massive and Ultra-Massive MIMO Systems
  • Metamaterials for Antenna Design
  • Microwave and Millimeter-wave devices and Systems
  • Mobile Radio Communications
  • Reconfigurable Antenna design
  • Signal Processing Techniques for Communications and Antennas
  • Speech and Image processing with special emphasis on 5G and IOT networks