About the Journal
The National Journal of Antennas and Propagation is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original theoretical and applied papers on all aspects of Communications, Antenna, Propagation and networking technologies.
The topics to be covered include but are not limited to:
Antenna analysis and design, antenna measurement control and testing, smart reconfigurable and adaptive antennas and multiple antenna systems for spatial, polarization, pattern and other diversity applications, novel materials for enhanced performance,
Propagation, interaction of electromagnetic waves with discrete and continuous media, radio astronomy and propagation and radiation aspects of terrestrial and spacebased communications, theoretical and computational methods of predicting propagation and sensing, propagation and sensing measurements in all media, interaction of electromagnetic waves with biological tissue, characterization of propagation media and applications of propagation, multipath interference, channel modeling and propagation.
Communications and Information theory, multimedia signal processing, communication QoS and performance modelling, cross-layer design and optimization, communication software and services, protocol and algorithms for communications, communication network security, cognitive radio communications and networking, hardware architecture for communications and networking, emerging communication technology and standards, communications layers, internet protocols, internet telephony and VoIP, fading channel, mobile systems, services and applications, indoor communications and WLAN; superhighways, interworking and broadband VPN, spread spectrum communication.