The Mediterranean Journal of Electronics and Communications covers - but not limited to:
Communication system theory; information theory; modulation and coding; Network design, planning, routing and management; Analogue electronics, digital electronics and logic; Power electronics, circuit theory and design; MEMs and microsystems, nanoelectronics; Semiconductor technology, superconducting devices; Antennas and radio wave propagation, microwave technology; Microwave circuits and devices, waveguides and waveguide components; Radar and sonar technology, radio navigation and direction finding;Biomedical electronics and techniques, image processing and recognition, image sensors; Speech processing and coding, adaptive signal processing, filtering; Lasers, optical communication systems , optical fibre networks, optical information processing; Telecommunication, multimedia communication; Mobile communication, mobile radio systems, methods and theory; Satellite communication systems, spread spectrum communication.
Papers may be from the following categories:
Design: Present a complete "how-to" guide. Connect design procedures to first principles. Explicitly state necessary heuristics and limits of applicability. Provide evidence that the procedures are practicable.
Analysis: Clearly develop a fundamental, theoretical analysis of a practice-relevant issue. Explicitly state implications and recommendations for its application. Provide credible examples.
Application: Present the results of new (or under-utilized) techniques or novel applications. Provide a complete description of results, including pilot- or plant-scale experimental data, and a revelation of heuristics and shortcomings.