[Call for Papers] The Special Issue in IET Communications on “Recent Advances on 5G Communications”

IET Communications covers the fundamental and generic research for a better understanding of communication technologies to harness the signals for better performing communication systems using various wired and/or wireless media. This Journal is particularly interested in research papers reporting novel solutions to the dominating problems of noise, interference, timing and errors for reduction systems deficiencies such as wasting scarce resources such as spectra, energy and bandwidth.

Recent Advances on 5G Communicationsclick here to download more information

Specific topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Mm-wave communications
  • Full-duplex communications
  • Energy harvesting communications
  • Non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA)
  • Massive MIMO and cell-free massive MIMO
  • Ultra-dense cellular networks
  • Device-to-device communications
  • Distributed caching in wireless communications
  • Principles, algorithms, and test-bed for telecommunications networks

Advances in Enabling Technologies for Green Communications and Networkingclick here to download more information

Specific topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Green-oriented designs for key technologies of 4G/5G Systems (e.g., ultra dense small cells; massive MIMO; non-orthogonal multiple access; D2D communications; user-centric and content-centric networks; mobile data offloading)
  • Green-oriented designs for key technologies of next generation WiFi (e.g., mm-wave; visual light communications; full-duplex)
  • Green technologies for V2X communications (e.g., DSRC; TVWS; LTE-V; V2V/V2I cooperation optimisations)
  • Green technologies for internet of things (e.g., smart sensing and data aggregation; machine-type communications; relay and cooperative communications for IoT; NB-LTE)
  • Energy harvesting and wireless energy transfer technologies (SWIPT; waveform design and optimization; data and energy beamforming; opportunistic wireless energy harvesting strategies)
  • Green energy management and communications in smart grid (e.g., communication architectures and networking protocols for smart grid with renewable energy integration; delay sensitive and multimedia communications in smart grid; energy and resource management in smart grid with renewable energy integration)

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