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Online ISSN 1350-911X
Print ISSN 0013-5194

Electronics Letters is an internationally renowned peer-reviewed rapid-communication journal that publishes short original research papers every two weeks. Its broad and interdisciplinary scope covers the latest developments in all electronic engineering related fields including communication, biomedical, optical and device technologies. Electronics Letters also provides further insight into some of the latest developments through special features and interviews.

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Highlights from the issue

Inside View

Researchers at the University of Kent, UK, have used 3D printing techniques to manufacture a circularly polarised patch antenna. Their combination of techniques results in an effective antenna for a relatively low cost. One of the members of the team, Benito Sanz-Izqierdo, told us more about the work as well as other related projects at the university. Read more...

Interview with Giovanny Sanchez Rivera

Dr Giovanny Sanchez Rivera is a researcher at the Instituto Politecnico Nacional in Mexico City, Mexico. In this interview he discusses his research interests and new Electronics Letters paper, ‘First steps towards a memory processor unit architecture based on SN P systems’. Read more...

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Graphene Enhanced Fibre Laser

A passively harmonic mode-locked (HML) fibre laser with a low pump threshold and high super-mode noise suppression using a graphene-based saturable absorber has been produced using a process designed to be easily repeatable. Read more...

Interview with Ken Foster

Professor Ken Foster is a professor of Bioengineering at the University of Pennsylvania, USA. In this interview he discusses his research and new Electronics Letters paper, ‘Thermal Response of Tissue to RF Exposure from Canonical Dipoles at Frequencies for Future Mobile Communication Systems’. Read more...

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