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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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5-year Impact Factor: 1.119 
CiteScore: 1.350
SNIP: 0.882
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Highlights from the issue

Interview with Pouya Bolourchi

Dr Pouya Bolourchi from Final International University, Turkey, talks to Electronics Letters about his paper ‘Entropy score based feature selection for moment based SAR image classification’. Read more...

printing conductive plastics

Researchers at Loughborough University, UK, have been looking at how 3D printed conductive plastic materials respond to strain, and how this should influence design of printed electronic components like sensors… Read more...

miniaturised robotic flapping

A self-folding, light-weight piezoelectric-driven micro-air vehicle with flexible bionic flapping wings is presented by researchers at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China… Read more...

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Interview with Mirhamed Mirmozafari

Mirhamed Mirmozafari from the University of Oklahoma, USA, talks to Electronics Letters about his paper ‘A Highly Isolated Crossed Dipole Antenna with Matched Copolar Beams’. Read more...

ferroelectric beam-steering antenna

A miniaturised antenna array on a ferroelectric substrate with extraordinary beam-steering capabilities at low applied voltages has been developed by researchers in Romania and Ireland… Read more...

measuring flying drones

Researchers at the Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology in Korea, are developing a way to use W-band Doppler radar to extract geometrical features of drones in flight as an aid to identifying them… Read more...

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