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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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Interview with Zhipeng Liang

Dr Zhipeng Liang from the University of Electronic Science and Engineering in China, talks to Electronics Letters about the paper ‘Low-Profile Wideband Circularly Polarised Single-layer Metasurface Antenna’. Read more...

sensing the strain

A collaboration of researchers from the Cyprus University of Technology, Clemson University (USA), KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden), and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology describe fibre Bragg grating (FBG) characterisation and inscription in crystalline silicon-core fibre using visible light femtosecond laser pulses… Read more...

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Interview with Zhibin Ren

Professor Zhibin Ren from the Harbin Institute of Technology in China, talks to Electronics Letters about the paper ‘Electro-optic filter based on guided-mode resonance for optical communication’. Read more...

high metal channel

Researchers from the University of South Carolina and Ohio State University in the USA report the first instance of an aluminum-gallium-nitrogen (AlGaN) channel transistor with Al-composition over 80%… Read more...

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