Apr 11

Journal: Communications and Network

Communications and Network is an international, peer-reviewedopen access, online journal, publishing original research, reports, reviews and commentaries on all areas about Communications and Network. And it has been indexed by several world class databases, such as The Library of Congress, Gale, EBSCO, Proquest, IndexCopernicus, CrossRef, Google Scholar and CSP, etc. For more information, please visit journal homepage: www.scirp.org/journal/cn.

Communications and Network is published by Scientific Research Publishing (SRP:www.scirp.org) which was established in 2007 and currently has more than 100 journals. SRP specializes in the rapid publication of quality peer-reviewed journals across the broad spectrum of science, technology, life science and medicine.

Aims & Scope

  • Algorithms and Programs
  • Cognitive Radio
  • Complexity
  • Cooperative Communications
  • Error Correcting Codes
  • Green Technology
  • High Performance Computing, Grid Computing, Cloud Computing
  • Internet/Intranet Services
  • Mobile and Portable Communications Systems
  • Mobility Networks and Protocols
  • Multi Antenna/User Systems
  • Network Protocol, QoS and Congestion Control
  • Optical Communications
  • Self-Stabilization, Autonomic Computing
  • Source Coding/Data Compression
  • Synchronization
  • Traffic Diagnosis
  • Wired and Wireless Integration
  • Applications and Value-Added Services
  • Communication Protocols
  • Computer and Network Security
  • Data and Information Security
  • Fading/Equalization
  • Hardware and Software System Architecture
  • Internet/Intranet Protocols
  • Location Based Services
  • Mobile Computing Systems
  • Modulation/Signal Design
  • Multimedia Services in Wireless Networks
  • Operations and Management
  • Overlay and Peer-to-Peer Networks
  • Simulation/Analytical Evaluation of Communication Systems
  • Switching and Routing
  • Shared and Transactional Memory, Synchronization Protocols, Concurrent Programming
  • Transmission and Access Systems
  • Wireless Network Design and Performance Evaluation

Editorial Board

Editor in Chief  
Prof.Hamed Al-Raweshidy Brunel University, UK
Editorial Board  
Prof.Photios Anninos Democritus University of Thrace, Greece
Dr.Bharat Bhargava Purdue University, USA
Prof.Ruay-Shiung Chang National Dong Hwa University, Taiwan (China)
Dr.Ai Chen Chinese Academy Of Sciences, China
Dr.Xiaochun Cheng Middlesex University, UK
Dr.Yoon-Ho Choi Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., Korea (South)
Dr.Nagy Ibrahim Elakalashy Minoufiya University, Egypt
Dr.Abdullah Eroglu Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne, USA
Dr.Xiaopeng Fan Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT), China
Dr.Cunqing Hua Zhejiang University, China
Dr.Wiani Jaikla Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, Thailand
Dr.Shanshan Jiang Broadcom Corporation, USA
Dr.Xiaohong Jiang Tohoku University, Japan
Dr.Rami Langar University of Pierre and Marie Curie, France
Dr.Yu Liu HK Applied Sci. & Tech. Research Institute (ASTRI), Hong Kong (China)
Prof.Hussein Mouftah University of Ottawa, Canada
Prof.Jean-Frederic Myoupo University of Picardie-Jules Verne, France
Dr.Lu Peng Louisiana State University, USA
Dr.Xiaojun Wang Dublin City University, Ireland
Dr.Jonathan Wellons Vanderbilt University, USA
Dr.Yong Xiang Deakin University, Australia
Dr.Hsiang-Fu Yu National Taipei University of Education, Taiwan (China)
Prof.Francesco Zirilli Sapienza Universita di Roma, Italy

Benefit of Open Access

For Authors: Gain increased visibility and ultimately a citation advantage.
For Readers: Keep abreast of the professional advancement free of charge.
For Institutions: Minimize the scientific investment on knowledge access
For Academia: Share the knowledge faster and on a larger scale;
Accelerate the development of a given field.
For Society: Minimize the cost and time of information exchange;
Speed up the process of converting scientific results to productive force;
Enable the public to benefit more rapidly from the advance of science and technology;
Narrow the gap between the developed and developing countries.