Author guidelines and editorial Board 2017 are updated
Since 1 January 2017 next changes in the author guidelines are appeared. Update version is presented on the cover of the journal Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Zavedenii. Radioelektronika (Russian version of the journal Radioelectronics and Communications Systems) and on the official web-site.
Changes since 2017:
- The reviewing is blind.
- The volume of the paper is determined 12 pages A4, font Times New Roman 12 pt, singe space, all margins 2 cm.
- Information about authors (names, affiliations) is NOT PRESENTED inside the manuscript. Instead of this information the text "Author 1, автор 2, …" has to be printed. All information about authors is presented at the separate sheet as pair "Author 1 = author's information".
- In author's information iD ORCID is added.
- The stage "Face control" (FC), which used for checking of new manuscripts, is added. This stage is inserted after manuscript receiving and before review sending. Articles that did not pass the FC stage are rejected according to formal criteria. The points of FC stage are presented separately.
- Now each figure can be signed.
- The deadline for the copyedit process of the article is 6 months from the date of sending on revision. If this period is exceeded, the article is rejected from the publication by the expiry date.
Next changes by withdrawing and adding in the Editorial Board of the journal Radioelectronics and Communications Systems are presented:
Next members are added:
- S. Y. Martynyuk — PhD, Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, Ukraine
- Robert S. Donnan — PhD, lecturer, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
- R. F. Dubrovka — PhD, Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom
- O. Y. Kaliuzhnyi — prof., Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute, Ukraine
- Oleksiy S. Kim — ass.prof., Denmark Technical University, Denmark
- S. V. Koshevaya — prof., Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos, Mexico
- S. P. Skobelev — Dr., Joint-Stock Company "Radiophyzika", Russian Federation
We congratulate newly adopted members of the editorial board and wish success in their new form of scientific activity.