International Journal of Telecommunications & Emerging Technologies

ISSN: 2455-0345

Editors Overview

ijtet maintains an Editorial Board of practicing researchers from around the world, to ensure manuscripts are handled by editors who are experts in the field of study.

Focus and Scope

About the Journal

International Journal of Telecommunications & Emerging Technologies [2455-0345(e)] is a peer-reviewed hybrid open-access journal launched in 2015 that focuses on the key infrastructure of society which is telecommunication. the journal is dedicated that to publish only high-quality papers that can make an immediate impact on society and creates interest among the readers. Journal covers almost all aspects of telecommunication and telecommunication research.

Focus and Scope

  • Telecommunications network and structure: Terminal Nodes, Transmission Links, Analog electromagnetic signals, Digital electromagnetic signals, Communication Channels, Networks (LAN, WAN, MAN), Intranets and Extranets, Telecommunications Multiplexing, Signal Compression, and Network Topologies.

  • Network media technologies: Wired Connections, Copper coaxial cable, Copper twisted pair cables, Optical fiber cables, Radio waves, Cell Phone Internet, Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX), and Bluetooth.

  • Design and Management of telecommunication systems: Deep Space

  • Performance Margin, Link Parameter, Noise Spectral Density, Noise Bandwidth, VF (voice frequency), Digital (T-1/T-3, Compressed Video), Strategy, Infrastructure & Product Management Systems, Telecommunication Management Network (TMN) & OSI standards, Service-oriented computing, and Gee-Whiz Factor.

  • Security, Privacy, and Encryption in telecommunication systems: Transport Layer Security (TLS), Real-Time Protocol (RTP), Robust Access Control Lists (ACL), Layer Two Tunneling Protocol (L2TP), Internet Protocol Security (IPsec), Next Generation Network (NGN) Security Framework, Ethics, Privacy, Data protection, Traffic data, SRM Framework, Cipher Systems, VoIP VPN and Bulk encryption.

  • Networking Protocols: Data Transmission, Open Systems Interconnection model (OSI), (DHCP) Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol, DNS: Domain Name System protocol, FTP: File Transfer Protocol, HTTP: HyperText Transfer Protocol, IMAP, and IMAP4: Internet Message Access Protocol, POP, and POP3: Post Office Protocol, SMTP: Simple Mail Transfer Protocol, SNMP: Simple Network Management Protocol, TCP: Transmission Control Protocol, IP: Internet Protocol, Phishing Data, Telnet and Gopher. 

  • Transmission System and Signaling Systems: Transmits Signal, Transmission Medium, Microphone & Speaker, SONET, Internet, Switching Devices, Station, In-band & out-of-band signaling, Compelled signaling, Channel-Associated Signaling, DTMF, SS7 and E and M signaling.

  • Regulatory, standardization, and privatization issues in telecommunications: General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Net neutrality, 5G, Spectrum allocation, 3GPP, Sensors and machine-generated data for IoT, Reducing global mobile energy consumption by using 5G, IP-Based Network Related Standards, MEDIACOM, and TU-T SG.

  • Traffic engineering: PSTN (public switched telephone network), DWDM, OTN, and T-SDN, Signaling traffic, User traffic, Payload, Queuing systems, Loss systems, Quality of service (QoS), Network Planning & Optimization, IP Network Engineering and Bandwidth.

  • Advanced networking: Generalized Processor Sharing (GPS), Transport protocols, Navigation, Telephony, CSIS 430, IMT-Advanced, Ultra Mobile Broadband (UMB), Radio access technologies, and 3GPP.

  • Telematics and Telemetry: Intelligent Transport System, GSM GPRS modem, GPS technology, Black box, CAN-BUS port, Transmission of data, Bioimplantable systems, Voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO), Loop Antenna, Signal Amplitude, and Channel.