The International Journal of
Microwave and Optical Technology (IJMOT) provides a common platform to
disseminate the original research work and invited tutorials in the area of
microwave technology, microwave photonics and optical technology. It is
completely online journal. Manuscripts are solicited to cover the original
theoretical and /or experimental work in the areas of microwave technology,
optical communications and emerging area of microwave photonics. The topics of interest include the following but not limited to::
Microwave propagation, Transmission lines and Antenna Systems, Microwave Devices, Components, Systems, sources and new technologies, Wireless RF components and systems, millimeter / sub-millimeter wave systems, Components and Techniques, Optical fibers and Cables, Optical sources, Detectors, Switches and Connectors, Optoelectronics, Integrated optics, Optical systems & networks, optical communication and new technologies, Infrared and laser technologies, Free space optical communication, Optical sensors, Microwave photonics, Band gap materials and devices based on this technology, Photonics antenna systems and optically controlled devices, MEMS and Nanotechnology, other related topics.
The selected papers of the biennial "International Symposium on Microwave and Optical Technology (ISMOT)" are published in the journal as special issue.
Readership: Researchers, scientists and engineers working in the field of electro magnetics, microwaves, microwave communications, all the areas of optical technology, microwave photonics/band gap materials and photonics antenna systems & devices. The IJMOT publishes full length papers and short communications with wide audience all over the world. The engineering and physics libraries of the universities, research laboratories and related industries are very much interested in this type of journal.
We are pleased to inform our authors/subscribers that IJMOT is now indexed by SCI(request submitted), SCOPUS, Google, EI-Compendex (request submitted), EBSCO, ISI, Elsevier and Media Finder. We are contacting other indexing agencies also in this regard.