High Frequency Electronics maintains an ambitious editorial schedule that delivers valuable information to our readers. By writing an article for us, many of your fellow engineers can benefit from the lessons you have learned!
The general areas of our coverage include the following subject areas:
- High Speed Analog Electronics
- High Speed Digital Electronics
- Radio-Frequency Technology
- Microwave Technology
- mm-wave Technology
- Lightwave Technology
- Communication Systems
We need these types of articles to cover high frequency technology from several different perspectives:
- Fundamental Concepts and Tutorials
- Practical Design Methods
- Advanced Theory
- Design Case Histories
- Components, Modules and Subsystems
- Test and Verification Methods
- Product Development and Application Notes
The advantages of "being published" include peer recognition, evidence of professional development, job advancement and the simple satisfaction of helping other engineers develop their skills. Check with your company — many allow their employees to use company resources to prepare articles, and some offer financial rewards and other recognition for outside publications.
High Frequency Electronics is a professionally-edited trade magazine that will present your work accurately and attractively. With our practical approach to the engineering profession, your work will be read and studied by a wide audience. Many authors have told us they received much more feedback from a magazine article in High Frequency Electronics, compared to papers presented at conferences or published in peer-reviewed academic journals.
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