IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting
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This Transaction serves the broadcast technology profession worldwide by publishing original, high-quality papers that present significant contributions to broadcast technology. Authors need not be a member of the IEEE or of the IEEE Broadcast Technology Society.
The contents of the IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting are intended to be intelligible and interesting to non-specialists as well as to experts in the field of the particular contribution. Accordingly, authors are requested to submit their work beforehand to the scrutiny of a colleague who is not familiar with the details of the work. Constructive feedback from the colleague may indicate areas for improvement if some readers could have difficulty in understanding the author's intentions.
IEEE Transactions on Broadcasting publishes technical papers on all aspects of broadcast technology, which encompasses devices, equipment, techniques, and related systems to deliver broadcast services, including the production, distribution, wired and wireless transmission, propagation aspects and reception.
Printed quarterly with issues in March, June, September and December and mailed to all members of the IEEE Broadcast Technology Society.
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Information on submission of manuscripts for publication in the Transactions is available on the back cover of every issue.
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