Información de la Revista
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (JSAC)
https://www.comsoc.org/publications/journals/ieee-jsac
Factor de Impacto:
9.302
Editor:
IEEE
ISSN:
0733-8716
Vistas:
14094
Seguidores:
46

Solicitud de Artículos
Each issue of the IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (J-SAC) is devoted to a specific technical topic and thus provides to J-SAC readers a collection of up-to-date papers on that topic. These issues are valuable to the research community and become valuable references. The technical topics covered by J-SAC issues span the entire field of communications and networking. J-SAC publishes only papers that are submitted in response to a Call-for-Papers. These calls are published in J-SAC issues and other publications of the IEEE Communications Society as appropriate to the subject area of the call. Papers submitted for review for possible publication in a J-SAC issue must be submitted to one of the Guest Editors listed in the Call-for-Papers. 

Recent issue themes included:

    Speech and Image Coding.
    Medical Communications.
    HDTV and Digital Video Communications.
    B-ISDN Applications and Economics.
    Wireless Personal Communications.
    Advances in Satellite Communication.
    Fading Channels and Equalization.
    Spread Spectrum.
Última Actualización Por Dou Sun en 2020-04-15
Special Issues
Special Issue on UAV Communications in 5G and Beyond Networks
Día de Entrega: 2020-10-01

Applications of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have been fast growing during the past few years. However, traditional UAV systems mainly rely on simple direct communication between the UAV and the ground pilot over unlicensed spectrum (e.g., ISM 2.4 GHz), which is typically of low data rate, unreliable, insecure, vulnerable to interference, difficult to monitor and manage, and has very short operation range. To overcome the above limitations, there has been significant interest in integrating UAVs into cellular networks, e.g., 5G networks. On the one hand, UAVs with their own missions could be connected to cellular networks as new aerial users by exploiting advanced cellular technologies and the almost ubiquitous accessibility of cellular networks. On the other hand, dedicated UAVs could be deployed as aerial base stations (BSs), access points (APs), or relays to assist 5G and beyond terrestrial wireless communications from the sky, leading to another paradigm known as UAV-assisted communications. UAV-assisted communications have several promising advantages, such as the ability to facilitate on-demand deployment, high flexibility in network reconfiguration, and high chance of having LoS communication links. Both paradigms are closely related to the 5G commercial scenarios including enhanced mobile broadband (eMBB), massive machine-type communications (mMTC), and ultra-reliable and low latency communications (URLLC), either providing reliable and seamless connectivity for UAVs or leveraging UAVs to enhance the 5G communication capability. In addition, UAV related sensing and computing are also helpful for achieving efficient and reliable communication (e.g. in avoiding coverage holes) as well as smart UAV coordination, positioning, and trajectory design. However, 5G and beyond wireless networks with UAVs are significantly different from conventional communication systems, due to the high altitude and high mobility of UAVs, the unique channel characteristics of UAV-ground links, the asymmetric quality of service (QoS) requirements for downlink command and control (C&C) and uplink mission-related data transmission, the stringent constraints imposed by the size, weight, and power (SWAP) limitations of UAVs, as well as the additional design degrees of freedom enabled by joint UAV mobility control and communication resource allocation. This special issue will focus on key theoretical and practical design issues for both paradigms of cellular-connected UAVs and UAV-assisted wireless communications. Topics of interest in this special issue include but not limited to the following: Channel modeling for UAV-ground and UAV-UAV communications New architectures and communication protocols for cellular-connected UAVs Spectrum management and multiple access schemes for cellular-connected UAVs Interference mitigation for cellular-connected UAVs Cellular systems with coexisting aerial and ground users 3D beamforming for cellular-connected UAVs Massive MIMO/Millimeter wave communications for cellular-connected UAVs 3D aerial base station placement UAV-aided eMBB, MMTC, URLLC Online/offline and machine learning based UAV trajectory optimization Joint trajectory design and resource allocation for UAV-assisted wireless communication Spectrum sharing and coordination between aerial and ground BSs Fundamental tradeoffs in UAV wireless networks Energy-efficient UAV communications UAV swarm in 5G and beyond UAV channel estimation and pilot decontamination UAV meets wireless power transfer, caching, edge computing, etc. Physical layer security and techniques in wireless networks with UAVs Submission Guidelines Prospective authors should submit their manuscripts following the IEEE JSAC guidelines. Authors should submit a PDF version of their complete manuscript to EDAS according to the following schedule: Important Dates Manuscript Submission Deadline: 1 October 2020 First Notification: 1 January 2021 Acceptance Notification: 1 March 2021 Final Manuscript Due: 15 March 2021 Planned Publication: Third Quarter 2021 Guest Editors Qingqing Wu (Lead Guest Editor) National University of Singapore, Singapore Jie Xu Guangdong University of Technology, China Yong Zeng Southeast University, China Derrick Wing Kwan Ng The University of New South Wales, Australia Naofal Al-Dhahir The University of Texas at Dallas, USA Robert Schober Friedrich-Alexander University of Erlangen- Nürnberg, Germany A. Lee Swindlehurst University of California, Irvine, USA
Última Actualización Por Dou Sun en 2020-05-07
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