The ITU Journal
on Future and Evolving Technologies (ITU J-FET) is an international journal providing complete coverage of all communications and networking paradigms, free of charge for both readers and authors.
The ITU Journal considers yet-to-be-published papers addressing fundamental and applied research. It shares new techniques and concepts, analyses and tutorials, and learnings from experiments and physical and simulated testbeds. It also discusses the implications of the latest research results for policy and regulation, legal frameworks, and the economy and society. This publication builds bridges between disciplines, connects theory with application, and stimulates international dialogue. Its interdisciplinary approach reflects ITU’s comprehensive field of interest and explores the convergence of ICT with other disciplines.
ITU Journal webinar series
The webinars, open to anyone and free of charge, aim at presenting insights and forward-looking research on future and evolving technologies
Next webinar: "The future of healthcare in the metaverse" with Mihaela van der Schaar, University of Cambridge - postponed to 18 October 2022, at 16h00-17h30 CEST/ 10h00-11h30 EDT
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Regular issue - paper submission
The ITU Journal welcomes submissions at any time, on any topic within its scope. As soon as they get accepted, papers will be continuously published on the ITU website. They will then be bundled into regular issues.
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Special issues - paper submission
the latest articles
Dispersed passive RF-sensing for 3D structural health monitoring
, Abeer Ahmad, Xiao Sha, Akshay Athalye, Samir R. Das, Kelly Caylor, Branko Glisic, Milutin Stanacevic, Petar M. Djuric, Volume 3 (2022), Issue 2, Pages 535-544 - 30 September 2022
- Analysis of spatial scheduling in downlink vehicular communications: Sub-6 GHz vs mmWave, Mehdi Haghshenas, Francesco Linsalata, Luca Barbieri, Mattia Brambilla, Monica Nicoli, Maurizio Magarini, Volume 3 (2022), Issue 2, Pages 523-534 - 30 September 2022
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