TitleDevelopment of Free Electron Lasers in Europe Local and Global Implications – 2016
Journal titleInternational Journal of Electronics and Telecommunications
Divisions of PASNauki Techniczne
International Journal of Electronics and Telecommunications (IJET, eISSN 2300-1933, untill 2013 also print ISSN 2081-8491) is a periodical of Electronics and Telecommunications Committee of Polish Academy of Sciences and it is published by Warsaw Science Publishers of PAS. It continues tradition of the Electronics and Telecommunications Quarterly (ISSN 0867-6747) established in 1955 as the Rozprawy Elektrotechniczne. The IJET is a scientific periodical where papers present the results of original, theoretical, experimental and reviewed works. They consider widely recognized aspects of modern electronics, telecommunications, microelectronics, optoelectronics, radioelectronics and medical electronics.
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PublisherPolish Academy of Sciences Committee of Electronics and Telecommunications
IdentifierISSN 2081-8491 (until 2012) ; eISSN 2300-1933 (since 2013)
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