The IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques is published monthly with a focus on that part of engineering and theory associated with microwave/millimeter-wave technology and components, electronic devices, guided wave structures and theory, electromagnetic theory, and Radio Frequency Hybrid and Monolithic Integrated Circuits, including mixed-signal circuits, from a few MHz to THz.
The IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques is the preeminent publication concerning RF and microwave technology, with an Impact Factor of 3.599 and an acceptance rate of 35%. The average days from submission to first decision is 41 days and the average time from submission to online publication (in IEEEXplore) is 20.2 weeks.
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Important News about ORCID (all authors please read):
Effective July 2016, IEEE will require an Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID) for all authors (including coauthors!). ORCID is a persistent unique identifier for researchers and functions similarly to an article’s Digital Object Identifier (DOI). ORCIDs enable accurate attribution and improved discoverability of an author’s published work. The author will need a registered ORCID in order to submit a manuscript or review a proof in this journal.
Follow these steps to link a ScholarOne account to a registered ORCID:
- Login to ScholarOne and click on your name in the top right corner of the screen.
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- In the ORCID section at the top of the page, click the appropriate link to either register for a new ORCID or associate the account with an existing ORCID.
- A new page will open to create and/or validate your ORCID. Once the validation is complete, the new page will close and you will return to ScholarOne.
- Save the changes to your ScholarOne user account.
Authors who do not have an ORCID in their ScholarOne user account will be prompted to provide one during submission. To learn more about ORCID, please go to http://orcid.org/about, or http://orcid.org/faq-page
THE MICROWAVE PRIZE
The Microwave Prize is the oldest award granted by the Microwave Theory and Techniques Society, dating back to 1955. The Microwave Prize recognizes the author(s) of the paper, published in any official IEEE publication during the calendar year but historically selected from the IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, that is judged to be the most significant contribution in the field of interest of the MTT Society. All past Microwave Prize papers can be viewed here.
- Mini Special Issue on the 2021 IEEE RFIC Symposium: Authors of all papers relevant to topics of interest of T-MTT presented at RFIC 2021 are invited to submit an expanded version of their papers to the Mini-Special Issue. The deadline for paper submission is November 7th, 2021. But in order to parallelize editor and author activities, authors who plan to submit to the special issue should notify the Guest Editor by September 19th, 2021. If authors decide to participate after this September 19th deadline, please contact the Guest Editor immediately. Guest Editor: Prof. Jennifer Kitchen, Arizona State University, USA. Please see the Call for Papers for more details.
- Special Issue on AI and Machine Learning Based Technologies for Microwaves: This special issue is scheduled for publication in August 2022, submission due date is February 26th, 2022. Guest Editors: Prof. Q.J. Zhang. Please see the Call for Papers for details.
- Mini Special Issue on the 2022 IEEE Radio & Wireless Week (RWW 2022): Authors of all papers relevant to topics of interest of T-MTT presented at RWW 2022 are invited to submit an expanded version of their papers to the Mini-Special Issue. This mini special issue is scheduled for publication in October 2022, submission due date is March 15th, 2022. Guest Editors: Prof. Changzhi Li, Texas Tech University, USA, Prof. Changzhan Gu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China. Please see the Call for Papers for details.
- Mini Special Issue on the 2022 IEEE International Symposium on Phased Array Systems and Technology (Array 2022): Authors of all papers relevant to topics of interest of T-MTT presented at Array 2022 are invited to submit an expanded version of their papers to the Mini-Special Issue. This mini special issue is scheduled for publication in May 2023, submission due date is November 15th, 2022. Guest Editor: Kenneth E. Kolodziej, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, USA. Please see the Call for Papers for details.
Special Issues of the Transactions focus on themes of current interest. If you have suggestions for Special Issues send your comments to the Editors (with “Special Issue” in the subject line).