Kotelnikov Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics of Russian Academy of Sciences

JOURNAL OF RADIO ELECTRONICS

(zhurnal radioelektroniki)

online journal, eISSN 1684-1719

Editor-in-chief academician Yu.V. Gulyaev

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INFORMATION FOR AUTHORS
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Russian page)

To consider the possibility of open publication of the manuscript, the Authors must send an expert opinion on the possibility of open publication with a set of pages, tables, compilation and a cover letter from the organization indicating the contact information of the responsible person (for example, curator, director, deputy director of the institute).

1. "Journal of Radio Electronics" publishes research articles, containing original results as well as review articles on the most actual problems of radio electronics. Review articles are ordered by the editorial board. Subject of the articles should correspond to the thematic sections of the journal:

2. The submitted article must contain the following information:

  • UDC codes (only for the Russian part)

  • title of the article - in Russian and English;

  • surnames, names and patronymics (in full) of the authors - in Russian and English;

  • names of institutions where the authors work (without legal form and without abbreviations) - in Russian and English;

  • postal addresses (with index) of the institutions where the authors work - in Russian and English;

  • ORCID and other author codes (SPIN, Scopus ID, Researcher ID), if they are registered;

  • keywords - in Russian and English;

  • abstract - in Russian and English (see item 3);

  • the full text of the article (in Russian, English or both languages) should be structured into sections: introduction (relevance, statement of the problem), the main content of the work, divided into numbered parts, conclusion, thanks (funding). You can use media files. In this case, they are sent separately, and the place where they should be used is indicated in the text of the article;

  • bibliographic list:
    "Reference": a list that lists the sources in the original language, after the title of the material, separated by a space in square brackets, the translation into English of the title of the article if it has not been translated into English (links to articles that have an official translation into English, given in English only);

  • the name of the section in which the article can be placed;

  • expert opinion on the possibility of publishing in the open press as a separate file.

You can use media files. They are sent separately with an indication of the appropriate place in the text.

3. The abstract should contain a clear statement of the purpose, methods and main results of the work. It is not allowed to use formulas, references to literature, first introduced terms and abbreviations in the annotation. The size of the abstract is approximately 250 words. The abstract should be informative (do not contain general words that increase the volume) and structured (reflect the goals, methods, main content and results of the work). The authors should pay special attention to the translation of the abstract into English. The translated abstract is the main source of information about the article for foreign readers, so it must be written in good English. An English abstract should not be a literal translation ("tracing paper") from a Russian one. It is this translation that is obtained when using translation programs, for example, Google Translate. Complex Russian grammatical constructions, which are not typical for the English language, are translated by these programs with gross errors. It is better to replace such sentences with several short ones and translate without using programs. When writing an abstract in English, use the style of scientific English publications.

4. Formatting the article.

The article must be formatted in a template and correspond to its structure. Articles that are not made in the template and do not comply with the formatting rules are not accepted for consideration.

You can find the template here.

Links to DOIs and URLs of sources should be made in the form of a hyperlink (open in a new browser window).
DOI in bibliographic lists is indicated in full (https://doi.org/.....)
Formulas are centered, numbered in parentheses, on the right side of the page. Figures and captions to them are also located in the center of the page.
Lists of cited literature are given in the order in which the sources are mentioned in the text. The list of references includes mainly peer-reviewed sources: articles in scientific journals and monographs. We strongly do not recommend using textbooks, study guides, abstracts and dissertations as literary references. Reference numbers in the text of the article are enclosed in square brackets.

Making a link to the source in "References" in accordance with " 7.0.100-2018" (in Russian) or using the Google (Goggle Scholar) website. In the search bar, enter the authors and the name of the source, click search, find the desired source in the results, click on the "Cite" ("" in Russian) button and then right-click on the citation according to GOST (), the citation will be highlighted and it must be copied and pasted into the bibliography. Below is a video instruction (in the absence of the necessary information for the correct design of the link, we kindly ask you to use 7.0.100-2018):

After that comes information about the authors: full name and available codes - ScopusID, ResearcherID. ORCID, SPIN.


5. The authors comply with the ethical standards adopted by the international scientific community. see the "Responsibility of Authors" section on the "Publishing Ethics" page.


6. Articles are accepted by the editors by e-mail: journal@cplire.ru.


7. Articles sent to the editors are reviewed in accordance with the established procedure.


Zhurnal radioelektroniki - Journal of Radio Electronics, 1998-2023