Authors Guidelines

Journal of Telecommunications (JOT) obtains first international serial rights to any published manuscript in the Journal of Telecommunications.  While every effort is made to preserve the author's (or authors') style, the Journal Editorial Committee and staff reserve the right to edit articles.

Current Impact Factor of the Journal is 0.21

Manuscripts for submission to Journal of Telecommunications (JOT) should be prepared according to the following instructions: 

  • Before submission please make sure that your paper is prepared using the Journal paper template.  This will ensure fast processing and publication.
  • Acceptance or rejection notification will be sent to all authors.
  • Journal of Telecommunications focuses on regular papers, review papers, editorials, and letters to the editor.  Any researchers throughout the world can submit a manuscript if the scope of the manuscript is appropriate.  Manuscripts should be submitted in English, not exceeding 10 double-column pages.
  • Download the paper template. (Submitted papers need to be in MS Word format with file extension.doc)
  • Up to five (5) or more additional pages are allowed if the authors are willing to pay for th over-length charge at the time of publication.
  • There will be a manuscript handling, processing and publication charge for accepted paper, See Publication Charge.

Peer Review Process

All manuscripts are treated as confidential.  They are peer-reviewed by at least two anonymous reviewers selected by the editor.  

The corresponding author is notified as soon as possible of the editor's decision to accept, reject, or request revision of manuscripts.  When the final revised manuscript is determined completely acceptable according to the JOT format and criteria, it will be scheduled for publication in the next available issue.  Rejected papers will not be peer-reviewed again. 

Submit Manuscripts together with the Copyright Form (as email attachments) to:

The Chief Editor
Journal of Telecommunications

Editor JOT,
17 Jul 2012, 04:10