Journal of Radars

Jointly sponsored by the Institute of Electronics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IECAS), and the China Radar Industry Association (CRIA), this Open Access journal is a high-end academic exchange platform, promoting and leading the science and technology development in radar field.

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Journal of Radars



Journal of Radars, founded in 2012, jointly sponsored by the Institute of Electronics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IECAS) and the China Radar Industry Association (CRIA), aims at a high-level academic journal and exchange platform, promoting and leading the development of science and technology in radar field. 

Journal of Radars focuses on theory, originality, and forward-looking, including radar theory, radar mechanism, radar system, synthetic aperture radar, ladar, radio propagation, position and navigation, signal and information processing, radar application, etc., and publishes papers both in Chinese and English. 


Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Radars is an Academician Wu Yirong, director of the IECAS, and the 79 members of editorial committee come from famous research institutions in radar field, including the State Top Scientific and Technological Award winner Academician Wang Xiaomo.

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Journal of Radars persues high-level, excellent service, and fast publication. The special services include: the final decision will be given within two months, the accepted papers will be published online within one month, and the published papers will be recommended through email, etc. to promote the visibility among the target readers.

Journal of Radars has been indexed by Chinese Science Citation Database (CSCD) since 2013, its impact factor ranks first in the catergory of "electronic technology, communication technology" in 2014; and has been cited in Chinese Scientific and Technical Papers and Citations Database (CSTPCD) in 2015.




Open Access Statement

In order to facilitate the spread of articles, Journal of Radars is committed to real and immediate open access for academic work, all articles are free to access immediately from the date of publication. Journal of Radars does not charge readers to download articles.

Journal of Radars also operates under the Creative Commons Licence CC-BY-NC-ND. This allows for the reproduction of articles, free of charge, for non-commercial use only and with the appropriate citation information. All authors publishing with us accept these as the terms of publication. Please note that copyright of the content of all articles and reviews remains with the designated author of the article or review.


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