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Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
  • Please check whether the subject of the article is consistent with the Journal's profile and topics.
  • Please check whether the article has been prepared in accordance with the guidelines contained in the "Author Guidelines" - see below.
  • The article should be linguistically checked by a competent unit (proof reading).
  • To submit an article you will need 5 PDF files: the article and its anonymous version, Declaration of Conflicting Interests, License Agreement and Ghostwriting Declaration signed by the authors.
  • This text has not been previously published elsewhere and has not been offered to any other journal (exceptional cases must be consulted in advance with the Editorial Board).
  • By submitting this text you undertake not to offer it to any other publisher and not to distribute it in any other journal or book edition until I am informed about the rejection or acceptance of my text for publication in JTIT, and in the case of its acceptance – until its publication in JTIT.

Author Guidelines

Journal of Telecommunications and Information Technology (JTIT) is published quarterly since 1999. It comprises original contributions, dealing with a wide range of topics related to telecommunications and information technology. All papers are subject to peer review. Topics presented in the JTIT report primary and/or experimental research results, which advance the base of scientific and technological knowledge about telecommunications and information technology.
JTIT is dedicated to publishing research results which advance the level of current research or add to the understanding of problems related to modulation and signal design, wireless communications, optical communications and photonic systems, voice communications devices, image and signal processing, transmission systems, network architecture, coding and communication theory, as well as information technology.

We encourage submissions from a diverse range of authors from across all countries and backgrounds.

Manuscript
Latex files are preferred and Editorial Office provides a style to prepare the material along with the documentation. We also accept Microsoft Word and PDF files.

The paper with full version and anonymous (blind) PDF version for the blind review process should be submitted by submit the paper.

Click here to download the sample article and Latex template (zip archive). This is best choice for use with WinEDT, TexStudio with MiKTeX software.

Here is the our older template which works well with Overleaf editor.

A typical article is 10 pages long (approximately 6,000 words) and must include the following contents:

Authors' names and affiliations in the following format:
Name and surname, academic title
Position held
ORCID number
E-mail address from the University's domain
Faculty and name of the University
Link to University website
Abstract (150-200 words). The abstract should contain statement of the problem, assumptions and methodology, results and conclusion or discussion on the importance of the results. Abstracts must not include mathematical expressions or bibliographic references.
Keywords related to the content of the article. About four keywords or phrases in alphabetical order should be used, separated by commas.
The content of the article in a typical structure, i.e.: introduction, related work, conducted research, conclusions, references.

Figures, Tables and Photos
Together with the article, please send files with graphics with the highest resolution available, 150 dpi or more in bitmap resolution (jpg, png) and vector (cdr, svg, ps, pdf) formats are welcomed.

References
We use four main citation styles for a journal article, for an Internet article, for a conference paper, and for a book. Below are examples of citations. In each item, the DOI number or link to the PDF of the cited article should be provided.

[1] R.K. Meyers and A.H. Desoky, “An Implementation of the Blowfish Cryptosystem”, 2008 IEEE International Symposium on Signal Processing and Information Technology, 2008 (DOI: 10.1109/IS-SPIT.2008.4775664).

[2] K. Nowicki and T. Uhl, “Ethernet End-to-End”, 1st Edition, Shaker-Publisher, Germany, 2008 (ISBN: 978383832271404).

[3] C. Shorten and T.M. Khoshgoftaar, “A survey on image data augmentation for deep learning”, Journal of Big Data, vol. 6, no. 1, pp. 1–48, 2019 (DOI: 10.1186/s40537-019-0197-0).

[4] S. Wong, et al., “Traffic forecasting using vehicle-to-vehicle communication”, 3rd Annual Conference on Learning for Dynamics and Control, pp. 917–929, 2021 (https://arxiv.org/pdf/2104.05528).

Reviewing Process
The article is initially approved by the Editor-In-Chief and if the decision is positive, is then sent to the reviewers. Depending on the subject of the article, it takes up tp few months. In the next step, reviews are showed to authors who have 2 weeks to correct the article. Finally, the corrected text can be re-presented to the reviewer for reevaluation, which will take another 2 weeks.

As a result,  we are able to send the text for publication in the upcoming issue of Journal.
When the reviews are inconsistent, additional corrections are necessary, or the reviewer expects additional verification because the corrections ordered by the author are insufficient or additional problems arise, the review of the article may be extended by another month or more.

Editorial Work
Positively reviewed and corrected article is next prepared by the editorial office for publication. At the end of this process the author receives an edited version for approval.

Licensing

Manuscript submitted to JTIT should not be published or simultaneously submitted for publication elsewhere. By submitting a manuscript the author grants license to the National Institute of Telecommunications, for the use of the paper in the fields of exploitation: reproducing and fixing the paper, distributing the paper by means of introduction to trade, letting for use or rental of the original or copies, and distributing the paper by means of public exhibition, screening, presentation and broadcast as well as rebroadcast, and making the paper publicly available in such a manner that anyone could access it at a place and time selected thereby, or by making it available in a way not allowing selection of time or place, including by means of Internet or other networks.

The license terms file is available here - click to download. For your convenience, all required documents for publication are also provided here in single file. The License Agreement should be hand-signed by all authors and then scanned into a PDF file and submitted with the article.

Ghostwriting Declaration
We require formal declaration that the process of writing the paper was not influenced by any third party. In the article, all the contributions of other people are clearly indicated. The theories presented, methods used, analysis and research, as well as the copyrights to the drawings, photographs and other figures belong to the authors or are clearly credited in the text. The author must also indicate whether his work has received financial support and if the realization of the whole project was possible thanks to the permission and cooperation with scientific institutions, associations and others.

The ghostwriting formular is available here - click to download. The Ghostwriting Declaration  should be hand-signed by all authors and then scanned into a PDF file and submitted with the article.

Declaration of Conflicting Interests

We require the authors make a Declaration of Conflicting Interests at the time of submission of the article. If there is such a conflict of interest, the authors include an appropriate, detailed information about it in a separate paragraph of the article before the references under the heading Declaration of Conflicting Interests.

For your convenience, all required documents for publication are also provided here in single file

Other Information
The JTIT being an Open Access Journal (OAJ) has no article processing charges (APCs). The published articles can be downloaded freely without any payment.

Fee: there is no publication fee.

Article submission charges: There is no submission charges (ASCs).

Article processing charges: There is no processing charges (APCs). The published articles can be downloaded free of charge.

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