International Journal of Research in Wireless Systems (IJRWS) is established to act as a platform for the publication of novel and innovative research pertinent to any dimension of Wireless Technology. The Journal encourages researchers to submit their original, review articles and case studies related to recent advances, trends and futuristic concepts of wireless communications and systems. The Journal accepts both original and review work. However, preference is always give to the former and innovative researches. The Journal also encourages inter-disciplinary research from areas of Electrical Engineering, Electronic Engineering, Computer Engineering, Business and Management, amongst others.


The Journal envisages evolving itself into a research group and research centre, with members stationed all over the world connected through World Wide Web, mainly online conferencing tools. It is for this reason that the Journal has decided to bring in distinguished researchers from the field of Wireless Communications in its Editorial board and Advisory Council.


The Journal would embark on all efforts to quickly establish itself as the most talked about and widely accepted journal in the field of Wireless Communications and Technology. The journal would achieve this goal through certain well- intentioned and well aimed steps. The Advisory council has decided to regularly hold online conferences as part of its Green Initiative Programme to create awareness about the vision and aims of the journal. These conferences would allow young researchers to publish their work at reasonable registration fee and with no travelling costs involved. This option is also ecologically feasible. The presentations would be made online, in a time schedule that would suit the author. The International Journal of Research in Wireless Systems would come out with 4 issues in a year. The Journal would be peer reviewed with a very quick review process. All the submitted manuscripts would be extensively reviewed and the reviewers would ensure that their comments lead to constructive encouragement of the authors. The Advisory Council would organize paper and project competitions in liaison with well established universities, all over the world. The accepted projects and research papers would be published by the Journal. Such an approach would encourage young researchers and would provide them with an excellent opportunity to publish novel and futuristic ideas.