Emerging Trends in Communication

National Seminar


Emerging Trends in Communication

(December 7-8, 2007)

Organized by- Department of Electronics & communication Engineering

Instructions to authors for preparing manuscript for presentation in the National Seminar on “Emerging Trends in Communication,”
Dec. 7-8, 2007
The manuscript in triplicate along with a soft copy on CD / E-mail should be sent to Prof. Risal Singh, Organising Secretary. The format of the manuscript should conform to the following guide lines:
i) Manuscript should be neatly typed in 1.5 spacing on one side of the A-4 size paper with 3cm margin on all sides.
ii) The length of the paper should not exceed seven typed pages including figures and references.
iii) The title of the paper should be immediately followed by the name(s) of the author(s) and affiliation(s).
iv) Abstract of the paper must precede the text of the paper and should not be more than 150 words.
v) Index terms: 3-6 key words describing the content and area of the paper to help in classification to follow the abstract.
vi) Text: the text should be divided into sections, each with a separate heading, normally beginning with “ Introduction” and ending with “Conclusions”.
vii) Mathematical symbols & notations should be clearly defined / described in the text following the use of the symbol.
viii) Drawings if any should be placed in the chronological order with captions either integrated in the text at appropriate locations where the figures are mentioned, or can be placed together on separate sheets at the end of text. The size of the figures should be in the reduced form as normally seen in the published papers in the journals with lettering of 16 point font size.
ix) A few examples of the references of the journals, seminars and books are given below:
P.Gupta and P. R. Kumar, “The capacity of the wireless networks,” IEEE Trans. Inf. Theory, vol 46, no 2, pp. 388-404, Mar. 2001
M.S. Yee, M.S. Randell and Y. Sun, “Comparison study of multi-carrier modulation using iterative methods,’’ presented at the IEEE Vehicular Technology Conf., Milan, Italy, May 2005, pp.123-127
T. S. Rappaport, Wireless Communications: Principles and Practices, 4thed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2004, pp. 270-277.

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