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Over the last few months I've had conversations with authors and reviewers which reveal that some elements of our editorial policy would be well put down in writing for all of us to consider.
With a clearer picture for ourselves, we can better project encouragement to colleagues when we see that they have good material to contribute to the Microwave Journal for publication. I'd like to stress that these views represent my opinion, and as such, I would welcome reader response.
The Microwave Journal is in many ways like the various publications of the IEEE, in that it strives to place new and interesting theories, methods, measurements, etc., that are germane to the microwave engineering field, before its readers in a competent, objective, and accurate fashion.
In fact, our confidential review sheet was modeled by our original editor, Ted Saad, after that used for the MTT Transactions' reviews. Therefore, we have a ready-made model for the technical excellence we seek. It is only necessary to point out the differences between Microwave Journal and IEEE publications such as the Proceedings, MTT, ED and other Transactions.
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