A Scigen Paper accepted by Journal of Telecommunications

This is REAL!!! The journal we have been tracking down  (Journal of Telecommunications, ISSN 2042-8839, http://sites.google.com/site/journaloftelecommunications/ ) some weeks back since many authors contacted us and inform us that it appears that no review was taking place! All they receive is a registration form some days after they submitted their paper asking them to pay 100 UK Pounds. The journal starts publishing in February 2010.

One of our investigator send them a scigen paper entitled “Towards the Development of Interrupts” and receive after 3 weeks an acceptance email from the journal editor editor.telecommunications@googlemail.com informing him that the paper has been accepted for publication in July 2010.

Below is the email received from the journal:

Dear Sir,

We are please to inform you that your paper has been accepted for publication.

Paper title:
Towards the Development of Interrupts

But note that you will have to format your paper according to the paper template found on the journal website under the page Authors guidelines: http://sites.google.com/site/journaloftelecommunications/authorsguidelines

Please find attached the Paper registration form.

You are requested to print this form, fill in the required information, and send a scan copy of it together with a scan copy of the bank transfer transaction to editor.telecommunications@googlemail.com as proof of payment.

The last date of registration is on Wednesday, 14th July 2010 by 18:00 GMT

Please note that you will have to send the copyright agreement form, find a template on the journal website:  http://sites.google.com/site/journaloftelecommunications/authorsguidelines

Thanks and Regards,
Journal of Telecommunications.

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  • Truth  On July 12, 2010 at 10:42 am

    It is true, no paper is reviewed though they claimed to enforce the “peer-review” process.
    An absolute scam! It is good that the practices of the journal have been disclosed.

  • fakejournals  On July 17, 2010 at 2:55 pm


    After being informed about our fake paper, the journal editor ( editor.telecommunications@googlemail.com ) send us this email:

    “Dear Sir,

    We are sorry, but there has been a mistake.

    Our reviewers contacted us saying that there was a mistake in the review report.


    Your paper is an auto generated paper.

    And in future we will not consider these types of paper for review.

    Journal of Telecommunications”

    • fakejournals  On July 17, 2010 at 2:57 pm

      We wonder what type of review took place initially if ever there was any review activity! You judge.


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  • An absolute scam!  On August 26, 2010 at 7:33 am

    Looking at the website is enough, an absolute scam!



    ISSN 2042-8839

    Volume 4, Issue 2, September 2010
    Performance Diversity Techniques for Wireless Communication System [Full Text]

    Mohammed Aboud Kadhim, School of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Universiti Sains Malaysia
    Dr Widad Ismail, School of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Universiti Sains Malaysia

    Abstract—Diversity is an influential communication receiver technique that provides wireless link enhancement at a relatively low cost. Diversity techniques are used in wireless communications systems to principally to develop performance over a fading radio channel. In such a system, the receiver is provided with multiple copies of the same information signal which are transmitted over two or more real or practical communication channels. Thus the basic idea of diversity is repetition or redundancy of information. The demands for greater capacity and lower transmitted power have historically motivated research .in this paper describe the different receive diversity and compare between them in BPSK modulation and Rayleigh fading channel.


    Wideband Non Linear 3 dB Hybrid Coupler for X-Band Switched Beam Antenna [Full Text]

    Y.K. Ningsih, Department of Electrical Engineering, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia
    M. Asvial, Department of Electrical Engineering, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia
    E,T. Rahardjo, Department of Electrical Engineering, Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia

    Abstract— This paper presents a new wideband 3 dB hybrid coupler for X-band. The proposed wideband 3 dB hybrid coupler has been designed by using non linear arm with exponential impedance taper to achieve a good performance. The proposed hybrid coupler achieved an impedance bandwidth over 22% with coupling coefficient -3.3 dB, isolation coefficient of below -25 dB and reflection coefficient of below -20 dB. The result shows a good performance. To implement the new hybrid coupler, a switched beam antenna is designed. The propose antenna can produce two radiation patterns that can be changed to different beam for reduce the existing interference. Switched beam antenna using a non linear 3 dB hybrid coupler has been design and realization in a single layer substrate, that it has a wideband characteristic. The simulation and measurement results show that the antenna can generate two beams at 20° and 330° with a beamwidth of around 40° at 9 GHz. The return loss of the switched beam antenna can be achieved below -18 dB over a 20% bandwidth with a center frequency at 9 GHz.


    Performance Transmit and Receive Diversity Techniques for Different Modulation Signal [Full Text]

    Mohammed Aboud Kadhim, School of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Universiti Sains Malaysia
    Dr Widad Ismail, School of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Universiti Sains Malaysia

    Abstract—the use of multiple communication paths or channels to achieve efficiency and error protection. The main types of diversity used in communications system one is transmit diversity and the other is receive diversity to exploit multipath effect. Diversity is usually between two antennas and each antenna has one channel. One antenna is at the base station and the other is at the service station. The base stations keeps record of the transmission and receive signal information with each channel. However, there can be many antennas at the base station and the service station. In this paper we have simulated the system by using Transmit Diversity (Space Time Coding) and Receiver Diversity (Maximum Ratio Combining) techniques. Based on the mathematical calculations for different modulation signals.


    The Future Aspects of Wireless Electricity Transmission

    Md. Imran Hossain, Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, Daffodil International University, Dhaka, Bangladesh
    Mohammad Shahidul Islam, Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, Daffodil International University, Dhaka, Bangladesh

    Abstract- This paper refers to that electricity transmission without using wire. To implement this concept, Medium is very essential because electricity means flow of electron from one place to another. In the case of transmission there are some parameters which have to consider such as transmitter, receiver, medium or channel. So when we will be gone to think about wireless electricity transmission we have to consider these terms. Process of transmission, occurring noise during transmission has discussed in this paper. Actually, Wireless electricity is not available in the world now. If it is implemented, real world will change dynamically, but there are many problems behind it. To develop this think, System will be more costly than wired transmission and also biological impact is a major fact. Why can’t electricity be wireless? Here some reasons are showed. However, if all obstacles are overcome, will the electricity transmission be wireless? Yes, it is possible. We want to show that how it can be implemented? So potentially, it is possible but there are probably many challenges ahead. Today, it is still not viable but we never can tell, technology has always done the impossible.

  • Dr.Lee  On June 13, 2011 at 4:30 pm

    ETRI big false and scam journal

    This is a journal and Hmiy Zataivp and publishing for a price to pay Elmejrrin an interview published research and anti-false and attributed to people Akharrin this magazine is not credible

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    insightful funny report ETRI big false and scam journal
    Dr. Yun, Dec 14th, 2010 @ 2:52am
    Yes I agree rai this journal is scam and false

  • Dr.Lee  On June 17, 2011 at 3:32 am

    New scam and fake papers of ETRI journal

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  • Dr. Markus  On June 17, 2011 at 4:30 am

    IEEE Communications Letters very scam journal
    Dr. Markus,
    Vol.15 No.5
    May 2011


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