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Intruduction----EuMA - Journal of the European Microwave Association

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The Proceedings of the European Microwave Association is an archival, peer-reviewed publicationappearing 4 times per year. Its mission is to enhance the communication among microwave engineers andresearchers in Europe, neighbouring areas, as well as worldwide. It will be interdisciplinary andapplication oriented, also providing a platform for the European microwave industry.The Proceedings solicit original and review articles in the following areas.
- Applied electromagnetic field theory, including antennas, transmission lines, and waveguides
- Components, including passive structures and semiconductor device technologies
- Analog and mixed-signal circuits
- Systems
- Optical-microwave interactions
- Electromagnetic compatibility
- Industrial applications
- Biological effects and medical applications
The journal will accept the following types of contributions:
- Regular papers, 6-8 printed pages in length, describing significant advances in the relevant field,with detailed information on theory and experiment.
- Short papers, 3 printed pages in length, concisely reporting theoretical and experimental resultswarranting rapid disclosure.
- Industry news, e.g. technical and business developments of general interest to the microwavecommunity.
Both regular and short papers will be peer-reviewed before acceptance for publication.Vacant positions from the microwave industry and academia can be announced in the journal.Manuscript submission and the review process will be fully electronic. For the review process,manuscripts have to be submitted in PDF format. The final production will require LaTeX or Word.Guidelines for Electronic Manuscripts (preparing the final document)Style files and templatesContributions should conform to the following guidelines. EuMA LaTeX style files and a EuMA MS
Word template are available at:
When using Word, please use the equation editor for equations or symbols.
General Instructions
1) Files should be submitted by e-mail.
2) Please note that graphic files must be submitted separately for publication. We do not processgraphics files from text files.
3) Check that your file is complete. Please submit one file that contains abstract, index terms, text,references, footnotes, biographies, and figure captions.4) Please include all necessary contact information, including e-mail address, phone number, faxnumber, and mailing address.
For the most accurate and efficient transfer of your manuscript, especially if it contains extensivemathematics, use the LaTeX typesetting program. Include macros used with your files. If possible, setmanuscript column size to 21 picas (3.5" wide).
Important notes:
- Please do not send PostScript or Acrobat PDF files for publication. Files must be in LaTeX or MSWord format in order to be published.
- If there are graphics in your word processor file, you must also include the graphics separately.Guidelines for electronic graphics files
Acceptable File Formats
All charts, graphs, tables or photographs may be submitted electronically Encapsulated PostScript (EPS)or Tagged Image File Format (TIFF). Graphics submitted in other formats may be. We cannot acceptapplication files that contain graphics i.e., Corel Draw, Microsoft Word.Image Quality of TIFF Files
In order to achieve the highest quality of reproduction, we recommend resolutions of 300 dpi at finalprinted size for line art (graphs, charts, drawing or tables) and for photographs and other grey-scaleimages. Most charts graphs and tables are one column wide (3 1/2 inches or 21 picas) or two-columnwidth (7-1/16 inches, 43 picas wide). We recommend that you avoid sizing figures less than one columnwide, as extreme enlargements may distort your images and result in poor reproduction. Therefore, it isbetter if the image is slightly larger, as a minor reduction in size should not have an adverse affect on thequality of the image.
Using a lower resolution setting than recommended may result in degradation of the printed image.Images prepared for web use with resolution of 72 dpi or lower, will not reproduce correctly and will berejected. Conversely, saving an image at a resolution higher than the recommended settings will notimprove the image quality.Save line art images (graphs, charts, drawing or tables) as black and white images and not grey-scale.Save halftones or photographs and graphics that have combinations of line and tone or shading as greyscale
images, not as black and white images.
Non-Acceptable file formats
Files prepared as GIF, JPEG, and BMP or in any other file formats not listed, are not acceptable and
cannot be processed. Also, please do not embed images in MS Word, since they cannot be extracted.Sizing of Graphics
Font sizes for supplied graphics must be legible if the graphic is reduced in size to one column (3 ½inches or 21 picas wide) or two-column width (7-1/16 inches or 43 picas wide) or as much as a 4:1reduction from the original. The size of all original material should not be larger than 8-1/2 x 11 inches.
Avoid sizing figures to less than one column wide (3 1/2 inches), as extreme enlargements may distortyour images.
Size of Author PhotographsThe final printed size of an author photograph is fixed at exactly 1 inch wide by 1 1/4 inches long (6 picasx 7 1/2 picas). Please ensure that the author photographs you submit are proportioned similarly. If theauthor's photograph does not appear at the end of the paper, then please size it so that it is proportional tothe standard size of 1 9/16 inches wide by 2 inches long (9 1/2 picas x 12 picas).Naming your graphics
Please use lower case letters when naming figures, tables, and author photographs. Figures should containonly the image and not thecaption text. If your figure has multiple parts, please embed callouts to identifyparts of figures, i.e., (a), (b), (c), within the figure. Callouts should be in a Times Roman font with aconsistent point size, avoid mixing point sizes in your graphics.
Figures (line artwork or photographs) should be named fig1.tif, fig2.eps, fig3.ps, and so forth. Please donot give them descriptive names.
Tables should contain only the body of the table and should be named table1.tif, table2.ps, table3.eps, andso forth.
Author photographs-should be named using the first five characters of the author's last name, followed byhe type of file TIF, EPS with the resolution at 300 dpi.
Naming Multiple-Part Figures
It may be necessary for you to combine your figures so that they may be presented in the way that youprefer. Thus, if you want to have an "a part" above a "b part" you should submit two separate graphics
files. Please place the callouts in the figure parts.If you want to have an "a part" next to a "b part" and then a "c part" next to a "d part" then you shouldsubmit two figures. The first graphic will contain parts a and b, and the second graphic will contain parts
c and d. If this graphic were to be figure 1 then you would name them fig1ab.TIF and fig1cd.Compression Methods
Please use zip for file compression.
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