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Proc. Institute of Radio Engineers

Proceedings of the IEEE  
Former name(s) Proceedings of the IRE
Abbreviated title (ISO 4) Proc. IEEE
Discipline Electrical engineering, electronics, computer technology
Language English
Edited by Robert J. Trew
Publication details
Publisher Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
Publication history 1913-present
Frequency Monthly
Impact factor
(2011)
6.810
Indexing
ISSN LCCN CODEN IEEPAD
OCLC number 807623131
Links
  • Journal homepage
  • Online access

The Proceedings of the IEEE is a monthly peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). The journal focuses on electrical engineering and computer science. According to the Journal Citation Reports, the journal has a 2011 impact factor of 6.810, ranking it second out of 245 journals in the category "Engineering, Electrical & Electronic".[1]

History of the Proceedings

The journal was established in 1909, known as the Proceedings of the Wireless Institute. Six issues were published under this banner by Greenleaf Pickard and Alfred Goldsmith. Then in 1911 a merger between the Wireless Institute (New York) and the Society of Wireless Telegraph Engineers (Boston) resulted in a society named the Institute of Radio Engineers (IRE).

In January 1913 newly formed IRE published the first issue of the Proceedings of the IRE. Later, a 1000 page special issue commerated the IRE's fiftieth anniversary in May 1962. One of the founding editors, Alfred Norton Goldsmith, tallied 42 years as the first editor-in-chief. When the IEEE was formed in 1963 as a merger of IRE and the American Institute of Electrical Engineers, the journal obtained its current name.[2][3]

Abstracting and indexing

This journal is indexed by the following services:[4][5]

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