Radio Science publishes original scientific contributions on radio-frequency electromagnetic-propagation and its applications. Contributions covering measurement, modelling, prediction and forecasting techniques pertinent to fields and waves - including antennas, signals and systems, the terrestrial and space environment and radio propagation problems in radio astronomy - are welcome. Contributions may address propagation through, interaction with, and remote sensing of structures, geophysical media, plasmas, and materials, as well as the application of radio frequency electromagnetic techniques to remote sensing of the Earth and other bodies in the solar system.
The journal does not publish papers on propagation in biological media, nor optical phenomena. The journal does not publish papers on the geophysics of space plasmas which are better suited for publication in JGR: Space Physics
Editor in Chief: Phil Wilkinson
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