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Introduced in late 2019, TechRxiv, a preprint server for unpublished research in electrical engineering, computer science, and related technology, now has over 150K downloads of preprint papers.

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Please join IEEE for a free live webinar on September 17, 2020 at 12 PM EDT and get an in-depth look at the IEEE Xplore digital library and see helpful features to maximize your research experience.

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IEEE offers free webinars to help universities and organizations adapt to support distance learning and remote work environments, provide tips to help researchers optimize their research time using IEEE Xplore, and to help authors get published and share their research.

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In the September issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, read about how IT's perpetual crisis, the COVID boom in home tech, teaching cars to read body language, detecting the new spyware, aviation batteries, and more.

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Have you read the latest issue of the SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal? The papers cover essential topics in digital video and streaming, such as new compression standards and other important advances in encoding.

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This resource provides a thorough introduction to the principles of electronic circuits operating in the radio, microwave, and millimeter-wave frequency ranges.

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In the August issue of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine, read about how AI will revolutionize forestry, no more zombie satellites, the false crisis in semiconductors, the inside story of the arpanet, why space radios need to be smart, and more.

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What's new in IEEE Xplore? Check out the latest publications and platform enhancements added to the digital library.

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Today's corporations continue to deliver new patented technologies at an ever-increasing pace, and IEEE is by far the most-cited publisher in new patents, according to recent studies by 1790 Analytics LLC.

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Each year, the Journal Citation Reports® (JCR) from Clarivate Analytics examines the influence and impact of scholarly research journals. JCR reveals the relationship between citing and cited journals, offering a systematic, objective means to evaluate the world’s leading journals.
 
The 2019 JCR study, released in June 2020, reveals that IEEE journals continue to maintain rankings at the top of their fields. Read more

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