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Start Writing Research Paper on Radio over Fiber. Which format should i Follow?

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Dear Members
I am going to start writing my research paper on Radio over Fiber System.
I want to inquire:

1) Which format should i follow. If some some have any format please email me: abdullahbaig.uettaxila@gmail.com
2) Please guide me where i can publish my paper for free Or with with less fee.

please comment the link of sites who are receiving the photonics Conference paper or Journal Paper in coming days
Best Regards

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    • #20147
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      Abdullah Baig
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      Dear Members
      I am going to start writing my research paper on Radio over Fiber System.
      I want to inquire:

      1) Which format should i follow. If some some have any format please email me: abdullahbaig.uettaxila@gmail.com
      2) Please guide me where i can publish my paper for free Or with with less fee.

      please comment the link of sites who are receiving the photonics Conference paper or Journal Paper in coming days
      Best Regards

    • #20149
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      Abdallah Ismail
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      Make 2)instead of 1)
      Then follow the publisher instructions and templates.

      +1
    • #20150
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      Abdullah Baig
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      Sir Thankyou

      Can you tell me the names of some publishers. Actually this is my 1st publication and i do not know well.
      Best Regards

      i Know 1 publisher i-e Springer

    • #20153
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      Abdallah Ismail
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    • #20154
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      Abdallah Ismail
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    • #20155
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      Ibn Aziz
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      Dear ABdullah Baig ,

      if u want to publish in reputable Journals then following are considered as best Journals in Optical and photonics domai;

      JLT (Journal of light Tech)
      PTL (Photonics Tech letter)
      Springer
      Elsevier

      Confrences

      OFC
      ECOC

      P.s Every reputable Journal never takes any sort of money from you.

      Best of luck
      Regards

      +2
    • #20156
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      Abdullah Baig
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      Thanx alot 🙂

    • #20187
      Dr Rk Sethi
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      Abdullah Baig Hi,

      I am fully agree with Mr. Abdallah Ismail suggestion that “follow the publisher instructions and templates”.
      You must read very carefully all the instruction of the journal regarding how paper should be submitted. Negligence of the guidelines of the journal regarding paper submission is an highly effective method for irritating an editor.
      If you can afford, you can go for the paid Journals because they respond faster.
      Also, it is found helpful if you quote some work published in the same journal where you are going to send for publication.
      Start writing your research.
      Regards.

    • #20243
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      Abdullah Baig
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      Sir Thankyou

    • #20245
      Dr Rk Sethi
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      Abdullah Baig Hi,
      Welcome Dear.
      One more thing you must take care of is “Plagiarism”. It is considered academic theft. It may cause penalties, suspension, and even expulsion from the school and university. At present various cases of plagiarism have been reported in academia. So, before submission please run plagiarism checker and do accordingly.
      some of the popular software for the same are:
      TurnItIn, iThenticate, Viper, PlagiarismChecker, Duplichecker etc. from Google you can find the link.
      BEST of luck.
      Regards.

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      K. Esakki Muthu
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      Dear Sethi,

      plagiarism checker u mentioned here is not a free one. can u please suggest a free software

      +1
    • #20307
      Dr Rk Sethi
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      Esakkimuthu Hi,
      Yes, MOST of the plagiarism detector are not free.
      But you, through your institute can ask for the trial version of the same, that will help others also, in the institutes. Subsequently it may be purchased. Because, now each and every institute must take care of “Plagiarism” considered as academic theft. UGC(India) proposed regulations for the awarding of the degree in India that all students must begin using well developed software to detect plagiarism and other form of academic theft. So, university ask for plagiarism report along with the submission. A plagiarism check report is a mandatory requirement. Universities may cause penalties, suspension, and even expulsion.
      Some of the FREE version you can find on the net but they are not useful, because of the limitation imposed on the same.
      Regards.

      +1
    • #20403
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      Anamika Basnotra
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      hello sir
      some of the journals ask for ‘suggested reviewers’. can you explain what does that mean?

    • #20406
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      Ravil
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      Hi Anamika,

      If I understood you point correctly, suggested reviwers are researchers who are working in your field but outside of your research group (who you know). This service is useful from the point of saving your time (when you are waiting for a reviewer’s comments) and helps you to move quickly with your paper…

    • #20411
      Dr Rk Sethi
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      Hi Anamika Basnotra,
      Providing a list of suggested or preferred reviewers will definitely quicken the process, because Journals are always short of reviewers.
      Some authors send names of friends, who they think may be favourable as reviewers from the list of people with sufficient expertise. But these people are unlikely to be chosen to review the manuscript. Finally the editor has to choose the reviews obtained for any given manuscript and determine whether or not they are fair and thorough. The best suggestion is to not avoid mentioning names but pick names that in your opinion can provide good constructive review on your work and not just favourable. Our goal should not be to get our work published; instead it should be to make sure that whatever publishes is the best. If we adopt that approach, then only we will suggest reviewers who have the requisite expertise, regardless of what bias they might hold.
      There are three types of editors:
      – Some editors may be busy / sluggish people just take names and send the paper to them for review.
      – Others think that you provide the list of the favourable people who will likely endorse your paper for non-existent merits, and never send requests to these people.
      – These people rely less and less on these suggestions and look upon them with suspicion and make selections from their own wisdom, understanding and research on the topic.

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