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Williams Paul Nwadiugwu and Dong-Seong Kim, "Ultrawideband Network Channel Models for Next Generation Wireless Avionic Systems", (Peer-Revision), IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, 2019.
By : Williams
Date : 2019-03-31
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"Ultrawideband Network Channel Models for Next Generation Wireless Avionic System"

Dear Prof. Kim:

On behalf of the IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems (TAES), I am pleased to accept your above referenced manuscript for publication. Instructions for uploading the Final Submission Package are provided below, and your timely response will minimize publication delays. Please incorporate any minor revisions as requested by the reviewers and/or Associate Editor before uploading the Final Submission Package.

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Thank you for your contribution to the IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems.

Sincerely,

Professor Roberto Sabatini
Technical Editor
IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems
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Reviewer #1 (Remarks to the Author - Is the title appropriate, such that someone doing related research would discover this article in an automated search, such as via IEEEXplore?):

YES

Reviewer #1 (Remarks to the Author - Does the manuscript list appropriate and relevant key words, and are these also included in the abstract?):

YES

Reviewer #1 (Remarks to the Author - Are the citations sufficient for the depth and/or breadth of the paper, and do the authors reference recent Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems (T-AES) manuscripts? (Note that inclusion of T-AES citations is not necessarily a requirement for publication, but a lack of citations can be an indicator that the paper does not fall within the scope of the journal.)):

YES

Reviewer #1 (Remarks to the Author - Does the introduction state the purpose of the paper?):

YES

Reviewer #1 (Remarks to the Author - Is the significance of the paper explained relative to previous work?):

YES

Reviewer #1 (Remarks to the Author - Is the paper clearly written and well organized?):

YES

Reviewer #1 (Remarks to the Author - Briefly, describe the contribution of the paper.):

Ultrawideband Network Channel Models for Next Generation Wireless Avionic System: It is expected to be platform for future advancement in the aviation industry.

Reviewer #1 (Remarks to the Author - Suggestions for improving the paper.):

IT IS ACCEPTABLE AS IT IS


Reviewer #3 (Remarks to the Author - Is the title appropriate, such that someone doing related research would discover this article in an automated search, such as via IEEEXplore?):

Yes.

Reviewer #3 (Remarks to the Author - Does the manuscript list appropriate and relevant key words, and are these also included in the abstract?):

Yes.

Reviewer #3 (Remarks to the Author - Are the citations sufficient for the depth and/or breadth of the paper, and do the authors reference recent Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems (T-AES) manuscripts? (Note that inclusion of T-AES citations is not necessarily a requirement for publication, but a lack of citations can be an indicator that the paper does not fall within the scope of the journal.)):

Yes. There are 2.

Reviewer #3 (Remarks to the Author - Does the introduction state the purpose of the paper?):

Yes.

Reviewer #3 (Remarks to the Author - Is the significance of the paper explained relative to previous work?):

Yes.

Reviewer #3 (Remarks to the Author - Is the paper clearly written and well organized?):

Yes.

Reviewer #3 (Remarks to the Author - Briefly, describe the contribution of the paper.):

1- Introduction of a novel cooperative relay selection scheme in IR-UWB for adaptive wing system of a Boeing 787 aircraft.
2- Introduction of an algorithm to determine the timing constraints of switches for real-time analysis in an avionic
systems technology for relay nodes, in which the worst case switching delay must be predictable for all packet delivery.


Reviewer #4 (Remarks to the Author - Is the title appropriate, such that someone doing related research would discover this article in an automated search, such as via IEEEXplore?):

Yes

Reviewer #4 (Remarks to the Author - Does the manuscript list appropriate and relevant key words, and are these also included in the abstract?):

Yes

Reviewer #4 (Remarks to the Author - Are the citations sufficient for the depth and/or breadth of the paper, and do the authors reference recent Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems (T-AES) manuscripts? (Note that inclusion of T-AES citations is not necessarily a requirement for publication, but a lack of citations can be an indicator that the paper does not fall within the scope of the journal.)):

Yes

Reviewer #4 (Remarks to the Author - Does the introduction state the purpose of the paper?):

Yes--good job.

Reviewer #4 (Remarks to the Author - Is the significance of the paper explained relative to previous work?):

Acceptable.

Reviewer #4 (Remarks to the Author - Is the paper clearly written and well organized?):

Acceptable.

Reviewer #4 (Remarks to the Author - Briefly, describe the contribution of the paper.):

This was done in a previous review.

Reviewer #4 (Remarks to the Author - Suggestions for improving the paper.):

This was done in a previous review.