Journal of Electronic & Information Systems publishes original research papers that offers professional review and publication to freely disseminate research findings in areas of IT applications, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Circuits and Systems , information and control, Data Management and Processing, and Human–Computer Interaction etc. The Journal focuses on innovations of research methods at all stages and is committed to providing theoretical and practical experience for all those who are involved in these fields.

Journal of Electronic & Information Systems aims to discover innovative methods, theories and studies in its field by publishing original articles, case studies and comprehensive reviews.

The scope of the papers in this journal includes, but is not limited to:

  • Mobile applications for development
  • Diverse Communications options including optical, acoustic and radio
  • AI, Machine learningand Human–Computer Interaction
  • Systems Engineering (applied to data, information and intelligence challenges)
  • Analogue Integrated Circuits, Digital Integrated Circuits, Digital System Design
  • Distributed Circuits and Systems, Distributed Sensor Networks and Systems
  • VLSI Systems and Applications
  • Circuits and Systems for Communication and Computing
  • Complex Network Systems
  • Nondestructive Testing
  • Control System Analysis and Design
  • Information System Theory and Applications
  • Data Management and Interoperability, Data Processing
  • Spectral Analysis, Filtering, Pattern Recognition
  • Analogue and Digital Signal Processing
  • Image Processing, Optical and Ultrasonic Imaging

Vol. 5 , Iss. 1 (November 2023)


  • Underwater Image Enhancement Using MIRNet

    Thamarai Muthusamy, S P Aruna, Kamesh Sonti, P.Sudheer Chakravarthi

    Article ID: 5600    DOI:

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    In recent years, enhancement of underwater images is a challenging task, which is gaining priority since the human eye cannot perceive images under water. The significant details underwater are not clearly captured using the conventional image acquisition techniques, and also they are expensive. Hence, the quality of the image processing algorithms can be enhanced in... More

  • Introduction to Thermo-Photo-Electronics

    Stanislav V. Ordin

    Article ID: 5580    DOI:

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    Building the foundations of Thermo-Photo-Electronics became possible only after the correction of thermodynamic errors in the traditional theory of semiconductor Electronics and Photo-Electronics. It is these errors that determined the output of the asymptotics of the operating parameters of semiconductor electronic devices, in particular, both the saturation of the limiting clock frequency of processors, and... More

  • The Theory on Thing’s Limits. Part 2: A Brief Analysis of the New Knowledge of Newton’s First Law

    Jian Ding

    Article ID: 5548    DOI:

    173  (Download)


    According to the norm of identifying truth in this theory, and Newton’s first law as a basis that can look at the overall situation, and by virtue of the electron storage ring as an experimental fact, it is pointed out: Only in reality can there be inertia. Inertia represents the continuity of the development of... More

  • The Refractive Effect of k-Factor on Radio Propagation over Lokoja, Nigeria

    Akinsanmi Akinbolati, Florence N. Ikechiamaka, Akogwu O. Isaiah

    Article ID: 5583    DOI:

    73  (Download)


    The effective earth radius factor (k-factor) has a refractive propagation effect on transmitted radio signals thus making its study necessary for the proper planning of terrestrial radio links and power budget. This study was carried out over the city of Lokoja, Nigeria, using ten years (2011 to 2020) atmospheric data of temperature, pressure and humidity... More

  • An Improved Power Efficient Clock Pulsed D Flip-flop Using Transmission Gate

    B. Syamala, Thamarai Muthusamy

    Article ID: 5574    DOI:

    128  (Download)


    Recent digital applications will require highly efficient and high-speed gadgets and it is related to the minimum delay and power consumption. The proposed work deals with a low-power clock pulsed data flip-flop (D flip-flop) using a transmission gate. To accomplish a power-efficient pulsed D flip-flop, clock gating is proposed. The gated clock reduces the unnecessary... More

  • Design of Multi-gas Monitoring Device for Indoor Air Quality

    Serri Abdul Razzaq Saleh, Huda Jamal Jumaah, Zainab Ali Khalaf, Sarah Jamal Jumaah

    Article ID: 5390    DOI:

    109  (Download)


    Besides the need for low-cost instruments for air pollution measurement and detection, nowadays there are many concerns about air pollution due to the fast changes and used technologies. This research was applied using an MQ2 gas detector, and microcontroller/Arduino-Uno. The design steps included bonding and connecting readymade sensors, coding, and finally testing the device. Testing... More

Short Communication

  • A Doppler Location Method Based on Virtual Path Difference

    Yu Tao

    Article ID: 5496    DOI:

    48  (Download)


    This paper presents a Doppler passive location method for moving targets with fixed single station using the Doppler frequency shift and time difference information. First, based on the relationship between frequency shift and path difference, the virtual path difference is calculated from the measured value of Doppler frequency shift by means of mean value correction.... More

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