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ISSN (Print): 2446-9246
ISSN (Online): 2446-9432
Impact factor: under attribution

About the Journal

The SET IJBE (SET International Journal of Broadcast Engineering) is an open access, peer-reviewed article-at-a-time publication international scientific journal whose objective is to cover knowledge about communications engineering in the field of broadcasting. The SET IJBE seeks the latest and most compelling research articles and state-of-the-art technologies.

ISSN (Print): 2446-9246
ISSN (On-line): 2446-9432

Impact factor: under attribution

On-line version – Once an article is accepted and its final version approved by the Editorial Board, it will be published immediately on-line on a one article-at-a-time basis

Printed version – Once a year, all articles accepted and published on-line over the previous twelve months will be compiled for publication in a printed version.

Types of papers:

  • Regular (Full) Papers: Traditional and original research [from 6 to 20 pages]
  • Tutorial Papers: Brand new OTT (Over-The-Top) detailed implementation and fully set up state-of-the art systems [4 – 6 pages]
  • Letters: Short notes and consideration about current and relevant techniques, technologies and implementations involving engineering solutions [1-3 pages]

Open Access Policy

If an article is accepted for publication, it will be made available to be read and re-used under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) license.

Editorial Office:

If you require any additional information, please contact the SET IBJE (the SET International Journal of Broadcast Engineering) administration staff:

Address: Av. Auro Soares de Moura Andrade, 252, Unit 31/32, Postal Code:01156-001, São Paulo – SP – Brazil; E-mail: [email protected]


IEEE transactions and journals format.
Template: IJBE Template
Articles must be sent in both DOCX and PDF formats.


Copyright Transfer Agreement – Cover Letter
The Copyright Transfer Agreement – Cover Letter must be submitted together with the article.
The Corresponding Author must, on behalf of all co-authors, complete all the required information, check the boxes, print=, SIGN and scan the (signed) document.
The Copyright Transfer Agreement – cover Letter must also be forwarded in PDF format. Template available at:

download template

Contact SET IJBE Support

If you require any additional information or have any doubts, concerns and/or system issues, please feel free to contact the Editorial Office via e-mail.
Email Address:[email protected]

Aims and Scope include, but are not limited to:

  • Advanced audio technology and processing
  • Advanced display technologies
  • Advanced RF Modulation Technologies
  • Advanced technologies and systems for emerging broadcasting applications
  • Applying IT Networks in Broadcast Facilities
  • Broadcast spectrum issues – re-packing, sharing
  • Cable & Satellite interconnection with terrestrial broadcasters
  • Cellular broadcast technologies
  • Communication, Networking & Broadcasting
  • Content Delivery Networks – CDN
  • Digital radio and television systems: Terrestrial, Cable, Satellite, Internet, Wireless.
  • Electromagnetic compatibility issues between collocated services (e.g. broadcast and LTE)
  • General Topics for Engineers (Math, Science & Engineering)
  • Hybrid receiver technology
  • Interactive Technology for broadcast
  • IP Networks management and configuration
  • Metadata systems and management
  • Mobile DTV systems (all aspects, both transmission and reception)
  • Mobile/dashboard technology
  • Next-gen broadcast platforms and standards development
  • Non-real time (NRT) broadcast services
  • Ratings technology, second screen technology and services
  • Secondary service system design; mitigation of interference in primary services
  • Securing Broadcast IT Networks
  • Signal Processing & Analysis
  • Software Defined Radio – SDR Technologies
  • Streaming delivery of broadcast content
  • Transmission, propagation, reception, re-distribution of broadcast signals AM, FM, and TV transmitter and antenna systems
  • Transport stream issues – ancillary services
  • Unlicensed device operation in TV white spaces

Editorial Board


Prof. Dr. Yuzo Iano
State University of Campinas – Brazil, Campinas/SP


Prof. Dr. Yiyan Wu
Communications Research Centre – Canada, Ottawa/Ontario
Prof. Dr. David Wood
European Broadcasting Union Switzerland, Geneva
Prof. Dr. Dazhi He
NERC National Engineering Research Center of Digital Television – China, Shanghai
Prof. Dr. Masayuki Sugawara
NEC CORPORATION Broadcast and Media Division – Japan, Tokyo/Kantō
Prof. Dr. Oge Marques
Florida Atlantic University – USA, Boca Raton/Florida
Prof. Dr. Manuel Velez
University of the Basque Country – Spain, Bilbao/Biscay
Prof. Dr. Marcelo Knörich Zuffo
University of São Paulo – Brazil, São Paulo/SP
Prof. Dr. Gunnar Bedicks
Mackenzie Presbyterian University – Brazil, São Paulo/SP
Prof. Dr. Cristiano Akamine
Mackenzie Presbyterian University – Brazil, São Paulo/SP
Prof. Dr. Guido Lemos
Federal University of Paraíba – Brazil, João Pessoa/PB
Prof. Dr. Valdecir Becker
Federal University of Paraíba – Brazil, João Pessoa/PB
Prof. Dr. Luís Geraldo Pedroso Meloni
State University of Campinas – Brazil, Campinas/SP
Prof. Dr. Alexandre de Almeida Prado Pohl
Federal Technological University of Paraná – Brazil, Curitiba/PR
Prof. Dr. Flavio Ferreira Lima
Ministry of Communications(Federal Government) and University of Brasilia – Brazil, Brasília/DF
Profa. Dra. Carla Liberal Pagliari
Ministry of Defense(Federal Government), Military Engineering Institute – Brazil, Rio de Janeiro/RJ
Prof. Dr. Rangel Arthur
State University of Campinas – Brazil, Campinas/SP
Prof. Dr. Osamu Saotome 
ITA – Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica


Prof. Dr. Iñaki Eizmendi
University of the Basque Country – Spain, Bilbao/Biscay
Prof. Dr. Vicente Baena Lecuyer
University of Seville – Spain, Seville/Andalusia
Prof. Dr. Jarkko Paavola
Turku University of Applied Sciencies – Finland, Turku/Finland Proper
Prof. Dr. Jose Maria Matias Maruri
National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico, Mexico City/DF
Prof. Dr. Daniel Ansorregui Lobete
Samsung Electronics Research & Development UK, England, Staines/Surrey
Prof. Dr. Pablo Angueira
University of the Basque Country – Spain, Bilbao/Biscay


SET – Brazilian Society of Television Engineering, or, in Portuguese, SET – Sociedade Brasileira de Engenharia de Televisão.
Address: Av. Auro Soares de Moura Andrade, 252, cj 11 – Postal Code: 01156-001 – São Paulo – SP – Brazil.

We wish to inform you that the activities, events and publications of the Brazilian Society of Television Engineering – SET, including this one, enjoy international support, under formal agreements, from the following international organizations. We also take this opportunity to thank them and reiterate how proud we are that they support our work.

Society of Motion Picture & Television Engineers – SMPTE  (USA)

International Broadcast Equipment Exhibition – Inter BEE (Japan)

International Association of Broadcasting – AIR & IAB (Uruguay)

National Association of Broadcasters – NAB –  (USA)

World Wide Web Consortium – W3C – (USA)

International Trade Association for suppliers of Broadcast and Media technology – IABM (UK)

Argentine Association of Broadcasting Equipment Manufacturers and Suppliers – CAPER  (Argentina)

Broadcast India Show – Exhibition & Technology Conference (India)

Convenção Internacional Sobre Tecnologias para Rádio e TV & Congresso Nacional de Broadcasters – Expotec (Peru)

Audio Engineering Society

Audio Engineering Society