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Signal Processing Society Publications & Resources

The Signal Processing Society publishes IEEE Signal Processing Magazine bi-monthly, “Inside Signal Processing” e-Newsletter, its monthly complement, and a number of periodicals, guides and special issues throughout the year. For nine of the past 10 years, the IEEE Signal Processing Magazine has been ranked in the top 10 among all IEEE publications and among all publications within the Electrical and Electronics Engineering category in terms of impact factor; in 2009 and 2010, it was ranked #1. The appeal of signal processing moves beyond the electrical engineer and permeates many other areas of our digital life.

To learn more about developments in signal processing, explore our special issues or SPS Resource Center, featuring tutorials from experts leading the field’s advancement.


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