About the Journal

The Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy (JTDE) is an international, high quality, peer reviewed journal, indexed by Scopus and Google Scholar, covering innovative research and practice in Telecommunications, Digital Economy and Applications. The mission of JTDE is to further through publication the objective of advancing learning, knowledge and research wor
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The fourth issue for 2018 has now been published and contains papers on the 4G to 5G network architecture evolution, what now for the Australia's NBN, privacy and security, the impressions of an overseas visit by a lines engineer, flow-level load balancing of HTTP traffic using OpenFlow, and conflicts in routing and UAV Autonomy.

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The third issue for 2018 has now been published and contains papers on fixed broadband adoption and economic growth in ASEAN, a frameworkfor demystifying M2M spectrum regulation, bitmaps and bitmasks, efficiently compressing deterministic automata and the communications for the America's Cup Challenge defence held in Fremantle, Australia.

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Current Issue

Vol 7 No 3 (2019)

The third issue of the Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy for 2019. All papers are peer reviewed and a similarity score search is used to ensure the papers are suitable for publication. Papers are now published continuously.


The Future of Australia’s NBN Continued

copyeditor JTDE
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Public Policy Discussion

The NBN Futures Forum

Leith H Campbell, Murray Milner
Abstract 109 | 202-PDF-v7n3pp1-9 Downloads 19

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Getting the NBN Infrastructure We Need

Jim Holmes
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S-MANAGE Protocol for Provisioning IoT Applications on Demand

Chau Nguyen, Doan Hoang
Abstract 36 | 185-PDF-v7n3pp37-57 Downloads 5

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Sanctus: An Architecture for Trusted Products

Malcolm Shore, Sherali Zeadally, Andy Clark
Abstract 65 | 197-PDF-v7n3pp58-84 Downloads 5

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History of Telecommunications

E-Learning and the National Broadband Network

Simon Moorhead
Abstract 37 | 201-PDF-v7n3pp85-93 Downloads 6

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