Elsevier recently published 2022 CiteScoreTM, a metric that reflects the company’s latest assessment of the impact of thousands of peer-reviewed journals, series books, conference papers, and industry publications included in the Scopus database.
Based on the list, Satellite Navigation received a CiteScore of 14.6 in 2022, ranking in the Q1 zone for the “Aerospace Engineering”, “Electrical and Electronic Engineering”, and “Signal Processing” categories. It ranked 3rd out of 137 global aerospace engineering journals indexed in Scopus, placing in the top 2% of the discipline. It ranked 33rd out of 738 electrical and electronic engineering journals worldwide, placing in the top 5%. It ranked 7th out of 122 signal processing journals globally, placing in the top 6%.
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Satellite Navigation was launched in January 2020, indexed by ESCI in 2021, and subsequently indexed by Scopus and EI in March-April 2022. The publication costs for Satellite Navigation are covered by Aerospace Information Research Institute so authors do not need to pay an article-processing charge currently. The journal provides cost-free, high-quality professional English editing services. We welcome scholars in relevant fields to follow our journal and make contributions!