In article you write:
This is spam for a fake conference, you know.
The scam is that they accept all the papers, no matter how lousy, and charge inflated fees to the suckers. I suppose the conference happens, but unless you like to hear yourself talk, there's no reason to go.
John[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: No, I did not know this was 'spam for a fake conference', nor am I in a position to investigate these things. But if you say a bunch of professors and researchers have conspired to have a fake conference and they send out spam to encourage participation then I guess I will take your word for it. But I do not intend to start censoring researchers and their calls for papers on the premise that it might be fake. I trust people like you will know the fake ones when they come along. PAT]