At Artech House, we ask our authors what problems their books can help readers solve. In this series, we share what our authors aim to do in their writing. Read on to find out what Eyal Weiss, who, along with Roger Alimi, wrote Low-Power and High-Sensitivity Magnetic Sensors and Systems had to say:
What are some problems your book can help readers solve?
- Design and build a low noise and low power consumption magnetic measurement system
- Understand sources of measurements irregularities and effectively mitigating them
- Discover applications for low noise magnetic measurement.
- Research and develop on low power fluxgate magnetic sensors
- Design an optimal detection and estimation data processing algorithms especially tailored for low noise magnetic measurements using non-linear optimization, inverse Problem Solvers, and evolutionary algorithms such Genetic Algorithm
What are the features of your book and the specific benefits a reader can expect to derive from those features?
Feature: A comprehensive guide to magnetic system design including applications examples, magnetic sensor optimization, noise and clutter mitigation and data processing algorithms
Benefit: Reducing design time and solving design problems by avoiding “black magic” solutions to low noise magnetic systems.
Feature: Focus on low power systems
Benefit: Every magnetic system must have low power consumption in order to obtain low noise and feasibility.
Feature: Low power orthogonal fluxgate research and development, including different approaches to reduce power consumption in the fluxgate operation and sampling.
Benefit: Obtain a deep level understanding of low power fluxgates. Learn how to design a low power fluxgate and how to sample its output.
Feature: New algorithm schemes to solve non-linear multidimensional inverse problems of moving magnetic objects.
Benefit: Fast and precise detection and localization of UXO, online localization.
Please name the audiences at which this book is aimed. How will this audience use your book?
- Magnetic system researchers and designers (R&D manager, CTO, Senior physicists): Get a designers’ view on magnetic systems and applications. Reduce design time and complexity by avoiding magnetic unique pit-falls.
- Magnetic sensors researchers and designers: Learn how to design a low power fluxgate and how to sample its output.
- Algorithm Development Community, software specialists: Fast on-line inverse problem solvers for real world applications. Dedicated schemes to rapidly and precisely solve complex non-linear multidimensional systems.
- Project managers and system engineers: Obtain a comprehensive system view on magnetic systems applications and solutions.
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