Author Insights

What Modern RF Technologies are All About with Terry Edwards

Artech House author Terry Edwards, who wrote Technologies for RF Systems, explains what professionals need to know about radio frequency technologies: Todays (and tomorrow’s) RF systems – communications networks and radars – embody a complex combination of radio and digital technologies. Most of the radio technology operates at frequencies up to around 6 GHz for …

April Tech Topics with Geoff Varrall

Artech House author, Geoff Varrall, who is also executive director of RTT, which has been providing technology assessment and technology related facilitation programmes to an international client base since 1986, has shared April’s RTT Technology Topic, which addresses the current pandemic situation, and reminds us that every cloud has a silver lining: Business is booming …

About the Author with Tom Otoshi

Artech House supports its authors long after their books publish, and our authors continue to make huge strides in their fields. Today, we highlight author Tom Otoshi, whose book, Noise, Temperature Theory and Applications for Deep Space Communications Antenna Systems, continues to be relevant today: In 1961, Mr. Otoshi joined the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) at …

A Deeper Dive into Parameter Extraction with Gunter Kompa

Artech author Gunter Kompa gave us a thorough explanation of model parameter extraction and other optimization methods. Read on for a closer look: Bidirectional Search has Proved its Reliability not Only with Compact 15-Element Equivalent Circuits but also for Discussed Complex (Quasi-Distributed) Transistor Model Topologies Regarding model parameter extraction one distinguishes commonly between direct extraction …

The Evolving Data-Rich, Information-Poor (DRIP) Environment with Ken Hintz

Artech author Ken Hintz gave us insight into today’s sensing environment: Today’s sensing environment not only contains the conventional military physical sensors such as RADAR, FLIR, LIDAR, ESM, etc., but also includes widely distributed physical environmental sensors in the internet of things (IoT). The number of civilian networked devices comprising the IoT was an estimated …

Thinking About Your Password with Serge Borso

Artech House author Serge Borso gave us some interesting insights on your day-to-day internet security: I recently had the opportunity to teach a SANS class focused on Web Application Security and during the course of this training I met some great people. It’s always exciting to make connections with other security minded people, and in …

Modern Appliances and the Electric Grid with Mani Vadari

Mani Vadari, whose second edition of Electric System Operations: Evolving to the Modern Grid, is available now, gives us some background on an everyday convenience and how the electric grid helped make it happen: The modern toilet and the electric grid became part of our daily lives in the late 1800’s and have operated using the …

Using Next Generation Fuzzing Tools with Jared DeMott

Artech House authors are experts in their respective field, and Dr. Jared DeMott, an author of Fuzzing for Software Security Testing and Quality Assurance, Second Edition, is no exception. Read on for two presentation Dr. DeMott shared regarding next generation fuzzing tools: Using Next Generation Fuzzing Tools: Fixing Bugs and Writing Memory Corruption Exploits Dr. …

Thinking about Computer Networks with Ed Birrane

Artech House author Ed Birrane, whose title, Delay-Tolerant Applications: The Role of Store-and-Forward Networks in an Increasingly Real-Time World, gave us some insight with regard to the future of computer networks: We need to think differently about computer networks. It is not easy to have a casual discussion about computer networking minutia. If you doubt …