Author Insights

Flexibility in 5G transport networks: the key to meeting the demand for connectivity with Fabio Cavaliere

Artech House author Fabio Cavaliere, who wrote, shared a paper he co-authored about the importance of flexibility in 5G transport networks: The more people have been able to achieve while on the move, the more dependent society has become on mobile broadband networks. As applications like self-driving vehicles and remotely operated machinery evolve, become more …

Understanding the complex operations of keeping the lights on with Mani Vadari

Mani Vadari, who released Electric System Operations: Evolving to the Modern Grid, Second Edition, gave us a behind-the-scenes look at today’s electric grid: To the layperson, electricity may seem ubiquitous and simple; flip the switch and voilà, you have light! But what happens behind the scenes is anything but simple. Today’s electric grid is increasingly …

Problem Solving 101 with Ed Birrane

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, starting with Ed Birrane, who, along with Jason Soloff, wrote Designing Delay-Tolerant Applications for Store-and-Forward Networks: How can I increase the value of a congested/impaired network? Network …

Radio Communication Technologies with Fabio Cavaliere and Antonio D’Errico

Authors Fabio Cavaliere and Antonio D’Errico explain what they hope to share in the writing of their book, Photonic Applications for Radio Systems Networks: What is the author aim? What prompted authors to write this book is to help people to gain basic complementary skills in both optics and radio communication technologies. The book intends, on …

The Book and Beyond with Iván Vidal

The book “Multimedia Networking Technologies, Protocols, and Architectures” aims at providing telecommunications specialists, and professionals working with multimedia services, an in-depth and up-to-date coverage of the different technologies involved in the delivery of this type of services. The book has been written to also serve as a useful learning resource for advanced undergraduate and graduate …

“Things I should have put in the book” with Brian Watson

Author Brian Watson’s book, Non-Line-of-Sight-Radar, wrote a comprehensive volume, but there’s always more to talk about. Read on for his thoughts on radar, how he wrote the book, and his writing process: Radar: Big data is being incorporated into a variety of fields to improve performance including medicine, physics, and smart systems. Radar is no …

The Extraction Process with Günter Kompa

December author Günter Kompa let us know what prompted him to write his new book, Parameter Extraction and Complex Nonlinear Transistor Models: Since the eighties, parameter extraction of microwave transistors was the permanent key topic in my research group at Kassel University. Initially we dealt with packaged devices comprising the wire-bonded die in a metal or …