In Your Own Words

Polarization in Electromagnetic Systems with Warren Stutzman

Artech House author Warren Stutzman gave us insights into his motivations for writing his book, Polarization in Electromagnetic Systems, Second Edition: Electromagnetic waves are characterized by four parameters: frequency, intensity, direction of propagation, and polarization.  The last of these is the least understood and is often inadequately addressed in system design.  Perhaps that is due to …

The Why with Habib F. Rashvand and Ali Abedi

Artech House authors Habib Rashvand and Ali Abedi let us know a bit more about why they wrote their book, Design Solutions for Wireless Sensor Networks in Extreme Environments, and what their writing process was: What prompted you to write your book Attending IEEE International Conference on Space and Extreme Environments for several years made …

How the book “Inductive Sensors for Industrial Applications” helps to develop the understanding of all sensors for industrial applications

Sorin Fericean’s book, Inductive Sensors for Industrial Applications, primarily deals with sensors containing inductive primary sensing elements.  “Inductive” is one of most widely used elements in the market (see Section 3.4) and the author acted mainly in the R & D, manufacturing and tests fields for inductive sensors for more than 25 years. A volume …