Microwave and RF

In Your Own Words with D.V. Giri, Richard Hoad and Frank Sabath

When Artech House authors write their books, we ask them what they want their readers to get out of the project. In this series, we show you what our authors, in their own words, wish to impart upon readers. D.V. Giri, Richard Hoad and Frank Sabath, authors of High-Power Electromagnetic Effects on Electronic Systems, describes what …

Problem Solving 101 with Matteo Pastorino – Innovations in Microwave Imaging Techniques

“There are many good specialized books about various aspects of microwave imaging, but Pastorino and Randazzo believed that an overview of methods and applications could stimulate readers along different directions – novel applications perhaps, or improving the technology in some manner. They cover basic concepts of microwave imaging systems and the electromagnetic characterization of materials, fundamentals …

Problem Solving 101 with Matthew Morgan – Invaluable resource to any RF and microwave design engineer

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 see what Matthew Morgan, who wrote Principles of RF and Microwave Design, has to say about his book:   ‘From student to RF circuit …

Best RF and Microwave Engineering Books

Artech House’ technical books collections provide essential information on a wide range of engineering areas with concentrated content applicable for students, researchers, and practicing engineers. Here are the best RF and Microwave Engineering titles according to our readers. For more information, go ahead and download our Microwave and RF brochure.   1. Reflectionless Filters Matthew …

How and Why We Write with D.V. Giri

Artech House author, D.V. Giri, who, along with Richard Hoad and Frank Sabath, wrote High-Power Electromagnetic Effects on Electronic Systems, gave us insight about the bookwriting process: All civilized societies depend on electronic systems working smoothly for activities such as power distribution, banking, aviation, healthcare and transportation. We cannot imagine life without electrical power for …