The Value of Coding Your Book with MATLAB with Nicholas O’Donoughue

How MATLAB helped me improve the accuracy and value of my book… When I set out to write my book Emitter Detection and Geolocation for Electronic Warfare, I decided to make MATLAB an integral part of the writing process.  Not only was this part of the proposed value of the book (that we would provide …

Getting More out of VNAs with Greg Bonaguide

Greg Bonaguide, one of the authors of VNA Applications Handbook, that published in September from Artech House, discusses what influenced the writing of his book… Four observations that influenced my writing of the “VNA Applications Handbook” A number of factors converged to make the “VNA Applications Handbook” a reality.  Having had the opportunity to work …

A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Writing Process with Vince Rodriguez

Artech House authors are some of the most world-renowned experts in their respective fields. While their titles provide information we need, it’s just as interesting to find out more about the people behind the book. To that end, we’d like to present the first installment of our “Author Insights” series. Kicking off the series is …

The Importance of Customer Feedback with Robert Frey

When purchasing a book, many potential customers rely on the good things people who have already read the book have to say. Rediscover a classic Artech House title, Successful Proposal Strategies for Small Businesses: Using Knowledge Management to Win Government, Private-Sector, and International Contracts, Sixth Edition, by Robert Frey, through the eyes of readers who enjoyed …

Inspiration and Habilitation with Mateusz Malanowski

We asked author Mateusz Malanowski what inspired him to write his book, Signal Processing for Passive Bistatic Radar. Here’s what he had to say… Several years ago passive radar was a niche topic that hardly anyone in the radar community heard about. The situation has changed, as academia, industry and military understood the possibilities that …