Tag Archives: Antennas and Propagation

Exploring Reconfigurable Antenna Design and Analysis with Mohammad Ali

Wireless communication, navigation, and radar have seen rapid growth in recent years. Wireless technology is now everywhere in the world. Even in the remotest villages in the developing world, one can see the use of smart phones and other wireless devices. Wireless technology can be seen in handheld, wearable, and implantable devices. Smart homes are increasingly …

Antenna-on-Chip: Design, Challenges, and Opportunities with Hammad M. Cheema, Fatima Khalid, and Atif Shamim

Find a deeper understanding of cutting-edge technology in exciting new book Antennas, the ubiquitous components enabling all wireless communication systems have predominantly been seen as components that are outside the chipsets connected either through printed-circuit boards or external connectors. However, the continuous push towards higher frequencies and the unprecedented advancements in semiconductor technology in the …

Space Microelectronics: A Deep Dive with Anatoly Belous, Vitali Saladukha, and Siarhei Shvedau

The Space Microelectronics book set is a comprehensive focuses on the study of modern spacecraft, including their classification, packaging and protection, design versions, launch failure and accident analysis, and the main requirements of electronic components used as well as details about the integrated circuit design for space applications. Read on for a thorough introduction to …

Examining Machine Learning Applications in Electromagnetics and Antenna Array Processing with Manel Martínez-Ramón, Arjun Gupta, José Luis Rojo-Álvarez, and Christos Christodoulou

This book is intended to be a practical guide for students, engineers, and researchers in electromagnetics with minimal background in machine learning.  The book contains 9 chapters and is broken into two main parts.  Part I contains the first five chapters  that cover the theoretical principles of  the most common machine learning architectures and algorithms …

The Importance of Everything New in Radio Waves and Propagation Fundamentals with Artem Saakian

Radio Wave Propagation Fundamentals, Second Edition is the newest edition of the book written for senior undergraduate and entry level graduate students specializing in antennas, propagation and radio links design; it may be used by researchers, professional engineers and practitioners in those areas of theory, design and technology as a valuable source of reference. The …

Exploring Ultrawideband Short-Pulse Radio Systems with Vladimir I. Koshelev, Victor P. Belichenko, and Yury I. Buyanov

The history of ultrawideband (UWB) radio systems development and application field of short UWB radiation pulses have been considered briefly in the monograph. The main approaches and methods for solving the problems of  electromagnetics of transient processes relating to the radiation, propagation and scattering of UWB pulses on conductive and dielectric objects were described. Impulse …

Noise Temperature Theory and Applications for Deep Space Communications Antenna Systems with Tom Otoshi

Tom’s Low Gain Antenna (LGA) on Mars Pathfinder that landed on the surface of Mars on July 4, 1997. This is a real photograph of the LGA and landscape of Mars. Courtesy of NASA/JPL-Caltech. March 21, 2009 Tom is age 78 years old Artech House supports its authors long after their books publish, and our …

December Title Preview from Artech House

Artech House is pleased to announce the publications of two titles in December 2020. Radio Wave Propagation Fundamentals, Second Edition Artem Saakian This completely updated second edition of an Artech House classic provides a thorough introduction to the basic principles of electromagnetic wave propagation of radio frequencies in real-world conditions, fully updated by including new …