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An Interview with Dean James Friesen

In this interview, we talk to Dean James Friesen, authors of the book, Electromagnetics for Engineers   Volume 1: Electrostatics and Magnetostatics . We discuss the motivation behind writing the book, the target audience, the most useful aspects of the book, the challenges of writing the book, and advice for other engineers who are considering writing a book.  Dean …

An interview with Bernhard Esslinger

In this interview, we discuss to Bernhard Esslinger, author of the book, Learning and Experiencing Cryptography with CrypTool and SageMath. We discuss the motivation behind writing the book, the target audience, the most useful aspects of the book, the challenges of writing the book, and advice for other engineers who are considering writing a book.  Bernhard Esslinger …

An Interview with Sanat K. Biswas & Andrew G. Dempster

In this interview, we talk to Sanat K. Biswas and Andrew G. Dempster, authors of the book, Navigation and Tracking in Space: Analysis and Algorithms. We discuss the motivation behind writing the book, the target audience, the most useful aspects of the book, the challenges of writing the book, and advice for other engineers who are considering …

An Interview with Ian Graham

In this interview, we discuss to Ian Graham, author of the book, Designing RF Combining Systems for Shared Radio Sites. We discuss the motivation behind writing the book, the target audience, the most useful aspects of the book, the challenges of writing the book, and advice for other engineers who are considering writing a book.  Ian Graham …

An Interview with Laura Ruotsalainen

In this interview, we talk to Laura Ruotsalainen, author of the book, The Present and Future of Indoor Navigation. We discuss the motivation behind writing the book, the target audience, the most useful aspects of the book, the challenges of writing the book, and advice for other engineers who are considering writing a book.  Laura Ruotsalainen is …

An Interview with Carlos Dávila

In this interview, we talk to Carlos Davila, author of the book, Radar and EW Modeling in MATLAB® and Simulink®. We discuss the motivation behind writing the book, the target audience, the most useful aspects of the book, the challenges of writing the book, and advice for other engineers who are considering writing a book. …

The Importance of Feedback with Sundar Madihally

Authors often seek the advice of colleagues when writing. December author Sundar Madihally explains his own process: I have read a few tips from some of the popular textbook authors.  For my first edition, that served as the guideline for the writing process.  Many example problems are generated when I teach the class, particularly addressing …

Smart Spectrum from Space with Geoff Varrall

OGS-2 optical telescope dome. Credits: NASA

What did Galileo and Karl Jansky have in common? In 1610, Galileo looked up at the stars through his latest invention, a prototype for the modern day refractor telescope. In 1931 Karl Jansky accidentally discovered radio astronomy when investigating background static on Bell Labs short wave transatlantic radio phone service. Radio astronomers explore the outer …