Posts tagged with: book

Things I should have put in the book with Brian Watson

Author Brian Watson’s book, Non-Line-of-Sight-Radar, wrote a comprehensive volume, but there’s always more to talk about. Read on for his thoughts on radar, how he wrote the book, and his writing process: Radar: Big data is being incorporated into a...

Revolutionary 5G Innovations with Fabio Cavaliere and Antonio D’Errico

Fabio Cavaliere and Antonio D’Errico released their title, Photonic Applications for Radio Systems Networks, from Artech House. Keep reading to learn more about why they wrote this book, and how they hope the book will help to shape the future...

The Why with Serge Borso

Artech House author Serge Borso is one of the foremost names in IT security, and he gave us insight as to how and why he came to write his latest book, The Penetration Tester’s Guide to Web Applications. Read below...

Word of Mouth with Nader Anani

Word of mouth is an excellent way to find out about something new, so we wanted to share an endorsement for Nader Anani’s November title, Renewable Energy Technologies and Resources, below: This exciting book presents excellent coverage of renewable energy technologies...

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...

Exciting Enhancements in 5G with Amitav Mukherjee

Next-generation of wireless access technologies, such as the first phase of fifth-generation (5G) mobile networks and WiFi-6, are being rolled out this year on a world-wide basis. To me, this means the timing is perfect for a book that covers...

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,...

Principles of RF and Microwave Design by Matthew A. Morgan – A Book Review | 2020-07-13

Book reviews are a wonderful way to spread the word about upcoming titles and find out what others really think! We were lucky to have ITS UK review Matt Morgan’s latest book, Principles of RF and Microwave Design. Read the...

Vertical GaN and SiC power semiconductor devices, a comparative introduction – book overview | 2020-06-17

My book, Vertical GaN and SiC Power Devices published by Artech House, is intended to provide a comparative introduction to vertical GaN and SiC power semiconductor devices for students, researchers, and engineers working in the field of crystal growth, processing,...