Book: Radiowave Propagation and Antennas for Personal Communications (Antennas & Propagation Library)
Publisher: Artech House Publishers
This newly revised and expanded edition of the Artech House classic, "Radiowave Propagation and Antennas for Personal Communications", offers a current and comprehensive introduction to the practice and underpinnings of personal communications. Every chapter has been updated to explain how the latest ultra-wide band technology affects all aspects of personal communications. The third edition covers important innovations such as wireless local networks, personal networks, and MIMO techniques. Written for a broad spectrum of readers, this practical resource is useful to experienced engineers designing systems, EE professors teaching fundamentals, or technology consultants needing a quick, cohesive overview. In addition to its accessible coverage of technology and theory, this unique volume examines how radio waves and wireless devices affect the human body. About the Author Kazimeirz Siwiak is founder and CEO of TimeDerivative, Inc., a wireless consultancy helping business and technical clients with UWB, MIMO techniques, antennas, propagation, and EMC. While working at Motorola, he was named a Dan Noble Fellow and received the Silver Quill Award. He holds more than 30 patents U.S. patents and has published extensively. A Senior Member of the IEEE, he serves on ETSI and IEEE 802 committees tasked with developing radio telecommunications standards. He received his M.S. in electrical engineering from the Polytechnic University of Brooklyn and his Ph.D. from Florida Atlantic University. Yasaman Bahreini is a consultant specializing in business, technology, executive leadership for the communication industry. She serves on the IEEE 802 standards committees for 802.11, 802.15, and UWB and was a U.S. delegate to the ITU-R on UWB technology. She earned her B.S. and M.S. in electrical engineering from George Washington University.