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 many of the exciting enhancements contained in these technologies, and what they mean for system designers.
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 the book:
A must-own for proposal managers, proposal writers, and small business owners alike!
When Artech House authors write their books, we ask them what they want their readers to get out of the project. In this series, we show you what our authors, in their own words, wish to impart upon readers. Andy Harrison, author of Introduction to Radar Using Python and MATLAB, describes what his book is about.
Artech House is the pre-eminent publisher of technical books, and we are so happy our communities agree! Read on for an endorsement of David Cruickshank's latest book, Implementing Full Duplexing for 5G.
The Artech House community is comprised of experts in a variety of technical fields. Read on for a glowing endorsement of Joseph Guerci's book, Cognitive Radar: The Knowledge-Aided Fully Adaptive Approach, Second Edition, by Alfonso Farina, Selex ES (Retired), Consultant to Leonardo Land & Naval Defence Electronics, Italy.
At Artech House, we ask our authors what problems their books can help readers solve. In this series, we share what our authors aim to do in their writing. Read on to find out what Anil Pandey, who wrote Practical Microstrip and Printed Antenna Design had to say.