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, starting with Ed Birrane, who, along with Jason Soloff, wrote Designing Delay-Tolerant Applications for Store-and-Forward Networks.
The book "Multimedia Networking Technologies, Protocols, and Architectures" aims at providing telecommunications specialists, and professionals working with multimedia services, an in-depth and up-to-date coverage of the different technologies involved in the delivery of this type of services. The book has been written to also serve as a useful learning resource for advanced undergraduate and graduate courses on multimedia networking.
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.
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 of 5G networks.
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.
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.