Microwave Journal published about a dozen educational eBooks this year and 3 of them were in our top 5 most viewed pieces of content on the web site. Topics ranged from 5G and IoT to radar and GPS plus design and test solutions for RF front ends, amplifiers and antennas.
Top 3 eBooks for 2018
Typically, our cover stories are the most viewed articles for the year but this year was a mix of cover stories, design tools and microwave basics. Here are the top 10 article for this year.
Top 10 Articles for 2018
Beamforming ICs Simplify Phased Array Antenna Design
Keith Benson, Analog Devices Inc., Norwood, Mass.
Antenna Design, Analysis and Simulation Tools
Assembled by MWJ Staff
SAW/BAW New Market Entrants Offer New Approaches
Contributions from: Akoustis Technologies, OnScale, Resonant
On the Direct Conversion Receiver -- A Tutorial
Ashkan Mashhour, William Domino, Norman Beamish
Defense Opportunities and Challenges in 2019
Pasternack Enterprises Inc., Irvine, Calif.
History of Wireless Communications
Pat Hindle, Editor, Microwave Journal
Introduction to Microwaves
T. S. Laverghetta, Artech Books
Colosseum: A Battleground for AI Let Loose on the RF Spectrum
Ashish Chaudhari and David Squires, National Instruments, Austin, Texas and Paul Tilghman, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), Arlington, Va.
Software and Hardware Near-Field Transformations for 5G OTA Testing
Benoît Derat, Corbett Rowell, Adam Tankielun and Sebastian Schmitz, Rohde & Schwarz, Munich, Germany
Spatial Multiplexing for 5G Wireless Communications
Honglei Chen and Rick Gentile, MathWorks, Natick, Mass.