Technology development moves quickly in the modern era. An engineer must roughly estimate a design, rapidly create proof of concept, and then measure results to drive product development. The purpose of this series is to enable those interested in moving from concept to practical implementation. Key concepts are covered, with tangential and superfluous discussion minimized. This series of texts serves to bridge the gap between academia and implementation.
Robert James LeBoeuf II
July 15, 2017
This book will describe practical mathematical techniques to help understand circuits (mostly in the analog domain, and "medium to low" frequency) when used in transducer applications. The books’ migration path will begin with a review of some important mathematical, including some practical...
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Low-visibility antennas have many attractive features, such as being low-profile, flexible, lightweight, small-volume, and low-cost. Low-Visibility Antennas for Communication Systems provides explicit guidelines for the development of these antennas. Offering valuable insight into emerging antenna...
Gregory L. Charvat
April 04, 2014
Radar Expert, Esteemed Author Gregory L. Charvat on CNN and CBS Author Gregory L. Charvat appeared on CNN on March 17, 2014 to discuss whether Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 might have literally flown below the radar. He appeared again on CNN on March 20, 2014 to explain the basics of radar, and he...