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A leading technical book publisher, Artech House provides today’s professionals and students with cutting-edge books and software from the world’s top authorities. From RF/microwave design, wireless communications, radar engineering, and electronic defense, to GPS/GNSS, power engineering, computer security, and building technology, Artech House publishes the forward-looking titles that engineers and managers need to excel. Artech House is a subsidiary of Horizon House Publications, Inc., publisher of the internationally acclaimed magazine Microwave Journal®.

Artech House operates two full service offices: the main headquarters in suburban Boston, and a European division located in Central London. Both offices offer full publishing capabilities, from sales and distribution, to acquisitions and editorial, to promotion and marketing functions.

Senior Staff: Norwood
Publisher: William M. Bazzy
Chief Operating Officer: Christopher D. Ernst
Director of Sales, Marketing, and Business Development: Kevin Danahy

Senior Staff: London
Acquisitions Director: Aileen Storry

 

About Our Series Editors...

Antennas and Propagation Series

Series Editor
Christos Christodoulou is a Distinguished Professor and Associate Dean for Research for the School of Engineering at University of New Mexico. He is the recipient of the 2010 IEEE John Krauss Antenna Award for his work on reconfigurable fractal antennas using MEMS switches, the Lawton-Ellis Award, and the Gardner Zemke Professorship at the University of New Mexico. He has published over 500 papers in journals and conferences, has 14 book chapters and has co-authored 6 books. His research interests are in the areas of modeling of electromagnetic systems, cognitive radio, machine learning in electromagnetics, high power microwave antennas, reconfigurable antenna systems, and millimeter wave propagation.

Applied Photonics Series

Series Editor
Brian Culshaw has been a professor of electronics at Strathclyde University, Scotland, since 1983, where he currently serves as the head of the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering. He is the co-editor of Optical Fiber Sensors, Volumes III and IV and author of Smart Structures and Materials. Professor Culshaw has published over 300 technical papers, holds several patents, is a member of the IEEE and the OSA, and has served two terms as director of SPIE.

Series Editor
Marc Wuilpart is an Associate Professor at the University of Mons (UMONS), Belgium. He received his Ph.D from the Faculté Polytechnique de Mons, Belgium. He is Chairman of the IEEE Photonics Society Benelux Chapter.

Electromagnetics Series 

Series Editor
Christos Christodoulou is a Distinguished Professor and Associate Dean for Research for the School of Engineering at University of New Mexico. He is the recipient of the 2010 IEEE John Krauss Antenna Award for his work on reconfigurable fractal antennas using MEMS switches, the Lawton-Ellis Award, and the Gardner Zemke Professorship at the University of New Mexico. He has published over 500 papers in journals and conferences, has 14 book chapters and has co-authored 6 books. His research interests are in the areas of modeling of electromagnetic systems, cognitive radio, machine learning in electromagnetics, high power microwave antennas, reconfigurable antenna systems, and millimeter wave propagation.

GNSS Technology and Applications Series 

Series Editor
Elliot D. Kaplan is principal engineer at The MITRE Corporation in Bedford, MA. He earned his B.S.E.E. from the Polytechnic Institute of New York and M.S.E.E. from Northeastern University. Mr. Kaplan has been participating in GPS-related government programs since 1986. He edited and coauthored Understanding GPS: Principles and Applications.

Series Editor
Christopher J. Hegarty is a senior principal engineer with The MITRE Corporation's Center for Advanced Aviation System Development. He received his B.S. and M.S. in electrical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and a D.Sc. in electrical engineering from the George Washington University. Dr. Hegarty is a member of the Program Management Committee of RTCA, Inc., and also serves as cochair of RTCA Special Committee 159. Since 1997, he has been the editor of NAVIGATION: Journal of The Institute of Navigation. Dr. Hegarty is co-editor of Understanding GPS: Principles and Applications, Second Edition.

Information Security and Privacy Series 

Series Editor
Rolf Oppliger is the founder and owner of eSECURITY Technologies and works for the Swiss Federal Strategy Unit for Information Technology (FSUIT). He is the author of Security Technologies for the World Wide Web, Second Edition, Internet and Intranet Security, Second Edition and Secure Messaging with PGP and S/MIME, among other titles. Dr. Oppliger received his M.Sc. and Ph.D. in Computer Science from the University of Berne, Switzerland, and the Venia Legendi in Computer Science from the University of Zürich, Switzerland. For more information on this series go to http://www.esecurity.ch/serieseditor.html

Integrated Microsystems 

Series Editor
Nadim Maluf is Executive Vice President of LumaSense Technologies and a consulting professor of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University. Prior to LumaSense, he was vice president of New Focus, and head of research and development at NovaSensor, now part of GE. A best-selling author in the area of MEMS technology, Dr. Maluf earned his Ph.D. in electrical engineering at Stanford University and his M.S. in electrical engineering at the California Institute of Technology.

Series Editor
Neil White is professor of intelligent sensor systems at the School of Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton, U.K. A fellow of the Institution of Electrical Engineers (IEE) and the Institute of Physics (IOP), as well as a senior member of the IEEE, he earned B.Sc. in electronics engineering at North Staffs Polytechnic and a Ph.D. in sensors at the University of Southampton.

Intelligence and Information Operations Series 

Series Editor
Ed Waltz is technical director of intelligence systems at Veridian, Ann Arbor, Michigan. He received his B.S. in electrical engineering from the Case Institute of Technology and M.S. in computer information and control engineering from the University of Michigan. He is the author of Knolwedge Management in the Intelligence Enterprise and Information Warfare Principles and Operations, and the co-author of Multisensor Data Fusion.

Mobile Communications Series

Editor-in-Chief
William Webb is CEO of the Weightless SIG, the standards body developing a new global M2M technology. He is a Director at Webb Search, an independent consultancy, and President of the IET. He was one of the founding directors of Neul, a company developing machine-to-machine technologies and networks, which was formed at the start of 2011. Prior to this William was a Director at Ofcom. Previously, William worked for a range of communications consultancies in the UK in the fields of hardware design, computer simulation, propagation modelling, spectrum management and strategy development. William also spent three years providing strategic management across Motorola’s entire communications portfolio, based in Chicago. William has published 13 books, over 100 papers, and 18 patents. He is a Visiting Professor at Surrey and Southampton Universities, an Adjunct Professor at Trinity College Dublin, a Board member of Cambridge Wireless, other oversight Boards and a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, the IEEE and the IET. His biography is included in multiple “Who’s Who” publications around the world. William has a first class honours degree in electronics, a PhD and an MBA. He can be contacted at wwebb@theiet.org.

Power Engineering Series 

Series Editor
Andres Carvallo is the CEO of CMG, a strategy consulting and advisory company enabling smarter cities, utilities, enterprises, vendors, and startups. He earned his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Kansas with a concentration in Robotics and Control Systems.

Radar Series 

Series Editor
Dr. Joseph R Guerci has over 30 years of advanced technology development experience in industrial, academic, and government settings - the latter included a seven year term with Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) where he led major new technology development efforts in his successive roles as Program Manager, Deputy Office Director, and Director of the Special Projects Office. Dr. Guerci has a Ph.D.E.E from NYU Polytechnic University and is the author of over 100 technical papers and publications, including the books Space-Time Adaptive Processing for Radar, 2nd ed., (Artech House) and the recently published Cognitive Radar: The Knowledge-Aided Fully Adaptive Approach, (Artech House). He is a Fellow of the IEEE for “Contributions to Advanced Radar Theory and its Embodiment in Real-World Systems”, and is the recipient of the 2007 IEEE Warren D. White Award for “Excellence in Radar Adaptive Processing and Waveform Diversity”. Recently he was named the 2010 IEEE Waveform Diversity and Design “Person of the Year” for “For Scientific, Technical, and Executive Leadership Contributions in Making Waveform Diversity a Fielded Technology “.

Remote Sensing Series 

Series Editor
Fawwaz T. Ulaby is a professor of computer science at the University of Michigan. Dr. Ulaby co-authored the Microwave Remote Sensingthree-volume series. He holds a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Texas, Austin.

Space Technology & Applications Series

Series Editor
Bruce Elbert is Managing Director of Applications Strategy Consulting. He received his M.S. from the University of Maryland and his M.B.A. from Pepperdine University. He is the author of several books, including The Satellite Communication Applications Handbook, Second Edition and The Satellite Communication Ground Segement and Earth Station Handbook.

Technology Management and Professional Development Series

Series Editor
Bruce Elbert is Managing Director of Applications Strategy Consulting. He received his M.S. from the University of Maryland and his M.B.A. from Pepperdine University.