Constantine Balanis, Arizona State University
This series publishes on topics that include both classic and advanced antenna configurations. Each lecture covers, for that topic, the fundamental principles in a unified manner, develops underlying concepts needed for sequential material, and progresses to the more advanced designs. State-of-the-art advances made in antennas are also included. Computer software, when appropriate and available, is included for computation, visualization and design. The series is designed to meet the demands of 21st century technology and its advancements on antenna analysis, design and measurements for engineers, scientists, technologists and engineering managers in the fields of wireless communication, radiation, propagation, communication, navigation, radar, RF systems, remote sensing, and radio astronomy who require a better understanding of the underlying concepts, designs, advancements and applications of antennas.
Series ISSN: 1932-6076 (print) 1932-6084 (electronic)