Developments in Antenna Analysis and Design: Volume 2
Developments in Antenna Analysis and Design presents recent developments in antenna design and modeling techniques for a wide variety of applications, chosen because they are contemporary in nature, have been receiving considerable attention in recent years, and are crucial for future developments. It includes topics such as body-worn antennas, that play an important role as sensors for Internet of Things (IoT), and millimeter wave antennas that are vitally important for 5G devices. It also covers a wide frequency range that includes terahertz and optical frequencies. Additionally, it discusses topics such as theoretical bounds of antennas and aspects of statistical analysis that are not readily found in the existing literature.
Volume 2 covers:
- Graphene-based antennas; millimeter-wave antennas; terahertz antennas; optical antennas and fundamental bounds of antennas
- Fast and numerically efficient techniques for analyzing antennas and statistical analysis of antennas
- Ultra-wideband arrays; reflectarrays; and antennas for small satellites, viz., CubeSats
You might also be interested in Developments in Antenna Analysis and Design: Volume 1 or Developments in Antenna Analysis and Design: 2 Volume Set
About the Editor
Raj Mittra is a Life Fellow of the IEEE, a Past-President of AP-S, and has served as the Editor of Transactions of the Antennas and Propagation Society. He won the Guggenheim Fellowship Award in 1965, the IEEE Centennial Medal in 1984, the IEEE Millennium medal in 2000, the IEEE/AP-S Distinguished Achievement Award in 2002, the AP-S Chen-To Tai Distinguished Educator Award in 2004 and the IEEE Electromagnetics Award in 2006. He has published over 970 journal and symposium papers and more than 40 books or book chapters on various topics related to electromagnetics, antennas, microwaves and electronic packaging. He also has three patents on communication antennas to his credit.
A compelling read for researchers in academia and industry designing/analysing new antennas as well as advanced students of electromagnetics and telecoms.