Engineering - Electrical Engineering
- Edited by Melvin Weiner, one of the original and most innovative pioneers in electromagnetic wave technology
- Explains the editor's invention of the first continuous-wave solid-state laser and other inventions used in outer space and for surveillance
- Includes contributions from over 25 of the top names in the field
- Presents the editor's original concepts regarding electromagnetic-wave scatter
Adaptive Antennas and Receivers introduces the most current research on the modeling, testing, and application of adaptive antennas and receivers. It provides a thorough grounding for engineers and scientists, as well as practitioners and students working in surveillance, communication, and navigation. It also offers valuable insight for those in the artificial intelligence, tomography, and security intrusion industries. The material is based on the editor's original ideas in working with electromagnetic waves and energy that have been the basis for significant innovations over the last half-century. Much of the material comes from his selected patents and original journal articles.