Antenna and Array Technologies for Future Wireless Ecosystems
ANTENNA AND ARRAY TECHNOLOGIES FOR FUTURE WIRELESS ECOSYSTEMS Discover a timely and accessible resource on the latest antenna research driving new developments in the field In Antenna and Array Technologies for Future Wireless Ecosystems, distinguished academics and authors Drs. Y. Jay Guo and Richard W. Ziolkowski deliver a cutting-edge resource for researchers, academics, students, and engineers who need the latest research findings on the newest challenges facing antenna designers who will be creating the technology that drives future 6G and beyond wireless systems and networks. This timely and impactful book offers the fundamental knowledge that will facilitate new research activities in the antennas and applied electromagnetics communities, and conveys innovative and practical solutions to many wireless industry problems. Its international cohort of leading authors delivers their findings on a variety of advanced topics in antenna and array research, including metasurface antennas; electrically small directive antennas; RF, millimeter-wave and THz antennas and arrays; atom-based sensors, and arrays of quantum emitters. The book also includes resources that cover the important topics: A thorough introduction to various intelligent and low-cost beam scanning, beamforming and beam-reconfigurable array technologies to support dynamic networking of future systems An exploration of advanced techniques for analyzing large arrays, as well as an examination of advanced antenna-in-package technologies for future mm-wave systems Discussions of the latest research on electrically small and extremely large hybrid antenna arrays, and photonic beamforming networks to address spectrum scarcity in future systems Low form-factor, low energy-consumption, and wireless power transfer antennas for the Internet of Things (IoT) This book is the companion of the Wiley book by the same authors, Advanced Antenna Array Engineering for 6G and Beyond Wireless Communications. Perfect for antenna engineers in academia and industry, Antenna and Array Technologies for Future Wireless Ecosystems will also be an essential resource in the libraries of senior undergraduate and graduate students studying antenna engineering applied electromagnetics and seeking a one-stop reference for state-of-the-art global antenna and antenna array research activities.
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