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Backscattering and RF Sensing for Future Wireless Communication

Qammer H. Abbasi (Redaktør) ; Hasan Tahir Abbas (Redaktør) ; Akram Alomainy (Redaktør) ; Muhammad Ali Imran (Redaktør)

Backscattering and RF Sensing for Future Wireless Communication
Discover what lies ahead in wireless communication networks with this insightful and forward-thinking book written by experts in the fieldBackscattering and RF Sensing for Future Wireless Communication delivers a concise and insightful picture of emerging and future trends in increasing the efficiency and performance of wireless communication networks. Les mer
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Backscattering and RF Sensing for Future Wireless Communication
Discover what lies ahead in wireless communication networks with this insightful and forward-thinking book written by experts in the fieldBackscattering and RF Sensing for Future Wireless Communication delivers a concise and insightful picture of emerging and future trends in increasing the efficiency and performance of wireless communication networks. The book shows how the immense challenge of frequency saturation could be met via the deployment of intelligent planar electromagnetic structures. It provides an in-depth coverage of the fundamental physics behind these structures and assesses the enhancement of the performance of a communication network in challenging environments, like densely populated urban centers.The distinguished editors have included resources from a variety of leading voices in the field who discuss topics such as the engineering of metasurfaces at a large scale, the electromagnetic analysis of planar metasurfaces, and low-cost and reliable backscatter communication. All of the included works focus on the facilitation of the development of intelligent systems designed to enhance communication network performance. Readers will also benefit from the inclusion of:A thorough introduction to the evolution of wireless communication networks over the last thirty years, including the imminent saturation of the frequency spectrum
An exploration of state-of-the-art techniques that next-generation wireless networks will likely incorporate, including software-controlled frameworks involving artificial intelligence
An examination of the scattering of electromagnetic waves by metasurfaces, including how wave propagation differs from traditional bulk materials
A treatment of the evolution of artificial intelligence in wireless communications
Perfect for researchers in wireless communications, electromagnetics, and urban planning, Backscattering and RF Sensing for Future Wireless Communication will also earn a place in the libraries of government policy makers, technologists, and telecom industry stakeholders who wish to get a head start on understanding the technologies that will enable tomorrow?s wireless communications.

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Qammer H. Abbasi, is Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) and Deputy Head of Communications Sensing and Imaging Group in the James Watt School of Engineering at the University of Glasgow, UK.

Hasan T. Abbas, PhD, is a Lecturer at the James Watt School of Engineering, University of Glasgow, UK. His research interests are focused on plasmonics, numerical methods in electromagnetics and healthcare analytics.

Akram Alomainy, PhD, is a Reader in Antennas & Applied EM at Queen Mary University, UK. He is Associate Editor for IEEE AWPL and IEEE J-ERM and leads Wearable Technology and Creativity Research.

Muhammad A. Imran is Dean at the University of Glasgow, UESTC, Professor of Communication Systems and Head of Communications Sensing and Imaging Group in the James Watt School of Engineering at the University of Glasgow, UK.