Wireless Fundamentals for Electronic Engineers

Wireless Fundamentals for Electronic Engineers

A compendium of articles from Electronic Design editor Lou Frenzel

Learn how to incorporate wireless products and methods within your designs with this collection of articles that focuses on wireless principles EEs need to know.

Electronic Design Contributor Lou Frenzel...

has curated a timeless collection of some of his best articles on wireless design to get you started. Topics include:

Radio wave propagation
The electromagnetic spectrum
Modulation techniques
Access methods
Antennas & other wireless principles

Lou Frenzel - Communications Technology

Lou Frenzel writes articles and blogs on the wireless, communications and networking sectors for Electronic Design. Formerly, Lou was professor and department head at Austin Community College where he taught electronics for 5 years and occasionally teaches an Adjunct Professor. Lou has 25+ years experience in the electronics industry. He held VP positions at Heathkit and McGraw Hill. He holds a bachelor’s degree from the University of Houston and a master’s degree from the University of Maryland. He is the author of 20 books on computer and electronics subjects.

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