From Maxwell's Equations to Modern Electromagnetics and Antenna Engineering Marvels
The collective works of many scientists and engineers were captured in Maxwell, Hertz, Marconi and Shannon's pioneering contributions to modern communications technologies. This has resulted in a widespread awareness of the critical role wireless services play in today's communications-centered marketplace. Among many components critical in optimizing the efficient performance of modern communication devices, antennas play paramount role. In this presentation the following topics will be touched upon: (a) The age of personal and space communications, (b) modern electromagnetic numerical and evolutionary optimization techniques in antenna system designs, (c) personal communications antennas including human interactions and reconfigurable designs, (d) medical applications including wearable, RFID, implantable and ingestible systems, and (e) recent developments in meta-materials in electromagnetics system applications. Representative examples will be shown and future trends will be highlighted.
The collective works of many scientists and engineers were captured in Maxwell, Hertz, Marconi and Shannon's pioneering contributions to modern communications technologies. Professor Samii gives us the rundown