Christopher Siu is a faculty member in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering Technology at BCIT. We asked him to tell us about his book that has just been published by CRC Press and this is what he had to say:
I joined BCIT in 2008, after working for 15 years in the electronics design industry. My industry projects had involved designing microchips for cellular phones and Bluetooth, and hence wireless
communication became a topic of interest for me. The wireless market has undergone tremendous change and growth over the past several decades; consider that in the 1980’s, barely anyone owned cell phones! The Internet of Things (IoT) is poised to be the next big thing in wireless; fitness trackers such as Fitbit are just the tip of the iceberg. I put together this book IoT and Low Power Wireless to capture where we are at this point in time with IoT research. One thing that amazed me is the ability to easily collaborate with authors around the world, all thanks to the internet!
You can find a print copy of Chris’s book at the Burnaby Campus Library – TK 5105.8857 I68 2018 or find it online through the library’s subscription to EngNetBase
(Note: login with A# and password is required off campus).