Anyone who is seriously working in the EMC and ESD fields will need to consider seeing this book. I expect it should become a standard reference book for electromagnetic compatibility design and testing, as well as covering electrostatic discharge issues. It is both complex and advanced, but with enough basic materials to be useful to a more novice engineer or technician. As for me, I have gladly cleared a space on my desk, front and center, where this book will now remain within arm's reach.
- IEEE EMC Society Newsletter, No. 2304, Winter 2004
This book contains a vast range of material and is very thorough well written and useful One of the more striking aspects of the book is the large number of tables I would like to emphasize that I find this book very useful. It is obvious that Prof. Kaiser has put a tremendous amount of effort, care, and consideration into this text. Also, given the amount of useful material in this book, it is definitely a bargain.
- IEEE Microwave Magazine, Vol. 6, No. 2, June 2005
The book is useful for all the designers of electronic equipments: electrical and electronics engineers, technicians, professors, teachers. The content covers much more than EMC. The title should be 'All you should know to really master EMC'. It is an Encyclopaedia of Radio Engineering. The presentation is compact, useful in all applications, with many figures, tables and graphics.... Including basics but also discussions and derivations never published before in book form guarantees that the book will be useful for many years ahead, even for these fast-evolution domains, as electronics and aerospace technology.
-- Serban Birca-Galateanu,, Electrical and Electronic Engineering Dep., Nantes, Franc, for IEEE Power Electronics Society Newsletter, Volume 18, Number 3