Next Generation
Wireless Systems Lab

About us

These are exciting times in the field of wireless research. Wireless communications now affects all our lives in multiple ways, the common examples being cellular phones, wireless local area networks, back haul microwave links, etc. Wireless technology is expanding at a rapid pace, and is now finding several more applications such as in wireless sensor networks, factory automation, vehicular communication, personal area networks, body area networks, etc.

The current research work in the lab focuses on performance analysis and design of next generation cellular mobile radio systems such as HSPA, LTE, and WiMAX, wireless system and protocol design for energy harvesting wireless sensor networks, cognitive radio, cooperative communications, multiple antenna systems, and interference modeling.

Recent News
  • Jobin's paper on "Throughput-Optimal Scheduling and Rate Adaptation for Reduced Feedback Best-M Scheme in OFDM Systems" to appear in IEEE Trans. on Communications, 2017.
  • Priyanka's paper on "Cognitive Relay Selection with Incomplete Channel State Information of Interference Links" has been accepted in IEEE ICC 2017 Communication Theory Symposium.
  • Prof. Neelesh B Mehta has been awarded the Hari Om Ashram Prerit Vikram Sarabhai Research Award 2015.
  • Prof. Neelesh B Mehta has been featured in spotlight interview of EE Web. The complete interview is available here.
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