- [June 2023] Our paper on 'Sparse Bayesian Learning-Based Channel Estimation for IRS-Aided Millimeter Wave Massive MIMO Systems,' accepted for publication in Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC), Toronto, Canada
- [June 2022] Our paper on 'Secrecy Performance with Optimal Relay and Antenna Selection in Spectrum-Sharing Networks,' accepted for publication in IEEE International Conference on Signal Processing and Communications (SPCOM), IISc, India
- [June 2022] Our paper on 'Outage Performance of Optimal Relay and Antenna Selection Schemes with TAS/MRC and TAS/SC for Spectrum-Sharing Network under Imperfect CSI,' accepted for publication in IEEE International Conference on Signal Processing and Communications (SPCOM), IISc, India
- [May 2022] Organised a workshop "Intelligent Reflecting Surfaces: Fundamentals and Applications". The Workshop received 250+ registrations. [Link]
- [March 2022] Our paper on 'Secrecy-Aware Relay and Antenna Selection for MIMO Wiretap Spectrum-Sharing Network,' accepted for publication in IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference: VTC2022-Spring, in Hensinki.
The "Advanced Wireless Communications Lab" is focused on developing next generation wireless communication technologies (e.g., MIMO technologies, Cognitive Radio technologies, Cooperative Communication, Physical Layer Security, Energy Harvesting Networks, Green Communication, mmWave communication systems, and Intelligent Reflecting Surfaces). Emphasis will be on building new wireless communication systems and development of new technologies with their performance analyses. We focus mostly on physical layer concepts.
Through MS by Research, and Ph.D programs, students will get trained in designing new communication technologies from scratch with detailed mathematical analysis, as applicable. This will lead to skill development which will satisfy academia and industry needs altogether. Motivated iMTech and M.Tech. students interested to work on 5G physical layer and completed Digital communication (EC-306) and Wireless Communication (NC-827) courses are welcome to do thesis with the coordinator.
Dr. Priyanka Das
Assistant Professor, IIITB