Wireless Engineering

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The Wireless InnovationS in Engineering (WISE) research group undertakes cutting-edge wireless research at the physical-layer, device-level, and protocol-level. Current research activities are focused on 5G wireless systems, microwave and millimetre-wave radio frequency structures, radio frequency based sensing and energy harvesting, and others.

The research group is made up of academic staff members and postgraduate students from the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE). The staff members are:


Active projects:

DegreeStudentProjectSupervisors
PhDAsim AnwarNon-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) for 5G systems Seet & Li
PhDXiaoyou Lin
High radio frequency applications of conductive fabric
Seet & Joseph (TDL)
PhDPrabakar Parthiban
Patch antenna arrays using non-conventional RF materials
Seet & Li
PhDJofina Jijin
Fog-based 5G radio access technologies
Seet & Chong
PhDTanveer AhmadIndoor 3D wireless localisationLi & Seet
PhDAdnan Ghaffar
Reconfigurable antennas for energy harvesting
Li & Seet
PhDMinglong ZhangPhysical layer network coding over multipath fading channelsChong & Seet
PhD
Aayush Aneja
Multiband reconfigurable LNA for software defined radio
Li & Moir
PhD
Hazim Jarrah
System-level fault diagnosis for dynamic networksChong & Sakar (NSRG)
PhD
Masoto Chiputa
Seamless integration of optical and wireless architectures
Chong & Sabit
PhDBrandt LiFlexible electronic structure for radio frequency applicationsLi & Seet
PhDBin HuWideband direction of arrival estimation based on the cyclic stabilityLi & Chong
MEXin DongSparse antenna array with compressive sensingLi & Moir
    

Available Projects: Prospective PhD/ME students may develop their own research project in collaboration with their supervisors or undertake one of the following specified available projects.

DegreeProject DescriptionSupervisor
ME

Implication of Channel Impairments on Radio Frequency Fingerprinting
Channel impairments and interference degrade the unique features embedded in the analog signal of a transmitter, which in turn decrease the RF fingerprinting accuracy. This research project will address the reliability and robustness of RF fingerprinting in an indoor and outdoor environment. This will be a step forward in the actual implementation of RF fingerprinting.

Approach/Methodology:
1. Signal processing toolbox of MATLAB would be used to simulate fading channels
2. Free source GNU radio software will be used to develop the radio software for USRP.
3. Experiments will be conducted with USRP to capture live signals under realistic operating conditions, where the effect of environmental impairments will analysed.
4. Simulation results and captured data will be analysed with the help of MATLAB.

Saeed Rehman

Key research equipment:

RF anechoic chamber
2300 x 2100 x 2300 mm
30 MHz to 110 GHz
Agilent PNA network analyser
250 kHz to 20 GHz
Anritsu handheld vector network analyser
1 MHz to 40 GHz
Rohde & Schwarz spectrum analyser
9 kHz to 30 GHz
Rohde & Schwarz signal generator
9 kHz to 3.2 GHz
Aaronia handheld spectrum analyser
9 kHz to 9.4 GHz
Weiss temperature and climatic test chamber
10-180°C
10-98% RH

For any enquiry, please contact: Boon-Chong Seet (boon-chong.seet@aut.ac.nz)


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