The Wireless Communications Research Group was formed in 1998 to investigate new lines of research which can readily be transferred to industry. Our research on wireless communications is a recognized world leader in the fields of advanced design of wireless circuits and subsystems for 5G, B5G and 6G wireless networks, Internet of Things (IoT), wireless sensors networks.
Additionally, advanced research is conducted in different areas such as Computational Intelligence Systems and their applications to various domains (Food Science, Energy & Biomedicine) as well as development of selected aspects of the underlying theory of signals and systems for a wide range of engineering applications.
PhDs: completed: 35
PhDs: current 5
Visiting PhDs: 5
MRes: completed: 4
Books, book chapters and software: 4
Referred journal papers and letters: 172
Referred conference papers: 381
Keynote speaker/invited papers/lectures: 22
Seminars, workshops and posters: 24
TV programmes (BBC): 1
- EPSRC: A two-year EPSRC funded project, “Waveguide Filters with Improved Stopband Performance and Novel Antenna Filters for Millimeter-wave Applications”
- EPSRC: A three-year EPSRC funded project, “Novel 3D Multilayer Passive MIC and MMIC Components for Microwave and Millimetre-wave Applications”
- The Royal Society: The Royal Society Fellowship; European Science Exchange Programme (ESEP), Adaptive Error Control Schemes for Software Radio”
- European Commission: A four-year European Project; EUROWEB: European Research and Educational Collaboration with Western Balkan
- European Commission: A three-year European Project: TEMPUS: Revision of Electrical Engineering Curricula Based on New Technologies and Bologna Recommendations
- European Commission: Directorate-General for Education and Culture, Individual Mobility Grant
- Numerical electromagnetics (ie electromagnetic modelling and simulation of planar, quasi-planar, waveguide structures and graphene devices)
- Advanced design of circuits from RF through Microwave to Millimetre-wave frequencies for 3G, 4G, and 5G mobile broadband wireless communications, terrestrial and satellite communications, UltraWideBand (UWB) and WLAN systems
- Design of compact tunable and reconfigurable circuits and filtennas for multiband and multistandard wireless transceivers
- Advanced linearization concepts for mobile broadband wireless transmitters
- Graphene-based electronic devices and systems
- Wireless power transmission
- Wireless and electromagnetics in medicine
- Applications of RF/microwaves in medicine
- Radiowave, Microwave and Millimeter-Wave Propagation
- RF, Microwave and Millimetre-wave Wireless System Design
- Andjelija ILIC, Branko Bukvić, Djuradj Budimir, Milan Ilić, Design methodology for graphene tunable filters at the sub–millimeter–wave frequencies, Solid-State Electronics, April 2019.
- M. Bozic, M. Cabarkapa, D. Barjamovic and D. Budimir, (2018), Waveform Comparison and PA Nonlinearity Effects on CP-OFDM and 5G FBMC Wireless Systems, Microwave and Optical Technology Letters, Vol. 60, No. 8, pp: 1952-1956, August 2018.
- M. Vaskovic, V. S. Kodogiannis and D. Budimir, An Adaptive Fuzzy Logic System for the Compensation of Nonlinear Distortion in Wireless Power Amplifiers, Neural Computing and Applications, Springer, Vol. 28, No. 1, January 2017.
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Wireless Communications Research Group, 115 New Cavendish Street, London W1W 6UW