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Researcher Details
 
Name: Professor AH Aghvami
Organisation: Kings College London
Department: Engineering
Current EPSRC-Supported Research Topics:
Artificial Intelligence Control Engineering
Digital Signal Processing Networks & Distributed Systems
RF & Microwave Technology Robotics & Autonomy

Current EPSRC Support
EP/W004348/1 Smart Solutions Towards Cellular-Connected Unmanned Aerial Vehicles System (AUTONOMY)(C)
EP/R006466/1 Communications Signal Processing Based Solutions for Massive Machine-to-Machine Networks (M3NETs)(C)
Previous EPSRC Support
EP/N029720/2 Enabling High-Speed Microwave and Millimetre Wave Links (MiMiWaveS)(C)
EP/M016145/2 Massive MIMO wireless networks: Theory and methods(C)
EP/N005651/2 Simultaneously Wireless InFormation and energy Transfer (SWIFT)(C)
EP/P022723/1 The Internet of Silicon Retinas (IoSiRe): Machine to machine communications for neuromorphic vision sensing data(C)
EP/N029720/1 Enabling High-Speed Microwave and Millimetre Wave Links (MiMiWaveS)(C)
EP/N005651/1 Simultaneously Wireless InFormation and energy Transfer (SWIFT)(C)
EP/M016145/1 Massive MIMO wireless networks: Theory and methods(C)
EP/G062420/1 EPSRC/VCE Strategic Partnership: Green Radio(P)
EP/D052769/1 Optimising Resource Efficiency in Future Mobile Communications(P)
GR/S62017/01 Spectral Efficiency Enhancement for W-CDMA Based Heirarchical Cell Structures Employing Smart Antennas(P)
GR/R90529/01 Methodology for the Evaluation of Future Packet-Based CDMA Systems Using Benchmark Traffic Models(P)
GR/N29143/01 (MTP) MSC PROGRAMME IN SIGNAL PROCESSING(P)
GR/R16822/01 Space-Time Iterative Reciever Structures For Wireless Communication Systems(P)
GR/N64236/01 ENHANCED MEDIA ACCESS CONTROL (MAC) STRATEGIES FOR PACKET WIDE-BAND CDMA SYSTEMS(P)
GR/M14722/01 DYNAMIC RESOURCE ALLOCATION STRATEGIES IN HIERARCHICAL CELLULAR STRUCTURES FOR THE THIRD GENERATION SYSTEMS(P)
GR/K86763/01 PHYSICAL LAYER ISSUES FOR HYBRID CDMA/TDMA AIR INTERFACES FOR THIRD GENERATION MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS(P)
GR/K79345/01 ADVANCED CHANNEL STRUCTURES FOR FUTURE PERSONAL COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS SUPPORTING MULTIPLE MOBILE SERVICES(P)
GR/K27018/01 LARGE-SIGNAL CHARACTERISATION AND DESIGN OF MILLIMETRE-WAVE INTEGRATED CIRCUITS(C)
GR/J52099/01 ADVANCED MODULATION AND CHANNEL CODING TECHNIQUES FOR FUTURE CELLULAR MOBILE SYSTEM(P)
GR/J51214/01 NOVEL CIRCUIT TECHNIQUES FOR MONOLITHIC MICROWAVE POWER AMPLIFIERS(C)
GR/J16268/01 ANTENNA SECTORISATION AND DIVERSITY TECHNIQUES FOR MICROWAVE AND MILLIMETRE-WAVE COMMUNICATIONS.(C)
GR/J52082/01 MEDIA ACCESS CONTROL PROTOCOLS FOR INDOOR WIDEBAND RADIO COMMUNICATIONS(P)
GR/H78535/01 A NEW CLASS OF ACTIVE FILTER FOR MONOLITHIC MICROWAVE INTEGRATED CIRCUITS(C)
GR/H78528/01 HYBRID SPREAD-SPECTRUM TECHNIQUES FOR CELLULAR MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS(C)
GR/H39468/01 ADVANCED MICROWAVE SIGNAL PROCESSING TECHNIQUES FOR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS(C)
GR/G57215/01 NOVEL SIGNAL PROCESSING TECHNIQUES AND HARDWARE ARCHITECTURES FOR FULLY DIGITAL HIGH BIT RATE MODEMS(P)
GR/G57222/01 FREQUENCY HOPPING TECHNIQUES FOR EFFICIENT USE OF THE RF SPECTRUM(C)
GR/G33066/01 SPECTRUM ANALYSER FOR THE MEASURMENT OF DIGITAL RADIO TRANSMISSIONS AND MICROWAVE CIRCUITS.(P)
GR/F92183/01 MULTI-LEVEL CIRCUIT TECHNIQUES FOR DIGITAL AND ANALOGUE CIRCUITS USING COMPOUND SEMI-CONDUCTOR DEVICES(P)
GR/F31076/01 NOVEL TECHNIQUES FOR MMIC COMMUNICATIONS RECIEVERS(P)
GR/F04414/01 TRELLIS-CODED 16-ARY QAM TRANSMISSION PERFORMANCE THROUGH NONLINEAR SATELLITE CHANNELS(P)
Key: (P)=Principal Investigator, (C)=Co-Investigator, (R)=Researcher Co-Investigator