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wireless communications PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  High-Speed Millimetre Wave Wireless Communications
  Prof X Huang
Applications accepted all year round

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Increasing demand for high speed wireless communications systems means that new signal processing algorithms and hardware implementations are necessary to meet low cost and high performance requirements.
  Mixed-criticality wireless communications over dynamic networks
  Dr L Indrusiak
Applications accepted all year round

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Research areas. Autonomous and self-adaptive systems; Cyber Physical Systems; Embedded systems; Real time languages and systems; Safety of autonomous and self-adaptive systems; Simulating complex systems; Wireless Sensor Networks and Internet of Things.
  Development of Integrated THz Transmitter Module for Wireless Communications and Imaging
  Prof Y Huang, Prof S Hsu
Application Deadline: 31 December 2019

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This project is part of a 4-year Dual PhD degree programme between the National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) in Taiwan and the University of Liverpool in England.
  5G Wireless Communications from High Altitude Platform Networks
  Research Group: Communication Technologies
  Prof D Grace
Applications accepted all year round

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Taking into account the significant, ongoing high altitude platform projects by Google and Facebook, this project will examine how a network of high altitude platforms can be used to deliver 5G wireless communications.
  PhD in Additive Manufactured Antennas and Arrays for 5G Automotive Communication Technologies
  Dr I L Morrow, Dr A Tsourdos
Applications accepted all year round

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Underpinning future automotive wireless communications equipment will be cost-effective, small form factor, low power (yet high performance) reconfigurable antenna array systems.
  Design and performance evaluation of multi-element antenna systems for mobile handheld devices
  Dr P Karadimas
Applications accepted all year round

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Antennas are the corner stone of wireless communications as they are Antennas are the corner stone of wireless communications as they are responsible for transmitting and receiving the electromagnetic wave that carries the information message.
  Massive MIMO and large Intelligence Surfaces for 5G and Beyond 5G networks
  Prof S Lambotharan
Applications accepted all year round

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Massive MIMO is seen as a revolution in wireless communications that can fundamentally overcome the problems of interference and fading and enhance data rates significantly.
  Hybrid OFDM transceiver design and implementation for connected autonomous vehicles
  Dr P Karadimas
Applications accepted all year round

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Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) is a signalling technique that exploits orthogonal carriers to transmit information and enhance received signal diversity and consequently increase received signal-to-noise ratio (SNR).
  Symmetric cryptographic key generation algorithms for secure connected autonomous vehicles
  Dr P Karadimas
Applications accepted all year round

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Secure data exchange between communicating vehicles is one of the greatest technical challenges pending to be addressed prior to mass production of fully autonomous vehicles.
  Transmitter optimization techniques for physical layer security
  Research Group: Communication Technologies
  Dr K Cumanan
Applications accepted all year round

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Physical layer security has been recently recognized as a promising new design paradigm to provide security in wireless networks in addition to the existing conventional cryptographic methods, where physical layer dynamics of fading channels are exploited to establish secured wireless links.
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