Organisation Details* - UNSW Dept EET

Name School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications
University of New South Wales
Contact Details NSW
Australia
Website http://www.eet.unsw.edu.au/research/research.html

Description

The Telecommunication group at the University of New South Wales is one of the largest in Australia, and currently consists of 8 full time academic staff members, 3 Senior Technical Officers, and 28 graduate students. The group also has advanced laboratory facilities with state of the art test and development facilities, and advanced experimental networks.

The group members have experience working in both academia and industry, in Australia and overseas. Their work is internationally recognized. The expertise of the group is concentrated in three main areas of Telecommunications, namely Signal Processing, Mobile Communication Systems, and Communication Networks.

Research

The research work of the mobile communications group concentrates on the multiple access, coding, modulation and equalization and synchronization mechanisms. The work has attracted significant industrial support.

The major research areas of the group are:

  • Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) Systems;
  • Channel Coding and Digital Modulation;
  • Radio Interference and Multi-user Detection;
  • Adaptive Equalization and Synchronization;
  • Design and Analysis of Cellular and Satellite System.

Areas of Expertise

Research Areas Signal Processing; Communications Theory; Communications Theory; Wireless Access;
Application Areas Mobile Communications; Wireless Data Communications; Satellite Communications;

Researchers

Researcher
Azmi, Marwan Hadri
Bui, Tuyen ThiBich
Ha, Hoang Kha
Huang, Kuan Lun
Huynh, Hieu Quan
Karim, MD Anisul
Khan, Faisal Ahmed
Libman, Lavy
Liu, Yue
Nevat, Ido
Nguyen, Tran Nam
Nguyen, Tuan Thanh
Pasha, Syed Ahmed
Razi, Adeel
Seneviratne, Aruna
Ta, Hung Quang
Tsai, Jack W
Vishwanath, Arun
Yang, Tao
Yuan, Jinhong
Zhang, Wei

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