Hi There! This is Manish Nair. I'm a Ph.D. Reserach Assistant witht the Wireless Commnications Group at the School of Engineering and Digital Arts (EDA).
Room:Room 1.18 - Desk Number:4
University of Kent
Ph.D. Reserach Assistant with the Wireless Commnications Group at the School of Engineering and Digital Arts (EDA).
RF and Microwave enthusiast. Research in Millimeter Wave Mobile Communications.
I work for RAIPD 5G (Radio Access Technologies with Photonic Infrastructure for Dense User Environment), an EU Horizon 2020-Japan Collaboration Project.
Current Research: Beamforming and Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access (N-OMA) for Millimeter Wave Systems (5G) with a focus on Massive-MIMO and Large Scale Antenna Arrays (LSAS). Millimeter Wave Channel modeling. Smart-antennas. Phased arrays.
My other interests are in RFIC (Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit) Desgin, Microwave Filter Design, SAW/BAW Filter Design, RF - MEMS (Micro-Electro Mechanical Systems), antenna design and modeling.
In a past life, I was an RF Design Engineer. I have worked on GaAs HBT RF PA (Gallium Arsenide Hetero-Junction Bipolar Transistor RF Power Amplifer) design, PA Systems design and PA Apps for Cellular Front-Ends. I have also worked on LDMOS (Laterally Diffused Metal Oxide Semiconductor) PA desgin for Cellular Infrastructure Front-Ends.
This current term (Fall 2016), I'm a Lab Demostrator for EL568 Digital Implementation.