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Author Archives: wmclab
Ioannis Sarantopoulos studied Telecommunications in the Department of Informatics and Telecommunications of the University of Peloponnese. He received his Bachelor Degree in 2016, and he joined the WMCLab in October 2017. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
“New Directions in Wireless Communications Systems: From Mobile to 5G” is now published. Our work entitled “RF Planning for Next-Generation Systems” can be found in chapter 6.
WMCLab members published an overview article for the current developments and applications in the field of UAVs. (pdf)
Thanasis Panagopoulos has started his Undergrad Thesis project on the instrumentation of wireless systems measurement.
Ioannis Sarantopoulos joined the lab team.
This thesis project deals with the study, design, development and operation of a telecommunications subsystem combining sensors and UAVs. The implementation is based on an Arduino microcontroller platform and it is equipped with sensors and transceivers. The purpose of the subsystem is the wireless collection and recording of measurements from ground-based sensors via a UAV.
Using Nemo Handy (embedded in the IRIS+ body) and the autopilot software of IRIS+, an analysis of Tripolis current LTE network at different altitudes above ground level can be performed. One of the first observations was that the number of LTE base stations available for serving is increased at higher altitudes, as a result the
Last week, Michael visited the Loughborough University Centre for Autonomous Systems (LUCAS). He made a short presentation (pdf) of our group activities on UAV Telecommunication systems, and he was given a really interesting tour at the LUCAS Labs. Michael’s visit was funded by the ERASMUS+ program.
Thanos Karayiannis has started his Undergrad Thesis project on Antenna Theory and Propagation.