Ilias Gkovousis presented his MSc thesis “Low-EMF wireless systems” (in greek: Ασύρματα συστήματα χαμηλής HM εκπομπής). His thesis was supervised by Prof. Tsoulos.
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The thesis project of Valasis Nikolaos-Michael “A UAV assisted sensor subsystem” was successfully completed. A short description of this work along with the thesis (in greek) is now available [abstract, πτυχιακή].
George Papaggelopoulos presented his BSc thesis “60GHz for Wireless Communications” (in greek: Η συχνότητα 60GHz για ασύρματες τηλεπικοινωνίες 5ης γενιάς). His thesis was supervised by Prof. Athanasiadou and Prof. Tsoulos.
Michael Valasis presented his BSc thesis “A UAV assisted sensor subsystem” (in greek: Ανάπτυξη τηλεπικοινωνιακού υποσυστήματος σε UAV για λήψη δεδομένων από επίγειους ανιχνευτές). His thesis was supervised by Prof. Sagias and Mr. Batistatos and is a project of WMCL Measurements research track.
The research collaboration of WMCL and Huawei has recently resulted in two major publications, a journal paper published at the Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies and a conference paper accepted at the 85th Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC2017-Spring).
Students George Solidakis and Fanourios Tsokas will present their work “An Arduino-Based Subsystem for Controlling UAVs Through GSM” in this year MOCAST conference from 4 to 6 of May 2017. They managed to program an arduino board in order to navigate a small UAV with simple commands sent via the GSM network. Details can be
Konstantina Korfioti presented his BSc thesis “Nanosatellite systems” (in greek: Επισκόπηση Νανοδορυφορικών Συστημάτων). Her thesis was supervised by Prof. George Tsoulos and Prof. Konstantinos Katzis of the European University Cyprus.
The Wireless and Mobile Communications Laboratory (WMCL) of the Department of Informatics and Telecommunications has entered the international competition Drones for Good with the proposal entitled ‘Remote Refugee Rescue & Drone Assisted Telemedicine (Drones4Sea)’. The basic concept behind this proposal is using drones to rescue refugees in the sea.
More than one million refugees have tried to reach Europe by crossing the Mediterranean Sea the last couple of years; a humanitarian crisis of unprecedented proportions. The main sea route is the eastern Mediterranean route where Greece is the entry point towards Europe. It is evident that search and rescue missions are of paramount importance and in this context, drones may prove valuable allies in surveying the sea borders as well as directly assisting the rescue crews with telemedicine services.
The MGA12 minigrid is a parabolic dish antenna having an open reflector surface to reduce wind loading. Frequency Range: 1900-2300 MHz
BC-01 Biconical Antenna 30 to 200 MHz