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
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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 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
PMM LP-02 Frequency Range: 200MHz-3GHz
Research focusing on: Outdoor optical wireless (OW) systems have recently gained attention as a broadband alternative in niche applications including semi-permanent office interconnections and MAN implementations. Despite the inherent advantages of outdoor OW systems, the transmission of light through the atmosphere can be challenging. Apart from weather-dependent static transmission losses that may limit the system
George Tsoulos participates as editor in the special issue “Fulfilling the IOT Ecosystem through 5G networks: Challenges and Breakthroughs” of the International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks.
Network Testing Drones Following the current trends in wireless systems technology, the lab recently acquired a quad-copter (IRIS+ by 3DR) for drone applications. Currently, IRIS+ is being used both for research and educational activities. Projects: Analysis of LTE network Sensor Applications An Arduino-Based Subsystem for Controlling UAVs Through GSM E/M radiation
Students: Irene Mpasiaka – Kiriaki Tsirivakou Supervisors: George Tsoulos – Dimitra Zarbouti Complete in: 2012 Abstract In this thesis extensive power measurements were held in the first floor of the Science and Technology Faculty building. The thesis goal was to determine a convenient indoor path loss prediction model for this building area and to investigate