Double ridge guide Horn Antenna. Frequency range from 700MHz to 18 GHz and gain from 1.4 to 15 dBi. Model: SAS-571
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The lab is equipped with 3D Ray Tracing algorithm for deterministic propagation modelling. Key Publications: G. E. Athanasiadou, A. R. Nix and J. P. McGeehan, “A microcellular ray-tracing propagation model and evaluation of its narrow-band and wide-band predictions,” in IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, vol. 18, no. 3, pp. 322-335, March 2000. G.E.Athanasiadou,
The updated Wireless and Mobile Communication Lab website is now online!
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.
G.Tsoulos has joined the technical committee of the 5G Research and Technology Conference – 5G SUMMIT.
The Wireless and Mobile Communications Lab has signed an NDA with Huawei Technologies Dusseldorf GmbH in order to work together towards the dynamic densification of 5G access networks using vehicles.
Finalist Best Paper Award: The paper ‘The Effects of Antenna Array Size and Back Lobe Level on Self-Interference and Transmitted Powers for 4G Beamforming Multicell Systems with In-Band Full Duplex Relays’ by D.Zarbouti, G.Tsoulos, G.Athanasiadou, was selected among 1019 accepted papers as a finalist to EuCAP 2015 Antenna Design and Applications Best Paper Award. In
George Tsoulos was elected a EurAAP (European Association on Antennas and Propagation) regional delegate for Group 15 (Cyprus, Greece, Israel, Turkey), for the period 2015-2017.
The BSc thesis “Power consumption in single-cell LTE systems with relays” conducted by Ilias Xirogiannis completed.(abstract).