Experienced professional in teaching and research domains. Experienced in design, development, and testing of antenna systems for 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G, and Wi-Fi technologies. I have worked on design and development of planar antennas (patch, PIFA), fractal antennas, arrays, MIMO antennas, metamaterial based antennas, FSS, AMC, Metasurface, Textile antennas and many more.
The current key achievement is the filing of a French patent (FR2006115) on a novel multi-port antenna supporting multiple bands simultaneously.
Supervisor for Master and Doctoral students; Research on advance antenna topics; Teaching Undergraduate students
dez. 2019 - Atual
Design and development of antennas for next-generation railway communication systems.
Universite Gustave Eiffel, France
set. 2021 - jan. 2022 (4 meses, 2 dias)
Design and testing of antennas for automotive and railway applications.
Doctorate of Philosophy
Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, India 2016 - 2021
Master of Engineering
Panjab University, India 2011 - 2013
Bachelor of Technology
Punjab Technical University, India 2006 - 2009
A two element MIMO antenna for sub‐6 GHz and mmWave 5G systems using characteristics mode analysis
Microwave and Optical Technology Letters
A two-element multiband multi-input multi-output (MIMO) antenna for 5G communication devices is proposed. Characteristics mode analysis is used to develop the proposed antenna. The proposed antenna covers more than 400 MHz bandwidth at 3.5, 4.3 GHz bands, and wideband coverage of more than 12 GHz covering many mmWave bands between 24 and 38 GHz. The use of complementary metamaterial unit cell resulted in a minimum of 21 dB isolation in 3.5 GHz band and a minimum of 24 dB in mmWave bands.
A compact multi‐band MIMO antenna for 4G/5G and IoT devices using theory of characteristic modes
International Journal of RF and Microwave Computer Aided Engineering
A compact four element multi-band multi-input multi-output (MIMO) antenna system for 4G/5G and IoT applications is proposed. It consists of four L-shaped PIFA elements each operating at 3.5, 12.5, and 17 GHz bands with the bandwidth of 359 MHz, 1 GHz, and more than 3.7 GHz, respectively. Good isolation characteristics of lower than −21 dB are observed by implementing a complimentary Metamaterial structure on the ground plane.