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Wireless Research Group

Welcome to the home of the Wireless Research Group at Texas A&M University at Qatar.  The group works in different areas of fundamental and applied research in wireless communications, wireless system design, and emerging wireless applications. Our objective is to tackle new challenges for improving the performance of next generation wireless networks with a focus on physical layer design and up. Our current research interests are focused on developing algorithms that can fulfill the demand for fifth generation networks including energy efficiency, interference mitigation, high throughput and spectrum efficiency. Recently, we started working on the communication aspects of novel emerging technologies such as smart grids, electric vehicles, visible light communication, body area networks, reconfigurable antennas and underwater communication systems. The research conducted by the group members including faculty, researchers and students is generously funded by QNRF, Ooredoo and RasGas. Our theoretical research results are verified by experimental results developed in our wireless research lab equipped with the latest measurement and analysis equipment to carry out their research. In addition to our research activities, we supervise undergraduate senior design projects, which serves as a great opportunity for our students to learn and work on new challenges in the area of wireless communication. Wireless research group is also working actively in applications of wireless to remote healthcare. For details about activities in remote healthcare technology work, please click here Center for Remote Health Technologies & Systems Extension at Qatar.


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Wireless Research Laboratory


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