Future Wireless Networks
Our research staff are internationally recognized and leading in future wireless communication systems. There is a strong focus on next generation (5G) wide-area wireless networks, as well as on small scale medical body-area communications. New technologies include mm-wave communications, cell densification, heterogeneous networks, massive MIMO, and spectrum sharing. Other areas of interest include random access networks and network information theory.
- Airborne communications
- Next-generation mobile cellular network architectures
- Heterogeneous Networks
- Body Area Networks
- mm-wave Network Architectures
- Cognitive Communication systems
- Ad-Hoc Networks
- Device-to-Device communications
- Satellite Communications
- Spectrum Sharing
- Software Defined Networking
- Signal processing
- Six papers from the group have been accepted for the IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC). The papers will address a wide range of research problems in emerging wireless communications systems, including covert communications for mission critical applications, secure UAV-aided wireless communications, beam alignment for mmWave communications, optimum relay selection in 5G wireless systems, handover characterisation in spatial HetNets and optimum energy efficient communications with low-resolution quantisation.
- Prof Stephen Hanly awarded the 2015 IEEE Communications Society Best Tutorial Paper Award
- Prof Iain Collings awarded the Best Peer Reviewed Paper Award at the International Global Navigation Satellite Systems Society Symposium and Exhibition (IGNSS) 2015
- We brought to Australia the 10th International Conference on Body Area Networks (BODYNETS 2015) which was held on 28-30 September 2015 in Sydney. The conference was under the technical sponsorship of the ACM. For more information visit the conference website.
- We were the first university in Australia to forge a research partnership with CSIRO under the revitalised Science Industry Endowment Fund
|Hazer Inaltekin |
|Subhas Mukhopadhyay |
|Shihao Yan |
MQ Research Fellow
|Lou Zhao |