The book comprises selected papers presented at the International Conference on Wireless Communication (ICWiCOM), which is organized by D. J. Sanghvi College of Engineering's Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering. The book focuses on specific topics of wireless communication, like signal and image processing applicable to wireless domains, networking, microwave and antenna design, and telemedicine systems. Covering three main areas - networking, antenna designs and embedded systems applicable to communication - it is a valuable resource for postgraduate and doctoral students.
Dr. Hari Vasudevan has obtained his Masters in Production Engineering as well as a Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Engineering from VJTI, Mumbai and Ph.D. from IIT Bombay. He has also done a 3 months full time certificate programme (ERP-BaaN) under the University Synergy Programme of BaaN Institute, Netherlands from S.P.Jain Institute of Management & Research, Mumbai. His area of interest include manufacturing engineering, manufacturing systems and strategy, market orientation of Manufacturing firms and world class manufacturing. He is an approved Ph.D guide at the University of Mumbai and NMIMS (Deemed to be university) and has so far guided 5 Ph.D. students. He is the President of Indian Society of Manufacturing Engineering (ISME), Life member of ISTE, New Delhi, Fellow of the Institution of Engineers India, Fellow of ISME and a Senior Member of IEDRC. He has over 26 years of teaching experience and 2 years of experience in industry. Presently he is working as the Principal of D J Sanghvi College of Engineering. He has published over 92 papers in International conferences and Journals as well as in National conferences, Journals and has authored a couple of books and contributed book chapters in various publications.
Dr. Zoran Gajic is a Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Rutgers University. He has been teaching linear systems and signals, controls, communication networks, optical networks, and electrical circuit courses at the same school since 1984. Dr. Gajic's research interests are in controls systems, energy systems (fuel and solar cells, wind, smart grids), wireless communications, and networking. He is the author/coauthor of close to 100 journal papers, primarily published in IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control and IFAC Automatica journals, and eight books on linear systems and linear and bilinear control systems published by Academic Press, Prentice Hall, Marcel Dekker, Taylor and Francis, and Springer Verlag. His Prentice Hall book Linear Dynamic Systems and Signals was translated into the Chinese Simplified Language by Jiaotong University Press in 2004. His 1995 Academic Press book Lyapunov Matrix Equation in Systems Stability and Control was republished in 2008 by Dover Publications. Professor Gajic has delivered four plenary lectures at international conferences and presented more than one hundred forty conference papers. He has served on editorial boards for nine journals and as a guest editor for five journal special issues. Professor Gajic supervised 16 doctoral dissertations and 22 master theses. Ten of his former doctoral students hold faculty positions at respected world universities. Zoran Gajic received Dipl. Ing. (5 year program) and Mgr. Sci. (2 year program) degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Belgrade, M.S. degree in Applied Mathematics, and Ph.D. in Systems Science Engineering under direction of Professor Hassan Khalil from Michigan State University in 1984. His research was supported by US National Science Foundation and AT&T Bell Labs. Dr. Gajic was a Visiting Professor at Princeton University in 2003, and the American University of Sharjah (UAE) in 2011. He is a life master of the U.S. Chess Federation and a master of the World Chess Federation. Since September of 2003, Dr. Gajic has been serving as the Graduate Program Director for the Rutgers University Electrical and Computer Engineering Department.
Dr. Amit A. Deshmukh obtained B.E. (Electronics) from V.I.T., Pune University in 1997. He obtained M.Tech. Degree in 2000 and Ph. D. in 2004 from Department of Electrical Engineering, I. I. T. Bombay. His thesis work during masters and doctoral, was on Compact broadband and dual band microstrip antennas. He worked as Research Assistant in Department of Electrical Engineering, IIT Bombay. Further, He worked as Assistant Professor in Sardar Patel Institute of Technology, Mukesh Patel School of Technology and Management (NMIMS - DU) and D. J. Sanghvi College of Engineering. He also worked as Member of Technical staff in R&D division of Air Tight Network Pvt. Ltd., Pune. Currently he is working as Professor & Head of the Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering at D. J. Sanghvi College of Engineering, Vile - Parle (W), Mumbai, India. He has together (Teaching, Industry, and Research) more than 17 years of experience. He is an approved Ph.D. guide at Mumbai University. He has published more than 270 research papers in various International, National Journals and Conferences. He is on reviewer list of many International Journals like, IEEE Magazine on Antennas and Propagation, IEEE Transaction of Antennas and Propagation, IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters, IET Microwave Antennas and Propagation, PIERS journals, International Journal of Electronics, IETE Journal of Research, Elsevier Electronics and Communication Journal, International Journal of RF and Microwave Computer-Aided Engineering. He has delivered many lecture talks in National/International conferences and workshops in the areas of patch antennas.
Analysis of Unequally Spaced Linear Antenna Arrays to Realize Aperture Tapering.- Open Circuit Stub Loaded Modified 400 Triangular Microstrip Antenna For CP Response.- Modal Analysis of Compact Dual Band Defected Ground Microstrip Antenna.- Modal and Time-domain Analysis of Symmetric E-Shaped Slots for UWB Antenna with Frequency Band Notch Response.- Wideband Designs of Gap Coupled Rectangular Microstrip Antenna Using Parasitic C Shaped Patches.- Swastika Shaped Diagonal Slot on Square Microstrip Antenna for Circular Polarization.- Analysis of Butterfly Shaped Compact Microstrip Antenna for Wideband Applications.- Evaluation and Testing of Dual band Reconfigurable Monopole antenna for Cognitive radio applications.- A Compact Ultra-wideband (UWB) Antenna with Dual Band-Notched Characteristic-based on Small Size Electromagnetic Band-Gap (EBG) Structure.- Stub Loaded Semi-Annular Ring Microstrip Antenna For Multiband Dual Polarized Response.- Variation of E-shape Microstrip Antenna with Tapered Patch-width for Wideband Response.- Modal Analysis of Compact Dual Band Defected Ground Microstrip Antenna.- Modal and Time-domain Analysis of Symmetric E-Shaped Slots for UWB Antenna with Frequency Band Notch Response.- Wideband Designs of Gap Coupled Rectangular Microstrip Antenna Using Parasitic C Shaped Patches.- Swastika Shaped Diagonal Slot on Square Microstrip Antenna for Circular Polarization.- Analysis of Butterfly Shaped Compact Microstrip Antenna for Wideband Applications.- Evaluation and Testing of Dual band Reconfigurable Monopole antenna for Cognitive radio applications.- A Compact Ultra-wideband (UWB) Antenna with Dual Band-Notched Characteristic-based on Small Size Electromagnetic Band-Gap (EBG) Structure.- Stub Loaded Semi-Annular Ring Microstrip Antenna For Multiband Dual Polarized Response.