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Research Projects

[This page will be updated soon]

My current research interests, include:

  • Wireless and mobile communications.
  • Channel modelling.
  • MIMO and smart antenna systems.
  • Ad-hoc and wireless sensor networks.
  • Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) systems.
  • Performance evaluation and simulation of communication systems.
Information about PhD and Honours projects is given below. I am currently looking for new PhD students. If you are interested and would like to discuss any of the projects in more detail, please send me an email.


PhD and ME Hons Projects

  • Updated list coming soon.

Honours Projects


BE RnD Projects


2006-2007 Summer Research Projects

  • Efficient Simulation of Nakagami-m fading channels.
  • Development of 3D Polar plots for linear, planar and circular array antennas in Matlab.
  • Simulation of PN-code sequences using PSPICE/Digital Works.
  • PSPICE simulation of Telecommunication systems.
  • Details of past summer research projects is available here.

PhD @ ANU


Advice for international students

  • I have a page with advice for international students and students from Pakistan, who are looking for PhD opportunities at ANU.
  • For students from Malaysia, Singapore,Thailand and Hong Kong, see ANU Alumni Scholarships.
  • For postdoc scholarships, see Endeavour Awards.

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Author: Salman Durrani.
Last Updated: 17 Nov., 2013.