Amit Kumar Mishra: Fusing Radar and Telecommunication
This talk is POSTPONED.
Fusing Radar and Telecommunication
Radar and telecommunication systems, even though similar in most of their subsystems, need a substantially different set of algorithms and design to make them work. Multiple reasons have been driving more and more researchers to work on possible ways to make radar and telecommunication systems co-exist, cooperate and if possible to co-design of a hybrid system. In this talk, the author shall discuss some of his research-work around fusing telecommunication and radar systems. The talk shall cover three major ideas, viz. commensal radar, symbiotic radar and CommSense system.
Amit Kumar Mishra is, currently, a Professor in the Radar Remote Sensing Group at the University of Cape Town. Prof. Mishra has more than 15 years of experience in the domain of radar and radio system design and applied machine learning. His current interests are around the use of cognitive architectures and advanced signal processing and machine learning to understand radar signals. His H-index (Scopus) is 12. He is also a serial innovator and has six patents to his credit.