The Communications Research Group was formed to work on ongoing research topics which can readily be transferred to industry. Our research on wire and wireless communications is focused on the fields of advanced design of wireless circuits and subsystems for 5G, B5G and even 6G wireless networks, Internet of Things (IoT), optic communications, as well as wireless sensor networks.
Additionally, advanced research is conducted in the development of the selected aspects of the underlying theory of signals and systems for a wide range of engineering applications.
The main goals are to reduce the cost and power usage through the design of a communication system, and maximizing bandwidth of communication channels via improvements in information system theory. To be more specific, we apply effective signal processing algorithms to improve the performance of the systems in terms of data throughput and power efficiency.


Research Focus

  • advanced design of wireless circuits and subsystems for 5G
  • B5G and even 6G wireless networks
  • Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Optic communications
  • wireless sensor networks

Selected Publications

  • Hussain, Shaik Asif, Shaik Javeed Hussain, Raza Hasan, and Salman Mahmood. “Low-cost Voice Based Braille Script Communication for Teaching Aid.”  Commun.16, no. 10 (2021): 457-467.
  • Ahmed, Waqas, Muhammad Umair Ali, Shaik Javeed Hussain, Amad Zafar, and Sulaiman Al Hasani. “Visual vocabulary based photovoltaic health monitoring system using infrared thermography.” IEEE Access10 (2022): 14409-14417.
  • Moazzeni, Taleb, Sulaiman Abdullah Al Hasani, Muhammad Irfan Memon, and S. Javeed Hussaini. “On the Effect of Compactness of Pulse Shaping Function on Inter-Symbol Interference.” IEEE Communications Letters26, no. 4 (2021): 828-832.
  • Farooq, Umar, Muhammad Umair Ali, Shaik Javeed Hussain, Muhammad Shakeel Ahmad, Amad Zafar, Usman Ghafoor, and Tayyab Subhani. “Improved ablative properties of nanodiamond-reinforced carbon fiber–epoxy matrix composites.” Polymers13, no. 13 (2021): 2035.
  • Lavanya, P., Penke Satyanarayana, and Mohammad Mohatram. “Peak to average power ratio reduction of ZT DFT-s-OFDM signals using improved monarch butterfly optimization-PTS scheme.” Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing12 (2021): 5005-5015.
  • Lavanya, Pathuri, Penke Satyanarayana, and Mohammad Mohatram. “Testing of a Novel Tone Reservation technique for reduced PAPR of Zero Tail DFT-s-OFDM Signals Using TR Clipping.”
  • Moazzeni, Taleb, Muhammad Irfan Memon, and Sulaiman Abdullah Al Hasani. “On the connection between compactness of pulse shaping function and ISI.” IEEE Communications Letters 24, no. 11 (2020): 2537-2540.