SWAN PI Mark Beach and Co-I Tommaso Cappello will be heading to Denver, Colorado from 19th to 24th June to spread the word about the University of Bristol’s research capabilities in the field of RF and microwaves at the IEEE’s premiere conference, the International Microwave Symposium (IMS) 2022.
Two technical papers will be presented (We2C-3 and We1C-3) including one on SWAN's RF fingerprinting work. They will also be presenting one workshop paper (WMG-6) and staffing a University of Bristol booth (#12078).
Take a look at the full technical agenda here: https://ims-ieee.org/technical-program
Our booth will include a display of the following posters:
- Frequency Division Duplexing by Agile Waveform Cancellation (Leo Laughlin et al)
- Power Efficient DPD Linearization (Gautam Jindal et al)
- Detection of Cyber Attack on Transmitters Featuring Predistortion (Gavin Watkins)
- Multi-bit Digital Power Amplifier (Jiteng Ma et al)
- Modular Design and Characterization of a Reconfigurable Sequential Power Amplifier (Sarmad Ozan et al)
- Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA) to Supplement Licensed Spectrum (Simon Wilson et al)
- High Dynamic Range Low Noise Amplifiers (Samad Ozan et al)
- LoRa: Reported Signal Parameters to Aid Rogue Sensor Detection (Jack Stride et al)