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Dr Fariborz Entezami


5G Test Bed Manager

Academic and research departments

Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

My publications

Publications

Khalily M, Taheri S, Xiao P, Entezami F, Hill T, Tafazolli R (2018) 26 GHz Indoor Wideband Directional Channel Measurement and Analysis in LoS and NLoS Scenarios,Proceedings of EuCAP 2018 IEEE
This paper presents details of the indoor wideband and directional propagation measurements at 26 GHz in which a wideband channel sounder using a millimeter wave (mmWave) signal analyzer and vector signal generator was employed. The setup provided 2 GHz bandwidth and the mechanically steerable directional lens antenna with 5 degrees beamwidth provides 5 degrees of directional resolution over the azimuth. Measurements provide path loss, delay and spatial spread of the channel. Angular and delay dispersion are presented for line-of-sight (LoS) and non-line-of-sight (NLoS) scenarios.
Golazari S, Khalily M, Entezami F, Xiao P (2018) Performance Analysis of the Loop-Shaped Plasma Antenna Under Different Pressure Conditions,IEEE ISNCC 2018 : 2018 IEEE International Symposium on Networks, Computers and Communications Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
This study examines the effect of different pressures on the radiation characteristics of the loop-shaped plasma antenna filled by two gases; Argon and Nitrogen. Proposed loop plasma antennas operating at LTE and Wi-Fi frequency bands have been designed and its performance studied at three different pressures of 2.28, 5 and 10 Torr. The radiation characteristics of the both loop-shaped plasma antennas have been investigated and presented for three different pressures. To analyze the performance of the proposed antenna, full-wave simulation were run using the finite integral method software, CST Microwave Studio.