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Paul's current research covers the front-end aspects of Software (Reconfigurable) Radio and diversity-exploiting communication systems; responsive linear amplifiers, flexible filters and linear frequency translation, in addition to analogue signal processing and chaotic communications system implementation.
University of Bristol positions
Senior LecturerDepartment of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
Visit to the British University in Egypt to conceptualise and scope a new collaborative project application to the Newton Institutional Links Programme.
DescriptionA new and novel resonator structure for the detection of unseen objects.
Managing organisational unitDepartment of Electrical & Electronic Engineering
21/03/2016 to 27/03/2016
Geometrical Perturbation Techniques and Approximate Analysis for Eigenmode Splitting and Shifting in Electromagnetic Planar Dual-Mode Resonators
Concepts in Magnetic Resonance: Part B, Magnetic Resonance Engineering
Proceedings of 2016 IEEE International Conference on Integrated Circuits and Microsystems, ICICM 2016
- Conference contribution
Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing
- E-pub ahead of print