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Research Fellow


Queen's University of Belfast

Research summary

Wireless cognitive radio communication has emerged as one of the next-generation mobile communication systems. Owing to the shared nature of wireless medium, along with this popularity, wireless communication security becomes a challenging problem for all countries in common. To enhance the physical layer security of cognitive radio communication my research addresses implementation of better relaying schemes and relay selection methods. My research also addresses how to make the system "greener". The research outcomes are expected to contribute to the stability of national information security and reduce the environmental degradation which are important factors positively impacting on economic and social development.

Grants awarded

Security Enhancement of Wireless Cognitive Radio by Relay Selection

Scheme: Newton International Fellowships

Dates: Jun 2016 - Jun 2018

Value: £84,000

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