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Electrical and Computer Engineering|College of Engineering and Applied Science

Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks

A team of researchers (Drs. Suresh Muknahllipatna, Margareta Stefanovic, Robert F. Kubichek, Mark Balas and Jerry C. Hamann) at the Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Univeristy of Wyoming is performing research to use Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks for Tactical Battlefield Communications. The current tasks addressed are Efficient Localization, Radio Propagation and Backbone Formation. Some of the simulation are being performed using OPNET.

Completed Graduate Students
Joseph Mile, Ph.D. 2012, Advisor: Suresh Muknahallipatna
Goutham Kamath, MS, 2012, Advisor: Suresh Muknahllapatna
Sateesh Bhamidipati, MS, 2012, Advisor: Robert F. Kubichek

Current Graduate Students
Harish Muralidhara, PhD, Advisor: Robert F. Kubichek
Nicholas Gurbhoo, MS, Advisor: Robert F. Kubichek
Vinay Bhardwaj, Advisor: Robert F. Kubichek
Zachary Ruble, PhD, Advisor: Margareta Stefanovic
Fueng Zhang, MS, Advisors: Suresh Muknahallipatna & Robert F. Kubichek

Current Undergraduate Students:
Trevor A. James
Jeremy A. Clay
Dylan Ryden
Carter Schultz
De Silva, Appu Hennedige Don Anthony P.

Publications

  1. J. Miles, G. Kamath,S. Muknahallipatna, M. Stefanovic, R.F. Kubichek, Optimal Trajectory Determination of a Single Moving Beacon for Efficient Localization in a Mobile Ad-Hoc Network, Ad Hoc Networks 11 (2013) pp. 238-256
  2. S. Muknahallipatna, M. Stefanovic, R.F. Kubichek, Optimal Trajectory Determination of a Single Moving Beacon for Efficient Localization in a Mobile Ad-Hoc Network, Ad Hoc Networks 11 (2013) pp. 238-256
  3. G. Kamath and J. Miles, “Discrete Event Models of the Beacon and Nodes in MANET for Localization”, OPNET2012.
  4. J. Miles, S. Muknahallipatna, R. F. Kubichek, J. McInroy and H. Muralidhara, “Use of Radio Propagation Maps in a Single Moving Beacon Assisted Localization in MANETs,” 2014 International Conference on Computing, Networking and Communications (ICNC), Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. February 3-6, 2014.
  5. R. F. Kubichek, S.Y.S. Bhamidipati, and S. Muknahallipatna, “Antenna Array Design Using Generalized Fitness Functions,” International Conference on Computing, Networking and Communications, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. February 3-6, 2014.
  6. R. F. Kubichek, S.Y.S. Bhamidipati, and S. Muknahallipatna, “Antenna Array Geometry for Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks,” International Conference on Computing, Networking and Communications, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA. February 3-6, 2014.
  7. S. Y. S. Bhamidipati and R. F. Kubichek, “Convex Optimization for Low-Complexity Spatial Antenna Arrays,” accepted for Global Science and Technology Forum: Journal on Computing, Vol.2 No.3.
  8. S. Y. S Bhamidipati and R. F. Kubichek, “Convex Optimization for Low-Complexity Spatial Antenna Arrays,” 2nd Annual Int’l Conference on Mobile Communications, Networking, and Applications, June 2012.
  9. S. Y. S Bhamidipati and R. F. Kubichek, “Low Complexity Hybrid Analog/Digital Phased Array for Ad-Hoc Networks,” 2012 IEEE International Workshop on Antenna Technology: Small Antennas and Unconventional Applications, March 2012.
  10. H. Muralidhara and R. F. Kubichek, “MANET Localization Using Non-Circular Overlapping Range Maps,” International Conference on Wireless Networks, July 2011.
  11. Z. Ruble and M. Stefanovic, “Backbone Formation in MANETs via the Leader-Follower Consensus: Overview,” CCDC 2011.

 

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