2020 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
2011 - IEEE Alexander Graham Bell Medal “For pioneering contributions to the application of multiantenna technology to wireless communication systems.”
2009 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2007 - Fellow, The World Academy of Sciences
2006 - Member of the National Academy of Engineering For contributions to the theory and practice of MIMO smart-antenna wireless technology.
1991 - IEEE Fellow For leadership in and technical contributions to the development of sonar systems in India.
Arogyaswami Paulraj spends much of his time researching Electronic engineering, MIMO, Communication channel, Fading and Algorithm. His research in Electronic engineering intersects with topics in Telecommunications, Communications system, Antenna array and Antenna diversity. His MIMO research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing, Multiplexing and Channel capacity.
Arogyaswami Paulraj has included themes like Wireless, Cellular network, Transmission, Base station and Transmitter in his Communication channel study. His Fading research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Spatial correlation, Signal-to-noise ratio, Radio receiver, Antenna and Topology. The concepts of his Algorithm study are interwoven with issues in Noise, Statistics, Control theory and Signal processing.
Arogyaswami Paulraj focuses on Electronic engineering, Communication channel, MIMO, Algorithm and Fading. His work deals with themes such as Wireless, Antenna array, Antenna, Transmitter and Computer network, which intersect with Electronic engineering. His research on Communication channel concerns the broader Telecommunications.
His MIMO study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Channel capacity. He has researched Algorithm in several fields, including Subspace topology and Signal processing. His studies deal with areas such as Radio receiver, Multipath propagation and Time division multiple access as well as Fading.
Arogyaswami Paulraj mostly deals with MIMO, Communication channel, Base station, Control theory and Computer network. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Beamforming, Channel state information and Antenna. His Communication channel research incorporates elements of Transmitter, Electronic engineering, Interference and Topology.
Electronic engineering connects with themes related to Fading in his study. He combines subjects such as Algorithm, Decoding methods, Block code, Iterative method and Channel capacity with his study of Control theory. His Computer network study incorporates themes from Wireless, Wireless network, Multiple input and Relay.
His primary areas of study are MIMO, Communication channel, Control theory, Electronic engineering and Algorithm. His research integrates issues of Wireless, Computer network, Telecommunications link and Channel capacity in his study of MIMO. His Communication channel study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Telecommunications.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Minimum mean square error, Sensor array, Linear subspace and Precoding in addition to Control theory. His Electronic engineering study combines topics in areas such as Rayleigh distribution, Distribution and Fading. His Algorithm research includes elements of Estimation of signal parameters via rotational invariance techniques, Beamforming, Antenna and Sensitivity.
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Introduction to Space-Time Wireless Communications
Arogyaswami Paulraj;Rohit Nabar;Dhananjay Gore.
An overview of MIMO communications - a key to gigabit wireless
A.J. Paulraj;D.A. Gore;R.U. Nabar;H. Bolcskei.
Proceedings of the IEEE (2004)
Space-time processing for wireless communications
A.J. Paulraj;C.B. Papadias.
IEEE Signal Processing Magazine (1997)
On the capacity of OFDM-based spatial multiplexing systems
H. Bolcskei;D. Gesbert;A.J. Paulraj.
IEEE Transactions on Communications (2002)
ESPRIT--A subspace rotation approach to estimation of parameters of cisoids in noise
R. Roy;A. Paulraj;T. Kailath.
IEEE Transactions on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (1986)
MIMO Wireless Communications
Ezio Biglieri;Robert Calderbank;Anthony Constantinides;Andrea Goldsmith.
Outdoor MIMO wireless channels: models and performance prediction
D. Gesbert;H. Bolcskei;D.A. Gore;A.J. Paulraj.
IEEE Transactions on Communications (2002)
Generalized linear precoder and decoder design for MIMO channels using the weighted MMSE criterion
H. Sampath;P. Stoica;A. Paulraj.
IEEE Transactions on Communications (2001)
A fourth-generation MIMO-OFDM broadband wireless system: design, performance, and field trial results
H. Sampath;S. Talwar;J. Tellado;V. Erceg.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2002)
Antenna selection for spatial multiplexing systems with linear receivers
R.W. Heath;S. Sandhu;A. Paulraj.
IEEE Communications Letters (2001)
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