Rajesh Khanna

Thapar University, India


Rajesh Khanna received his B.S. degree in electronics and communication in 1988 from Regional Engineering College, Kurukshetra, with honors, and M.E. degree in electrical communication in 1998 from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, with distinction. He was with Hartron R&D center till 1993. There his main responsibilities were design and development of equipments/instruments for local industries and defence testing and calibration of instruments. In 1993 he joined all india radio. His main achievements at AIR Jallandhar were installation of STL-05 microwave link between studio and transmitters; installation of dynamic carrier controller (DCC) in 300 KW MW transmitters; installation of new 2x100 KW BEL, MW transmitter of URDU service; field strength survey of various radio stations; field strength survey of FM transmitter required for starting paging services by AIR; design of ATU for 2X100 KW MW transmitter; up linking and broadcasting of semifinal match between West Indies and Australia in 1996 Wills Cricket world cup organized by India, Pakistan, and SriLanka at Mohali. Until 1999, he was with DG, All India Radio, Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. Presently, he is working as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electronics and Communication at Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, Patiala. He completed his Ph.D. work in the area of MIMO systems for wireless communication in 2006. He has implemented various projects worth Rs 75 Lakhs at Thapar University. Presently he is handling two projects of NRB and DSIR. He is President of SPICMACAY Patiala chapter. His research interest includes wireless and mobile communication, adaptive antennas.

Biography Updated on 1 October 2013

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