Dr Shabbir Ahmed is currently working as a Research Fellow for Wireless Systems in the College of Engineering and Science. His research interests are in Software Radios and RF Systems.
Dr Ahmed graduated in computer science from North South University, Bangladesh, in 2005. He was then an Engineer in the telecommunications industry in Bangladesh for two and half years, with experience in laying out fibre-optic links, deploying base stations, and working with network switching subsystems.
He received his PhD from Victoria University in 2013. His PhD research involved investigation of the major causes of interference that arise in colocating base station transceivers. He is among the few who were enrolled in the EAL Postgraduate Student Mobility Scholarship Program in Australia.
Refereed journal articles
A. K. Mustafa, S. Ahmed, M. Faulkner (2013) Bandwidth Limitation for the Constant Envelope Components of an OFDM Signal in a LINC Architecture, IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers.
S. Ahmed and M. Faulkner (2012) Mitigation of Reverse Intermodulation Products at Colocated Base Stations, IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I: Regular Papers.
S. Ahmed and M. Faulkner (2011) Optimized Interference Canceling for Colocated Base Station Transceivers, IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology.
Refereed conference publications
S. Ahmed and M. Faulkner (2012) Interference at Colocated Base Stations: A Review, in Proc. 23rd Annual IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC).
S. Ahmed and M. Faulkner (2011) An Adaptive Cancellation System for a Colocated Receiver and its Dynamic Range, in Proc. IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium.
S. Ahmed and M. Faulkner (2010) Interference Issues at Co-located Base Stations and an Adaptive Cancellation Solution, in Proc. Electromagnetic Compatibility Symposium and Exhibition Melbourne.
- IEEE member
Areas of expertise
- Adaptive interference cancellation techniques
- RF practical implementations and measurements
- RF technologies and systems
- Software defined radios
- Wireless network design