Fahim Aziz Umrani

Fahim Aziz Umrani

Ph.D.(UK), B.E.(MUET)

He has an accomplished career demonstrating consistent success as an educator and an administrator at the institution of higher learning. He also has an experience in conceiving and building academic programs from the ground up through the end with proven competencies in administration, project and program management, and staff development. He is also an effective communicator with excellent planning, organizational, and negotiations skills to obtain desired results.

Currently he is supervising 1 Ph.D. and 2 M.E. students and his research interests are in the following areas.

  • Digital Communications (including optical) over Propagation Channels
  • Multiple Antenna Systems (MIMO) and their Channel Modeling
  • Cognitive Radios (Spectrum Sharing and Co-operative Diversity Systems)
  • Social aspects of ICTs related to health and education

In past, he has supervised following projects successfully.

  • Performance Analysis with Coordination among base station for NGN Systems
  • Solving gateway discover and handover problems using NS-2 in Wireless AD-HOC Networks
  • Performance Analysis and Latency Calculation of Cooperative Communication Protocols
  • Evaluation and Optimization of Low Complexity LDPC Iterative Decoding Algorithm
  • PicoBlaze Soft core Microcontroller using Verilog/VHDL
  • PAPR Reduction Technique in MC CDMA Systems
  • Localization techniques used in EGSM Networks
  • Performance Analysis with simulation of UMTS/WCDMA based MIMO Networks
  • Performance Analysis of Routing protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks
  • Spatial Correlation based co-operative diversity in Wireless Sensor Networks
  • Blind Channel Equalization techniques in Communication Systems
  • Approach for Rate Selection in MIMO OFDM Systems
  • Performance Analysis of Interleave Division Multiple Access (IDMA) in Future Wireless Communications

  • Education
  • Positions Held
  • Honors and Awards
  • Talks
  • Courses
Ph.D. Communication Engineering
University of South Wales, UK.
B.E. in Electronics
MUET, Jamshoro, PK
Associate Professor
Department of Telecommunication, MUET, Jamshoro, PK
2012 - todate
Assistant Professor
Department of Telecommunication, MUET, Jamshoro, PK
2011 - 2012
Department of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering, MUET, Jamshoro, PK
2004 - 2011
Gold Medalist and Best Graduate Award
MUET, Jamshoro, PK
First Class First Position
Bachelor of Engineering in Electronics, MUET, Jamshoro, PK
Performance of a 2D-RAKE receiver over spatially correlated Rayleigh fading channel
IEEE Information, communications and signal processing and 4th Pacific Rim Conference on Multimedia, Singapore
December, 2003
Uplink spatial fading correlation of MIMO communication channels
IEEE 58th Vehicular Technology Conference, VTC’03 Fall, Orlando, Florida, USA
October, 2003
Downlink performance of multi-beam multi-satellite CDMA-based LEO Satellite system with Power Control
IEEE Global Conference on Communications, San Francisco, Ca, USA
December, 2000
Role of PAF in a multi-satellite CDMA-based LEO Satellite System
IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference Fall, Boston, Ma, USA
September, 2000
Telecommunication Management Networks
Masters in Telecommunication Engineering and Management
Graduate Course
Wireless Communications
Bachelors in Telecommunication Engineering
Undergraduate Course
Mobile Network Planning
Bachelors in Telecommunication Engineering
Undergraduate Course
Probability and Stochastic Processes
Bachelors in Telecommunication Engineering
Undergraduate Course

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Lesson Plan - Wireless Communication - 13TL - Section I
Tentative Teaching Plan - Wireless Communication - 13TL - Section I
Groups for Wireless Communications (Assignment)
Wireless Communications - Lecture 1
Wireless Communications - Lecture 2-3
Wireless Communications - Lecture 4-6