The increasing data rate requirements of wireless networks has led to recent interest in research and development of single-antenna same-channel full-duplex wireless communication systems. In these transceivers, accurate cancellation of transmitter self-interference (SI) at high output power levels is quite challenging. This talk focuses on SI cancellation at the RF stage of a transceiver.
Abhishek is working as an Assistant Professor in IIT Hyderabad since July 2019. He completed the Ph.D. from IIT Madras in July 2018, where he worked under the guidance of Prof. Sankaran Aniruddhan in the area of radio-frequency integrated circuits design. He received an M.E. degree in microelectronics from the Indian Institute of Science, Bengaluru, India, in 2011. He interned at Qualcomm, Bengaluru, in 2014 and designed voltage-controlled oscillators for a cellular transceiver IC. After completing his Ph.D., he worked as a Senior Project Officer for one year at IIT, Madras to develop an end-to-end full-duplex solution for sub-6 GHz wireless systems.