Arun Raaza

Dr. Arun Raaza is an Indian businessman known for his research and business in the field of electronic engineering.

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Education

Arun Raaza received his Bachelor of Technology in Electronics and Communication Engineering from the Dr. M.G.R. Educational and Research Institute in 2007.[1] In 2009, he earned his Master of Research in Photonics and Communication from the Institute of Advanced Telecommunications, Swansea University,[2] and completed his Ph.D. in Communication Systems at Vels University, where he worked as head of the department of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

Research and development career & ARCOMM

As a student in 2006, Arun Raaza traveled to Kobe, Japan[3] to attend the Next Generation Workshop. He also traveled several times to Singapore, Malaysia, and Dubai to present papers and to work in internship projects. He has collaborated in research with Swansea University, the University of Essex, NXP Semiconductors, Dynacoral,[1] Malaysia Sumeet Research Holdings, and Standard Infosys.

Arun Raaza is a member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE). In 2008, he presented a research paper at the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Symposium[4] in San Diego, California.[2] Another of his research papers was accepted into the selective IEEE Sarnoff Symposium[5] in New Jersey. Arun Raaza has also been the main author in several articles contributed to IEEE and similar journals. He acted as a symposium chair at the IEEE WCNIS 2010 conference in Beijing, China.[6]

Arun Raaza started his own Company ARCOMM Tech Solutions since 2011 where he is acting as Managing Director and CEO.[7] Dr. Arun Raaza has contributed toward ten patents.[8] His research primarily focuses on RF & antenna design (WiMAX, UWB systems), surveillance, easy vehicle monitoring and surveillance (EVMS), surgical robots, and controlling electronic gadgets using mobile phones.

Recognition

Raaza was awarded "Best Achiever of 2003 - 2007 Engineering Batch" at the Dr. MGR University. He was later promoted as Swansea University Ambassador[9] while completing his Master's Degree. He has been commended by several ministers of India as well as by magazines in the United States, the United Kingdom, and India for his research.[2]

Published works

  • A novel 45 degree beam steerable antenna for modern communications, 2008.[10]
  • Multiple beams switching eight feed antenna using variable dielectric substrate for modern wireless communications, 2009.[11]
  • A versatile beam steering double square loop antenna for modern wireless communications, 2009.[12]
  • Multiple beams switching double square loop antenna or UWB Systems, 2010.[13]
  • Multiple beams scanning double square loop antenna for UWB communications, 2010.[14]
  • Multiple beams scanning eight feed double square loop antenna for UWB communications, 2010.[15]

References

  1. ^ a b "Engineering education beyond 3G." The Hindu: Tamil Nadu / Chennai News, June 3, 2006. Accessed on August 8, 2011.
  2. ^ a b c http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/2008/08/27/how-antenna-could-spell-an-end-to-mobile-misery-91466-21612438/
  3. ^ http://www.itu.int/ITU-T/worksem/ngn/200604/listp.pdf
  4. ^ http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/freeabs_all.jsp?arnumber=4619212
  5. ^ http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/freeabs_all.jsp?reload=true&arnumber=4520094
  6. ^ http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/freeabs_all.jsp?arnumber=5541792
  7. ^ http://www.arcomm.in
  8. ^ http://india.bigpatents.org/names/206318
  9. ^ http://www.swansea.ac.uk/news_centre/newsarchive/2007-2008/arunsantennainventionmasterstotalmobilenetworkcoverage.php
  10. ^ Raaza, A.; Venugopalan, S.; Mehta, A.; Inst. of Adv. Telecommun., Swansea Univ., Swansea. "A Novel 45 Degree Beam Steerable Antenna For Modern Communications." Sarnoff Symposium, 2008 IEEE, 28–30 April 2008: Princeton, NJ. Accessed on August 8, 2011 from IEEE Xplore.
  11. ^ Raaza, A.; Mehta, A.; Rajagopalan, S.P.; Head of Electron. & Commun. Eng., VELS Univ., Chennai, India. "Multiple Beams Switching Eight Feed Antenna Using Variable Dielectric Substrate for Modern Wireless Communications." 2009 IEEE Student Conference on Research and Development (SCOReD), 16-18 Nov. 2009: UPM Serdang. Accessed on August 8, 2011 from IEEE Xplore.
  12. ^ Raaza, A.; Mehta, A.; Mirshekar-Syahkal, D.; Rajagopalan, S.P.; Dept of Electron. & Commun., Vels Univ., Chennai, India. "A Versatile Beam Steering Double Square Loop Antenna for Modern Wireless Communications." Applied Electromagnetics Conference (AEMC), 2009, 14-16 Dec. 2009: Kolkata. Accessed on August 8, 2011 from IEEE Xplore.
  13. ^ Raaza, A.; Pallawi; Rana, A.; Joshi, G.S.; Mehta, A.; Dept. of Electron. & Commun., VELS Univ., Chennai, India. "Multiple beams switching double square loop antenna or UWB Systems." 2010 International Symposium in Information Technology (ITSim), 15–17 June 2010: Kuala Lumpur. Accessed on August 8, 2011 from IEEE Xplore.
  14. ^ Raaza, Arun; Mehta, Amit; Department of Electronics and Communications, School of Engineering, VELS University, Chennai, India. "Multiple Beams Scanning Double Square Loop Antenna for UWB Communications." 2010 IEEE International Conference on Wireless Communications, Networking and Information Security (WCNIS), 25–27 June 2010: Beijing, China. Accessed on August 8, 2011 from IEEE Xplore.
  15. ^ Raaza, A.; Kanakeri, A.V.; Krishna, P.; Rajagopalan, S.P.; Mehta, A.; Dept. of Electron. & Commun., VELS Univ., Chennai, India. "Multiple beams scanning eight feed double square loop antenna for UWB communications." 2010 IEEE International Conference on Semiconductor Electronics (ICSE), 28–30 June 2010: Melaka. Accessed on August 8, 2011 from IEEE Xplore.

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