Gaurang Naik

Gaurang Naik
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University | VT · Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Doctor of Philosophy

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The ever-increasing demand for unlicensed spectrum has prompted regulators in the US and Europe to consider opening up the 6 GHz bands for unlicensed access. These bands will open up 1.2 GHz of additional spectrum for unlicensed radio access technologies (RATs), such as Wi-Fi and 5G New Radio Unlicensed (NR-U), in the US and if permitted, 500 MHz o...
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The ever-increasing demand for unlicensed spectrum has prompted regulators in the US and Europe to consider opening up the 6 GHz bands for unlicensed access. These bands will open up 1.2 GHz of additional spectrum for unlicensed radio access technologies (RATs), such as Wi-Fi and 5G New Radio Unlicensed (NR-U), in the US and if permitted, 500 MHz o...
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With the rising interest in autonomous vehicles, developing radio access technologies (RATs) that enable reliable and low latency vehicular communications has become of paramount importance. Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) and Cellular V2X (C-V2X) are two present-day technologies that are capable of supporting day-1 vehicular applicatio...
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With rising interest in autonomous vehicles, developing radio access technologies (RATs) that enable reliable and low latency vehicular communications has become of paramount importance. Dedicated Short Range Communications (DSRC) and Cellular V2X (C-V2X) are two present-day technologies that are capable of supporting day-1 vehicular applications....
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IEEE 802.11ax is the upcoming standard of the IEEE 802.11 wireless local area networks (WLAN) family. Until its most recent standard, i.e. 802.11ac, the primary focus of the 802.11 Working Group has been to increase the overall through-put of the physical (PHY) layer using innovative mechanisms such as multiuser multiple input multiple output (MU-M...
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As the 2.4 GHz spectrum band has become significantly congested, there is growing interest from the Wi-Fi proponents, cellular operators, and other stakeholders to use the spectrum in the 5 GHz bands. The 5 GHz bands have emerged as the most coveted bands for launching new wireless applications and services, because of their relatively favorable pr...
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One of the major impediments to providing broadband connectivity in semi-urban and rural India is the lack of robust and affordable backhaul. Fiber connectivity in terms of backhaul that is being planned (or provided) by the Government of India would reach only till rural offices (named Gram Panchayat) in the Indian rural areas. In this exposition,...
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TV white space (TVWS) geolocation database is being used for the protection of the terrestrial TV broadcast receivers, and the coexistence of secondary devices. To the best of our knowledge, though TV White Space calculations are available, an active online database does not exist for India. In this paper, the development of the first TVWS database...
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Licensed but unutilized television (TV) band spectrum is called as TV white space in the literature. Ultra high frequency (UHF) TV band spectrum has very good wireless radio propagation characteristics. The amount of TV white space in the UHF TV band in India is of interest. Comprehensive quantitative assessment and estimates for the TV white space...

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