Role & Activities in the project
Within the LEXNET FLE is focusing on three main activities based on our core competencies on radio communications technology and radio access networks. FLE is leading a task looking at innovative radio transmission techniques for the reduction of EMF at the radio interface. In addition FLE is leading the work package to develop smart low EMF network architectures and services for managing EMF exposure. FLE will also contribute to the development of simulators to validate the developed technique and demonstrators focusing on EMF exposure in an indoor environment.
Key people involved
Dr Milos Tesanovic is a Senior Researcher within FLE’s Future Networks Research Division, focusing on next-generation cellular systems and Future Internet. His key research interests include wireless system optimisations for machine-to-machine (M2M) communication and solutions for spectrum starvation and EMF reduction in future wireless system deployments. Prior to joining FLE in early 2011, he spent three years as a 3GPP standards delegate working on LTE and LTE-Advanced standardisation, actively contributing to PHY and MAC standardisation.
Mick Wilson. Attained a BSC (Honours) in Computer Science. Previously was employed for 10 years with Roke Manor Research working on Distributed Systems and Intelligent Networks before moving to Fujitsu R &D Centre in 1998 where I worked on 3G standardisation for Radio Access Networks (3GPP and Wimax). I have been involved in a diverse range of networking technologies and collaborative projects covering sensor networks, ad-hoc networks, autonomic networks. In addition I am a board member of the UK ICT Knowledge Transfer Network, a government sponsored company to facilitate ICT networking with the UK industry, academia and government.