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Abdulkareem Karasuwa known as Abdulkareem

A. s. karasuwa

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Qualifications

PGCDPPHE
PGC Research
MSc Electronics and Information Technology
PGD Education
BEng (Hons) Electrical and Electronics
Diploma Information Management Technology

Publications

Karasuwa, A. S., Eastment, J. and Otung, I. (2016) ‘Interference Mitigation for Multi Spot Beam Satellite Communication Systems Incorporating Spread Spectrum’ 8th EAI International Conference on Wireless and Satellite Systems (formerly PSATS), Cardiff, Wales, 19th – 20th September, 2016

Karasuwa A., Eastment J., and Otung I. (2015), Cross-polarisation discrimination-induced interference in dual-polarised high capacity satellite communication systems, Journal of Engineering, IET London, doi:10.1049/joe.2015.0178

Karasuwa A., Eastment J., and Otung I., Design consideration for high throughput satellite communication systems, 21st Ka and Broadband Communications Conference, Bologna, Italy, October 2015

Karasuwa A., Eastment J., and Otung I., Performance evaluation of interference mitigation techniques for high throughput satellite communication systems, 21st Ka and Broadband Communications Conference, Bologna, Italy, October 2015

Karasuwa A., and Otung I., “XPD-Induced interference in dual-polarised high capacity satellite communication systems”, Poster Presentation, IET Satcom Security and Efficiency Conference, Birmingham, UK, 26 Nov. 2014.

Karasuwa, A. and Otung, I. ‘Design Specifications for High Capacity Satellite Communication Systems’ Post-Graduate Conference, University of South Wales, UK – 15th May, 2015

Karasuwa, A. and Otung, I. ‘An Investigation into the Impact of Depolarisation on High Capacity Satellite Communication Systems’ Post-Graduate presentation day, University of South Wales, UK – 17th May, 2012

Memberships

Fellow, HEA
Member, IET
Member, IEEE
Registered Engineer, Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN)

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