Welcome To Wirocomm

IIIT Delhi

We are a Wireless and Radio Communication (Wirocomm) Research Group at Indraprastha Institute Of Information Technology, New Delhi.

Established December 2014, IIIT Delhi. With an Initiative to promote World Class Wireless Communication Research.

Announcements

Congratulations to Kanak Lata for acceptance of a paper to IEEE ANTS, Oct. 2022.

A paper titled, "Intelligent Reflecting Surfaces Versus Optical Mirrors: Performance Comparison for Indoor Physical Layer Security Environments," by Kanak Lata, Vivek Ashok Bohara, Anand Srivastava, and Mohd Hamza Naim Shaikh has been accepted to IEEE ANTS, Oct 2022.

Congratulations to Rehana Salam for acceptance of a paper to IEEE ANTS, Oct. 2022.

A paper titled, "Performance Comparison of IRS and DF Relay Assisted Mixed RF-Underwater Optical Communication System," by Rehana Salam, Anand Srivastava, Vivek Ashok Bohara, and Ashwin Ashok has been accepted to IEEE ANTS, Oct 2022.

Congratulations to Tathagat Pal and Gurinder Singh for acceptance of a paper to IEEE ANTS, Oct. 2022.

A paper titled, "Optical IRS Aided B5G V2V Solution for Road Safety Applications," by Tathagat Pal, Gurinder Singh, Vivek Ashok Bohara, and Anand Srivastava has been accepted to IEEE ANTS, Oct 2022.

Our Work Focus

6G, 5G, 4.5G LTE-A pro and 4G LTE-A

6G, the sixth generation standard for wireless communications is the planned successor to 5G and will likely be significantly faster, with a peak data rate of 1,000 Gbps (gigabits per second) and air latency less than 100 microseconds (us), 50 times the peak data rate and one-tenth the latency of 5G. 6G mobile communications technology will build on that already established for 5G. Some of the existing new technologies will be further developed for 6G such as, mmWave, Massive MIMO, Dense Networks, Duplex Methods.

IEEE 802.11 Standard

IEEE 802.11 is a set of media access control (MAC) and physical layer (PHY) specifications for implementing wireless local area network (WLAN) computer communication in the 2.4, 3.6, 5 and 60 GHz frequency bands.

Visible Light Communications (VLC)

Visible light communication (VLC) is a data communications variant which uses visible light between 400 and 800 THz (780375 nm). VLC is a subset of optical wireless communications technologies.

Vehicular Visible Light Communications (V2LC)

In V2LC, vehicle lights and traffic lights can be easily modified to become VLC transmitters. In addition, cameras embedded in smartphones can be used as VLC receivers. As a result, V2LC is foreseen to play a key role to increase road safety and realize autonomous driving.

Intgrated Fiber-Wireless Sytems

Fiber-Wireless is the combined use of "Optical Network" and "Wireless" Network to provide telecommunication to clusters of end points which are geographically distant. The high capacity optical fibre is used to span the longest distances, and a lower cost wireless link carries the signal for the last mile to nearby users.

Hybrid LiFi and WiFi Networks (HLWNet)

This type of network combines the high-speed data transmission of LiFi and the ubiquitous coverage of WiFi. The integartion enables off-loading opportunities for the WiFi network to free resources for more mobile users because stationary users will preferably be served by LiFi.

Cellular Wireless Network

Cellular network is an underlying technology for mobile phones, personal communication systems, wireless networking etc. The technology is developed for mobile radio telephone to replace high power transmitter/receiver systems. This includes device-to-device communication, carrier-aggregation, etc.