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Barry G. Evans

Barry G. Evans  Director of the new Centre for Communication Systems research (CCSR )

Biography

 Prof. Barry EVANS was educated at the University of Leeds, obtaining BSc (1st Class Hons) and PhD degrees in 1965/8 respectively. He then joined the British Telecom sponsored team at the University of Essex (Lecturer-Reader 1968-83) where he was responsible for setting up the Telecommunication Systems post-graduate activities and for leading the radio systems group researching in radio propagation in precipitation (initiating dual polarisation satellite systems) speech coding and satellite systems initiating SCPC syllabic companded FM which became a satellite standard used by developing counries.

In 1983 he was appointed to the Alex Harley Reeves Chair of Information Systems Engineering at the University of Surrey. He championed the idea of research centres and was founder Director of the Centre for Satellite Engineering Research in 1990. Having contributed as a Director to the successful spin-off of Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd, he moved on to become founder Director of the new Centre for Communication Systems research (CCSR ) in 1996 - a post he held until 2010.used by developing countries.

Research Interest

Air Interface, Cognitive Networks and Future Internet, Cognitive Radio, Radio Access System Optimisation, Security, Knowledge and Data Engineering

 

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