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Areas Of Interest Signal processing and resource allocation for wireless communications; Geometrical modeling of wireless channels; Machine learning for communications

Ph.D (Thesis - Energy Efficient Millimeter Wave System and Protocols, IIT Kharagpur, 2019)

M.Tech in Communication Engineering (NIT Surathkal, 2013)

B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering (University of Kerala, 2010)

Chief Engineer, Modem-PHY Division, Samsung R&D Institute India-Bangalore (Area: EnodeB/GNodeB PHY receive processing, Test frameworks for signal processing chains for LTE and 5G-NR), Karnataka,IndiaApr. 2020Sept. 2022

Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Dept. ECSE, Faculty of Engineering, Monash University, Clayton,Australia, (Area:Geometrical channel modeling for high mobility wireless communications)Jan. 2019Apr. 2020

Project intern, Wireless Division,Texas Instruments, Bangalore, Karnataka, India, (Area: Design and Implementation of digital control loop for buck-boost DC-DC converter) May. 2012May. 2013


R.T. Rakesh and E Viterbo, Channel Modeling for Wireless Communications using Ambit Processes”, IEEE  Transactions on Wireless Communications, pp. 1-1, 2020

R. T. Rakesh, D. Sen, G. Das, E. Viterbo, and Y. Hong, “On Distance Statistics of First Arriving Multi-paths in Indoormm-Wave Communications”, IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, pp. 1-1, 2020

R.T. Rakesh, G.Das, and D.Sen, “Energy Efficient Scheduling for Concurrent Transmission in Millimeter Wave WPANs,” IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing, vol.17 no. 12, pp. 2789-2803, 2018

R. T. Rakesh, D. Sen, and G. Das, “On Bounds of Spectral Efficiency of Optimally Beamformed NLOS Millimeter Wave Links,” IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, vol. 67, no. 4, pp. 3646-3651, 2018

R. T. Rakesh, S. Kutty, D. Sen, and G. Das,"A Scalable Subband Subsampled Radio Architecture for Millimeter Wave Communications with Performance Analysis", IET Communications, vol. 10,issue 16, pp. 2071-2083, 2016



R. T. Rakesh and E.Viterbo, “Geometry based Stochastic Channel Modeling using Ambit Processes”, IEEE WCNC’20, Seoul, South Korea, 2020

R. T. Rakesh and E.Viterbo, “Ray-Tracing Simulation of Cross-Road Scenarios Based on a Stochastic Model for Vehicular Traffic”, IEEE VTC’19-fall, Honolulu, USA, 2019

R. T. Rakesh,G. Das, and D. Sen, “An Analytical Model for Millimeter Wave Outdoor Directional Non-Line-of-Sight Channels,” IEEE ICC’17, Paris, France, 2017

R. T. Rakesh, R. Ranjan, S. Gangwar, D. Sen, and G. Das, “Power Efficient OFDM-mmWave Communications with Low Resolution and Subsampling ADC,” IEEE VTC’17-spring, Sydney, Australia, 2017

R.T. Rakesh, A. Chowdhary, D. Sen, and G. Das, “Scalable Sub-band Sub-sampled Radio Architecture for Millimeter Wave Communications,” IEEE PIMRC’15, Hong Kong, China, 2015, pp. 309-314



“On Bounds of Spectral Efficiency of Optimally Beamformed NLOS Millimeter Wave Links,” Invited presentation at IEEE VTC’18-fall, Chicago, USA, 2018

- ZZ1003D Basic Electrical Sciences

- EC3092D Communication Engineering Lab I

- EC4091D Communication Engineering Lab II

- Technology Excellence Award in SCA Q3 (2020) from Samsung R&D Institute India-Bangalore 

- Secured first rank with Gold Medal during M.Tech, at the National Institute of Technology Karnataka, India (2013)