Theoretical and Experimental investigation of new modulation schemes for fiber based 5G backhaul systems.

ESR: Hum Nath Parajuli

Hum Nath Parajuli received his Bachelor degree from Pokhara University Nepal in 2008. He received his M.Sc. degree in Photonic Networks Engineering from (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Pisa, Italy & Osaka University, Japan) respectively in 2012 through the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master degree program. He is currently working as a Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher in Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) under the project FiWiN5G, supported from European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program. His research work on BME will lead to the PhD degree from BME on the title 'Theoretical and Experimental Investigations of the New Modulation Techniques for the Fiber based 5G Backhaul Networks'. His research interests are: Communication theory for optical communication, digital signal processing for optical communication, design of high capacity fiber- wireless networks.




The research project aims to realize theoretical investigation, simulation and experimental study of optical fibre transport of radio signals for 5G wireless/mobile systems. Based on comparing theoretical and experimental results, optimum radio and optical modulation formats are to be achieved. First the different transmission methods are investigated in simulation environment, then transmission qualities of novel modulation methods are studied. Next complete radio over fiber system simulation will be built in the applied simulation environment. Experimental investigation will validate the simulation results. Based on the results of the investigations optimum approaches will be selected for 5G applications. Recommendations for optimal optical fibre based 5G backhaul system will be proposed.



Supervisor and enquiries: Eszter Udvary

Host University: BME, Hungary

Secondment: G-INP, France

Industrial Partner: Ericsson R&D Hungary Ltd