Niayesh Mohsen

Mohsen Niayesh
PhD candidate
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About me
I am currently working toward the Ph.D. degree with the Department of Electrical Engineering, Ècole de Technologie Supèrieure (ÈTS), Montreal, QC, Canada. From 2015 to 2016 was a research assistance in University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran. In 2016, I was with LACIME laboratory, which is affliated to Ècole de Technologie Supèrieure (ÈTS), to begin my Ph.D. program. My focus of the project is on multiplex a multitude of radiating elements with passive low-loss structures capable of meeting the power an bandwidth requirements of the software defined radio system.

Microwave Passive Circuit Design, Antenna Engineering, Metamaterial, Satellite Communication, On body Communication, Wireless Communication, Electromagnetic Compatibility.


Since 2016

Candidate in Electrical Engineering           ETS
Efficient 3D Multiplexing Structures for Multi-band Software Radio Antennas.
M.Sc. Electrical Engineering        University of Tehran
CRLH-SIW Leaky-wave antenna
B.Sc. Electrical Engineering         Azad University
Metamaterials From Theory To Practice.

  1. M. Niayesh, , Z. Atlasbaf “Broadband CRLH Beam Scanning Leaky-wave antenna designed on dual-layer SIW” 2015. ACES - The Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society Journal, 31(4), 450-454.
  2. Memarzadeh-Tehran, H., Abhari, R., & Niayesh, M. (2016). A cavity-backed antenna loaded with complimentary split ring resonators AEU - International Journal of Electronics and Communications, 70(7), 928-935..


Dielectric Resonant Antenna      ETS
Designing Dielectric Resonant Antennas (DRA) integrated with LTCC
LTCC Multiplexer      ETS
Designing passive multiplexer circuits with the ability to control the
bandwidth and selectivity.
LTCC Fabrication       ETS
Design and fabricating of microwave circuits and antennas design
with LTCC technology.
Satellite Communication      University of Tehran
Tutoring satellite communication system design.

PhD project description
In this project, we focus tactical communication scenarios using a software defined radio platform where the frequency of operation can be the center frequency of any of a large number of predefined channels situated anywhere between 600 MHz and 6 GHz. In addition to the frequency range and the large number of channels, the antenna of this radio must be able to handle a large amount of power on the order of 50 W while maintaining signal linearity with minimal impact on power effciency, i.e., minimal loss. Using an approach of channel grouping, the frequency range is to be divided into sub-bands with each sub-band being covered by one antenna. The problem we seek to address in this work is specifically focused on how to multiplex a multitude of radiating elements with passive low loss structures capable of meeting the power and bandwidth requirements of the software defined radio system.