Dr. P.SURENDRA KUMAR

@becbapatla.ac.in

Associate Professor ECE Department
Acharya Nagarjuna university



                 

https://researchid.co/surendrakumar

Dr. P. Surendra Kumar received his B.Tech degree from V.R. Siddhardha Engineering College, Vijayawada and M.Tech in Digital Electronics and Advanced Communications (DEAC) from National Institute of Technology (NIT) Surathkal Karnataka in the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, received Ph.D. in the area of RF & Microwave antennas from Acharya Nagarjuna University, Guntur, AP. He has 18 years of teaching experience as an Associate professor at Bapatla Engineering College, Bapatla.
Areas of interest: Microstrip Antenna design, MIMO antenna and antenna design for 5G and 6G wireless applications, UWB antenna, Metamaterial and metasurface-based antenna design, Dual, triple and multi-band antenna design. He has published 43+ research papers in top journals and conferences and attended 97+ workshops organized by IEEE, IETE and other institutions.

EDUCATION

Bapatla Engineering college, Bapatla
Nagarjuna University (AP).
Ph. D.
2019
National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal
NITK, Surathkal
(Deemed) M. Tech
(Digital Electronics and Advanced Communications)
2005
7.01
(CGPA)





V. R. Siddhartha Engineering College, Vijayawada
Nagarjuna University (AP).
B. Tech (ECE)
2003
70.05
S. A. William Booth Junior College, Bapatla. Board of Intermediate Education (AP).
Intermediate, MPC
1998
72.6
S.A. High School, Bapatla. Board of Secondary Education (AP).
S.S.C.
1996
71.33

RESEARCH, TEACHING, or OTHER INTERESTS

Engineering, Engineering

FUTURE PROJECTS

A Unique Multi-Band and UWB Four Element MIMO Antenna for 6G mmWave Band Applications

The current invention demonstrates a novel four element compact multi-band and ultra wideband MIMO (multiple-input multiple-output) antenna. The suggested antenna is intended for use in the 6G mmWave band applications. It operates in four operational bands, the first of which has a frequency of 22.23 GHz for the stated band of 7-24GHz. The operational frequency of the second band is 34 GHz in the 32GHz band, while that of the third band is 43.69GHz in the upper 40GHz band. The fourth band’s operational frequency in the 50GHz range, which is 53.38 GHz. The exhibited 6G antenna measures 25 mm × 28 mm × 0.508 mm and is made of low-loss dielectric material Rogers RT/Duriod 5880 (tm) which has a dielectric loss tangent of 0.0009 and relative permittivity of 2.2.


Applications Invited
Testing

THz antenna design for Global Wi-Fi Applications

Prospective bands for the upcoming version of wireless networks include those between 100 GHz and 3 THz. In addition, new ideas and technological advancements in circuits, signal processing, devices, and systems will open up new applications at these frequencies. Global Wi-Fi use at frequencies between 252 GHz and 325 GHz is going to create the first global communication standard for the 250–350 GHz frequency range.


Applications Invited
Implementation

Low Profile Triple-Band MIMO Antenna Using Grounded Coplanar Waveguide Feed for 5G Wireless Applications

The mm-wave MIMO antenna is a viable option for virtual reality services and the streaming of huge video material, however as of yet, 5G wireless technology-specific standards have not been developed or put into practice. Many scholars have begun to bring the standard's foundation, nonetheless. Few mm-wave MIMO antennas are therefore now available. There was a proposal for a MIMO antenna that used two linear arrays, each array having four cylindrical dielectric resonator antennas operating at 30 GHz. Beam tilting was achieved by means of a passive microstrip feed network.


Applications Invited
Implementation
4

Scopus Publications

68

Scholar Citations

4

Scholar h-index

2

Scholar i10-index

Scopus Publications

  • Triple-Band Antenna for IoT and 5G Applications using Metasurfaces and Polygon Slot
    Surendrakumar Painam, Vijaya Sankar Anumala, and Mahesh Gatram

    IEEE
    A compact triple-band antenna is designed for internet of things (IoT) applications including Bluetooth, Zigbee, Wi-Fi, WiMAX, WLAN, industrial IoT (IIoT), Medical Body-Area Networks (MBAN), and Wireless Body Area Network (WBAN) which are operating from 2 GHz to 5 GHz. The proposed antenna having tri-band response resonating at 2.44 GHz, 3.20 GHz and 5.05 GHz, while considering return loss S11< -10 dB and 3-dB bandwidths of 60MHz, 200 MHz and 270 MHz respectively at resonant frequencies. Moreover, the proposed antenna is presenting improved efficiency and gain according to the recent requirements of wireless networks. This antenna has reduced dimensions, ideal to be integrated in most of IoT devices. In addition, the parameters of an antenna such as ground plane, polygon slot and material structures are optimized for better performance.

  • Triple-UWB millimeter-wave MIMO antenna with improved isolation for 5G wireless applications
    Surendrakumar Painam, Vijaya Sankar Anumala, Karuna Painam, Krishna Chaitanya Tatikonda, Suneel Miriyala, and Prasad PPM

    IEEE
    In this work, a novel way of reducing mutual coupling and triple-ultra wideband (UWB) Multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) antenna for 5G millimeter-wave (mm-wave) communications is proposed. The MIMO design consists of four antenna elements fed at the vertex. The antenna elements are loaded at the top and bottom of the substrate at a distance of 1.1 mm respectively to minimize the effect of mutual coupling. Thus, the isolation achieved a maximum of 36.26 dB. The dimension of the proposed MIMO antenna is 30 mm × 25 mm × 0.8 mm. A fractional bandwidth (FBW) of 51% (23.26-36.91 GHz) and a maximum gain of 10.27 dBi is achieved at 40.48 GHz. In addition, the radiation efficiency of more than 85% is obtained in the frequency range of 23.26 - 43.01 GHz. The peak envelope correlation coefficient of the proposed structure is less than 0.003. The designed antenna is simulated, fabricated and measured; a good agreement between simulation and measurement results were achieved. The performance of the proposed antenna is compared with the existing mm-wave MIMO antennas in literature.

  • Miniaturizing a Microstrip Antenna Using Metamaterials and Metasurfaces [Antenna Applications Corner]
    Surendrakumar Painam and Chandramohan Bhuma

    Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
    A smaller microstrip antenna design is essential for current and future wireless applications. For the design proposed in this article, researchers achieved size reduction when a circular microstrip patch is loaded with a metamaterial structure using a complementary split ring resonator (CSRR) with partially loaded nonuniform metasurfaces (NUMSs) on a ground plane. The designed antenna achieved a size reduction of 74% compared to a conventional microstrip antenna. The proposed antenna, resonating at 6.22 GHz, is designed, fabricated, and tested, and the measured results are then compared with the simulations as well as with the designs reported in the literature. The proposed antenna can be used for wireless applications, such as an indoor base-station antenna for vehicle-tovehicle communications.

  • A Compact Hexa-Band and UWB Antenna Using Heptagon and Nonagon Rings with Vertex Feed
    Surendra kumar Painam and Chandra Mohan Bhuma

    IEEE
    A simple hexa-band microstrip antenna is proposed in this work. The proposed antenna offers wide bandwidth due to utilization of heptagon and nonagon rings along with diamond slot. The antenna is designed, simulated, fabricated, and tested. The proposed antenna operates are Bluetooth & WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) (2.4-2.48 GHz), point to point terrestrial applications (4.4-4.6 GHz), satellite receiver (7.25-7.75 GHz), satellite communication from earth to space (7.9-8.4 GHz), search and rescue transponders for reception (9.2-9.5 GHz) from X-band radars, ground penetrating radar imaging systems (10.6-11.2 GHz). The proposed antenna is compact with the dimensions $25\\ \\mathbf{mm} \\times 25\\ \\mathbf{mm} \\times 1.6\\ \\mathbf{mm}$. At a resonant frequency of 2.4 GHz, the bandwidth is 0.24 GHz, whereas at 4.5 GHz it is 1.07 GHz. Ultra wide bandwidth is achieved over the range 6.01-11.52 GHz (5.51 GHz BW). Obtained average gain is 5.05 dBi with a maximum efficiency of 90.61%. Performance of the proposed antenna is compared with the existing works available in the literature. Measured performance metrics (Return Loss (dB), Gain (dBi), Efficiency (%) and Radiation pattern) are in close agreement with the simulated values.

RECENT SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Triple-Band Antenna for IoT and 5G Applications using Metasurfaces and Polygon Slot
    S Painam, VS Anumala, M Gatram
    2021 IEEE Indian Conference on Antennas and Propagation (InCAP), 416-419 2021

  • Triple-UWB Millimeter-wave MIMO Antenna with Improved Isolation for 5G Wireless Applications
    VSA Surendrakumar Painam
    IEEE Indian Conference on Antennas and Propogation (InCAP) 2020

  • Triple-uwb millimeter-wave mimo antenna with improved isolation for 5g wireless applications
    S Painam, VS Anumala, K Painam, KC Tatikonda, S Miriyala, PPM Prasad
    2019 IEEE Indian Conference on Antennas and Propogation (InCAP), 1-5 2019

  • InCAP2018 Conference Report [Meeting Reports]
    S Rao
    IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine 61 (2), 10-13 2019

  • Miniaturizing a Microstrip Antenna Using Metamaterials and Metasurfaces [Antenna Applications Corner]
    S Painam, C Bhuma
    IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine 61 (1), 91-135 2019

  • A Compact Hexa-Band and UWB Antenna Using Heptagon and Nonagon Rings with Vertex Feed
    S Painam, CM Bhuma
    2018 IEEE Indian Conference on Antennas and Propogation (InCAP), 1-4 2018

  • Hybrid Technique for denoising Multi Environment Noise in Speech Processing
    K Kirankumar, M Suneel, P Surendrakumar
    IEEE International Conference IISc, Bangalore 2018

  • A Triple-Frequency, Vertex-Fed Antenna for WLAN\/WiMAX Applications [Antenna Applications Corner]
    P Surendrakumar, BC Mohan
    IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine 60 (3), 101-106 2018

  • Immediate Rescue Operation Of Victims from Accidents By Using Smart Phone with ARDUINO
    P Surendrakumar
    International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development 2018

  • Dual-band Microstrip Antenna For WLAN and Defense Applications By Using U-Slots and Metamaterial
    P Surendrakumar
    ANU Journal of Engineering 2017

  • Design of a Miniaturized triple-band antenna with conductor backed metasurfaces CPW-fed for 5G Wireless applications
    BCM P. Surendra Kumar
    IEEE International conference 2017

  • Blood Spatter Source Reconstruction from blood stains on adjacent walls using Image Processing
    P.Surendrakumar
    International journal of advance engineering and research development 2017

  • Contrast Enhancement of Grey Level and Color Image Using DWT and SVD
    P.Surendrakumar
    International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET 5 (4) 2017

  • Medical image Fusion Techniques Based on Discrete Transform Domains
    P Surendrakumar
    International journal of advanced research in engineering 2017

  • Bandwidth extension of a dual band circular patch antenna with pulse slot for GPS and WiMAX applications.
    P Surendrakumar
    National conference 2017

  • Dual-Frequency Vertex-Fed Pentagonal Slot On Rectangular Patch For WLAN/WiMAX Applications
    PS Kumar, BC Mohan
    IEEE International Conference 2016

  • Resolution Enhancement of Satellite Images by using Wavelet Transform
    P Surendrakumar
    International Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Management 5 (4) 2016

  • Dual-band Microstrip Patch Antenna Design with Inverted-E Slot and U-Slot
    PS Kumar, BC Mohan
    IEEE International Conference. 2016

  • Video Surveillance Robot with Multi Mode Operation
    P Surendrakumar
    International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT 5 (2) 2016

  • Dual-band Circular Patch Antenna With Inverted U slot and CSRR for WiMAX Applications
    P Surendrakumar
    Indian Journal of Science and Technology 2016

MOST CITED SCHOLAR PUBLICATIONS

  • Miniaturizing a Microstrip Antenna Using Metamaterials and Metasurfaces [Antenna Applications Corner]
    S Painam, C Bhuma
    IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine 61 (1), 91-135 2019
    Citations: 35

  • A Triple-Frequency, Vertex-Fed Antenna for WLAN\/WiMAX Applications [Antenna Applications Corner]
    P Surendrakumar, BC Mohan
    IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine 60 (3), 101-106 2018
    Citations: 16

  • Triple-uwb millimeter-wave mimo antenna with improved isolation for 5g wireless applications
    S Painam, VS Anumala, K Painam, KC Tatikonda, S Miriyala, PPM Prasad
    2019 IEEE Indian Conference on Antennas and Propogation (InCAP), 1-5 2019
    Citations: 4

  • Dual-band Microstrip Patch Antenna Design with Inverted-E Slot and U-Slot
    PS Kumar, BC Mohan
    IEEE International Conference. 2016
    Citations: 4

  • A Compact Hexa-Band and UWB Antenna Using Heptagon and Nonagon Rings with Vertex Feed
    S Painam, CM Bhuma
    2018 IEEE Indian Conference on Antennas and Propogation (InCAP), 1-4 2018
    Citations: 3

  • Video Surveillance Robot with Multi Mode Operation
    P Surendrakumar
    International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT 5 (2) 2016
    Citations: 3

  • Triple-Band Antenna for IoT and 5G Applications using Metasurfaces and Polygon Slot
    S Painam, VS Anumala, M Gatram
    2021 IEEE Indian Conference on Antennas and Propagation (InCAP), 416-419 2021
    Citations: 1

  • Hybrid Technique for denoising Multi Environment Noise in Speech Processing
    K Kirankumar, M Suneel, P Surendrakumar
    IEEE International Conference IISc, Bangalore 2018
    Citations: 1

  • Dual-Frequency Vertex-Fed Pentagonal Slot On Rectangular Patch For WLAN/WiMAX Applications
    PS Kumar, BC Mohan
    IEEE International Conference 2016
    Citations: 1

Publications

No. of. Publications (43)
National Conference (07)
International conference (20)
National Journal (04)
International Journal (12)

GRANT DETAILS

UGC Minor research project (2.3 Lakhs)- Completed
Title: An Investigation of the role of Metamaterials in Microstrip antennas
Objectives: • To study the existing microstrip antenna structures and their limitations.
• To propose the approaches to overcome these limitations.
• To explore metamaterials for microstrip antenna designs.
• To design, develop and test the metamaterial structures for microstrip antenna designs.
• To implement some of the state-of-the-art designs and evaluate their performance.
• To compare and present a detailed report on the state-of-the-art microstrip antenna designs.
• To propose new techniques for improving the bandwidth and gain of microstrip antennas.
• To publish high-quality research papers relevant to this work.

RESEARCH OUTPUTS (PATENTS, SOFTWARE, PUBLICATIONS, PRODUCTS)

Patent Filed
Title: A Unique Multi-Band and UWB Four Element MIMO Antenna for 6G mmWave Band Applications
Application Number-202341061465
Application Ref Number-202341061465
Filing Date-13/09/2023 -Indian Patent Office

Industry, Institute, or Organisation Collaboration

Organization Collaboration: V. R. Siddhartha Engineering College, Vijayawada

SOCIAL, ECONOMIC, or ACADEMIC BENEFITS

 Received 3rd Best Research Paper Award from IISc Bangalore, INDICON2016.
 Received 1st Best Research Paper Award from Indian Conference on Antennas and propagation IEEE Hyderabad section (InCAP2018).
 Received Best Research Paper Award from IETE Chennai CHENCON 2021.
 Received Best Teacher Award-2022 From ECE Department, Bapatla Engineering College.
 Received Best Young Researcher Award from Global Education (GECL2k19).
 Nominated for young scientist award-2018 from innovative research developers (IRDP)
 Published IEEE journal papers in IEEE Antennas and Propagation.
 Reviewer for SCI Journal (International Journal of RF and Microwave Computer-Aided Engineering, John Wiley & Sons Periodicals, Impact factor:1.306)
 Most of my research papers are available in IEEE explore
 Published research papers in IISc Bangalore, IIT Roorkee and IIT Bhubaneswar.
 UGC Minor research project is sanctioned and received 2.5Lakhs.
 Submitted project proposal for DRDO with the title “Microstrip antenna design using metamaterial for radar
 Submitted project proposal for ISRO with the title “Miniaturization of microstrip antenna using metamaterial and
 Submitted major project for SERB with the title “Advanced microstrip antenna design for 5G wireless
 Submitted seminar/workshop/conference proposal for ISRO.
 Worked as TEQIP coordinator
 Worked as NBA coordinator for both B.Tech and M.Tech
 Worked as time-table in charge
 Worked as