IEEE AIUB Student Branch successfully organized a seminar on “Microwave Transmission in Telecommunications” at American International University-Bangladesh (AIUB) in collaboration with IEEE Bangladesh Section Student Activities Committee, IEEE Young Professionals Bangladesh Section, IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society AIUB Student Branch Chapter and Faculty of Engineering, AIUB. The seminar was conducted by Mr. Rajesh Kumar Paul, Specialist, Microwave Operation, Technology Division, ROBI AXIATA Limited; Treasurer, IEEE Young Professionals Bangladesh Section.
The seminar was inaugurated with the welcome speech of Dr. M. Tanseer Ali, Former Counselor, IEEE AIUB Student Branch; Sr. Asst. Professor, Faculty of Engineering, AIUB who talked about the progression of Microwave and Telecommunication sectors along with the research opportunities it provides for higher education. Later, the speaker Mr. Rajesh Kumar Paul took the stage and discussed the history along with the importance of Microwave Transmission systems in recent times. He also talked in detail about various types of Antennas and other equipments that are involved in transmission along with their characteristics, infrastructure and parameters. In addition, he talked elaborately about Synchronous Transport Module (STM), and its functions in Telecommunication system. He also gave a brief knowledge to the participants about Microwave Frequency Bands and also explained the suitable range of frequencies that are generally used. Finally, he concluded with an interactive Question-Answer session.
After that, Dr. Mohammad Hasan Imam, Counselor, IEEE AIUB Student Branch; Sr. Assistant Professor, Faculty of Engineering, AIUB delivered the concluding speech where he discussed about the wide range of applications of Microwave Transmission. He also motivated the participants for electing Telecommunication in higher education due to its promising future. Later, Dr. Mohammad Hasan Imam presented a token of appreciation to Mr. Rajesh Kumar Paul. A group photo session was carried out which marked the end of the seminar.