AT&T Labs, Austin, Texas
Summer Intern, June 2019 – August 2019
• Analyzed impact of hardware impairments on 5G NR mmwave communication system through Link level simulation
• Developed a System level simulation for 5G NR NTN communication and used it to analyze its impact on 5G terrestrial communication Wireless Networking and Communications Group, UT Austin Research Assistant, September 2018 – Present
• Worked on downlink precoding for MU-massive MIMO with one-bit ADCs/DACs installed at the BS
• Through optimized dithering improved performance of downlink precoding Department of Electrical Engg. and Computer Science, UC Irvine Teaching Assistant, January 2018 – April 2018
• Conducted discussion and problem solving sessions for the course of Engineering Probability
• Created and graded examinations for students in the course Center for Pervasive Communications and Computing, UC Irvine Research Assistant, September 2015 – September 2017
• Proposed and analyzed a linear precoding algorithm for massive MIMO with 1-bit ADCs and DACs
• Proposed Bussgang adative precoding to enhance performance of quantized linear precoding
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Toronto Summer Intern, May 2014 – July 2014
• Simulated the Energy Compensated Cloud Assistance (ECCA) algorithm for Mobile Cloud Computing in C
• Constructed experimental framework for the algorithm on Android framework using Java on Eclipse IDE based on TCP communication between source, helper and destination nodes
Department of Physics, Kyung Hee University, Seoul Summer Intern, May 2013 – July 2013
• Developed the P3HRT-PCBM interface for Organic Solar Cell application
• Analyzed the energy gap using Ultraviolet Photoelectron Spectroscopy Peer Reviewed Publications
• A. K. Saxena et al, “Linear Transmit processing with optimized dithering,” in Proc. of 53rd Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers, Pacific Grove, CA, 2019 (Accepted).
• A. K. Saxena et al, "Asymptotic Performance of Downlink Massive MIMO with 1- bit Quantized Zero-Forcing Precoding," in Proc. of SPAWC, Cannes, France, 2019.
• A. K. Saxena et al, "Analysis of One-Bit Quantized Precoding for the Multiuser Massive MIMO Downlink,” IEEE Trans. Signal Process., vol. 65, pp. 4624-4634, Sept, 2017.
• A. K. Saxena et al, “Analysis of One-Bit Quantized ZF Precoding for Downlink Multiuser Massive MIMO,” in Proc. of 50th Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems and Computers, Pacific Grove, CA, 2016.
• A. K. Saxena et al, “On One-Bit Quantized ZF Precoding for the Multiuser Massive MIMO Downlink,” in Proc. of IEEE SAM Workshop, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 2016.
• A. K. Saxena et al, "Approximate analysis of MIMO based cooperative communication in α - μ channel distribution," in Proc. of COMSNETS, Bangalore, 2016.
Address: 304, 301 W 29th Street, Austin, TX –
Master of Science in Electrical and Computer
Engineering, University of California, Irvine
GPA: 3.773/4 Sep 2015 – Dec 2017
Bachelor of Technology in Electronics and
Communication Engineering, India Institute of
CPI: 9.20/10 Jul 2011 – Jun 2015
UT Austin (2018 – 2019): Wireless
Communications, Space Time Communication,
Convex Optimization, Reinforcement Learning
Languages and Skills: C, C++, Python, SQL, Java,
Verilog HDL, BASIC, Visual BASIC, Android SDK,
Developmental kits: 8085 Microprocessor,
Arduino Leonardo, Arduino Uno
Software Packages: Eclipse IDE, MATLAB,
Multisim, Simulink, Xilinx ISE, Magic Layout
Editor, Ngspice, IRSIM
• Organized as Chairman, the 2017 UCI-UCLA
Student Research Workshop & Symposium,
at University of California, Irvine sponsored by
Broadcom Foundation from 10th to 11th May
• Participated as a reviewer for manuscripts
submitted to the IEEE Transactions on
Communications and IEEE Communications
• Recipient of fellowship from Calit2@UCI
Engineering Graduate Fellowship Program,
sponsored by the Broadcom Foundation, for
the academic year 2016 - 2017.