MS from University of Arizona 2003
- Error event decoding for data storage systems
PhD from Delft University of Technology April 2010
- Beyond digital interference cancellation: Mathematical methods for RF and digital interference cancellation.
Vijay has been with Bell Labs since Sep 2010. Prior to this position, he finished his PhD from Delft. Prior to joining Delft, he worked as an R&D engineer in Sony Corporation, Tokyo on designing FPGA based iterative decoders for data storage systems from 2003-2005. He has also worked as an intern/visitor at Nanyang technological University, Institute Eurecom, Imagination Technologies and Seagate Storage Systems, CA.
Since joining Bell Labs, he has been working on joint digital and RF signal conditioning for antenna array transceivers, FPGA implementation of entire transceiver chain and ultra-low power communications.
2013 Bell Labs Ireland outstanding achievement - incorporating antenna feeder network technology within LTE-TDD product.
2012 Bell Labs Ireland outstanding achievement - designed Bell Labs LightRadio prototype
2011 Bell Labs Ireland outstanding achievement - Active Antenna Array Technologies
V. Venkateswaran and A. J. van der Veen, “Analog beamforming with phase shift networks and online channel estimation”, IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, Vol 58, No. 8, Aug 2010.
V. Venkateswaran and A. J. van der Veen, “Source separation in Multi-channel Sigma-Delta ADC's",IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, Vol 59, No. 5, May 2011.
V. Venkateswaran and B. Vasic “Soft Error Event Decoding of Multitrack Magnetic Recording Channels,” IEEE Trans. Magnetics, Vol 40, No. 2, Mar. 2004.