Early Stage Researcher
Lakshmi is a Marie Curie fellowship based Early-Stage Researcher, pursuing her PhD with BT and University of Birmingham on the “Application of highly precise optical clocks in a telecom network”. Her interests include time and frequency distribution across networks, network synchronisation, and different clock technologies. Telecom networks need high level of accuracy and synchronization to work effectively. Currently, this is achieved with the help of satellite-based technologies. The next generation of telecom network require precision and stability than ever before, and this is easily achieved in the lab with an optical atomic clock. The challenge is on how to bring this technology out of the lab and utilize it in a telecom infrastructure. Another dimension of her research work involves investigating wide range of use cases and applications that can be benefitted from these highly precise clocks.
Member of the IEEE
Member of the IEEE Photonics Society
Enayati, M., Lakshmi, S., Poluparthi, B.P., Rajagopal, L. and Ponnekanti, S. “Integrating blockchain, open rain and IoT platforms into rural community networks,” (2021) https://www.academia.edu/45661730/International_Conference_on_Sustainable_Development_in_Technology_for_4_th_Industrial_Revolution
Rajagopal, L. and Raj, D. "Study of synchronization facets for 5G small cell use case scenario," (2017) Study of synchronization facets for 5G small cell use case scenario | IEEE Conference Publication | IEEE Xplore
Karthik, A., Koshy, D.P., Rajagopal, L., Luke, A., Meera, M.S. and Sai Shibu, N.B. "Study and analysis of OceanNet — Marine internet service for fishermen," (2017) Study and analysis of OceanNet — Marine internet service for fishermen | IEEE Conference Publication | IEEE Xplore