Chomora Mikeka

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Yokohama National University
Japan/ Doctor of Engineering
Wireless Communications Engineering

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University of Malawi

I am involved in development and use of medical devices as Researcher


University of Malawi Chancellor College Faculty of Science Physics Department P.O. Box 280, Zomba, Malawi Email: Associate Professor Chomora Mikeka holds a PhD from the Division of Physics, Electrical and Computer Engineering at Yokohama National University, Japan. His PhD research was about power autonomous sensor radio based on cellular and digital TV RF energy harvesting. He is an inventor and holds a Malawi patent number MW/P/2015/00003 on a multi-functional antenna for DTV, TVWS Internet and DTT services. He has collaborated in the design, simulations and fabrication of an ultra-low power DC-DC buck boost converter with regulated output for less than a milliwatt RF energy harvesting used in modern day communications devices. Chomora Mikeka is a UN consultant (Index No.: 00693932) on Digital Technologies in the Transportation System. He is also the lead partner with the University of Strathclyde on Enabling Affordable Internet Access with Dynamic Spectrum Management and Software Defined Radio. Very recently, Associate Professor Chomora Mikeka was awarded a Lifetime Achiever by the ICT Association of Malawi through the Honorable Minister of Information, Civic Education and Communications Technology in acknowledging him as an individuals who has contributed remarkably to the ICT industry in the country and abroad.   Areas of Expertise Associate Professor Chomora Mikeka has expertise in seven specific research and consultancy areas: 1. Software Development, 2. Antenna and RF Engineering, 3. Broadband Internet, 4. Internet of Things (IoT), 5. Transport Systems Innovation, 6. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for Future Networks, 7. Energy-Aware Systems, and 8. Spectrum Use Audit.


Wireless Communications, Radio Frequency Energy Harvesting and Applications to Biomedical Equipment, IoT, Communication Networks and All Electronics, Signals, Systems and Sensors

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