Samarendra Nath Sur

Work place: Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, Sikkim Manipal University, Sikkim, India



Research Interests: Wireless Networks, Wireless Communication


Mr. Samarendra Nath Sur: Born in 1984 at Hooghly , West Bengal, INDIA He received his M.Sc. (Electronics Science) from Jadavpur University in the year 2007 and M.Tech from Sikkim Manipal University in 2012. Currently working as an Assistant Professor in Electronics & Communication Engineering Department of Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology, India. Broadband Wireless Communication Advanced Digital Signal Processing and Remote Sensing are the area of

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Lattice-Reduction-Aided Equalization for V2V Communication Channel

By Samarendra Nath Sur Rabindranath Bera Bansibadan Maji

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Mar. 2018

World is moving towards the implementation of massive MIMO based communication system and that forces the researchers to design low complexity receiver architecture. MIMO system performance in Vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) is a popular research topic. And to support Vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication in high speed mobility condition, it required to have reliable and secure of com-munication. This paper deals with the performance evaluation of the low complex LLR-MMSE receiver in terms of the channel capacity and bit error rate improvement. In this paper we have considered V2V Spatial Channel Model (SCM) and Nakagami-m chaneel model for the performance evaluation. The performance has been evaluated based on the mathematical calculation and simulated results. And also performance comparison between the conventional linear MIMO receivers with the lattics reduction aided MIMO receivers have been presented.

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DVBS2 System Using SDR in Hardware-in-Loop Mode

By Soumyasree Bera Samarendra Nath Sur

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Mar. 2017

Digital Video Broadcasting- Satellite 2nd generation (DVBS2) is one of the popular source of entertainment in today's world. It has made TV viewing superb experience due to its ability of sharing high quality picture (i.e. High Definition). But the satellite channel basically follows AWGN type of response as there is lesser chances of multipath generation. The following paper deals with the implementation of the DVBS2 system in Software Defined Radio (SDR) platform and further analysis of its performance both in terms of bit error rate (BER) and actual multimedia transfer capability over different channel conditions like AWGN, and also under multipath condition i.e. Rician channel. All the analysis in the paper is done in hardware-in-loop mode.

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Embedded Digital SISO Radar using Wireless Open Access Research Platform for Object Detection and RCS Measurement

By Subhankar Shome Rabindranath Bera Bansibadan Maji Samarendra Nath Sur Soumyasree Bera

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Nov. 2015

Nowadays, the ground radar systems are mostly used for controlling airspace or making weather images. These systems consist of large antenna, a lot of the electronic equipment and very powerful computational unit. Smaller versions of these systems are often carried on the board of planes but still they are quite complex devices. Much simpler versions of the systems mentioned above but still using the same basic principles are small compact devices for measuring Target RCS or Target detection. In these applications, small size embedded SDR radar can be used. Then real time processing of a radar signal can also be much simpler. For the above mentioned simple applications, it is possible and reasonable to have small devices with low power consumption that perform real time correlation based processing. Typical today's embedded FPGA based SDR solutions have enough computational performance and their electric input is also very low. Moreover, the dimensions of the processor boards are very compact and they can be easily integrated into very small cases. That's why it is good to transfer radar signal processing algorithms to the embedded system. The recent development in the digital Radar is now molded in these SDR systems. Our motivation is to design a Spread Spectrum based digital SDR radar which is very small in size and may be a low cost solution where we can bypass all the huge instrumentation complexity. This type of solution is now popular for defense organizations, even can be used in human daily life.

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Performance Analysis of VBLAST Based MIMO OFDM System in Vehicular Channel

By Samarendra Nath Sur Soumyasree Bera Arun Kumar Singh Rabindranath Bera B.Maji

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Nov. 2014

Vehicular communication is emerging as an important ingredient for successful implement of Intelligent Transportation Systems(ITS). But the development of suitable communications systems plays an important role in mobility condition. The desired system should support dynamic wireless exchange of data between nearby vehicles or road side infrastructure. In this regards multiple input and multiple output (MIMO) orthogonal frequency domain multiplexing (OFDM) system is possibly the best solution. This paper deals with the performance analysis of the MIMO OFDM system in Nakagami-m channel with Doppler shift and also partial hardware implementation of baseband signal processing.

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Moving Target Detection and Doppler Extraction Using Digital Spread Spectrum Radar

By Subhankar Shome Rabindra Nath Bera Samarendra Nath Sur Rabi Adhikary

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Sep. 2014

In this paper, we discuss a Spread Spectrum based radar system for car detection in the road and autonomous guidance of vehicles. An autonomous intelligent vehicle has to perform a number of functionalities. Segmentation of the road, determining the boundaries to drive in and recognizing the vehicles and obstacles around are the main tasks for vision guided vehicle navigation. In this article we propose a set of algorithms which lead to the solution of road and vehicle collision using carrier recovery method from car velocity using DSSS RADAR. In such a spread spectrum system, the transmitted signal is spread over a larger bandwidth, which is much wider than the minimum bandwidth required to transmit the information. Automotive radar systems can take advantage of spread spectrum techniques because of their interference rejection, immunity from noise and multipath distortion, and high resolution ranging properties. In addition, there is no need for high-speed, fast-settling frequency synthesizers. Moreover, spread spectrum techniques can improve the reliability of automotive radars. The data from different sensors on different cars can be combined in order to observe the complete car environment. Thus a spread spectrum radar system will allow sharing the same bandwidth also for data link needed by car-to-car communication systems. The algorithm described here is to recover Doppler frequency using 2P power method from which we are able to detect the vehicle condition in road.

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Performance Analysis of Non-Linear Equalizer in MIMO System for Vehicular Channel

By Vikash Kumar Tiwary Subham Agarwal Samarendra Nath Sur

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Sep. 2013

All wireless technologies face the challenges of multipath signal fading, attenuation delay and phase delay which led to the interference between users and there is the possibility of limited spectrum. Linear and Non-Linear receiver is used to combat the effect of multipath signal fading and delay. The linear receiver gives best result in case of static environment but in case of dynamic environmental condition it fails to give better results and hence in order to improve the system performance non-linear receiver is used in dynamic environment condition. As a dynamic channel, Vehicular Channel model is considered because there is growing interest in vehicular networking and it is also a challenging channel model because of the complexity of the environment, and rapid variation in channel conditions. This paper studies the comparison between Zero Forcing (ZF) and Minimum Mean Square Error (MMSE) receiver in the Vehicular Channel. A comparative study between linear equalizer and non-linear equalizer in the Vehicular Channel is done and analyze the effect of the varying modulation and antenna configuration on the performance. 

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Channel Capacity and BER Performance Analysis of MIMO System with Linear Receiver in Nakagami Channel

By Samarendra Nath Sur Debjyoti Ghosh

DOI:, Pub. Date: 1 Sep. 2013

Multiple input multiple output (MIMO) is one of the key technology to accomplish the goal of the future wireless broadband communication.This paper deals with the bit error rate (BER) and capacity performance of the Vertical Bell laboratories layered space-time (VBALST) MIMO systems with a linear receiver such as minimum mean-square error (MMSE) and zero forcing (ZF) over Nakagami-m channel. Both the BER and the capacity of MIMO systems have been analyzed for different modulation techniques and also with various configurations of MIMO systems. We have also analyzed the VBLAST MIMO system performance in a higher SNR region.

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Doppler Shift Impact On The MIMO OFDM System In Vehicular Channel Condition

By Samarendra Nath Sur Rabindranath Bera

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Jul. 2012

Vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication systems will play an important role in intelligent transportation systems (ITS). But in high mobility road condition, orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) is very sensitive to Doppler shift. In this scenario multiple input and multiple output (MIMO) system combined with OFDM, make MIMO -OFDM techniques very attractive and productive for vehicle-to-vehicle communications. This paper deals with the bit error rate (BER) performance analysis of MIMO-OFDM system in high way road condition which is modeled based on the Nakagami fading characteristic. The system performance is analyzed with the change in m value of Nakagami channel and also with the variation in the modulation schemes.

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