TitlePaulraj, Arogyaswami oral history
|Kapoor, Uday, Interviewer|
|Paulraj, Arogyaswami, Interviewee|
PublisherComputer History Museum
Place of PublicationMountain View, CA
DescriptionProf.Paulraj, born in 1944 in Pollachi, India is currently Emeritus Professor of EE at Stanford University. He received his Bachelor's Degree and a PhD in EE in India and joined the Indian Navy at a very young age and served it with distinction for 30 years, where he pioneered the development of advanced military sonars.
He is credited with the creation of the breakthrough wireless technology known as MIMO that forms the core of the latest Wi-Fi and LTE systems crucial to local area and mobile wireless communications. He founded Iospan Wireless Inc. in 1998 which developed the core 4G wireless technology.
An IEEE fellow, Prof. Paulraj has been honored with numerous global technology awards - the IEEE Alexander Graham Bell Medal in 2011, the Marconi Prize in 2014 and induction into the Inventor's Hall of Fame in 2018.
Collection TitleCHM Oral History
CreditComputer History Museum
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