Muhammad Yasir Faheem has completed his PhD degree in Electronics science and Technology at Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT), Beijing, China in January 2020. His field of research is Analog circuit design (Analog to digital convertor and RF transceiver). He has designed the RF transceiver module and focused on the analog and digital circuitry of the module. He designed RF transceiver and ADC separately for the applications of LTE/4G and 5G. He is currently predicting the implementation issues/problem in 6G communication system.
There are following subjects in which he has competency.
1. Circuit Analysis
2. RF Circuit Design Theory and Applications
3. Micro Electronics
4. Wireless and mobile Communication
5. Fundamentals of the CMOS circuits
6. Analog and Digital Circuits
7. Communication Frontier Technology
He can teach the English language other than these courses to the students and organize the different activities to boost the abilities of the students.
He can conduct the experiments in the lab and even out of the lab for the deep learning of the students. Moreover, he can get instructions form the head of the department very efficiently. He can speak and understand the basic Chinese in his daily life.
He has 10 years of teaching and research experience in different institutes. He is working in COMSATS University Islamabad Vehari campus, Pakistan, since February 2014 as a Lecturer. His job responsibilities are associates with the computer science department. As well as his critical thinking towards research gives a shine to his abilities.
He has worked in Faisalabad Institute of Cardiology Faisalabad as an Electronic Equipment Care Taker in Electro-Medical Department and Technical officer in Government of Punjab Health Department for the period of two years. His job responsibility was to manage the all engineering departments.
He did his MS in Telecommunication and Networking with Honour. He also taught two subjects in Bahria University as a visiting faculty member.
His topic of research was, “Ultra Low power small size RF transceiver design for wireless senor networks”.
He was also member of research group Bahria University Wireless Research Center (BUWRC). This group includes the activities related to wireless mobile communications/ Networks. A special interest group with name, “Wireless Sensor Networks transceivers” is also working.
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