Dr. David Scammell
Name: David Scammell
Department: Faculty of Advanced Technology
Job Title: Senior Lecturer
Telephone: 01443 482528
Qualifications: BSc (HONS), MSc, PhD
Main Teaching Areas:
Embedded systems and Computer Programming
Main Research Areas:
Radiowave Propagation in the 60GHz frequency bands.
Current Research Activity:
Performance evaluation and modeling of digitally broadband mobile and personal communication systems
Journals Selected Publications:
- D Scammell, and A Hammoudeh, “Estimating Channel Performance for Time Invariant Channels”, IEE Electronics Letters, Vol. 40, No. 12, June 2004.
- A Hammoudeh, D Scammell, “Frequency Domain Characterisation of Indoor Wireless LAN Mobile Radio Channel Employing Frequency and Polarisation Diversity in the 63.4GHz-65.4GHz Band”, IEEE Transaction on Vehicular Technology, vol. 53, No. 4, July 2004.
- D Scammell, a Hammoudeh and M Sanchez, “Estimating Channel Performance for Time Invariant Channels”, Electronic Letters, vol. 40, No. 12, June 2004.
- A Hammoudeh, D Scammell and M Sanchez, “Measurements and Analysis of the Indoor Wideband Millietre Wave Wireless Radio Channel and Frequency Diversity Characterisation”, IEEE Transaction on Antennas and Propagation, vol. 51, no. 10, October 2003.
- A Hammoudeh, and D Scammell, “Effect of receive antenna directivity on RMS delay spread and coherence bandwidth for indoor millimetre wave mobile radio channels”, European Personal and Mobile Communication Conference, EPMCC’03, April 2002, Glasgow-UK.
- D Scammell and A Hammoudeh, “Measurements and Characterisation of RMS Delay Spread and Coherence Bandwidth in Indoor Radio Channels at Millimetre Waves”, IEEE PHFC, London-UK, September 2002
- David Scammell, Akram Hammoudeh and Manuel García Sánchez, “Characterisation of 62.4GHz radiowave propagation through a single tree using wideband measurements”“ 11th Int. Conf. Antennas and Propagation ICAP’11, April 2001.