Dr. A. J. Paulra
Paulraj is an Emeritus Professor at Stanford University. After 25 years’ service in Indian Navy, where he developed ASW Sonar Technology and founded three National Labs, Paulraj joined Stanford University in 1991. He Is the invented the MIMO (Multiple Input Multiple Output) concept in 1992 which is the key to today’s 4G cellular and WiFi wireless networks.
Paulraj’s recognitions include the 2018 USPTO National Inventors Hall of Fame, 2014 Marconi Prize and the 2011 IEEE Alexander Graham Bell medal. He is a member of eight National Academies in Eng. and Sciences including those of USA, PR China, India and Sweden