Daniel Michael Okwabi Adjin
Postal Address: GTUC PMB 100, Accra North – Ghana
E-mail Address:- Daniel.Adjin@vodafone.com OR email@example.com
Office - ++ 00 233 21 299 663 Fax: ++ 00 233 21 223531
Mobile - ++ 00 233 20 200 1290 Residence: ++ 00 233 21 407741
ACADEMICAL QUALIFICATION: Masters in Telecommunications Engineering.
- Head of Department Telecom Engineering – GTUC
- Full Time Lecturer – GTUC
RESEACH EXPERIENCE :
I undertook research activity when I was writing my Masters Thesis on the theme: “Multichannel Satellite Communications Systems for Ghana”.
My Research Interest is in the field of “Wireless Communications Technology”, with emphasis on “Vehicular Communication Networks – Wireless Ad-hoc Networks”.
Vehicular Communication Systems are emerging and edge-cutting type of wireless communications networks in which vehicles and roadside units (transmitters) are the communicating nodes; providing each other with information, such as safety warnings and traffic information. As a mutual or cooperative approach, vehicular communication systems can be more effective in avoiding accidents and traffic congestions than if each vehicle tries to solve these problems individually.
Some immediate applications of vehicular communication networks include: Warnings on entering intersections and highways, Warnings on departing the highways, Obstacle discoveries, Sudden halts warnings, Reporting accidents, Lane change warnings, etc.
Vehicular Communication Networks are attracting attention as they are envisioned to be a part of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) worldwide. By enabling vehicles to communicate with each other via Inter-Vehicle Communication (IVC) devices as well as with roadside base stations via Roadside-to-Vehicle Communication (RVC) devices, vehicular networks will contribute to safer and more efficient and reliable roads by providing timely information to drivers and concerned authorities.