Innovative Antenna System Patent Propels KL Deemed to be University into Medical Tech Frontier

New Delhi : KL Deemed to be University is proud to announce that its faculty Dr. Ketavath Kumar Naik, a distinguished professor in the Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE), has been granted a patent by the Government of India, Patent Office. This prestigious recognition highlights his innovative contributions to the field of biomedical engineering.

The patent, titled “Patch Antenna System for Implantable Biomedical Applications,” is an invention that showcases our commitment to advancing medical technology. This invention is set to make significant strides in improving biomedical applications through its innovative design and functionality.

This invention addresses the critical need for reliable and efficient implantable antenna systems, which are integral to various biomedical devices. The patented patch antenna system is designed to enhance the performance and reliability of these devices, ensuring better patient outcomes and advancing the field of medical technology at implantable medical devices (IMDs) that sense one or more physiological parameters of a patient.

“This patent award to our faculty is a shining example of the innovative spirit that drives our university. It also reflects our commitment to excellence in research and the development of technologies that make a significant impact on society. We are extremely proud of their achievements and the inspiration it provides to our entire academic community. This prevailing culture of research and development encourages faculty and students to push the boundaries of knowledge and technology,” said Dr. G. Pardha Saradhi Varma, Vice Chancellor of KL Deemed to be University.

The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE) at KL Deemed to be University holds many accolades and embodies academic brilliance and innovation. The department offers a holistic curriculum that blends theoretical insights with practical exposure. With an emphasis on emerging technologies, students can explore specialization in areas like Embedded Systems & IOT, VLSI, Robotics & Automation, Intelligent Multi Media Processing, RF & Microwave, Data Communications, Computer Communication & 5G Technologies, Bio-Medical Instrumentation and more. The department was also recently selected for the prestigious “100 5G Use Case Labs” initiative designed for academic institutions across Indi by the Department of Telecommunications (DoT), India.