Advanced Network Research Group (ANRG)

Organisation profile

Organisation profile


Wireless communication is one of the most important and critical part of our daily lives. In a modern living society, we want to be connected everywhere, anywhere and anytime which is only possible if we have reliable and efficient wireless communication networks available. With the invention of new wireless communication technologies such as 6G, 5G, Massive MIMO, Internet of Things (IoT), Smart Cities, Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks (VANETs) and many more, the role of wireless communication has even increased more for the society.

The Advanced Network Research Group (ANRG) is the hub of wireless communication networks related research at Charles Sturt University. The research members of the ANRG conduct research in pure as well as applied research related to modern wireless communication systems and related areas.

ANRG Physical Location: Room 201, Building 11, Wagga Wagga Campus

Group Contact: Dr M Arif Khan, Email:; Ph: 02 693 34711

The aims of the Advanced Network Research Group are as follows:

  • to conduct original cutting edge research in wireless communication networks and the related disciplines;
  • to increase the academic and industry research collaboration to solve real life problems;
  • to extend the ANRG research outputs for the benefit of regional communities;
  • to provide high quality cutting edge wireless communication networks training and education to undergraduate, Honours, PhD and DIT students at Charles Sturt University.


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