Amalinda J. Gamage
PhD student

Wireless And Networked Distributed Sensing (WANDS)
Singapore 🇸🇬

amalinda @
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I am fortunate to be a PhD student attached to the Wireless And Networked Distributed Sensing (WANDS) research group advised by Professor. Mo Li. Formerly, I was a Visiting Lecturer at UoVT and an Assistant Lecturer at SLIIT. I'm a also full member of The Institution of Engineers, Singapore (IES).


Central to my interests is Wireless Communication. More specifically, the physical layer work that leverage low power Software Defined Radios to enhance co-existance & fairness of LPWANs. My current work is focused on bringing improvements to LoRa— a low-power LOng RAnge communication protocol for the Internet of Things. In addition, my interests also span across several closely related fields. These include unconventional trancievers that employ programmable logic to do interesting things.


LMAC: Efficient Carrier-Sense Multiple Access for LoRa,
ACM MobiCom, London, United Kingdom, September, 2020,
Amalinda Gamage, Jansen Christian Liando, Chaojie Gu, Rui Tan and Mo Li
[paper] [video] [LoRaWAN with CSMA]

Known and Unkown Facts of LoRa: Experiences from a Large Scale Measurement Study,
ACM TOSN, 2019
Jansen C. Liando, Amalinda Gamage, Agustinus W. Tengourtius and Li Mo.

Design of a Kinetic Energy Harvester for Elephant Mounted Wireless Sensor Nodes of JumboNet,
IEEE GLOBECOM, Washington, DC, USA, December, 2016,
Malitha Wijesundara, Cristiano Tapparello, Amalinda Gamage, Yadhavan Gokulan, Logan Gittelson, Thomas Howard, Wendi Heinzelman