Bradley graduated from Loughborough university in 2019 with a BEng in Electronic and Electrical Engineering. He then completed an MSc in Communications and Signal processing at Imperial College London.
Following this, he remained with the C & SP group at Imperial College and worked as a Research Assistant on a joint industry and MoD project to implement MIMO Radar signal processing techniques to detect and localise UAV swarms.
- Development of novel materials to improve communications links
- Array processing for mmWave communications
- Integration of radar with traditional communications links
Stimuli-Responsive Materials for Reconfigurable Arrays - use of stimuli-responsive materials, such as liquid crystals and electro-active polymers and gels, in reconfigurable array designs: the inherently reconfigurable nature of these materials makes them attractive candidates for use in arrays employed in communication and sensing applications at frequencies over 10 GHz.