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Name Engr. Sadaf Talha
Designation Lecturer
Department Telecommunication Engineering (Taxila)
Highest Qualification MS Electrical Engineering
Specialization Telecom and Networks
Phone No 051-9047942
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Email [email protected]
  • MS Electrical Engineering(Evening)                                                           

Specialization Telecommunication and Networks                                  

National University of Sciences and Technology

  • B.Sc. Telecommunication Engineering

University of Engineering and Technology, Taxila                                        

  • HSSC

Federal Government College for Women, F-7/2                                            

  • SSC

Islamabad College for Girls, F-6/2                                                                 

Telecom & Networks

Conference Papers:

Sadaf Talha, Rizwan Ahmad, Adnan Khalid and Muhammad Mahtab Alam, "Network Coding for Energy Efficient Transmission in Wireless Body Area Networks", Proceedings of the The 7th International Conference on Current and Future Trends of Information and Communication Technologies in Healthcare (ICTH 2017), pp. , Sep, 2017, Sweden.

Sadaf Talha, Rizwan Ahmad and Adnan kiani, "Priority Based Energy Aware (PEA) Routing Protocol for WBANs", Proceedings of the IEEE VTC 2015-Fall, 2015, Boston United States.

Final year Project:

Wireless Coverage Planner and Site Survey Software


Research Topic in Masters:

Performance Evaluation of Cooperative Wireless Body Area Networks

Lab Engineer in UET Taxila                                      31st jan, 2017 till date

Assistant Manager in PTCL (NOC)                           15th Jan 2014 to 30th Jan, 2017

Engineer in PTCL (NOC)                                          16th Nov 2012 to 30th Nov 2013




Conducted labs of following courses

  • Introduction to Computing
  • RF & Microwave Engineering
  • Antenna & Wave propagation

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