M.Tech, B-Tech

Keerthi S. Mohan currently serves as Research Associate at the Amrita Center for Wireless Networks & Applications (Amrita WNA), Amritapuri. She pursued her MTECH in Wireless Networks and Applications from Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham. Her areas of interest include Wireless Communication, Wireless Sensor Networks, Wireless Health care Systems, etc.


  • M. Tech.: Wireless Networks and Applications from Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham in 2014
  • B. Tech.: Electronics and Communication Engineering from P. A. Aziz College of Engineering (Kerala University) in 2012


  1. October 2012 - Present : Wireless Health Care System 
    • Involved in the development of a Wireless Patient Monitoring system that monitors multiple vital parameters
    • Sensor development, circuit design, embedded programming, algorithm development, calibration etc
  2. December 2012 – August 2014 : Remote Triggered Wireless Sensor Networks Laboratory 
    • Worked on the system architecture of the system and the development & implementation of wireless sensor network (WSN)


  • Teaching Assistant, Fundamentals of Wireless Communication (S1 MTech)
  • Research Learning and Problem Formulation

Awards and Achievements

  • Won AMRITA-TBI Innovation award for the project “Design & Implementation of Wireless Targeted Drug Delivery System


Publication Type: Conference Paper

Year of Publication Title


Dr. Maneesha V. Ramesh, Mohan, K. S., and Nadarajan, D., “An In-Body Wireless Communication System for Targeted Drug Delivery: Design and Simulation”, in 2014 International Symposium on Technology Management and Emerging Technologies, Indonesia, 2014.[Abstract]

Statistics show that the figure of new cancer cases and deaths reported each year are increasing considerably. The current situation demands an efficient targeted drug delivery system that enables localized drug administration which can be externally controlled. This paper proposes a remotely triggered targeted drug delivery system that is capable of providing drugs to multiple patients in a periodic basis and works according to the instructions transmitted from the external transmitter module. We present the characteristics and challenges in the propagation of Radio Frequency (RF) signals through different body tissues from the perspective of targeted drug delivery system so that the analysis can lead to the selection of optimum frequency needed for in-body communication. This paper focuses on the design of an implantable drug delivery system, based on the optimum frequency obtained from the simulation results.

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