Engr. Kemdirim Cosmas Agubor

Senior Lecturer

B.Eng (Electrical and ElectronicEngineering- Communication Engineering Technology), M.Eng (Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering), PhD (Communication Engineering Technology)


Cosmas K. Agubor is from Owerri in Imo State, Nigeria. He had his B.Eng degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the Federal University of Technology Owerri (FUTO) in 1991 and later M.Eng degree in Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering from the University of PortHarcourt (UNIPORT) Rivers State, Nigeria in 2005. In 2015, he obtained his PhD in Communication Engineering Technology from FUTO. He worked as a Telecommunication Engineer in the Nigerian Telecommunications Limited (NITEL) from 1992 – 2008 in the Long Distance Communication (LDC) where he rose to the rank of Assistant Manager. He is experienced in RF and Optic Fiber systems. He is now a Senior Lecturer with FUTO in the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. He has several published articles including “A Study of the Radiation Characteristics of a Circular Loop Antenna Using Genetic Algorithm Technique,” and “A Comprehensive Review on the Feasibility and Challenges of Millimeter Wave in Emerging 5G Mobile Communication.”

Engr Dr C.K. Agubor is a member of the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE) and the Council for the Regulation of Engineering Practice in Nigeria (COREN).

Academic Qualification

  • B.Eng,  –  1991
  • M.Eng  –  2005
  • PhD  –  2015


Best Oral Presentation Certificate, an award for outstanding paper presentation at the 1stinternational Conference on Mechatronics Automation and Cyber-physical computer system.




Industrial Experience: Radio and Multiplex Equipment maintenance, System installation-Digital Radio(16×2 Mb/s), Provision of data interconnectivity links – 64kb/s, 2Mb/s and 34Mb/s,Operations and Maintenance of SMA and SDH equipment, Optic fiber cable (surface and submarine) route planning and implementation.

Teaching Experience: Lecturing undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, research projects supervision at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

Research Interest

Mobile wireless communication and antenna systems.


  1. A study of the Propagation Characteristics of a 13 Element Yagi-Uda Antenna
  2. A Practical Guide to Site Selection for Communication Antennas and their Support Structures in Nigeria
  3. A Review of Diversity Techniques for Wireless Communication Systems
  4. The Design and Construction of a Shadow Activated Switching System for Car Park Control
  5. Comparative Analysis of Multiple and Single Antenna Applications in Mobile Wireless Communication
  6. Performance Evaluation of Multiple Antenna Systems with Diversity Techniques Using BER Analysis.
  7. Performance Improvement of a Direction Finding System Antenna Using Method of Moment (MOM)
  8. Design and Implementation of a Simple HMC6352 2-Axis-MR Digital Compass
  9. Efficient Sideband Noise Cancellation for Co-located Networks Using ANCT
  10. Techniques in Performance Improvement of  Mobile Wireless Communication Systems – A Review.
  11. A Study of the Radiation Characteristics of a Circular Loop Antenna Using Genetic Algorithm Technique.
  12. Security Challenges to Telecommunication Networks: An Overview of Threats and Preventive Strategies.
  13. A Survey on the Availability of TV White Spaces in Eastern Nigeria (FUT Owerri, As Case Study).
  14. Optimal Design and Fabrication of a Wideband Antenna for Terrestrial DTV Reception.
  15. Network Performance and Quality of Service Evaluation of GSM Providers in Nigeria: A Case Study of Lagos State.
  16. Petroleum Distillation Column Electronic Internal Temperature Controller.
  17. Autoregressive Modeling of Mobile Radio Channel in LTE Network, A Case Study of Ibadan City, Nigeria.
  18. Performance Evaluation of Major Mobile Network Operators in Owerri Metropolis of Nigeria.
  19. Derivation of Standard Array Factor for Log-Periodic Circular-Loop Antennas Using Magnetic Vector Potential Approach.
  20. A Comprehensive Review on the Feasibility and Challenges of Millimeter Wave in Emerging 5G Mobile Communication.