Srikanth obtained his B.E., degree from College of Engineering, Anna University, Chennai, and M. A.Sc, and Ph. D. degrees from University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. He is currently the Chief Knowledge Officer for Nanocell Networks Pvt. Ltd. and also consults for various companies.
Srikanth began his career as a research associate at the University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada working in the area of DSL and CDMA Systems. After his Ph. D., he joined Harris Corporation and worked on baseband algorithms for various wireless standards including IS-136 and 1S-95 systems.
He then joined the KBC Research Foundation/AU-KBC Research Centre and he has focused on OFDM systems for powerline and wireless applications. From 2004-2007 he was awarded a Young Scientist Fellowship by the Government of India to work on technologies related to upgrades on 802.11 and 802.16 standards. He has been following 802.11 and 4G/5G standards and delivers several courses to corporate clients in this area.
He has consulted on various areas of OFDM systems and has also been involved in the setting up of a test lab for 802.11. He is also involved with the organization of Wi-Fi and 5G knowledge summits to help develop a community for exchange of technical information in these areas.