Nagaraj Channarayapatna Shivaramaiah obtained his Bachelor's degree in Electronics and Communication engineering from the University of Mysore, India in 1997 and Master's degree in Electronics Design and Technology from the Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India in 2004. He recently submitted his PhD thesis and is currently a Senior Researcher, both within the GNSS receiver design group in the School of Surveying and Spatial Information Systems at the University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia. His recent research activities cover multi-GNSS and spread spectrum receiver design, signal processing for navigation, hybrid positioning systems, reconfigurable hardware design, software defined radios and embedded processor based system design. Prior to joining UNSW, he worked at Freescale Semiconductors, Bangalore as a Connectivity Architect in the Wireless Mobile Systems and Cellular products group where he focused on WLAN, DVB-H, Bluetooth and A-GNSS connectivity framework for mobile phone chipsets. Prior to that he worked at Accord Software and Systems, Bangalore, as a Senior Project Leader where he was involved, for over eight years, in various GNSS related activities such as end-to-end GNSS receiver software design, GNSS baseband FPGA/ASIC design, and GPS and GSM integration for Automotive applications. He also worked as a television R&D engineer for a short period of time after completing his bachelor's degree. Some of the journals for which he recently contributed as a reviewer include IEEE Trans. Wireless Comm., IEEE Trans. Vehicular Tech., IET Radar Sonar & Navigation, Electronic Letters, GPS Solutions and ETRI journal. He is currently a member of the IEEE and Aerospace & Electronics Society, U.S. Institute of Navigation, and a licensed amateur radio operator.