Ehab Salahat

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Computer Science - Information Theory (8)
 
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Computer Science - Distributed; Parallel; and Cluster Computing (1)
 
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Wireless communications literature is very rich with empirical studies and measurement campaigns that study the nature of the wireless propagation channel. However, despite their undoubted usefulness, many of these studies have omitted a fundamental yet key feature of the physical signal propagation, that is, wireless propagation asymmetry. This feature does not agree with the electromagnetic reciprocity theorem, and the many research papers that adopt wireless channel symmetry, and hence rendering their modeling, unexpectedly, inaccurate. Read More

Asymmetry is unquestionably an important characteristic of the wireless propagation channel, which needs to be accurately modeled for wireless and mobile communications, 5G networks, and associated applications such as indoor/outdoor localization. This paper reports on the potential causes of propagation asymmetry. Practical channel measurements at Khalifa University premises proved that wireless channels are asymmetric in realistic scenarios. Read More

Computer vision is one of the most active research fields in information technology today. Giving machines and robots the ability to see and comprehend the surrounding world at the speed of sight creates endless potential applications and opportunities. Feature detection and description algorithms can be indeed considered as the retina of the eyes of such machines and robots. Read More

This paper presents a new fast switching hybrid frequency synthesizer with wide locking range. The hybrid synthesizer is based on the tanlock loop with no delay block (NDTL) and is capable of integer as well as fractional frequency division. The system maintains the in-lock state following the division process using an efficient adaptation mechanism. Read More

Chaotic Communications have drawn a great deal of attention to the wireless communication industry and research due to its limitless meritorious features, including excellent anti-fading and anti-intercept capabilities and jamming resistance exempli gratia. Differential Chaos Shift Keying (DCSK) is of particular interest due to its low-complexity and low-power and many attractive properties. However, most of the DCSK studies reported in the literature considered the additive white Gaussian noise environment in non-cooperative scenarios. Read More

This paper presents a novel unified performance analysis of Space-Time Block Codes (STBCs) operating in the Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) network and subjected to generalized shadowed fading and noise scenarios. Specifically, we derive novel, simple and accurate average bit error rates (ABER) expressions for coherent modulation schemes in the generalized {\eta}-{\mu} and shadowed {\kappa}-{\mu} fading channels. The noise in the network is assumed to be modeled by the additive white generalized Gaussian noise (AWGGN), which encompasses the Laplacian and the Gaussian noise environments as special cases. Read More

In this paper, a novel unified analytical expression for average bit error rates (ABER) and average channel capacity (ACC) is presented for the ${\kappa}-{\mu}$ shadowed fading model. This new shadowed fading model has shown to be suitable for underwater wireless channel modeling for the measurements conducted by the Naval Research Laboratory, and is not so well covered in the public literature. Deploying the Maximal Ratio Combining (MRC) receiver, a new simple analytical expression for the probability density function (PDF) of the receiver output signal to noise ratio is presented. Read More

In this paper, new exact and approximate moment generating functions (MGF) expression for generalized fading models are derived. Specifically, we consider the ${\eta}-{\lambda}-{\mu}$, ${\alpha}-{\mu}$, ${\alpha}-{\eta}-{\mu}$, ${\alpha}-{\lambda}-{\mu}$, ${\alpha}-{\kappa}-{\mu}$, and ${\alpha}-{\lambda}-{\eta}-{\mu}$ generalized fading distributions to derive approximate MGF expressions. The new expressions are very accurate and, in contrast to earlier results in the literature, avoid any complicated special functions, e. Read More

In this paper we introduce a novel performance analysis of the ${\eta}$-${\mu}$ generalized radio fading channels with integer value of the ${\mu}$ fading parameter, i.e. with even number of multipath clusters. Read More