Mohammad R Kadhum

Mohammad R Kadhum
The University of Northampton | UN · Computer Networks Engineering

PhD Telecommunications Engineering

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Introduction
Dr Mohammad R Kadhum has a PhD in Telecommunications Engineering (physical layer of wireless & optical waveform) from the University of Northampton, UK. Currently, he is working on improving transmission speed, coverage area, and reliability for future wireless Networks (5G & beyond). He also works as a lecturer in the Engineering departments and serves as a chair of the IEEE branch at the University of Northampton. He has about 10 years of experience in writing and publishing papers.
Additional affiliations
January 2014 - December 2016
Bangor University
Position
  • Researcher
Description
  • Develop the physical and MAC layers of Wireless and Optical networks employing the Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiplexing (OFDM) and the Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiple Access (OFDMA).

Publications

Publications (19)
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In this paper, a new multi-carrier candidate waveform for the future generation of mobile (5G) is introduced, explored and evaluated. The newly developed design of the Orthogonal Generalized Frequency division multiplexing (OGFDM) can improve the performance in terms of the channel capacity and Bit Error Rate (BER) for the wireless transmission of...
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The Orthogonal Generalized Frequency Division Multiplexing (OGFDM) with Intra-Channel Interference Avoidance (ICIA) approach is, for the first time, proposed, explored and evaluated. Since the interference manipulation currently represents a hot topic for wireless mobile communication, the conventional approach of mitigating the interference is no...
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A new Dynamic Bit Loading (DBL) scheme with the Orthogonal Generalized Frequency Division Multiplexing (OGFDM) is, for the first time, proposed, discussed and assessed. The key concept of this hybrid modulation format depends substantially on the adaptive distribution of the bit stream to be more compatible with the gained capacity of the realistic...
Thesis
This thesis focuses on introducing a novel technique of the transmission waveform termed as orthogonal generalized frequency division multiplexing (OGFDM) for increasing the wireless channel capacity without the need for extra bandwidth (BW) size or power consumption. The new wireless waveform (OGFDM) tends to obtain a better BW efficiency which in...
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On the brink of sophisticated generations of mobile starting with the fifth-generation (5G) and moving on to the future mobile technologies, the necessity for developing the wireless telecommunications waveform is extremely required. The main reason beyond this is to support the future digital lifestyle that tends principally to maximize wireless c...
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In this paper, a higher modulation format with a heterogeneous mobile network (small cells, Macrocells) is proposed, explored and evaluated at a wireless transmission system. As such, study the effect of utilising developed schemes of modulation like the 256 Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM) on the modulation/de-modulation level of the currentl...
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In this paper, the higher modulation formats (128 and 256) Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM), for modulation/demodulation the digital signal of the currently used Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) system, is proposed, explored and evaluated at a wireless transmission system. The proposed modulation schemes are utilized to study...
Conference Paper
A novel physical layer (PHY) transmission technique for increasing the channel capacity of single carrier transmission, termed as Orthogonal Generalized Frequency Division Multiplexing (OGFDM), has been proposed, investigated and evaluated in this paper. A combination of the Digital Hilbert Filter (DHF) with Generalized Frequency Division Multiplex...
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the aims of this study is to analyze staff scheduling in the Hotel X in Kuwait, as well as, reducing waiting time in queue and developing effective customer service through finding the optimal employees schedule without hiring new staff. The study will be approached by building a simulation model using Arena in order to optimize employees schedulin...
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Utilizing Hilbert-pair-based digital filtering, intensity modulation, and passive optical coupling, digital signal processing (DSP) enabled flexible reconfigurable optical add/drop multiplexers (ROADMs) are reported, which are free from optical filters and optical-electrical-optical (O-E-O) conversions and offer excellent flexibility, colorlessness...
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The new design of multilevel feedback queue (MLFQ) will depend on usage new technique in computing the quantum to produce an Auto Detect Quantum (ADQ) which is relied on the burst of each process has enrolled to the system. By summating the burst time of each process has arrived and divided it by the number of available processes, we can obtain the...
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The Robotic Remote Laboratory (RRL) controls the Robot labs via the Internet and applies the Robot experiment in easy and advanced way. If we want to enhance the RRL system, we must study requirements of the Robot experiment deeply. One of key requirements of the Robot experiment is the Control algorithm, which includes all important activities to...

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Projects (7)
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Introduce a novel technique of the transmission waveform for increasing the wireless channel capacity without the need for extra bandwidth (BW) size or power consumption.
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Present the evolution stages of the future mobile waveform 'orthogonal generalized frequency division multiplexing' (OGFDM) in a single input single output (SISO) transceiver system.
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On the brink of sophisticated generations of mobile starting with the fifth-generation (5G) and moving on to the future mobile technologies, the necessity for developing the wireless telecommunications waveform is extremely required. The main reason beyond this is to support the future digital lifestyle that tends principally to maximize wireless channel capacity and number of connected users in the future smart city.