mohd adib Sarijari

mohd adib Sarijari
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia | UTM · Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FKE)

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Introduction
TU Delft PHD candidate (2012 - present) UTM (Master in Electrical Engineering) UTM (Degree in Electric and Electronic Engineering)
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January 2012 - present
Delft University of Technology
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  • PhD Student

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Publications (42)
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Drones have attracted extensive attention for their environmental, civil, and military applications. Because of their low cost and flexibility in deployment, drones with communication capabilities are expected to play key important roles in Fifth Generation (5G), Sixth Generation (6G) mobile networks, and beyond. 6G and 5G are intended to be a full...
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Careful control of indoor wireless coverage is crucial to ensure better signal reception at user-end, mitigate interference to other adjacent wireless systems plus reduce possibility of signal reception by unintended users. Existing solutions are either costly or difficult to configure. This paper presents empirical IEEE802.11 indoor coverage and T...
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The river plays an important role in the source of water in Malaysia as it is a part of the water cycle while acting as a drainage channel for surface water. One of the major threats to its sustainability is water pollution. The conventional methods for monitoring the water quality in the river are manual and continuous monitoring that will be cost...
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Compression of images is of great interest in applications where efficiency with respect to data storage or transmission bandwidth is sought.The rapid growth of social media and digital networks have given rise to huge amount of image data being accessed and exchanged daily. However, the larger the image size, the longer it takes to transmit and ar...
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E-commerce has grown exponentially over the years. The growth has been characterized by strong consumer demands and the increasing number of various products available online. This in turn creates a logistical problem and a high demand for an efficient courier service to support the growing markets. It is very important for courier service provider...
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Smart cities and health monitoring are among the most prevailing vertical applications of 5G networks. A large portion of Internet of Things (IoT) devices resides within the vicinity of our homes, such as personal smartphones, wearable health monitors, smart light bulbs, smart locks, security cameras, smart air conditioners. The interconnection bet...
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During emergencies, a number of rescue teams come to the field and setup their own radio communication systems. If the deployed communication setup does not coordinate among themselves properly, they may interfere with each other when using the same RF channels known as co-channel interference. Spectrum sensing is the most important and complex job...
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Internet of Things (IoT) enables advance digital services by utilizing data acquisition and controlling device remotely across wireless network infrastructure. It is a primary catalyst for an increasing numbers of application in the fields of cyber-physical systems. In this project, an IoT based guard touring system is proposed. A traditional guard...
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This paper presents a Smart Home and Ambient Assisted Living (SHAAL) system that has been developed and tested in a real experimental home environment. SHAAL system is designed on wireless sensor network (WSN) linked to the cloud network on the Internet. The development of SHAAL is divided into two phases: The design of SHAAL network and the develo...
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The high-density population leads to crowded cities. The future city is envisaged to encompass a large-scale network with diverse applications and a massive number of interconnected heterogeneous wireless-enabled devices. Hence, green technology elements are crucial to design sustainable and future-proof network architectures. They are the solution...
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The growing number of wireless devices for in-house use is causing a more intense use of the spectrum to satisfy the required quality-of-service such as throughput. This has contributed to spectrum scarcity and interference problems particularly in home area networks (HAN). Cognitive radio (CR) has been recognized as one of the most important techn...
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Home area network (HAN) consists of several wireless technologies and appliances that normally operate in the ISM 2.4-GHz band. This spectrum sharing environment can introduce interference problems and prevent peaceful coexistence especially for low power radio devices. Therefore, it is significant that these radio devices are spectrum agile as to...
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A normal home environment consists of various wireless technologies, in particular WiFi and ZigBee, which usually operate in the ISM 2.4-GHz band. In addition, some of the home appliances (e.g., a microwave oven) may operate in this crowded ISM band. WiFi-based, ZigBee-based devices and home appliances operating at the same frequency and physical s...
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Smart Home and Ambient Assisted Living (SHAAL) systems utilize advanced and ubiquitous technologies including sensors and other devices that are integrated in the residential infrastructure or wearable, to capture data describing activities of daily living and health related events. However, with the introduction of these technology-orientated serv...
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In a home environment, a Smart Grid Home Area Network (SG-HAN) platform facilitates collection and delivery of power consumption information for load profiling and informed decisions on energy management. However, one of the main challenges in HAN is the overcrowded unlicensed 2.4-GHz ISM frequency band, occupied by several types of radio technolog...
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The current trend and demand of wireless services requires more efficient spectrum usage. With Cognitive Radio (CR) technology, spectrum efficiency will be increased by exploiting unused licensed or primary users spectrum. Spectrum sensing mechanism is one of the main cores in CR system. To combat the problems of shadowing, multipath fading, and hi...
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In enabling spectrum-aware communication protocol of cognitive radio (CR), spectrum sensing becomes the key technology for unlicensed or cognitive users (CUs) to exploit the unused spectrum of primary users (PUs) via opportunistic spectrum access (OSA). A longer sensing time will result in a higher detection probability and hence, a better protecti...
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The electric power grid has served us well for the past years. However, they are not designed to meet the demand of the future needs including the ever-rising energy demand, integration of the micro generation with the grid, reliability and security. Therefore, recently, an efficient electric energy system called the Smart Grid (SG) has been propos...
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In wireless sensor network (WSN), a collection of nodes interacts with each other to gather information from the surveillance area. Some of the applications that WSN are currently being used are habitat monitoring, health care system and building automation, to name a few. Wireless Biomedical Sensor Network (WBSN) allows capturing of physiological...
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Traditional static spectrum allocation policy has resulted in current day spectrum scarcity and inefficient spectrum utilization. Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA) technique allows cognitive (unlicensed) user (CU) to opportunistically transmit in a primary (licensed) user (PU) frequency band for a given time if it does not detect any ongoing operations...
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Cognitive Radio (CR) is a promising technology in wireless communication for an enhanced utilization of limited spectral resources. It allows unlicensed or cognitive users (CUs) to sense the spectral environment and access a channel exhibiting negligible activity of licensed or primary users (PUs). Hence, spectrum sensing is a crucial task for a CU...
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Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) consists of sensor nodes that interact with each other to collectively monitor environmental or physical conditions at different location for the intended user. One of its potential deployments is in the form of Wireless Biomedical Sensor Network (WBSN) to measure physiological signals. The WBSN applications would allo...
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Cognitive radio (CR) technology offers attractive solution to overcome spectrum scarcity problem and improve spectrum utilization. Opportunistic spectrum access concept adopted by a CR network allows unlicensed or cognitive users (CUs) to access a frequency band that is not in use by the licensed or primary users (PUs). In enabling such spectrum-aw...
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Cognitive radio (CR) technology allows a secondary or cognitive user (CU) to opportunistically access frequency band of a primary user (PU) when it is not in use. However, a CU needs to perform spectrum sensing periodically to avoid causing harmful interference and thereby protecting the quality of service of PUs. A conventional frame structure for...
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This Spectrum occupancy measurement in many countries shows sporadic and poorly utilized licensed radio spectrum due to the outdated exclusive spectrum access policy. Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA) technique allows cognitive (unlicensed) user (CU) to opportunistically transmit in a primary (licensed) user (PU) frequency band for a given time if it d...
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The thirst for spectrum usage is very demanding specifically due to the explosion of new wireless technologies and services. The current static spectrum allocation policy cannot support the need of this demand and it needs to be revised to allow spectrum to be accessed dynamically. Spectrum utilization can be significantly improved by adopting the...
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The explosion of new wireless communication technologies and services has led to the increase in spectrum demand. The fixed spectrum allocation approach has resulted in current day spectrum scarcity and poorly utilized licensed spectrum. In order to overcome these problems, a new concept of accessing the spectrum, defined as dynamic spectrum access...
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Cross layer design is considered as an attractive strategy to enable multimedia transmission over cognitive ultra wide band (C-UWB) system experiencing time-varying channel conditions and traffic characteristics. The close dependency among various parameters across protocol stacks need to be addressed to determine the optimum cross layer approach....
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A Software Defined Radio (SDR) is a radio which can tune to any frequency band, transmit and receive different modulations and different physical parameters across a large frequency spectrum by using a programmable hardware and powerful software. An SDR performs significant amounts of signal processing in a general purpose computer, or a reconfigur...
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Cognitive radio wireless networks are an emerging communication paradigm to effectively address spectrum scarcity challenge. Spectrum sensing plays a paramount role in cognitive radio, which is widely agreed to be the most promising method for alleviating the symptom of RF spectral scarcity. Dynamic access of unused spectrum via a cognitive radio a...
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Fast information retrieval is pivot of medical breakthrough to provide quality medical services. There were a number of attempts to develop clinical information system (CIS) which is reliable, affordable and accessible over the entire hospital and beyond. Today's home healthcare progression is becoming a predominant form of healthcare delivery. Alt...
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Sensor network, in the form of wireless biomedical sensor network (WBSN), composed of a number of biomedical sensor nodes and multihop networking capability that can be deployed for long term and continuous healthcare monitoring. Physiological signals (ECG, EEG etc) will be measured by the biosensors that provide alerts immediately when abnormaliti...
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Nowadays, smart home using wireless communication is replacing the wired system which was very messy and difficult to setup. However, the existing wireless smart home system only can cover up to a certain range of area that is limited by the range of wireless module being used. This paper introduces the conceptual understanding and strategy of ZigB...
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There are many researches and development involving the use of power line as data transmission medium. With multiple power outlets in almost every room in every house, the power line is the most pervasive network and the largest infrastructure available. The aim of this project is to deploy this infrastructure in designing a home automation system....
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Biometric technology is fast gaining popularity as means of security measures to reduce cases of fraud and theft due to its use of physical characteristics and traits for the identification of individuals. The earliest methods of biometric identification included fingerprint and handwriting while more recent ones include iris/eye scan, face scan, v...
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In wireless sensor networks (WSNs), sensors gather information about the physical world and base station makes appropriate decision upon the environment. This technology enables users to effectively sense and monitor from a distance. WSN are slated to become very popular in the near future. It allows video/audio streaming to be transferred between...
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Low voltage electrical wiring in homes has largely been dismissed as too noisy and unpredictable to support high speed communication signals. Power Line Communication (PLC) is a communication method where signals are carried across already existing power lines, rather than through other mediums such as optical fibers or radio waves. PLC has been a...
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The recent year has witnessed a significant surge of interest in sensing and monitoring in healthcare. The monitoring and acquisition of patients' physiological information are quite crucial for the further treatment. Many patients can benefit from continuous monitoring as a part of a diagnostic procedure, optimal maintenance of a chronic condition...
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Applying component-based software engineering (CBSE) to embedded realtime (ERT) systems poses significant challenges to industrial software processes due to the resource-constrained and real-time requirements of the systems. In this research, a framework for Component-Oriented Programming (COP) of ERT software has been developed to enable a systema...

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Software Defined Networking
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Introduction to IOT and IOT Awareness
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Enabling Cognitive radio capabilities in traditional Wireless Sensor Network