Abdelelah M. Alzahed

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In this paper, it's shown on how to estimate and minimize the error caused by internal or external electromagnetic interferences in array processing in the vicinity of scatterers. Using a uniform linear array with a uniform separation, a transformation matrix is used to overcome this problem. First, an electromagnetic model is used to describe the antenna(More)
The present paper introduces a new formulation of electromagnetic stored energy based on a simple operational definition of the energy stored in the fields of radiating structures. The new definition is in harmony with the accepted understanding of energy in physics as the latent capacity to perform work. The proposed approach rejects the conventional(More)
We propose the concept of electromagnetic intelligent agents (EM-IA) as a general framework for a new generation of antenna systems concurrently employing electromagnetics, communication theory, and artificial intelligence within one integrated platform. The proposed strategy emphasizes certain machine learning aspects that can be gleaned from(More)
In this paper, we introduce a unique representation of patch antennas surface currents using the antenna current Green's function (ACGF) combined with the singularity expansion method (SEM). The spectral response of the antenna is generated by relating the ACGF to SEM. The main objective here is a development of a combination technique of these two methods(More)
We develop a new inverse scattering algorithm suitable for radar applications, especially target identification. The algorithm is a machine learning technique where the echo received from a target or antenna is analyzed into a set of characteristic singularities that can reveal important information about the target. The algorithm is suitable for(More)
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