Abdullah Al-Dhelaan

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—A constantly available control channel facilitates control message exchange and spectrum coordination in cognitive radio (CR) ad hoc networks. When a dedicated control channel is unavailable, a control channel must be dynamically allocated in licensed channels and vacated for the presence of primary users (PUs). As a result, the establishment of such a(More)
Keywords: Underground pipelines Leakage detection and localization Wireless sensor networks Magnetic induction (MI) communications a b s t r a c t Underground pipelines constitute one of the most important ways to transport large amounts of fluid (e.g. oil and water) through long distances. However, existing leakage detection techniques do not work well in(More)
The conventional border patrol systems suffer from intensive human involvement. Recently, unmanned border patrol systems employ high-tech devices, such as unmanned aerial vehicles, unattended ground sensors, and surveillance towers equipped with camera sensors. However, any single technique encounters inextricable problems, such as high false alarm rate and(More)
In this paper, we investigate the problem of achieving proportional fairness via access point (AP) association in multirate WLANs. This problem is formulated as a nonlinear programming with an objective function of maximizing the total user bandwidth utilities in the whole network. Such a formulation jointly considers fairness and AP selection. We first(More)
—We investigate the dynamic connectivity of cognitive radio ad-hoc networks (secondary networks) coexisting with licensed networks (primary networks) that experience time-varying on-off links. It is shown that there exists a critical density λ * s such that if the density of secondary networks is larger than λ * s , the secondary network percolates at all(More)
This paper investigates the dynamic connec-tivity and transmission latency of cognitive radio ad-hoc networks (secondary networks) coexisting with licensed networks (primary networks) that experience time-varying on-off links. It is shown that there exists a critical density k s * such that if the density of secondary networks is larger than k s * , the(More)