Hamdan Awan

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Reaction shift keying (RSK) is a recently proposed modulation scheme for diffusion-based molecular communication networks. For RSK, the transmitter uses different chemical reactions to generate different emission patterns to represent different symbols. The receiver front end consists of a molecular circuit and the back end uses a bank of demodulation(More)
In this work we consider a molecular communication system based on free diffusion of molecules from transmitter to receiver. These molecules act as message carriers with information encoded in either the concentration or number of molecules. These molecules propagate through the medium to reach the receiver, where they react with a receiver molecular(More)
This paper considers a diffusion-based molecular communication system where the transmitter uses Reaction Shift Keying (RSK) as the modulation scheme. We focus on the demodulation of RSK signal at the receiver. The receiver consists of a front-end molecular circuit and a back-end demodulator. The front-end molecular circuit is a set of chemical reactions(More)
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