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)
This paper is concerned with the performance of diffusion-based molecular communication when both the transmitter and receiver are molecular circuit based or chemical reaction based. On the transmitter side, we use Reaction Shift Keying (RSK) which is a recently proposed modulation scheme. RSK uses different chemical reactions to generate different emission(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)
In this paper, the design of dispersion compensated DWDM system using Hybrid Amplifier is presented. The evolution of fiber-optic systems in communication bears the properties of enhanced bandwidth, enormous capacity and robustness. However from the practical point of view, the vast benefits of DWDM system cannot be fully utilized. The main performance(More)
  • Hamdan Awan
  • 2016 Australian Communications Theory Workshop…
  • 2016
In this paper we consider a diffusion based molecular communication network. The information is encoded in the concentration of the signalling molecules at the transmitter end. At receiver end these signalling molecules react with a set of chemical reactions referred as a receiver molecular circuit to produce output molecules. In this work we employ a(More)
This paper considers the capacity of a diffusion-based molecular communication link assuming the receiver uses chemical reactions. The key contribution is we show that enzymatic reaction cycles, which is a class of chemical reactions commonly found in cells consisting of a forward and a backward enzymatic reaction, can improve the capacity of the(More)
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