M. Mostafizur Rahman

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Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) consists of a set of protocols that allow consumer electronic (CE) devices to discover, connect and access one another when they are on the same sub-network. However, UPnP does not provide support for device mobility in which devices are allowed to move from one IP networking domain to another without affecting their ability(More)
Motor movement is controlled by the brain through transmitting electrochemical signals to the muscle fibers that cause the contraction of the muscles. A motoneuron carrying the impulse creates a synapse with the muscle fiber which is known as Neuromuscular Junction (NMJ). The muscle infolds taking part in the synapse contains large amount of sodium(More)
In an Optical WDM network, link/path failure may occur in a very normal way which may cause a great amount of data loss if the link is not restored to reroute the affected traffic accurately and quickly using the redundancy the network. Wavelength Division Multiplexed (WDM) networks, employing wavelength routing have emerged as the dominant technology to(More)
The rapid growth in availability of new biomedical systems and devices capable of acquiring biosignals for disease diagnosis and health monitoring require rigorous processing. Biomedical research by nature depends on integrated problem solving software environment and often involves people located at different geographical positions. The reusability of(More)
Neuromuscular Junction (NMJ) is the place where the neuron meets with muscle fiber crating a synapse to propagate the electrochemical signals. The infolds of the endplate of muscle fiber play a vital role containing a huge number of sodium channels in contraction of NMJ transmission mechanism. We have studied here the entanglement of sodium channel(More)
The neuromuscular junction (NMJ) is the place where the axon terminal of motoneuron connects the 'endplate' of a muscle fiber. During this transduction a large depolarization (endplate potential) caused by the nerve impulse opens a large number of voltage-sensitive sodium channels at the post-junctional terminal. As a result, action potentials are generated(More)
The neuromuscular junction (NMJ) is the synapse between the axon terminal of motoneuron and the ‘endplate’ of a muscle fiber. The nerve impulse leads to a large depolarization called the endplate potential, which in turn opens a large number of voltage-sensitive sodium channels located within post-junctional synaptic folds. This set off(More)
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