Mohammad Alamgir Hossain

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A significant numbers of 'mad cow' disease outbreaks around the globe as well as the recent food safety concerns in Japan, Europe, and Korea increase the necessity of a lifetime traceable information system of animals. Ideally, this system would generate a lifetime history of the potentially affected animals and simultaneously allow unaffected livestock(More)
Cognitive radio is a novel technology that can potentially improve the utilization efficiency of the radio spectrum. Spectrum sensing is the key component of cognitive radio technology. However, detection is compromised when a user experiences shadowing or fading effects. In such cases, user cannot distinguish between an unused band and a deep fade. Thus,(More)
— Spectrum sensing is a challenging task for cognitive radio. Energy detection is one of the popular spectrum sensing technique for cognitive radio. In this paper we analyze the performance of energy detection technique to detect primary user (PU). Simulation results show that the probability of detection increases significantly when signal to noise ratio(More)
Many countries, like Australia, have introduced a radio frequency identification (RFID) based livestock identification and management system,which can be used for condition monitoring and fault prognosis during an outbreak situation. This paper examines the adoption process and its subsequent diffusion and extended usage of RFID in Australian livestock(More)
BACKGROUND Canine GM1 gangliosidosis is a fatal disease in the Shiba Inu breed, which is one of the most popular traditional breeds in Japan and is maintained as a standard breed in many countries. Therefore, it is important to control and reduce the prevalence of GM1 gangliosidosis for maintaining the quality of this breed and to ensure supply of healthy(More)