Wahab Almuhtadi

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With the increasing demand for the access to the Internet, only 972.83 million people of world total of 6,420.10 billion have access to the Internet. This wireless research paper focused in designing and deploying a Wi-Fi network that delivers a free Internet access to people living in remote villages and other "inaccessible" areas around the world. A(More)
Mesh connectivity is part of the 802.11 wireless standards, and many commercial and community wireless networks use meshing as part of their internetwork backhaul. Typically, these networks use L2 or L3 meshing mechanisms to route user traffic along a unique path out of the mesh. Their designs are driven by coverage and wireless capacity concerns, with(More)
It has always been a technical challenge for operations service team to expand wireless network reception inside reactor buildings (RB) and their service wings (SW). This is driven by the volume of metal equipment inside the Reactor Buildings (RB) that blocks and somehow shields the signal throughout the link.
This paper addresses the important performance issues that arises when multimedia traffic is carried over WiMAX systems. In future, WiMAX will be used in conjunction with other wireless systems to bring a variety of multimedia services. This paper presents the results of application testing using commercially available WiMAX products. The main focus is to(More)
For intelligent satellite system (ISS) to accomplish its missions, it has to adjust dynamically its operation according to future signal to noise ratio (SNR) value which can be estimated by using autoregressive integrated moving average (ARIMA) models. The ARIMA module takes the forecasted signal attenuation and real-time SNR values as the inputs and(More)
Commercial community wireless networks usually rely on wireless donors to give away Internet access while at home in exchange for access while they are mobile. The donors who make up the network get nothing immediate in return for providing Internet access. In this paper, we explore automatic configuration for a model of community networks in which donors(More)
WiMAX technology provides a Quality of Service (QoS) system that allows system operators to configure a network to provide maximum performance compared to conventional Best Effort (BE) systems. In this paper, we address the increase in number of data rich mobile devices and the performance issues associated with Video On Demand (VOD) multimedia traffic over(More)
This paper is the outcome of the research project that has been carried out at Algonquin College, Ottawa, Canada to examine, test, develop and design a range of solutions of WiFi WLAN broadband networks (802.11b/g) using off-the-shelf equipment that are cost effective and practical for deployment in the rural and remote areas under a unique set of(More)
– The primary contribution of this experiment is the development of a framework on which a variety of multitasking processes can be mapped. A software model named SHOWAN is developed to represent, capture and learn the cyber awareness behavior of a computer process against multiple concurrent threads. At the beginning of the experiment, the examined process(More)