Z. M. Gharsseldien

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Mobile ad hoc molecular nanonetwork (MAMNET) is a new paradigm for the realisation of future nanonetworks. In MAMNET, transmission of nanoscale information from nanomachine to infostation is based on collision and adhesion. In this study, the authors develop a realistic framework for encompassing the electronic structure of the neurotransmitter in the(More)
The heterogeneous network (HetNet) deployed small cells technology to overcome the problems of holes “blind spots” coverage in 3G and 4G mobile networks. In this paper, we propose a hierarchical HetNet layout comprises of three layers, macro, metro and femto cells. The interplay between successive layers due to handover (HO) traffic is(More)
In this paper we investigate the performance of mobile user connectivity in femtocell/macrocell networks. The femto user equipment (FUE) can connect to femto access point (FAP) with low communication range rather than higher communication range to macro base station (MBS). Furthermore, in such emerging networks, the spatial reuse of resources is permissible(More)
In Femto-Macro cellular networks, the femto user (FUE) can be connected to femto access point (FAP) with low communication range rather than higher communication range to macro base station (MBS). Furthermore, in such emerging networks, the spatial reuse of resources is permissible and the transmission range can be decreased, then the probability of(More)
Mobile ad hoc molecular nanonetwork (MAMNET) introduces a new paradigm for the realization of future nanonetworks. In MAMNET, the transmission of nanoscale information between nanomachine and infostation is based on collision and adhesion process. In this study, we develop a single input single output (SISO) molecular communication system for transmitting(More)
Examination and evaluation are two important phases of education at any level of a student's curriculum. However, these assessment processes are problematic in the sense that they encourage learners to devise ways to be dishonest. The traditional way of conducting exams is particularly conducive to dishonesty. In view of this, this letter proposes an online(More)
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