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B. Sc. in Electronic and Communication Engineering
Major Electronic and Communication Engineering

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B. Sc. in Control and Automation Engineering
Major Control and Automation Engineering

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An algorithm for distributing users in Virtual zones in a 3G Cellular network

In this paper, we present an algorithm to generate and distribute Z users in Z virtual zones. In3G networks we have dynamic capacity that depends on the interference levels in the covered areaand the number of active users. This implies that the distance of the mobile user from the basestation is also an important factor because of the signal fading. An algorithm is presented basedon the queuing traffic models for 3G cell written in c++ programming language that distributesusers in different zones assuming that the cell area is virtually divided into Z zones depending onthe number of users (1) (PDF) An algorithm for distributing users in virtual zones in a 3g cellular network. Available from: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/317949812_An_algorithm_for_distributing_users_in_virtual_zones_in_a_3g_cellular_network [accessed May 17 2022].
w. s. abughres, mikee. woodward(10-2006)
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Enhanced Transmit Antenna Selection Using OSTBC Scheme with SVD-Based Hybrid Precoding for 5G Millimeter-wave Communications

Transmit Antenna Selection using Orthogonal Space-Time Block Codes (TAS-OSTBC) aided Millimeter-wave (mmWave) communications is proposed in this paper. The TAS transmitter is characterized by a lower number of Radio Frequency (RF) chains than the number of transmit antennas, hence it is capable of reducing both the energy consumption as well as the transmitter cost. The proposed scheme combines TAS-OSTBC system with Hybrid Analog-Digital Beamforming for 60 GHz mmWave communications and using Hadamard transform. The computer simulation results demonstrate that the TAS-OSTBC scheme with fully digital SVD-based precoding has better Bit Error Rate (BER) performance than that of the conventional TAS system with OSTBC scheme. Furthermore, the error performance is significantly improved by applying Uniform Linear Array (ULA) antennas which improve the system performance as the number of array elements increases due to providing a beamforming gain. It is also found that the BER performance is further improved by applying Hadamard transform with an SNR improvement of about 3dB over the conventional systems without using Hadamard transform.
Taissir Y. Elganimi, Mohammed S. Alshawish, Moustafa M. Abdalla(4-2019)
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A STUDY ON OA & OER IN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTES

Since Open Education Resources (OER) approved in the early 2000s, it has grown as a major source of free learning materials for higher education; it is available for anyone to reuse, revise and redistribute based on the Creative Commons (CC), ready to give people worldwide equal access to collective knowledge and quality education by making good quality lectures, curricula, and books. In this paper, a brief history of OER is stated, then focused on categories of OER, ending with a discussion of the impact on reducing spending money on books compared to (Open Access) OA and OER
wael saleh mohamed abughres, عطية محمود البحباح, Mohamed A. Mgheder(6-2020)
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