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  • Masihpour, Mehrnoush; Agbinya, Johnson (River Publishers, 2011)
    the previous chapters we have introduced the concepts of magneto-inductive waves and showed that unless they are terminated properly, there will be signal reflections in the waveguide. In this chapter, we show how the ...
  • Masihpour, Mehrnoush; Agbinya, Johnson (River Publishers, 2011)
    Nowadays using electronic devices is an inevitable part of our life. They make life a lot easier for people. About 50 years ago, before the invention of mobile phones no one could imagine communicating with someone thousands ...
  • Masihpour, Mehrnoush; Agbinya, Johnson (River Publishers, 2011)
    Since simulating the wireless networks, using codes and so-called computer language is a challenging task and requires a lot of time and effort, a graphical user interface is developed by the authors, which enables the ...
  • Masihpour, Mehrnoush (2012)
    Near-Field Magnetic Induction Communication (NFMIC) is a relatively new technology which has been proposed for short-range applications such as body-area networks. Since it uses a rapidly-decaying magnetic near-field instead ...
  • Masihpour, Mehrnoush; Agbinya, Johnson (IEEE, 2010)
    Radio Frequency based communication systems highly benefit from the cooperative relaying to achieve higher data rate and more coverage range with lower cost and complexity. However this concept has not been fairly examined ...
  • Masihpour, Mehrnoush; Agbinya, Johnson; Abolhasan, Mehran (CRC Press, 2012)
    Energy scavenging dates back to the use of waterwheels and windmills to harvest the energy from the surrounding environment and convert it to useful forms of energy [1]. Energy scavenging techniques have been around for ...
  • Agbinya, Johnson; Masihpour, Mehrnoush (IEEE, 2010)
    Cooperative communication has potential to provide range extension and enhanced data rate access in magnetic induction (MI) communication systems. In this paper we have proposed three methods for exciting the array of ...
  • Agbinya, Johnson; Masihpour, Mehrnoush (IEEE, 2010)
    Near Field Magnetic Induction Communication (NFMIC) is emerging as an appreciatively beneficial physical layer access method in short range communication. Although it provides more secure, robust and power efficient system ...
  • Masihpour, Mehrnoush; Abolhasan, Mehran; Franklin, Daniel (Academy Publisher, 2013)
    In this paper, multihop relaying in RF-based communications and near field magnetic induction communication (NFMIC) is discussed. Three multihop relay strategies for NFMIC are proposed: Non Line of Sight Magnetic Induction ...
  • Masihpour, Mehrnoush; Agbinya, Johnson (IEEE, 2010)
    Even though the link budget for the traditional Radio Frequency-based (RF) communication systems has been explored widely and various RF-channel models have been proposed, neither of those models deal with the Magnetic ...
  • Masihpour, Mehrnoush; Abolhasan, Mehran; Franklin, Daniel (Academy Publisher, 2012)
    To achieve higher data rate or to extend the coverage range of a wireless communication system, cooperative relay has been seen as a promising solution. This concept has been integrated in many traditional wireless ...
  • Agbinya, Johnson; Masihpour, Mehrnoush (River Publishers, 2009)
    Network planning provides information on the feasibility of network role out. Specifically some of the information is on the estimate of the optimum number of base stations, the location of the base stations and antennas, ...
  • Agbinya, Johnson; Masihpour, Mehrnoush (River Publishers, 2009)
    The key air interface technology used in WiMAX is OFDM. OFDM is an efficient form of multi-carrier modulation schemes, which is used in most of the modern communication technologies, such as 3G-LTE, DSL, 4G Cellular Systems ...
  • Masihpour, Mehrnoush; Agbinya, Johnson (River Publishers, 2009)
    The key air interface technology used in WiMAX is OFDM. OFDM is an efficient form of multi-carrier modulation schemes, which is used in most of the modern communication technologies, such as 3G-LTE, DSL, 4G Cellular Systems ...
  • Masihpour, Mehrnoush; Agbinya, Johnson (IEEE, 2010)
    This paper presents one of the most suitable technologies for self-powered body area networks in terms of magneto-inductive nodes and channels. Although a number of studies have been done on the traditional Radio Frequency ...
  • Agbinya, Johnson; Masihpour, Mehrnoush (Springer, 2012)
    Although a number of studies have been done on the traditional Radio Frequency (RF)terrestrial communication system, the potential applications and the advantages of Near-Field magnetically coupled coils in wireless short ...