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International Symposium on Wireless Systems and Networks (ISWSN'03) Proceedings,

March 24-26, 2003, KFUPM, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.


3-G Systems I


3-G Systems II

Antennas And Propagation I

  • Signal Strength Prediction In The Vhf Band In The Eastern Region Of Saudi Arabia. M. Al-Safwani, Saudi Aramco, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, A. Sheikh, KFUPM, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia

  • A New Tlm Model For The Analysis Of Ferrite Media. M. Yaïch, M. Khalladi And M. Essaaidi, Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Morocco

  • The Effect Of Spatial Coreelations On The Performance Of 2-D Rake Receivers In Bad Urban Channels. A. Sheikh And S. Al-Ahmadi. Kfupm, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia

  • Antennas And Propogation II

  • Efficient Implementation Of Deterministic 3D Ray Tracing Model To Predict Propagation Losses In Indoor Environments. A. Shaikh, PMCL Mobilink, Pakistan, F. Hayat OSU, USA, M. Zeeshan, Ghazi Fabrics Intl. Ltd., Pakistan, T. Shah, T U Delft, The Netherlands and I. Sheikh, University of Engg. & Technology., Pakistan

  • Mutual Coupling Effects Between Patch Elements of Microstrip Planar Antenna Arrays. M. Amjad and M. Dawoud , KFUPM, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia

  • Radio Attenuation in Urban Environment: A Test Case in Oporto. J. do Carmo, Instituto Politécnico de Bragança, Bragança, Portugal, J. e Costa, Universidade do Porto, Porto, Portugal

  • Waveform Characteristics of Electromagnetic Fields Generated by Lightning to the CN Tower. A. Hussein, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario,Canada, W. Janischewskyj, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario,Canada, M. Milewski, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, V. Shostak, Kyiv Polytechnic University, Kyiv, Ukraine, J. Chang,, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada




    Signal Processing I

    Signal Processing II

  • Residual Interference Modeling In Wcdma Serial Interference Cancellation Receivers. Z. Dawy, S. Davidovic, Munich University Of Technology, Germany. A. Seeger, Information And Communication Mobile, Siemens Ag, Munich, Germany

  • Tracking Of Mobile Fading Channels By Predictive Type Rls Algorithm. S. Shah And Q. Nasir, University Of Sharjah, Uae.

  • Performance Of Multi-Split Decision Feedback Equalizer. W. Saif, A. Zerguine, A. Sheikh, Kfupm, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, M. Bellanger, Conservatoire National Des Arts Et Métiers, Paris, France.

  • Configurable Dsp Technology For Wireless Communication Systems. M. Saghir, American University Of Beirut, Lebanon


    Signal Processing III

  • Supporting Relative Delay Differentiation In Cdma Cellular Environments. L.Wu and E. Elmallah, University Of Alberta, Canada

  • Concatenated Coding Schemes With Multiple Transmit and Receive Antennas I. Altunbas, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey, A. Yongacoglu, University Of Ottawa, Canada

  • Combined Turbo Coding And Pre-Coding For Wireless Communication Channels. A. Ghrayeb, Concordia University, Montreal, Canada. M. El-Tarhuni, American University Of Sharjah, Uae

  • Combined Interference Suppression And Frequency Domain Equalization For Space- Time Block Coded Transmission. A. Naguib, Qualcomm Inc., Campbell, USA.


    Spread Spectrum Systems I

  • Measurement Techniques Of Lfsr Sequences. A. Ahmad, S. Al-Busaidi, A. Al-Naamany And M. Al-Mushrafi. Sultan Qaboos University, Oman

  • Supporting Relative Delay Differentiation In Cdma Cellular Environments. L. Wu and E. Elmallah, University Of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada

  • Soft Handoff Gain In Scdma Cellular Systems. B. Hashem, Saudi Telecom Co., Riyadh, Saudi Arabia


    Spread Spectrum Systems II


    Transmission Technologies I

  • Improved Mems Based Shunt Switches For Telecom Applications. X. Rottenberg, P. Fiorini, B. Nauwelaers, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, R. Mertens, W. De Raedt, H. Tilmans And M. Ghannam, Imec, Leuven, Belgium

  • End-To-End Outage Probability Of Multihop Relayed Transmissions Over Lognormal Shadowed Channels. M. Hasna And M. Alouini, University Of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Usa

  • Dynamic Link Mode Selection In High Data Rate Wireless Access Systems. B. Hashem And R. Alruwais, Saudi Telecom Co., Riyadh, Saudi Arabia


    Transmission Technologies II

  • Adaptive Uniform Fractional Guard Channel Algorithm: The Steady State Analysis. H. Beigy And M. Meybodi, Amirkabir University Of Technology, Tehran, Iran

  • Quardrature-Spread Cdma Error Performance Analysis With Diversity Reception Over Multipath Fading Channels. M. Andalusi, Kfupm, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia

  • Probability Of Error For Bpsk Modulation In Presence Of Noise And Co-Channel Interference.

  • F. Digham And M. Tawfik, Cairo University, Egypt


    Transmission Technologies III

  • A Novel Method On Robust Timing Recovery. M. Noorbakhsh and K. Mohamed-Pour, K.N.Toosi University Of Technology, Tehran, Iran

  • An Adaptive Algorithm Based On Learning Automata For Determination Of Number Of Guard Channels. H. Beigy And M. Meybodi, Amirkabir University Of Technology, Tehran, Iran

  • Design Of A Two-Slot Time Orthogonal Line Multiple Access Code. A. Al-Sammak, University Of Bahrain, R. Kirlin, and P.Driessen, University Of Victoria, Bc, Canada

  • Fast Adaptive Filter Based Pn Code Acquisition System In Multiuser Environment. M. Hamid and A. Sheikh, Kfupm, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia


    Wireless Networks I

  • A Routing Solution For A Global Space-Based Wireless Multimedia System, M. Guizani and I. Schneller, University Of West Florida, Pensacola, Fl, Usa

  • Seamless And Prediction In Multicast Mobile IP Network. M. Attar, H. Taheri, M. Fasihi, H. Attar. Amirkabir University Of Technology, Tehran, Iran

  • A New Routing Protocol Based On Aodv In Ad-Hoc Networks. N. Moghim, F. Hendessi, Isfahan University Of Technology, Iran. N. Movehhedinia, Isfahan University, Iran.

  • Mobile Distributed Authentication Protocol. A. Al Shahri, D. Smith and J. Irvine. University Of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Uk


    Wireless Networks II

  • Mobile Controlled Unit In Gsm Network. N. S. Borujerdi, A. Malakoti, University Of Isfahan, Iran

  • Energy-Aware Routing For Virtual Base Station On-Demand Routing Protocol. T. Sheltami and H. Mouftah, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada

  • Framework Of Information Security Management System (Isms) Standards Iso 17799 / Bs 7799. M. Satti, Macquarie Corporate Telecommunications, B.Garner, Deakin University Geelong Vic. Australia, M. Nagrial, University Of Western Sydney, Australia


    Wireless Networks III

  • Voice Privacy In Wireless-Phone Mobile, Communication By Pseudo Random Number Generator And Tompkin-Paig Algorithm. S. Borujeni, M. Nezhad, University Of Isfahan, Iran

  • Wireless Local Area Network (Wlan) Security Solution For Corporate And E-Government. M. Satti, Macquarie Corporate Telecommunications B. Garner, Deakin University Geelong Vic. Australia

  • The Wireless Utopia Of The Future: An Exploration Of Opportunities To Network Operators. O. Al Jubair, H. Hmida, M. Al Osaimi, E. Mitwally, F. Al Shalan And A. Yasin, Saudi Telecom Co., Riyadh, Saudi Arabia


    Wireless Networks IV

  • Forced Low Latency Handoff In Mobile Cellular Data Networks. N. Moayedian, F. Hendessi, Isfahan University Of Technology, Iran

  • Implementation Of Mobile And Wireless Adhoc Networks With Multi-Hop Data Routing Capabilities. A. Sulyman, and A. Sheikh, Kfupm, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia

  • Minimising Latency Over Frame Relay Asynchronous Transfer Mode Interworking. A. Hellany, H. Achi, A. Rizk, M. Nagrial, University Of Western Sydney, Penrith South Dc, Nsw, Australia

  • Optimal Structure For One Type Informational Networks. A. Dusembaev and W. Khedr, Kazakhstan National Al-Farabi University



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