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Articles by Ali Nawaz Khan
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  Xinyu Zhang , Xuejun Sha and Ali Nawaz Khan
  The extremely narrow pulses with the order of nanoseconds and multipath in Time Hopping Ultra Wide Band system result in long mean acquisition time as well as low acquisition precision. A novel Variable Step Acquisition scheme, which aims to improve both mean acquisition time and acquisition precision, is proposed. The proposed acquisition scheme employs nonconsecutive search and adjusts searching steps according to several thresholds, which makes the acquisition process a fast acquisition with variable steps, i.e., from large steps to small ones. The mean acquisition time performances of the proposed scheme and conventional acquisition schemes are evaluated and compared. It is evident that proposed acquisition scheme significantly outperforms the conventional ones.
  Ali Nawaz Khan , Xuejun Sha and Xinyu Zhang
  In this study, we have presented and tested a method to calculate rate of handoff accurately by accounting for irregularities in cellular coverage area in next generation wireless and cellular communication networks. Traditionally, rate of handoff calculations are based on the assumption that cell boundaries can be represented by uniform geometrical shapes such as circle, square and hexagon. However, in real situations cell boundaries are irregular due to various signal-degradation factors and hence cannot be precisely represented by definite geometrical structures. The difference in calculated and measured values of rate of handoff introduces compounding error in probabilistic analysis of Next Generation Networks and hence, requires the multiplication of an appropriate correction factor with calculated rate of handoff to minimize the error. Extensive experimentation reveal that actual rate of handoff for a cellular environment is greater than the calculated rate by as much as 20% and is proportional to the degree of irregularity in the cell boundary.
 
 
 
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