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Articles by Sheroz Khan
Total Records ( 5 ) for Sheroz Khan
  A.H.M. Zahirul Alam , Wahab Adetunji Lawal , Sheroz Khan and Muhammad Mahbubur Rashid
  Problem statement: The design of multi-valued quaternary based Analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) circuit was presented. The ADC generates multi-valued logic outputs rather than the conventional binary output system to overall reduction in circuit complexity and size. Approach: Design was implemented using pipeline ADC architecture and was simulated using model parameters based on standard 0.13 μm CMOS process. Results: Performance analysis of the design showed desirable performance parameters in terms of response, low power consumption, and a sampling rate of 10 MHz at a supply voltage of 1.3V was achieved. Conclusion/Recommendations: The ADC design was suitable for the needs of mixed-signal integrated circuit design and can be implemented as a conversion circuit for systems based on multiple-valued logic design.
  Md. R. Islam , Zain E. Elshaikh , Othman O. Khalifa , A. H.M.Z. Alam and Sheroz Khan
  Problem statement: The fade margin analysis of microwave propagation in areas affected by duststorm had been presented in this study. Approach: Based on long term duststorm data recorded in Riyadh-Saudi Arabia, the fade margin due to duststorm effects estimated. Results: The fade margin due to duststorm then derived under various water contents during the storm. Conclusion/Recommendations: It was particularly shown that duststorm have comparable effects on link reliability for typical storms.
  A.H.M. Zahirul Alam , Nurul Arfah , Sheroz Khan and Md. Rafiqul Islam
  Problem statement: The design of Capacitance to Voltage Converter (CVC) for capacitive sensor transducer was presented. The proposed design will reduce the size, power consumption and supply voltage of the circuit and can be used in high frequency band transducer. Approach: The design was implemented using the Operational amplifier (Op amp) and capacitive network. The circuit was simulated using the PSPICE model parameters based on standard 0.13 μm CMOS process. Results: The design was able to measure a wide range of capacitance variations for the capacitive transducer. The performance analysis of the design showed desirable performance parameters in terms of response, low power consumption and a linear output voltage within the wide range of capacitive transducer capacitance variation for the power supply voltage of 1.2 V was achieved. Conclusion/Recommendations: The output voltage of the circuit varied linearly with the variation of capacitive transducer capacitance variation. The improved converter was compact and robust for integration into capacitive measuring systems and suitable for use in environment that making use of higher frequency band.
  A.H.M. Zahirul Alam , Md. Rafiqul Islam , Sheroz Khan and Muhammad Mahbubur Rashid
  Problem statement: In this study Microelectrical Mechanical System (MEMS) switches were proposed to design a reconfigurable/multi-band antenna to replaced PIN diode switches or semiconductor switches due to lower insertion losses, good isolation, much lower intermodulation distortion, and lower power consumption. The antenna is able to operate at very high frequencies. Approach: A reconfigurable antenna that is capable to operate at several frequencies was proposed by introducing two adjacent patches along with main radiating patch and two MEMS switches. Parametric analysis of the size of the wing patches was done for finding optimum size. A comparative study was done for Alumina, SiN, GaAs and Teflon as MEMS bridge materials for finding better results in terms of return loss and number of bands. The design was performed by using 3D electromagnetic simulator HFSS considering ideal MEMS switches. Results: It was found that SiN as MEMS bridge material makes the antenna to operate at 16.76, 23.56 and 27.7 GHz in the "OFF" states and operate at 20.9 and 21.91 GHz in the "ON" states of MEMS switches. Conclusion/Recommendations: MEMS cantilever beam material played an important role for providing antenna to operate at multi-band frequencies. The proposed multiband/reconfigurable antenna can be implemented with easy fabrication process steps by the Sandwich method of fabrication.
  Sheroz Khan , Salami Femi Abdulazeez , Lawal Wahab Adetunji , AHM Zahirul Alam , Momoh Jimoh E. Salami , Shihab Ahmed Hameed , Aisha Hasan Abdalla and Mohd Rafiqul Islam
  All control systems suffer from problems related to undesirable overshoot, longer settling times and vibrations while going form one state to another state. Most of relevant techniques had been in the form of suggesting modification and improvement in the instrumentation or interfacing part of the control system and the results reported, remain suffering from shortcomings related to hardware parameter dependence and maintenance and operational complexities. Present study was based on a software approach which was focusing on an algorithmic approach for programming a PIC16F877A microcontroller, for eliminating altogether the parametric dependence issues while adding the benefits of easier modification to suit a given control system to changing operational conditions. Said approach was first simulated using MATLAB/SIMULINK using the techniques of Proportional Derivative Fuzzy Logic Controller (PD-FLC) whose membership function, fuzzy logic rules and scaling gains were optimized by the genetic algorithm technique. Simulated results were verified by programming the PIC16F877A microcontroller with the algorithm and using it on a temperature control system where a fan was regulated in response to variations in the ambient system temperature. Resulting tabulated performance indices showed a considerable improvement in rising and settling time besides reducing overshoot and steady state error.
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