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Wireless & Mobile Communications Laboratory

The WMC Laboratory aims to advance the state-of-the-art in wireless, mobile, and communications technologies.

WMC provides the most advanced technologies in conducting research and training in communications. It provides the necessary equipment to conduct research on wired / wireless signals and systems that operate at a frequency up to 10 Gigahertz. Also, it provides the necessary modules to conduct research and training on Wireless Sensor Networks. Recently CISCO equipment was acquired using a grant from CISCO for training purposes of students and professionals on networking technologies which prepare them for CISCO certifications.
 

Projects:

We are currently working on the following projects:

  • Bit Error Rate Performance of Multi-user Wireless DS-CDMA receivers
  • Collaborative Learning Applications for Mobile Devices
  • Steganography over wireless systems
  • Digital Forensics of Wireless Systems and Devices
  • Effect of Curvature on the Conformal Microstrip Antenna
  • Femto Cells
  • Fundamental Limits and Optimality of Wireless Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
  • Handover and authentication in mobile networks
  • Multimedia in E-Learning over Mobile Environments
  • Multimedia over wireless sensor networks
  • Performance Optimization of Multi-user Receivers
  • Power-Efficient Wireless CDMA Systems
  • QoS of Multi-user communications for Cellular Networks
  • Security of ID Document and ID Card Enrollment Stations

Facilities

WMC provides the most advanced technologies in conducting research and training in communications. It provides the necessary equipment to conduct research on wired / wireless signals and systems that operate at a frequency up to 10 Gigahertz. Also, it provides the necessary modules to conduct research and training on Wireless Sensor Networks. Recently CISCO equipment was acquired using a grant from CISCO for training purposes of students and professionals on networking technologies which prepare them for CISCO certifications. WMC laboratory has equipment exceeds $200,000.

Courses

CS 590 Parallel and Distributed Processing
CPEG 572 Data and Computer Communications
CPE 472 Computer Networks
CPE 473 Local Area Network
CPE 481 Mobile Communications
CPEG 506 Mobile and Pervasive Computing

Team

The WMC Laboratory provides an excellent environment for students and faculty members to carry out networking research. Currently two Ph.D. students and several Master students conduct their research using the WMC Laboratory.

Khaled Elleithy

Khaled Elleithy

Associate Vice President of Graduate Studies and Research Professor of Computer Science and Engineering

Abdel-shakour Abuzneid

Abdel-shakour Abuzneid

Associate Professor at the Department of Computer Science & Engineering Associate Dean for International Initiatives Director of Systems and Engineering Laboratories