Mohamad Omar Al Kalaa
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Evaluating bluetooth low energy in realistic wireless environments
MO Al Kalaa, W Balid, N Bitar, HH Refai
2016 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference, 1-6, 2016
362016
On the coexistence of LTE-LAA in the unlicensed band: Modeling and performance analysis
N Bitar, MO Al Kalaa, SJ Seidman, HH Refai
IEEE Access 6, 52668-52681, 2018
272018
Development of measurement techniques and tools for coexistence testing of wireless medical devices
W Balid, MO Al Kalaa, S Rajab, H Tafish, HH Refai
2016 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference Workshops (WCNCW …, 2016
202016
Bluetooth standard v4. 1: Simulating the Bluetooth low energy data channel selection algorithm
MO Al Kalaa, HH Refai
2014 IEEE Globecom Workshops (GC Wkshps), 729-733, 2014
192014
Characterizing the 2.4 GHz spectrum in a hospital environment: Modeling and applicability to coexistence testing of medical devices
MO Al Kalaa, W Balid, HH Refai, NJ LaSorte, SJ Seidman, HI Bassen, ...
IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility 59 (1), 58-66, 2016
182016
Selection probability of data channels in Bluetooth Low Energy
MO Al Kalaa, HH Refai
2015 International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference …, 2015
182015
Energy detection and machine learning for the identification of wireless MAC technologies
SA Rajab, W Balid, MO Al Kalaa, HH Refai
2015 international wireless communications and mobile computing conference …, 2015
172015
Classification and speed estimation of vehicles via tire detection using single‐element piezoelectric sensor
S Rajab, MO Al Kalaa, H Refai
Journal of Advanced Transportation 50 (7), 1366-1385, 2016
152016
On the performance of WLAN and Bluetooth for in-car infotainment systems
A Mourad, S Muhammad, MO Al Kalaa, HH Refai, PA Hoeher
Vehicular Communications 10, 1-12, 2017
142017
Bluetooth and IEEE 802.11 n system coexistence in the automotive domain
A Mourad, S Muhammad, MO Al Kalaa, PA Hoeher, H Refai
2017 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC), 1-6, 2017
102017
The study of vehicle classification equipment with solutions to improve accuracy in Oklahoma.
H Refai, N Bitar, J Schettler, OA Kalaa
Oklahoma. Dept. of Transportation. Materials and Research Division, 2014
102014
Estimating the likelihood of wireless coexistence using logistic regression: Emphasis on medical devices
MO Al Kalaa, SJ Seidman, HH Refai
IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility 60 (5), 1546-1554, 2017
62017
Monitoring radiated coexistence testing using GMM-based classifier
MO Al Kalaa, HH Refai
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 66 (11), 10336-10345, 2017
62017
Long term spectrum survey of the 2.4 GHz ISM band in multiple hospital environments
MO Al Kalaa, G Butron, W Balid, HH Refai, NJ LaSorte
2016 IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference Workshops (WCNCW …, 2016
62016
Wireless coexistence testing in the 5 GHz band with LTE-LAA signals
MO Al Kalaa, SJ Seidman
2019 IEEE International Symposium on Electromagnetic Compatibility, Signal …, 2019
42019
An outlook on wireless coexistence with focus on medical devices
MO Al Kalaa, J Guag, SJ Seidman
IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Magazine 7 (3), 60-64, 2018
42018
Practical aspects of wireless medical device coexistence testing
MO Al Kalaa, SJ Seidman, D Witters, HH Refai
IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Magazine 6 (4), 47-52, 2017
42017
Vehicle classification accuracy of AVC and WIM sites in Oklahoma
MO Al Kalaa, S Rajab, HH Refai, D Johnson
2014 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium Proceedings, 873-877, 2014
42014
mmWave based vs 2 GHz networks: What is more energy efficient?
MO Al Kalaa, A Imran, HH Refai
2016 International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Conference …, 2016
32016
5-GHz Band LTE-LAA Signal Selection for Use as the Unintended Signal in ANSI C63. 27 Wireless Coexistence Testing
MO Al Kalaa, SJ Seidman
IEEE Transactions on Electromagnetic Compatibility 62 (4), 1468-1476, 2020
22020
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