Yassir A. Ahmed

 

Yassir A. Ahmed (coordinator of the communications engineering department) received the Bachelor degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering from University of Technology, Iraq, in 2002. He worked as Engineer (2006-2010) in Diyala University. He received the M.Sc. In Communications Engineering from University of Technology Malaysia (UTM) 2012. Currently, he is an assistance lecturer in the Department of Communications Engineering in College of Engineering \ University of Diyala, Iraq and he Teaching Satellite Communication, Mobile Communication, Electrical Engineering, Electrical Engineering Lab., and Supervisor for many graduate projects for undergraduate students. From 2012 up to now.. His area of interest mainly focuses on Radio frequency spectrum sharing, Coexistence and compatibility studies between cellular and fixed services and Cognitive radio spectrum sharing method.

 


 

Subject:             Mobile Communication - graduate project / Four - Electrical Engineering - Electrical Engineering Lab / First

 


 

 Weekly Schedule:

 

Day

Stage

Subject

Time

Sunday

Four

Mobile Communication

11:30-2:30

Monday

First A

Electrical Engineering

8:30-11:30

Monday

First B

Electrical Engineering

11:30-2:30

Tuesday

First A

Electrical Engineering Lab

8:30-11:30

Tuesday

First B

Electrical Engineering Lab

11:30-2:30

Thursday

Four

graduate project

11:30-2:30

 

 

 

 


 

Publication :

 

  • Ahmad, Yassir A., Walid A. Hassan, and Tharek Abdul Rahman. "Studying different propagation models for LTE-A system." Computer and Communication Engineering (ICCCE), 2012 International Conference on. IEEE, 2012.
  • Mokayef, M., Hassan, W. A., Rahman, T. A., & Ahmad, Y. A. (2012, July). Optimizing the coexistence between HAPS platform and terrestrial system in 5.8 GHz band. In Computer and Communication Engineering (ICCCE), 2012 International Conference on (pp. 854-858). IEEE.
  • Mokayef, M., Hassan, W. A., Ahmad, Y. A., & Rahman, T. A. Utilizing ATPC Scheme to Facilitate Sharing between HAPS and Terrestrial in 5.7 GHz Band. Session 2A9, 309.
  • Mokayef, M., Hassan, W. A., Ahmad, Y. A., & Rahman, T. A. Applicability of DCA in HAPS-based Systems in 5850–7075 MHz Band. Session 2A9, 308.
  • Mokayef, M., Hassan, W. A., Ahmad, Y. A., & Rahman, T. A. Enhancement of Coexistence between HAPS and Terrestrial System in 5.8 GHz Band. Session 2A9, 310.

 

 


 

Lectures:

 

FIRST YEAR

Lecture

Title

Lecture -1-

Electricity and SI units.

Lecture -2-

Temperature Coefficient and Receptivity

Lecture -3-

Series and Parallel Resistances.

Lecture -4-

Star and Delta Resistances.

Lecture 5-

Ohms Law.

Lecture -6-

Kirchhoff’s Laws.

Lecture -7-

Mesh and Nodal analysis.

Lecture -8-

Superposition Theorem.

Lecture -9

Thevenin’s and Norton’s Theorem

Lecture -10-

Max. Power Transfer.

 

 

 

Mobile Communication

 

FOURTH YEAR

Lecture

Title

Lecture -1-

Introduction of Mobile Communication

Lecture -2-

Frequencies used for radio communication

Lecture -3-

Classification of radio frequencies.

Lecture -4-

Atmosphere; Skip distance & Maximum Usable Frequency

Lecture 5-

Cellular Concept- System Design Fundamentals

Lecture -6-

Fundamentals elements; Frequency reuse

Lecture -7-

Channel assignment strategies; Handoff; Interference; Capacity ; Planning Cellular system

Lecture -8-

Improve capacity ; Tracking grade of service.

Lecture -9

Propagation & Path loss

Lecture -10-

Mobile Networks

 
   
   
   
   

 

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