Noor M. Khan
Noor M. Khan
Professor of Wireless Communications, ARWiC Lab, Capital University of Science & Technology (CUST)
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A critical analysis of research potential, challenges, and future directives in industrial wireless sensor networks
M Raza, N Aslam, H Le-Minh, S Hussain, Y Cao, NM Khan
IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials 20 (1), 39-95, 2017
872017
A generalized 3-D scattering model for a macrocell environment with a directional antenna at the BS
SJ Nawaz, BH Qureshi, NM Khan
IEEE Transactions on vehicular technology 59 (7), 3193-3204, 2010
682010
A generalized model for the spatial characteristics of the cellular mobile channel
NM Khan, MT Simsim, PB Rapajic
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 57 (1), 22-37, 2008
552008
Biologic Control Ability of Plant Growth–Promoting Paenibacillus lentimorbus NRRL B-30488 Isolated from Milk
SM DasGupta, N Khan, CS Nautiyal
Current microbiology 53 (6), 502-505, 2006
372006
Effect of directional antenna on the Doppler spectrum in 3-D mobile radio propagation environment
SJ Nawaz, NM Khan, MN Patwary, M Moniri
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 60 (7), 2895-2903, 2011
362011
A generalized 3-D scattering channel model for spatiotemporal statistics in mobile-to-mobile communication environment
M Riaz, NM Khan, SJ Nawaz
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 64 (10), 4399-4410, 2014
322014
Cluster head selection using evolutionary computing in wireless sensor networks
G Ahmed, NM Khan, R Ramer
Progress In Electromagnetics Research Symposium, Hangzhou, China, 883-886, 2008
322008
GRAdient Cost Establishment (GRACE) for an Energy-Aware Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks
NM Khan, Z Khalid, G Ahmed
EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking, 2009
312009
Cluster head selection using decision trees for wireless sensor networks
G Ahmed, NM Khan, Z Khalid, R Ramer
2008 International Conference on Intelligent Sensors, Sensor Networks and …, 2008
312008
A real-time energy-aware routing strategy for wireless sensor networks
Z Khalid, G Ahmed, NM Khan
2007 Asia-Pacific Conference on Communications, 381-384, 2007
292007
Modeling and characterization of multipath fading channels in cellular mobile communication systems
NM Khan
University of New South Wales, 2006
292006
3D ellipsoidal model for mobile-to-mobile radio propagation environments
M Riaz, SJ Nawaz, NM Khan
Wireless personal communications 72 (4), 2465-2479, 2013
242013
Paenibacillus lentimorbus enhances growth of chickpea (Cicer arietinum L.) in chromium-amended soil
N Khan, A Mishra, PS Chauhan, YK Sharma, CS Nautiyal
Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek 101 (2), 453-459, 2012
242012
Quasi centralized clustering approach for an energy-efficient and vulnerability-aware routing in wireless sensor networks
NM Khan, I Ali, Z Khalid, G Ahmed, R Ramer, AA Kavokin
Proceedings of the 1st ACM international workshop on Heterogeneous sensor …, 2008
232008
Fractional-order adaptive signal processing strategies for active noise control systems
SM Shah, R Samar, NM Khan, MAZ Raja
Nonlinear Dynamics 85 (3), 1363-1376, 2016
212016
Nitrogen and sulphur interaction in relation to yield and quality attributes of rapeseed-mustard
MZ Abdin, N Khan, I Khan, M Israr, A Jamal
Centre for Biotechnology, Faculty of Science, Hamdard University, New Delhi …, 2003
182003
Design of fractional-order variants of complex LMS and NLMS algorithms for adaptive channel equalization
SM Shah, R Samar, NM Khan, MAZ Raja
Nonlinear Dynamics 88 (2), 839-858, 2017
172017
Analysis of fading statistics in cellular mobile communication systems
ZM Loni, NM Khan
The Journal of Supercomputing 64 (2), 295-309, 2013
172013
Time of arrival statistics in cellular environments
MT Simsim, NM Khan, R Ramer, PB Rapajic
2006 IEEE 63rd vehicular technology conference 6, 2666-2670, 2006
172006
Superimposed training-based compressed sensing of sparse multipath channels
SJ Nawaz, KI Ahmed, MN Patwary, NM Khan
IET Communications 6 (18), 3150-3156, 2012
162012
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