Vahid Jamali
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Channel modeling for diffusive molecular communication—A tutorial review
V Jamali, A Ahmadzadeh, W Wicke, A Noel, R Schober
Proceedings of the IEEE 107 (7), 1256-1301, 2019
1202019
Channel estimation for diffusive molecular communications
V Jamali, A Ahmadzadeh, C Jardin, H Sticht, R Schober
IEEE Transactions on Communications 64 (10), 4238-4252, 2016
832016
Bidirectional buffer-aided relay networks with fixed rate transmission—Part II: Delay-constrained case
V Jamali, N Zlatanov, R Schober
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 14 (3), 1339-1355, 2014
702014
Experimental molecular communication testbed based on magnetic nanoparticles in duct flow
H Unterweger, J Kirchner, W Wicke, A Ahmadzadeh, D Ahmed, V Jamali, ...
2018 IEEE 19th International Workshop on Signal Processing Advances in …, 2018
672018
Optimal relay selection for the parallel hybrid RF/FSO relay channel: Non-buffer-aided and buffer-aided designs
M Najafi, V Jamali, R Schober
IEEE Transactions on Communications 65 (7), 2794-2810, 2017
652017
Diffusive mobile molecular communications over time-variant channels
A Ahmadzadeh, V Jamali, A Noel, R Schober
IEEE Communications Letters 21 (6), 1265-1268, 2017
652017
Link allocation for multiuser systems with hybrid RF/FSO backhaul: Delay-limited and delay-tolerant designs
V Jamali, DS Michalopoulos, M Uysal, R Schober
IEEE transactions on wireless communications 15 (5), 3281-3295, 2016
652016
Physics-based Modeling and Scalable Optimization of Large Intelligent Reflecting Surfaces
M Najafi, V Jamali, R Schober, VH Poor
IEEE Transactions on Communications, 2020
612020
Non-coherent detection for diffusive molecular communication systems
V Jamali, N Farsad, R Schober, A Goldsmith
IEEE Transactions on Communications 66 (6), 2515-2531, 2018
55*2018
Achievable rates for the fading half-duplex single relay selection network using buffer-aided relaying
N Zlatanov, V Jamali, R Schober
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 14 (8), 4494-4507, 2015
492015
On the design of matched filters for molecule counting receivers
V Jamali, A Ahmadzadeh, R Schober
IEEE Communications Letters 21 (8), 1711-1714, 2017
472017
Biological optical-to-chemical signal conversion interface: A small-scale modulator for molecular communications
L Grebenstein, J Kirchner, RS Peixoto, W Zimmermann, F Irnstorfer, ...
IEEE transactions on nanobioscience 18 (1), 31-42, 2018
442018
Bidirectional buffer-aided relay networks with fixed rate transmission—Part I: Delay-unconstrained case
V Jamali, N Zlatanov, R Schober
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 14 (3), 1323-1338, 2014
442014
Symbol synchronization for diffusion-based molecular communications
V Jamali, A Ahmadzadeh, R Schober
IEEE transactions on nanobioscience 16 (8), 873-887, 2017
412017
Capacity of the Gaussian two-hop full-duplex relay channel with residual self-interference
N Zlatanov, E Sippel, V Jamali, R Schober
IEEE Transactions on Communications 65 (3), 1005-1021, 2017
412017
Stochastic channel modeling for diffusive mobile molecular communication systems
A Ahmadzadeh, V Jamali, R Schober
IEEE Transactions on Communications 66 (12), 6205-6220, 2018
402018
Achievable rate region of the bidirectional buffer-aided relay channel with block fading
V Jamali, N Zlatanov, A Ikhlef, R Schober
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory 60 (11), 7090-7111, 2014
402014
Statistical modeling of FSO fronthaul channel for drone-based networks
M Najafi, H Ajam, V Jamali, PD Diamantoulakis, GK Karagiannidis, ...
2018 IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC), 1-7, 2018
372018
Intelligent Surface-Aided Transmitter Architectures for Millimeter Wave Ultra Massive MIMO Systems
V Jamali, AM Tulino, G Fischer, R Müller, R Schober
IEEE Open Journal of the Communications Society, 2020
36*2020
Modeling duct flow for molecular communication
W Wicke, T Schwering, A Ahmadzadeh, V Jamali, A Noel, R Schober
2018 IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM), 206-212, 2018
362018
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