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  • Kharouf S.; Chatila L.; Mansour M.; Chehab A. (, 2010)
    A low power SRAM macro is customized in 90nm TSMC model technology. The design minimizes the area of the bitcells to achieve a total area of 0.370 mm 2. A dynamic supply voltage management scheme is used to reduce the ...
  • Kharouf S.; Chatila L.; Mansour M.; Chehab A. (, 2010)
    A low power SRAM macro is customized in 90nm TSMC model technology. The design minimizes the area of the bitcells to achieve a total area of 0.370 mm 2. A dynamic supply voltage management scheme is used to reduce the ...
  • Huijer E. (, 2009)
    A novel method of electrostatic analysis is introduced using series of functions on boundaries including special fractional power functions to obtain accurate potential solutions near sharp edges. Results are shown for 2D ...
  • Huijer E. (, 2009)
    A novel method of electrostatic analysis is introduced using series of functions on boundaries including special fractional power functions to obtain accurate potential solutions near sharp edges. Results are shown for 2D ...
  • Dawi M.; Al-Alaoui M.A.; Baydoun M. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.;, 2014)
    Face recognition in still images and video is an important application in computer vision and image processing. This work focuses on extracting 3D or depth information using stereo matching for the purpose of enhancing ...
  • Dawi M.; Al-Alaoui M.A.; Baydoun M. (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.;, 2014)
    Face recognition in still images and video is an important application in computer vision and image processing. This work focuses on extracting 3D or depth information using stereo matching for the purpose of enhancing ...
  • Chehab A.; Hanna S.; Kabalan K.Y.; El-Hajj A. (MALDENCOMMERCE PLACE, 350 MAIN ST, MALDEN 02148, MA USA, 2004)
    This paper presents an interactive and user-friendly computer package, 8085SimuKit, which can be used to simulate the operation of an 8085 microprocessor. The package is a practical tool in teaching microprocessor or related ...
  • Chehab A.; Hanna S.; Kabalan K.Y.; El-Hajj A. (MALDENCOMMERCE PLACE, 350 MAIN ST, MALDEN 02148, MA USA, 2004)
    This paper presents an interactive and user-friendly computer package, 8085SimuKit, which can be used to simulate the operation of an 8085 microprocessor. The package is a practical tool in teaching microprocessor or related ...
  • Kharouf S.; Chatila L.; Mansour M.; Chehab A. (NEW YORK345 E 47TH ST, NEW YORK, NY 10017 USA, 2010)
    A low power SRAM macro is designed in 90nm TSMC model technology. The design is customized with Cadence Environment for minimal bit cell area, resulting in an area of 0.370 mm 2. To reduce leakage power in standby mode, ...
  • Kharouf S.; Chatila L.; Mansour M.; Chehab A. (NEW YORK345 E 47TH ST, NEW YORK, NY 10017 USA, 2010)
    A low power SRAM macro is designed in 90nm TSMC model technology. The design is customized with Cadence Environment for minimal bit cell area, resulting in an area of 0.370 mm 2. To reduce leakage power in standby mode, ...
  • Al-Husseini M.; El-Hajj A.; Kabalan K.Y. (, 2008)
    In this paper, a low-cost ultra-wideband microstrip antenna is presented. The antenna is based on a 1.6-mm-thick FR4 substrate, is microstrip-line fed and has a partial ground plane. The return loss is more than 10 dB in ...
  • Al-Husseini M.; El-Hajj A.; Kabalan K.Y. (, 2008)
    In this paper, a low-cost ultra-wideband microstrip antenna is presented. The antenna is based on a 1.6-mm-thick FR4 substrate, is microstrip-line fed and has a partial ground plane. The return loss is more than 10 dB in ...
  • Ramadan A.; Al-Husseini M.; Kabalan K.Y.; El-Hajj A. (, 2009)
    In this paper, a novel planar printed monopole antenna for ultrawideband (UWB) applications is presented. The proposed antenna is based on a compact-size 25×20×1.6-mm3 FR4-epoxy substrate and has a diamond-like patch. Slots ...
  • Ramadan A.; Al-Husseini M.; Kabalan K.Y.; El-Hajj A. (, 2009)
    In this paper, a novel planar printed monopole antenna for ultrawideband (UWB) applications is presented. The proposed antenna is based on a compact-size 25×20×1.6-mm3 FR4-epoxy substrate and has a diamond-like patch. Slots ...
  • Mansour M.M.; Shanbhag N.R. (PISCATAWAY445 HOES LANE, PISCATAWAY, NJ 08855 USA, 2006)
    A 14.3-mm 2 code-programmable and code-rate tunable decoder chip for 2048-bit low-density parity-check (LDPC) codes is presented. The chip implements the turbo-decoding message-passing (TDMP) algorithm for architecture-aware ...
  • Mansour M.M.; Shanbhag N.R. (PISCATAWAY445 HOES LANE, PISCATAWAY, NJ 08855 USA, 2006)
    A 14.3-mm 2 code-programmable and code-rate tunable decoder chip for 2048-bit low-density parity-check (LDPC) codes is presented. The chip implements the turbo-decoding message-passing (TDMP) algorithm for architecture-aware ...
  • Watfa M.K.; Selman S.; Denkilkian H. (NEW YORK410 PARK AVENUE, 15TH FLOOR, #287 PMB, NEW YORK, NY 10022 USA, 2010)
    Energy savings have always been the primary concern in wireless sensor network protocols, however there are applications where latency and throughput are prioritized over energy efficiency and are so significant that the ...
  • Watfa M.K.; Selman S.; Denkilkian H. (NEW YORK410 PARK AVENUE, 15TH FLOOR, #287 PMB, NEW YORK, NY 10022 USA, 2010)
    Energy savings have always been the primary concern in wireless sensor network protocols, however there are applications where latency and throughput are prioritized over energy efficiency and are so significant that the ...
  • Safa H.; Artail H.; Nahhas M. (LONDON24-28 OVAL RD, LONDON NW1 7DX, ENGLAND, 2010)
    The diversity of services delivered over wireless channels has increased people's desire in ubiquitously accessing these services from their mobile devices. However, a ubiquitous mobile computing environment faces several ...
  • Safa H.; Artail H.; Nahhas M. (LONDON24-28 OVAL RD, LONDON NW1 7DX, ENGLAND, 2010)
    The diversity of services delivered over wireless channels has increased people's desire in ubiquitously accessing these services from their mobile devices. However, a ubiquitous mobile computing environment faces several ...

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