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 Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society  (EMBC), Annual International Conference of the IEEE  Buenos Aires, ArgentinaAug. 31 2010-Sept. 4 2010
A headband for classifying human postures
Aloqlah, M.; Lahiji, R.R.; Loparo, K.A.; Mehregany, M.;
The 6th   International Conference on Body Area Networks (BodyNets 2011)  Beijing, ChinaNovember 2011
Real-Time, Model Based Algorithm Implementation for Human Posture Classification
Aloqlah, M.; Lahiji, R.R.; Mehregany, M.
International Conference on Telecommunications (ICT2013)Casablanca, MoroccoMay 2013
End-to-End Performance Analysis of Dual-Hop  Relaying Systems Over Extended Generalized K-Fading Channels
Aloqlah, M.
Wireless Telecommunications Symposium 2015USAApril 2015
Accurate Performance evaluation of Semi-Blind Dual-Hop Wireless Relay Systems Under Generalized Fading
Mohammed   Aloqlah,  Ibrahimi   Atawi
Wireless Telecommunications Symposium 2015USAApril 2015
Energy-Detection Based Spectrum-Sensing in Cognitive Radio Networks over Multipath/Shadowed Fading Channels
Ibrahimi Atawi, Osamah Badarneh, Mohammed Aloqlah, Raed Mesleh
IEEE 25th International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio  Communications - (PIMRC 2015)Hong Kong2015
On the Performance of Fixed-Gain Amplify-and-Forward Dual-Hop Relay Systems with Beamforming Under κ-μ Shadowed Fading
Mohammed Aloqlah, Ibrahimi Atawi  and  Mamoun F. Al-Mistarihi
IEEE 25th International Symposium on  Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications - (PIMRC 2015)Hong Kong2015
Further Performance Results for Energy Detector Operating over κ-μ Shadowed Fading
Mohammed  Aloqlah,  Ibrahimi Atawi  and  Mamoun F. Al-Mistarihi
2016 International Conference on Computing,  Networking and Communications, Mobile Computing and Vehicle  Communications - International Conference on Computing,  Networking and  Communications. Kauai, USA2016
An Exact Performance Study of Decode and Forward based Multi-Hop Relaying in Wireless Networks Over Extended Generalized-K Fading Channels
Mohammed Aloqlah, Firas Nawafleh