Dr. Abdul Imam Jasim Alsammak Research

Dr. Abdul Imam Jasim Alsammak Associate Professor
College of Engineering
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Journals

  1. Design of a Multi-Code Wide Band Encoder-Decoder System, A. J. Al-Sammak (March 2013), International Journal on Engineering Applications (IREA), Vol. 1, No. 2, pp150-157.
    Journal link / Research area: Line coding, Digital Communications

  2. New five-user collaborative codes with improved performance, A-Imam J. Al-Sammak (July 2010),  AEU International Journal of Electronics and Communications, Elsevier, Volume 64, Issue 7, Pages 624–628
    Journal link / Research area: Multiple access, Digital Communications

  3. Shortened Space Time Codes with rate greater than 1.0, A-Imam Al-Sammak (January-June 2010), International Journal of Computing & Information Technology (IJCIT), {ISSN: 0974-696X}, Vol 2, No 1, pp 93-101.
    Journal link / Research area: Multiple access, Digital Communications

  4. Performance of collaborative codes in CSMA/CD, Fayez Gebali and A. J. Al-Sammak5 (September/October 2006, European Transaction on Telecommunications, Volume 17,),pp 525-531.
    Journal link / Research area: Multiple access, Digital Communications

  5. A unified matrix representation for calculating entropy quantities, A. J. Al-Sammak (April 2006), Int. J. of Electrical Engineering Education, Volume 43 Issue 2, pp 164-172.
    Research area: Engineering Education, Digital Communications

  6. Development of engineering education in Bahrain, A. J. Al-Sammak and H Shehaby (summer 2006), IEEE Technology and Society Magazine, Vol. 25, No. 2, pp. 12 – 17.
    Journal link / Research area: Engineering Education

  7. Modelling CSMA/CA protocol for wireless channels that use collaborative codes modulation,  F. Gebali ;  A.J. Al-Sammak (2 June 2006 ), IEE Proceedings – Communications , Volume: 153, Issue: 3, pp: 405 – 409.
    Journal link / Research area: Multiple access, Digital Communications, modelling, performance evaluation

  8. Design of a multicode bi-phase encoder for data transmission, Raida Al-Alawi and A. J. Al-Sammak (February 2006), Journal of Circuits, Systems and Computers, Vol. 15, No. 01, pp. 1-12.
    Journal link / Research area: Line coding, Digital Communications

  9. An encoder for differential Manchester and inverse differential Manchester line codes, A. J. Al-Sammak and R. Al-Alawi (2005), Electronics, Information and Systems, Vol. 125,  No. 2 P 379-380.
    Journal link / Research area: Line coding, Digital Communications

  10. Markov chain analysis of collaborative codes in random multi access communication systems, Fayez Gebali,  A-Imam Al-Sammak (16 March 2005), Computer Communications, Volume 28, Issue 4, , Pages 441–448.
    Journal link / Research area: Multiple access, Digital Communications, modelling, performance evaluation

  11. Isa Janahi A-Imam Al-Sammak and Hisham Al-Shehabi, “Evaluation of Engineering Qualifications – Current Status and Hopes”, Engineering Educations, Federation of Arab Engineers, No. 35, July 2005, 46-48.
    Research area: Engineering Education

  12. Design of a new time orthogonal multiuser line code, A. J. Al-Sammak, R L Kirlin and P F. Driessen (August 2003), IEE proceedings – communications, Vol. 150, No. 4, pp. 244 – 248.
    Journal link / Research area: Multiple access, Digital Communications

  13. Encoder Circuit for inverse differential Manchester code Operating at any Frequency, A. J. Al-Sammak (6th June 2002), IEE Electronics Letters, Vol. 38, No. 12, pp. 567 – 568.
    Journal link / Research area: Line coding, Digital Communications

  14.  Five-user collaborative code with rate of 1.67, A. J. Al-Sammak (1 Feb 2001), Electronics Letters, Volume: 37, Issue: 3, pp. 183 – 184.
    Journal link / Research area: Multiple access, Digital Communications

  15. Optimal Control Strategies for Transients as well as Oscillatory Instability of Power Systems, A. M. Rahim, A. Al-Shehri and A J Al-Sammak (May 1993), IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 491-496.
    Journal link / Research area: Power system control

  16. Performance of Collaborative Codes in Random Multi-Access Communication Systems, A. J. Al-Sammak, N. Al-Laith and N. AL-Mahdi (November 1992(, Computer Communications, Vol. 15, No. 9, pp. 581 – 585.
    Research area: Multiple access, performance evaluation

  17. A Comparative Study between Petri Net and SLAM,  A. Taqi, A. J. Al-Sammak, A. Khan, and N. Al-Mahdi, , Simulation, Society for Computer Simulation (USA), Vol. 59, No. 5, November 1992, pp. 339-344.  (40th. Anniversary Issue).
    Journal link / Research area: Performance evaluation tools

  18. A Manchester CODEC for Optical Data Communication Link, A. J. Al-Sammak, K. Al-Ruwaihi and I. Al-Koheji (20 April, 1992), Applied Optics, Optical Society of America, Vol. 31, No. 12, pp. 2001 – 2004.
    Journal link / Research area: Line coding, digital communications

  19. Adjustable Frequency Dependent Switch, A. J. Al-Sammak and I.  Al-Gallaf (1991), Modeling, Simulation and Control, Pt: a, AMSE press, Vol. 38, No. 2, pp. 59-64.
    Research area: Electronics

  20. Optimum Switching of Dynamic Breaking Resistor, Reactor or Capacitor for Transient Stability of Power Systems, A.H.M.A. Rahim and A. J. Al-Sammak, (January 1991), IEE Proceedings-C, Vol. 138, No. 1, pp. 89-93.
    Research area: Power system control

  21. Modeling Computer Networks using SLAM, Advances in Modeling and Simulation, A. J. Al-Sammak, (1991), AMSE press, Vol. 31, No. 2, pp. 19-30.
    Journal link / Research area: Multiple access, performance evaluation

Conferences

  1. Ten 5-user collaborative codes with reduced constellation size, AJ Al-Sammak (July 7-10, 2008), 2008 International Conference on High Performance Computing, Networking and Communication Systems (HPCNCS-08), Orlando, Florida, USA,.
    Research area: Multiple access, digital communications

  2. Private engineering education in Bahrain, H Shehabi, AJ Al-Sammak, and I Janahi (August 2005), symposium on Private Engineering Education, Federation of Arab Engineers (FAE), Cairo, Egypt, (in Arabic).
    Research area: Engineering education

  3. A proposed scheme for combining ARQ with STBC to improve error performance, A. J. Al-Sammak and R L Kirlin (12-14 July 2004), Wireless 2004, Calgary, Canada.
    Research area: Multiple access

  4. “Evaluation of Engineering Education in Bahrain – Current status and hopes”, I Janahi, AJ Al-Sammak, and H Shehabi (May 2004), Symposium on Modern Techniques in Engineering Education and Training, Federation of Arab Engineers (FAE), Amman, Jordon,. (in Arabic).
    Research area: Engineering education

    1. J. Al-Sammak, R L Kirlin and P F. Driessen,” Some limits on orthogonal time multiple access code” IEEE PACRIM03, Victoria, Canada, 28 – 30 August 2003.

    Conference link / Research area: Multiple access, digital communications

  5. A Comparative study between Space-time Block codes (STBC) and Collaborative codes (CC), A. J. Al-Sammak, P F. Driessen and R L Kirlin (24 – 26 March 2003), International Symposium on Wireless Systems and Networks 2003 (ISWSN03), Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.
    Research area: Multiple access, digital communications

  6. Design of a two-slot time orthogonal line / multiple access code, A. J. Al-Sammak, R L Kirlin and P F. Driessen (24 – 26 March 2003), International Symposium on Wireless Systems and Networks 2003 (ISWN03), Dhahran, Saudi Arabia.
    Research area: Multiple access, digital communications

  7.  Markov chain analysis of collaborative codes in wireless random access channels, Fayez Gebali and A. J. Al-Sammak (23-24 September 2002), IEEE International Symposium on Advances in Wireless Communications (ISWC’02), Victoria, BC, Canada, pp 25-26, Proceedings editors: M S Alouni and T A Guliver.
    Research area: Multiple access, digital communications, modelling, performance evaluation

  8. Design of a new Line Code, A. J. Al-Sammak, R. l. Kirlin and P.F. Driessen (4-6 March 2002), International Symposium on Advanced Radio Technologies (ISART 2002), Organized by US Institute for Telecommunication Sciences, co-sponsored by IEEE, NITS (USA), Boulder, Colorado, USA.
    Research area: Multiple access, digital communications

  9. Towards a fair system of engineering scholarship distribution, A. J. Al-Sammak and M. Al-Hermi (26-28 March 2001), 6th GCC Engineering Symposium, Doha, Qatar. (in Arabic).
    Research area: Engineering education

  10.  An encoder not sensitive to clock variations for ‘inverse differential Manchester’ code, A. J. Al-Sammak (4-6 April 1998), First International Symposium on Communication Systems and Digital Signal Processing (CSDSP 98), Sheffield, UK.
    Research area: Line coding, digital communications

  11. “A 12-step Voltage Source Inventor Control Circuit for Induction Motor Drives, R. Khan and A. J. Al-Sammak (6-10 October 1996), IEEE Industry Applications Society Annual Meeting, San Diego. USA.
    Research area: Power electronics

  12. Telecommunication Technology Development in the Arab World and the Role of Arab Universities, S. Bakry, and A. J. Al-Sammak (18-22 March 1990), Technology Management, , Arabian Gulf University, Bahrain.
    Research area: Technology development

  13. Application of Computer Simulation in Manufacturing Industry, A. J. Al-Sammak and N. Al-Mahdi (November 1988), Symposium on Industrial Production and Marketing Development in Bahrain, Bahrain Society of Engineers, Bahrain.
    Research area: Performance evaluation

  14. The Role of Continuing Education in Training and Development, N. Al-Mahdi and A. J. Al-Sammak (November 1988), Symposium on Industrial Production and Marketing Development in Bahrain, Bahrain Society of Engineers, Bahrain.
    Research area: Engineering education

  15. “Simulation Performance Study of the Aloha Network”, A. J. Abdul-Reda and P.G. Farrell (April 1988), IEEE Phoenix Computer and Communications Conference (PCCC 88), Phoenix, Arizona, USA.
    Conference link / Research area: Performance evaluation

  16. “Performance of Collaborative Coding Scheme for Frequency Sharing in Mobile Radio”, A. J. Abdul-Reda and P.G. Farrell (10-15 September 1984), IEE Int. Conference on Mobile Radio Systems and Techniques, York, UK.
    Research area: Performance evaluation

Patents

  • A. J. Al-Sammak “Multipurpose Encoder and Decoder System”, UK patent GB2374768, 5 May 2004.
  • A.J. Al-Sammak “A Multipurpose CODEC not Sensitive to Clock Variations and Operating at any Frequency”, Ministry of Commerce, Bahrain, January 2000.
  • A.J. Al-Sammak and K.M. AL-Ruwaihi, “An Encoder/ Decoder for Manchester code”, No: GB 2259632, UK.
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