Prof. Raed Mesleh has been with German Jordanian University, Amman, Jordan, since February 2016, where he is currently the dean of the school of electrical engineering and information technology, and a professor in the Department of Electrical and Communication Engineering. He received his PhD in 2007 from Jacobs University in Bremen, Germany. From 2007 to 2010, he was a postdoctoral fellow at Jacobs University. He was with the Electrical Engineering Department at the University of Tabuk in Saudi Arabia from 2010–2015. During that period, he held the position of department chair and the director of research excellence and intellectual property units at the deanship of scientific research. He was a visiting scholar at Boston University, the University of Edinburgh, and Herriot–Watt University. He invented spatial modulation technique during his PhD, and he is the inventor of quadrature spatial modulation and trellis coded spatial modulation. He published more than 200 journal and conference papers with an overall citation of more than 10000.
Massive MIMO communications, Beam-forming, Visible light communications (VLC), millimeter waves, femtocells, Hardware implementation, Cooperative diversity techniques, Diversity techniques and coding for fading channels, Channel estimation and equalization, OFDM and multi-carrier communication, Performance analysis over generalized fading channels, Terrestrial free-space optical (FSO) communication systems, Vehicular communications, and channel modeling.
|2020||Nareeman Jibreel, Salma Elkawafi, Abdelhamid Younis, Raed Mesleh,"Performance analysis of sparse code multiple access with variant MIMO techniques",Physical Communication,Volume 39, 2020,2020|
|2020||S. Althunibat, R. Mesleh, K. Qaraqe,"Quadrature Index Modulation Based Multiple Access Scheme for 5G and Beyond",IEEE Communications Letters,2020|
|2019||S. Althunibat, R. Mesleh, K. A. Qaraqe,"IM-OFDMA: A Novel Spectral Efficient Uplink Multiple Access Based on Index Modulation",IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology,vol. 68, no. 10, pp. 10315-10319, Oct.,2019|
|2019||S. Althunibat, R. Mesleh, T. F. Rahman,"A Novel Uplink Multiple Access Technique Based on Index-Modulation Concept",IEEE Transactions on Communications,vol. 67, no. 7, pp. 4848-4855, July,2019|
|2019||O. Hiari, R. Mesleh,"Generalized Receive Quadrature Space Modulation Techniques: Hardware Models and Analysis",IEEE 30th Annual International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC),Istanbul, Turkey, pp. 1-6. 2,2019|
|2019||R. Mesleh,"Impact of Channel Estimation Errors on the Capacity of Space Modulation Techniques",IEEE 30th Annual International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC),Istanbul, Turkey, pp. 1-6,2019|
|2019||Saud Althunibat, Osamah S. Badarneh, Raed Mesleh, Khalid Qaraqe,"A hybrid free space optical millimeter wave cooperative system",Optics Communications,Vol. 453, pp. 1-11,2019|
|2019||Saud Althunibat, Osamah S. Badarneh, Raed Mesleh,"Random Waypoint Mobility Model in Space Modulation Systems",IEEE Communications Letters,vol. 23, no. 5, pp. 884-887,2019|
|2018||Mesleh, R, Hiari, O, Younis, A,"Generalized space modulation techniques: Hardware design and considerations",Physical Communication, Elsevier,Vol. 26, pp. 87-95,2018|
|2017||Mesleh, R., Hiari, O, Younis, A, Alouneh, S,"Transmitter Design and Hardware Considerations for Different Space Modulation Techniques",IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications,pp. 1-11,2017|
|2017||Raed Mesleh, Omar Hiari, Abdelhamid Younis, Sahel Alouneh,"Transmitter Design and Hardware Considerations for Different Space Modulation Techniques",IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications,In press (published online),(Thomson Reuters ISI),2017|
|2017||Raed Mesleh , Salama Ikki, Iyad Tumar, Sahel Alouneh,"Decode-and-forward with quadrature spatial modulation in the presence of imperfect channel estimation",Journal of Physical Communication,Elsevier,Volume 24,2017, Pages 103-111. (Thomson Reuters ISI),2017|
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