محمد جمعة رمضان النعاس
عضو هيئة تدريس قار
المؤهل العلمي: دكتوراه
الدرجة العلمية: أستاذ مشارك
قسم علوم الحاسوب - مدرسة العلوم الأساسية
An Overview of the Development of Mobile Wireless Communication TechnologiesJournal Article
Mobile wireless technologies have followed different evolutionary (generation) paths aimed at unified target related to the
performance and efficiency in high mobile environment, which provides access to wide range of telecommunication services
including advanced mobile services supported by mobile and fixed networks. This paper illustrate the developments of the
mobile wireless communication, focus on the specification and capability for each technology to make an idea about the future
technology what will offer.
Mohammed Alnaas, (05-2018), American Journal of Computer Science and Engineering: international journal, 5 (2), 22-29
A Cross-Layer Decision for Mobile IP HandoverJournal Article
Network layer indications are not readily available upon a link change; therefore, general dependes on the network layer may introduce unnecessary delays due to network layer signaling for a simple link layer handover. If information could be gathered at link layer to determine the need for network layer signaling, then both the delay and signaling load could be really improved over the current standards of Mobile IP.
This paper presents a Cross-layer decision on two layer network and link layers to improve the performance of Enhanced Mobile IP (E-Mobile IP) handover in which reducing packet loss and latency during handover process.
Mohammed Alnaas, (08-2013), Lecture Notes on Software Engineering: international journal, 3 (1), 308-313
Performance Evaluation of Fast Handover in Mobile IPv6 Based on Link-Layer InformationJournal Article
Handover latency is the primary cause of packet loss resulting in performance degradation of standard Mobile IPv6. Mobile IPv6 with fast Handover enables a Mobile Node (MN) to quickly detect at the IP layer that it has moved to a new subnet by receiving link-related information from the link-layer; furthermore it gathers anticipative information about the new Access Point (AP) and the associated subnet prefix when the MN is still connected to the previous Corresponding Node (CN).
This paper proposes an enhancement to Fast Mobile IPv6 handover (FMIPv6), based on link layer information, we also present performance evaluations in terms of the packet loss and handover latency using evaluation models.
Mohammed Alnaas, (06-2010), Elsevier: Elsevier, 6 (83), 1644-1650