Modar Shbat

Universidad Politécnica de San Luis Potosí Mexico

Dr. Modar Shbat graduated from Damascus University, Faculty of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering as an electronics engineer in 2003. In 2005, he obtained a postgraduate diploma in Communications Engineering from the same university. He received his master’s degree (MSc) in Information and Communications Engineering from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), South Korea, in 2008. He obtained his PhD degree in Electronics Engineering from Kyungpook National University (KNU), South Korea (Signal Processing Lab), in February 2014. Currently, Dr. Modar works for Polytechnic University of San Luis Potosi (Mexico) as an assistant professor in Telematics Engineering Department. His research interests include signal detection and processing algorithms, spectrum sensing in cognitive radio, smart antennas and beam-forming algorithms, and others. Dr. Modar Shbat’s scientific work and research accomplishments are published in peer-reviewed journals and books and presented in international conferences.

Modar Shbat

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Spatial processing and smart antenna beam formation are considered as completely essential approaches to be employed for forthcoming progress in the standards and implementation of the wireless communication systems. The book aims, besides introducing up-to-date contributions that are not readily available in the related literature, to present and demonstrate the recent research ideas in the field of antenna array design and beam-forming algorithms in a synthetic, coherent, and unified manner for the interested researchers. The presented topics range from relatively straightforward mathematical analysis and derivations to simulation and empirical results. The book is designed to serve as an informative reference for the researcher involved in the analysis of the spatial signal processing techniques for smart antenna systems. The book will help the readers, in particular wireless communication researchers, to have wider futuristic and innovative visions for the advances in the field.

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