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Mahyar Shirvanimoghaddam
Mahyar Shirvanimoghaddam
Senior Lecturer, The University of Sydney
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Massive non-orthogonal multiple access for cellular IoT: Potentials and limitations
M Shirvanimoghaddam, M Dohler, S Johnson
IEEE Communications Magazine 55 (9), 55-61, 2017
4202017
Ultra-reliable low latency cellular networks: Use cases, challenges and approaches
H Chen, R Abbas, P Cheng, M Shirvanimoghaddam, W Hardjawana, ...
IEEE Communications Magazine 56 (12), 119-125, 2018
3962018
Short Block-length Codes for Ultra-Reliable Low-Latency Communications
M Shirvanimoghaddam, MS Mohamadi, R Abbas, A Minja, C Yue, ...
IEEE Communications Magazine, 2018
3722018
Grant-free non-orthogonal multiple access for IoT: A survey
MB Shahab, R Abbas, M Shirvanimoghaddam, SJ Johnson
IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials 22 (3), 1805-1838, 2020
3592020
Cellular, wide-area, and non-terrestrial IoT: A survey on 5G advances and the road toward 6G
M Vaezi, A Azari, SR Khosravirad, M Shirvanimoghaddam, MM Azari, ...
IEEE Communications Surveys & Tutorials 24 (2), 1117-1174, 2022
3222022
Towards a Green and Self-Powered Internet of Things Using Piezoelectric Energy Harvesting
M Shirvanimoghaddam, K Shirvanimoghaddam, MM Abolhasani, ...
IEEE Access 7, 94533-94556, 2019
2062019
On the fundamental limits of random non-orthogonal multiple access in cellular massive IoT
M Shirvanimoghaddam, M Condoluci, M Dohler, SJ Johnson
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications 35 (10), 2238-2252, 2017
1542017
A novel analytical framework for massive grant-free NOMA
R Abbas, M Shirvanimoghaddam, Y Li, B Vucetic
IEEE Transactions on Communications 67 (3), 2436-2449, 2018
1362018
Codebook-based training beam sequence design for millimeter-wave tracking systems
D Zhang, A Li, M Shirvanimoghaddam, P Cheng, Y Li, B Vucetic
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 18 (11), 5333-5349, 2019
892019
Near-capacity adaptive analog fountain codes for wireless channels
M Shirvanimoghaddam, Y Li, B Vucetic
IEEE Communications Letters 17 (12), 2241-2244, 2013
782013
Probabilistic rateless multiple access for machine-to-machine communication
M Shirvanimoghaddam, Y Li, M Dohler, B Vucetic, S Feng
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 14 (12), 6815-6826, 2015
752015
Real-time remote estimation with hybrid ARQ in wireless networked control
K Huang, W Liu, M Shirvanimoghaddam, Y Li, B Vucetic
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 19 (5), 3490-3504, 2020
652020
Massive Multiple Access Based on Superposition Raptor Codes for M2M Communications
M Shirvanimoghaddam, M Dohler, SJ Johnson
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 16 (1), 307-319, 2017
63*2017
Random access for M2M communications with QoS guarantees
R Abbas, M Shirvanimoghaddam, Y Li, B Vucetic
IEEE Transactions on Communications 65 (7), 2889-2903, 2017
592017
Nonorthogonal HARQ for URLLC: Design and analysis
F Nadeem, M Shirvanimoghaddam, Y Li, B Vucetic
IEEE Internet of Things Journal 8 (24), 17596-17610, 2021
412021
A revisit to ordered statistics decoding: Distance distribution and decoding rules
C Yue, M Shirvanimoghaddam, B Vucetic, Y Li
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory 67 (7), 4288-4337, 2021
402021
Performance analysis and optimization of NOMA with HARQ for short packet communications in massive IoT
F Ghanami, GA Hodtani, B Vucetic, M Shirvanimoghaddam
IEEE Internet of Things Journal 8 (6), 4736-4748, 2020
392020
Raptor codes in the low SNR regime
M Shirvanimoghaddam, S Johnson
IEEE Transactions on Communications 64 (11), 4449-4460, 2016
392016
Index modulation aided uplink NOMA for massive machine type communications
MB Shahab, SJ Johnson, M Shirvanimoghaddam, M Chafii, E Basar, ...
IEEE Wireless Communications Letters 9 (12), 2159-2162, 2020
372020
A new density evolution approximation for LDPC and multi-edge type LDPC codes
S Jayasooriya, M Shirvanimoghaddam, L Ong, G Lechner, SJ Johnson
IEEE Transactions on Communications 64 (10), 4044-4056, 2016
352016
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