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Miss Reham Almesaeed

Miss Reham Almesaeed

Miss Reham Almesaeed
BSc, MSc, PhD

Visiting Research Fellow

Area of research

3D channel modelling

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Merchant Venturers Building,
Woodland Road, Clifton BS8 1UB
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Precoding for MIMO OFDMA 4G systems The degree to w hich MIMO can enhance system performance depends on many factors, such as the propagation environment, the mitigation of inter and intra-cell interference, and the type of antennas used at the basestation and mobile terminal. Long Term Evolution (LTE) of 3G is the next major step in mobile radio communications and w ill adopt MIMO-OFDMA in order to cope w ith increased data rate demands and improved Quality of Service requirements. Precoding MU MIMO and scheduling techniques that exploit the spatial multi-user diversity and spatial capacity multiplexing gain w ill be considered. Interference suppression and Base Station Cooperation w ill also be examined.




Miss Reham Almesaeed received her BSc degree in 2007 from University Of Bahrain with first class honour in Computer Engineering. She is MSc certified in Communication networks and signal processing from university of Bristol (2010). She is working on her phD thesis in the field of 4G systems and advance wireless access.  Reham has been working as research and teaching assistant for the computer Engineering department, University of Bahrain.  Reham is working under the supervision of prof Andrew Nix, Dr Angela Doufexi  and Dr Naim Dahnoun. She deeply appreciates the encouragement and the trust her employer –University Of Bahrain- gave her for sponsoring her study. 


  • 1. 3D channel modelling 2. WiFi
  • White Fi PHY system 3. LTE-A systems



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