Dr. Monir Hossen, SMIEEE, FIEB
Professor
Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering (ECE)
Khulna University of Engineering & Technology (KUET)
Khulna -9203, Bangladesh. Phone: +88041769468-257
Cell: +8801714087380, Mail : mhossen@ece.kuet.ac.bd, mnrhossen@yahoo.com
Website : www.kuet.ac.bd/ece/monir/
Most welcome and thank you very much for visiting my website. My main research intention focuses on designing a modern city called ubiquitous city (u-City). A u-City is an autonomous city. A significant number of service providers such as fiber-to-the-home (FTTH), wireless sensor networks (WSNs), high-definition television (HDTV) or video on demand (VoD), and Femto networks (FNs), will comprise in the modern u-Cities. Each home and business appliance in a future u-City will be equipped with several sensor nodes remotely monitored by the owners and service providers. Usually, sensor nodes will send notifications to the central office (CO) concerning any abnormality of any household or commercial device that is expected to be deployed in the u-Cities, e.g., gas systems, temperature and pressure monitoring systems, electric sparking and smoke detection systems, automobile systems, and medical sensor nodes in a hospital. However, constructing a closed, specific-use network for each individual application and accommodating several users using different access terminals and servers require an enormous amount of time and expense. To overcome the enormous expense and deployment of several backbone networks for all the service providers, I have proposed a passive optical network (PON)-based converged network to connect the FTTH and WSNs in a single optical network, because the PON systems have enough bandwidth that can effectively share the upstream channel and the CO equipments over the high-speed and high-capacity bandwidth demands. The main objectives of my present researches are to provide a suitable network architecture and dynamic bandwidth allocation (DBA) algorithm for the PON-based hybrid networks for combining several service providers in a u-city with reduced overhead and better quality of services (QoSs). If my present research outcomes are implemented then the several service providers of developed countries, e.g., USA, Japan, Korea, and Europe, will be connected by a single PON that will reduce the installation cost of new networks deployment. In my future research, I would like to extend my PON-based hybrid network concept for the open access network (OAN) in the over populated areas of developing countries, e.g., Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, etc., where the network cost per user will be less and provided that the better QoSs will be guaranteed.
Last Update: 09 Aug 2022