August 15-18, 2011, Portland, Oregon

NANO 2011 Paper Abstract


Paper TuP1T6.2

Mahfuz, Mohammad Upal (University of Ottawa, Canada.), Makrakis, Dimitrios (University of Ottawa, Canada.), Mouftah, Hussein T (University of Ottawa)

A Comprehensive Study of Concentration-Encoded Unicast Molecular Communication with Binary Pulse Transmission

Scheduled for presentation during the Oral Session "Nano-Bio-Medicince: Nano/Bio-Medicine Materials and Sensors" (TuP1T6), Tuesday, August 16, 2011, 14:00−14:20, Mt Hood

IEEE NANO 2011 Conference, August 15-18, 2011, Portland Marriott Downtown, Portland, Oregon, USA

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Keywords Nano/bio-medicine, Nanorobotics, Nanomanufacturing, Nanoelectronics: Nanocircuits, Architectures


In this paper we present a set of performance metrics for a pulse-based concentration-encoded unicast molecular communication system between a pair of nanomachines. We have also evaluated the performance of these metrics in the form of desired signal and interference signal strengths, transient loss, intersymbol interference (ISI) characteristics, and detection sensitivity of a binary amplitude-modulated scheme. The performance metrics are found to have a significant dependence on data rate of the system and communication distance between the transmitter and the receiver.



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