About Associate Professor Dr. Muzammil Bin Jusoh

Associate Professor Dr. Muzammil Jusoh is currently Associate Professor at Faculty of Electronic Engineering Technology, Universiti Malaysia Perlis

He was formerly from School of Computer & Communication Engineering

ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3870-6773

Scopus Author ID: 24483755700

Email: Muzammil Jusoh

Research Interests

Wireless Communications

Antennas and Propagation

Cellular Communication

Recent Submissions

  • Location tracking system using wearable on-body GPS antenna 

    Thennarasan, Sabapathy; Mohd Amirudin, Mustapha; Muzammil, Jusoh; Shakhirul, Mat Salleh; Soh, Ping Jack (EDP Sciences, 2017)
    An on-body location tracking system is developed and integrated with a wearable GPS antenna. Such system is beneficial in human location tracking of patients and elderly within a radius of 1 km. The system consists of a ...
  • Performance Verification on UWB Antennas for Breast Cancer Detection 

    V., Vijayasarveswari; Muzammil, Jusoh; Thennarasan, Sabapathy; Rafikha Aliana, A. Raof; S., Khatun; Zahari Awang, Ahmad‬; Mohamed Nasrun, Osman (EDP Sciences, 2017)
    Breast cancer is a common disease among women and death figure is continuing to increase. Early breast cancer detection is very important. Ultra wide-band (UWB) is the promising candidate for short communication applications. ...
  • Traffic Adaptive Synchronized Cluster based MAC Protocol for Cognitive Radio Ad Hoc Network 

    Sahelee, Sultana; Amran, Hossain; Md. Obaidur, Rahman; Muzammil, Jusoh (EDP Sciences, 2017)
    In wireless communication, Cognitive Radio Network (CRN) is the contemporary research area to improve efficiency and spectrum utilization. It is structured with both licensed users and unlicensed users. In CRN, unlicensed ...
  • A Review on Recent T-way Combinatorial Testing Strategy 

    Nuraminah, Ramli; Rozmie Razif, Othman; Zahereel Ishwar, Abdul Khalib; Muzammil, Jusoh (EDP Sciences, 2017)
    T-way combinatorial testing aims to generate a smaller test suite size. The purpose of t-way combinatorial testing is to overcome exhaustive testing. Although many existing strategies have been developed for t-way combinatorial ...
  • A Computational Study on the Magnetic Resonance Coupling Technique for Wireless Power Transfer 

    Nur Atiqah, Zakaria; Muzammil, Jusoh; Nur Hafizah, Ghazali; M. N., Yasin; Thennarasan, Sabapathy; Mohamed Nasrun, Osman; ‪Mohd Zakimi, Zakaria (EDP Sciences, 2017)
    Non-radiative wireless power transfer (WPT) system using magnetic resonance coupling (MRC) technique has recently been a topic of discussion among researchers. This technique discussed more scenarios in mid-range field of ...
  • A study on Relay Effect via Magnetic Resonant Coupling for Wireless Power Transfer 

    Norafinie, Rashid; Mohd Najib, Mohd Yasin; Kamilia, Kamardin; N., Ramli; Muzammil, Jusoh; Sohiful Anuar, Zainol Murad; M.I., Sulaiman (EDP Sciences, 2016)
    Wireless power transfer (WPT) transmits electrical energy from a power source to an electrical load wirelessly or without any conductors. The capability of WPT to transmit the energy is limited. Therefore, a relay was ...
  • State-of-the-art developments of acoustic energy transfer 

    Md Rabiul Awal; Muzammil, Jusoh; Thennarasan, Sabapathy; Muhammad Ramlee, Kamarudin; Rosemizi, Abd Rahim (Hindawi Limited, 2016)
    Acoustic energy transfer (AET) technology has drawn significant industrial attention recently. This paper presents the reviews of the existing AETs sequentially, preferably, from the early stage. From the review, it is ...
  • Reconfigurable four-parasitic-elements patch antenna for high-gain beam switching application 

    Muzammil, Jusoh; Thennarasan, Sabapathy; Mohd Faizal, Jamlos, Dr.; Muhammad Ramlee, Kamarudin (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2014-01)
    A reconfigurable beamforming of a four-para-sitic-elements patch antenna (FPPA) for WiMAX application is presented. The proposed FPPA is successfully capable to steer the radiation pattern in azimuth planes (0°,45°, 135°, ...