Mohammad Haider
Mohammad Haider
Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Alabama at Birmingham
Verified email at uab.edu - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Low-power low-voltage current readout circuit for inductively powered implant system
MR Haider, SK Islam, S Mostafa, M Zhang, T Oh
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems 4 (4), 205-213, 2010
572010
Flexible capacitive sensors for high resolution pressure measurement
E Pritchard, M Mahfouz, B Evans, S Eliza, M Haider
SENSORS, 2008 IEEE, 1484-1487, 2008
572008
An inductive link-based wireless power transfer system for biomedical applications
MA Adeeb, AB Islam, MR Haider, FS Tulip, MN Ericson, SK Islam
Active and Passive Electronic Components 2012, 2012
532012
Power-oscillator based high efficiency inductive power-link for transcutaneous power transmission
Q Ma, MR Haider, S Yuan, SK Islam
2010 53rd IEEE International Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems, 537-540, 2010
382010
A low power sensor signal processing circuit for implantable biosensor applications
M Zhang, MR Haider, MA Huque, MA Adeeb, S Rahman, SK Islam
Smart Materials and Structures 16 (2), 525, 2007
332007
Design and construction of single phase pure sine wave inverter for photovoltaic application
R Haider, R Alam, NB Yousuf, KM Salim
2012 International Conference on Informatics, Electronics & Vision (ICIEV …, 2012
312012
Sensors and low power signal processing
SK Islam, MR Haider
Springer Science & Business Media, 2009
302009
A low-power capacitance measurement circuit with high resolution and high degree of linearity
MR Haider, MR Mahfouz, SK Islam, SA Eliza, W Qu, E Pritchard
2008 51st Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems, 261-264, 2008
302008
Development of a three phase induction motor controller for solar powered water pump
NB Yousuf, KM Salim, R Haider, MR Alam, FB Zia
2nd International Conference on the Developments in Renewable Energy …, 2012
252012
99.3% Efficient three-phase buck-type all-SiC SWISS Rectifier for DC distribution systems
L Schrittwieser, M Leibl, M Haider, F Thöny, JW Kolar, TB Soeiro
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics 34 (1), 126-140, 2018
202018
A high efficiency inductive power link and backward telemetry for biomedical applications
Q Ma, MR Haider, SK Islam
SENSORS, 2010 IEEE, 89-93, 2010
202010
Wideband injection-locked frequency divider based on a process and temperature compensated ring oscillator
R Vijayaraghavan, SK Islam, MR Haider, L Zuo
IET circuits, devices & systems 3 (5), 259-267, 2009
202009
Enhanced class associative generalized fringe-adjusted joint transform correlation for multiple target detection
MH Haider, MN Islam, MS Alam
Optical Engineering 45 (4), 048201, 2006
202006
Ultra-low-power high sensitivity spike detectors based on modified nonlinear energy operator
YG Li, Q Ma, MR Haider, Y Massoud
2013 IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (ISCAS2013), 137-140, 2013
182013
A low-loss rectifier unit for inductive-powering of biomedical implants
Q Ma, MR Haider, Y Massoud
2011 IEEE/IFIP 19th International Conference on VLSI and System-on-Chip, 86-89, 2011
18*2011
A low-power signal processing unit for in vivo monitoring and transmission of sensor signals
MR Haider, SK Islam, M Zhang
Sensors and Transducers 84 (10), 1625-1632, 2007
172007
Microcantilever array pressure measurement system for biomedical instrumentation
W Qu, SK Islam, MR Mahfouz, MR Haider, G To, S Mostafa
IEEE Sensors Journal 10 (2), 321-330, 2009
162009
Adoption of Improved Package of practices for Trans-planting Aman Rice Cultivation
MR Haider, A Halim, MA Kashem
Bangladesh Journal of Nuclear Agricultural 16, 77-84, 2001
162001
Indigenous management practices of betel-leaf (Piper betle L.) cultivation by the Khasia community in Bangladesh
MR Haider, A Khair, MM Rahman, MK Alam
NISCAIR-CSIR, India, 2013
132013
Efficient driving-capability programmable frequency divider with a wide division ratio range
M Zhang, SK Islam, MR Haider
IET circuits, devices & systems 1 (6), 485-493, 2007
122007
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20