Prof. Mohamed Bakry El-Mashade

Al-Azhar University, Egypt



1987  Ph.D., Universite de Montpellier, France

1982  M.Sc., Cairo University, Egypt

Publications (selected)

  1. El Mashade, M. B. (2002), “M-Correlated sweeps performance analysis of Mean-Level CFAR processors in multiple target environments”, IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems (AES), Vol.38, No.2, (April 2002), pp. 354-366.
  2. El Mashade, M. B. (1994), “M-sweeps detection analysis of cell-averaging CFAR processors in multiple target situations”, IEE Radar, Sonar Navig., Vol.141, No.2, (April 1994), pp. 103-108.
  3. El Mashade, M. B. (1995), “Analysis of the censored mean level CFAR processor in multiple target and nonuniform clutter”, IEE Radar, Sonar Navig., Vol.142, No.5, (Oct. 1995), pp. 259-266.
  4. El Mashade, M. B. (1998), “Performance analysis of OS family of CFAR schemes with incoherent integration of M-pulses in the presence of interferers”, IEE Radar, Sonar Navig., Vol.145, No.3, (June 1998), pp. 181-190.
  5. El Mashade, M. B. (1997), “Performance analysis of the excision CFAR detection techniques with contaminated reference channels”, Signal Processing “ELSEVIER”, Vol.60, (Aug. 1997), pp. 213-234.
  6. El Mashade, M. B. (1998), “Detection analysis of linearly combined order statistic CFAR algorithms in nonhomogeneous background environments”, Signal Processing “ELSEVIER”, Vol.68, (Aug. 1998), pp. 59-71.
  7. El Mashade, M. B. (2001), “Postdetection integration analysis of the excision CFAR radar target detection technique in homogeneous and nonhomogeneous environments”, Signal Processing “ELSEVIER”, Vol.81, (Aug. 2001), pp. 2267-2284.
  8. El Mashade, M. B. (1998), “Multipulse analysis of the generalized trimmed mean CFAR detector in nonhomogeneous background environments”, Int. J. Electron. Commun. (AEŰ), Vol.52, No.4, (Aug. 1998), pp. 249-260.
  9. El Mashade, M. B. (1999), “Partially correlated sweeps detection analysis of mean-level detector with and without censoring in nonideal background conditions”, Int. J. Electron. Commun. (AEŰ), Vol.53, No.1, (Feb. 1999), pp. 33-44.
  10. El Mashade, M. B. (2002), “Target Multiplicity Performance analysis of radar CFAR detection techniques for partially correlated chi-square targets”, Int. J. Electron. Commun. (AEŰ), Vol.56, No.2, (April 2002), pp. 84-98.
  11. El Mashade, M. B., Ashry, M. & Nasr, A. (2003), “Theoretical analysis of quantum-dot infrared photodetectors”, Semicond. Sci. technol. 18 (2003), pp. 891-900.
  12. El Mashade, M. B. (2005), “M-Sweeps exact performance analysis of OS modified versions in nonhomogeneous environments”, IEICE Trans. Commun., Vol.E88-B, No.7, (July 2005), pp. 2918-2927
  13. El Mashade, M. B., Ashry, M. & Nasr, A. (2005), “Performance analysis of quantum-well infrared photodetectors”, J. Opt. Commun. 26, pp.98-110, (March 2005).
  14. El Mashade, M. B. (2006), "Performance Comparison of a Linearly Combined Ordered-Statistic Detectors under Postdetection Integration and Nonhomogeneous Situations", Journal of Electronics (China), Vol.23, No.5,(September 2006), pp. 698-707.
  15. El Mashade, M. B. (2008), “Analysis of CFAR Detection of Fluctuating Targets”, Progress In Electromagnetics Research C, Vol.2, pp. 65-94, 2008.
  16. El Mashade, M. B. (2008), “Performance Analysis of OS Structure of CFAR Detectors in Fluctuating Target Environments”, Progress In Electromagnetics Research C, Vol.2, pp. 127-158, 2008
  17. El Mashade, M. B. (2008), “Performance Improvement of Adaptive Detection of Radar Target in an Interference Saturated Environment”, Progress in Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 2, pp.57-92, 2008.
  18. M. B. El Mashade and M. Nady (2009), “Analysis of Ultra-Short Pulse Propagation in Nonlinear Optical Fiber”, Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, Vol. 12, 219–241, 2009
  19. Mohamed B. El_Mashade & M. Nady (2011), "BOR-FDTD analysis of nonlinear fiber Bragg grating and distributed Bragg resonator", Optics & Laser Technology 43 (2011) 1065-1072.
  20. El Mashade, M. B. (2011), “Analysis of adaptive detection of moderately fluctuating radar targets in target multiplicity environments”, Journal of the Franklin Institute 348 (2011) 941–972.