M. H. Md Khir
M. H. Md Khir
Associate Professor, Electrical & Electronics Department, Universiti
Verified email at petronas.com.my
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A wideband, frequency up-converting bounded vibration energy harvester for a low-frequency environment
K Ashraf, MHM Khir, JO Dennis, Z Baharudin
Smart materials and structures 22 (2), 025018, 2013
802013
Improved energy harvesting from low frequency vibrations by resonance amplification at multiple frequencies
K Ashraf, MHM Khir, JO Dennis, Z Baharudin
Sensors and Actuators A: Physical 195, 123-132, 2013
632013
A low-cost CMOS-MEMS piezoresistive accelerometer with large proof mass
MHM Khir, P Qu, H Qu
Sensors 11 (8), 7892-7907, 2011
432011
Fabrication and characterization of a CMOS-MEMS humidity sensor
JO Dennis, AY Ahmed, MH Khir
Sensors 15 (7), 16674-16687, 2015
302015
WI-FI energy harvester for low power RFID application
SSB Hong, RB Ibrahim, MHM Khir, MAB Zakariya, H Daud
Progress In Electromagnetics Research 40, 69-81, 2013
272013
Rectenna architecture based energy harvester for low power RFID application
SSB Hong, R Ibrahim, MHM Khir, H Daud, MA Zakariya
2012 4th International Conference on Intelligent and Advanced Systems …, 2012
212012
Neural network based STLF model to study the seasonal impact of weather and exogenous variables
MQ Raza, Z Baharudin, B Islam, MA Zakariya, MM Khir
Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology 6 (20 …, 2013
202013
A CMOS-MEMS piezoresistive accelerometer with large proof mass
M Haris, H Qu
2010 IEEE 5th International Conference on Nano/Micro Engineered and …, 2010
192010
Modelling and Simulation of the Effect of Air Damping on the Frequency and Quality factor of a CMOS-MEMS Resonator
JO Dennis, AY Ahmed, MHM Khir, AAS Rabih
Appl. Math. Infor. Sci.(AMIS) 9, 729-737, 2015
182015
Displacment amplification and latching mechanism using V-shape actuators in design of electro-thermal MEMS switches
JJ Khazaai, M Haris, H Qu, J Slicker
SENSORS, 2010 IEEE, 1454-1459, 2010
182010
A review on classifying abnormal behavior in crowd scene
AA Afiq, MA Zakariya, MN Saad, AA Nurfarzana, MHM Khir, AF Fadzil, ...
Journal of Visual Communication and Image Representation 58, 285-303, 2019
172019
A review of vibration-based MEMS hybrid energy harvesters
M Salim, HSS Aljibori, D Salim, MHM Khir, AS Kherbeet
Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology 29 (11), 5021-5034, 2015
172015
Aperture and mutual coupled cylindrical dielectric resonator antenna array
AA Baba, MAB Zakariya, Z Baharudin, MHM Khir, MZ ur Rehman, ...
Progress In Electromagnetics Research C 37, 223-233, 2013
162013
Reliability and fatigue analysis in cantilever-based MEMS devices operating in harsh environments
M Tariq Jan, N Hisham Bin Hamid, MH Md Khir, K Ashraf, M Shoaib
Journal of Quality and Reliability Engineering 2014, 2014
152014
Energy harvesting in a low frequency environment
K Ashraf, MHM Khir, JO Dennis
2011 National Postgraduate Conference, 1-5, 2011
152011
MEMS-based acetone vapor sensor for non-invasive screening of diabetes
AAS Rabih, JO Dennis, AY Ahmed, MHM Khir, MGA Ahmed, A Idris, ...
IEEE Sensors Journal 18 (23), 9486-9500, 2018
122018
Experimental investigation of temperature and relative humidity effects on resonance frequency and quality factor of CMOS-MEMS paddle resonator
MT Jan, F Ahmad, NHB Hamid, MHBM Khir, M Shoaib, K Ashraf
Microelectronics Reliability 63, 82-89, 2016
122016
Analysis of frequency up-conversion based vibration energy harvesting
K Ashraf, MHM Khir, JO Dennis
2011 IEEE Regional Symposium on Micro and Nano Electronics, 305-309, 2011
122011
Design and Modeling of MEMS Resonator for Magnetic Field Sensing using hybrid actuation technique
F Ahmad, JO Dennis, NH Hamid, MHM Khir, AY Ahmed
2010 IEEE Asia Pacific Conference on Circuits and Systems, 827-830, 2010
112010
Modeling and finite element analysis simulation of MEMS based acetone vapor sensor for noninvasive screening of diabetes
JO Dennis, AAS Rabih, MH Md Khir, MGA Ahmed, AY Ahmed
Journal of Sensors 2016, 2016
92016
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