VOL 6.1 SPL-2 Jan-Mar 2015



International Journal of Electronics & Communication Technology VOL 6.1, spl-2 Jan – Mar 2015
S.No. Research Topic Paper ID
01 Comparative Analysis of Various Types of Antenna Used in C Band For Satellite Communication
Dr. K. K. Saini, Mahak Saini

One of the medical devices we found when we visit a hospital care unit such device is ‘patient monitoring system’. This device (patient monitoring system) informs doctors and nurses about the patient’s physiological signals. However, this device (patient monitoring system) does not have a remote monitoring capability, which is necessitates constant onsite attendance by support personnel (doctors and nurses). Thus, we have developed a Remote Wireless Patient Monitoring System using some biomedical sensors and Android OS, which is a portable patient monitoring. This device(Remote Wireless Patient Monitoring System) monitors the biomedical signals of patients in real time and sends them to remote stations (doctors and nurse’s android Smartphone and web) for display and with alerts when necessary.
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02 Effect of Heat Treatment on Structural Properties of Nanocrystalline BaFe12O19 Hexaferrite Synthesized by Co-Precipitation Method
Jaspreet Singh, Naini Dawar, Amanjot Kaur, Dr. I.S. Hudiara

Two samples of M type nano Barium Hexaferritewith composition BaFe12O19 were synthesized using chemical co-precipitation method. These samples were calcined at 200°C, 400°C and 600°C each for 4 hours in a muffle furnace. X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) analysis was done for both the samples calcinated at 200°C, 400°C and 600°C. The size of crystallite was calculated using X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) analysis and Scherrer’s equation. It was found that the size of crystallite in sample 1 increased with increase in calcination temperature however in sample 2, the size of crystallite increased when the calcination temperature was increased from 200°C to 400°C but the size of crystallite decreased when the calcination was done at 600°C. The increase in size of crystallite could be due to the thermal expansion of the crystallite. The X-Ray Diffraction (XRD) analysis and results have been given in detail in the paper.
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03 Personal Electronic Gadgets: A Comprehensive Study on their Addiction and Sustainable Usage
Tanvir Singh, Amit Kumar, Dr. Yunfei Liu

Society has always been worrying about the term ‘Drug Addiction’ of our youth but ‘Gadget Addiction’ is a more critical area of concern in the present era and can be observed in today’s scenario where the young generation’s inclination towards the latest gadgets such as Smart Phones, Tablets, Laptops, etc. is posing a threat to the social infrastructure in the future. Teenagers are enthusiastic to remain online all the time so as to share numerous media files in their circle via various social platforms like Facebook, WhatsApp, Viber, Hike, etc. They are in serious relationship with their gadgets instead with their family members by virtue of which they are forgetting to form and maintain human relationships. Each day, millions of messages are sent by users whether it is text, image, audio or video file, which is justified by the telecom operators in terms of a huge growth in data usage in comparison to voice. In a nutshell, we can say that gadgets are becoming like an external body parts. Apart from this, electromagnetic radiations emitted by these gadgets are a vital point of concern. Number of studies and researches are going on to prove the health implications of mobile radiations.
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04 Improvement in Security Measures in MANETS
Neha Arya

With the advancement in technology the connectivity becomes major concern irrespective of the geographic location. There is an increasing threat of attacks on the wireless adhoc networks Black hole attack is a security threat in which the packet is redirected to a node that actually does not exist in the network. There should be a secure way for transmitting packet or information over a network which is quite challenging and vital issue. In this paper, we simulate the Ad hoc on Demand Vector Routing Protocol (AODV) under black hole attack by considering different performance metric. The simulation results show the effectiveness of black hole attack on AODV protocol.
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05 Protocols in MANETs: A Comparative Analysis DSR and AODV
Sumanpreet Kaur, Rahul Malhotra

Mobile Adhoc networks are complex distributed systems comprising of wireless mobile nodes which are self organizing and can move freely into different network topologies. A mobile adhoc network is a collection of nodes that is connected through a wireless medium forming rapidly changing topologies. In past years, different type of routing protocols for Mobile Ad hoc Networks have been developed for devices with higher computing features. This paper compares the performance of the adhoc ondemand distance vector routing protocol with dynamic source routing protocol for Mobile Ad hoc Networks. This paper focuses on adhoc ondemand distance vector routing protocol and dynamic source routing protocols for packets received and packets lost with variation in number of nodes.
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06 Renewable Sources of Energy Generation: Road Speed Brakers: New Horizon
Mehak Saini, Monica Dagar, Ritika, Neetika, Prof.[Dr.] K. K. Saini

The renewable sources of energy become more popular because of nonpolluting and easily available from the nature. The number of vehicles passing over the speed breaker on the road is increasing day by day. Such speed breakers are designed for heavy vehicles, thus increasing input torque and ultimately increasing the power as output. There are many suitable and compact mechanisms to enhance efficiency. The generated power can be utilized for the street lightening near the speed breakers and this will be highly beneficial for the rural areas also. In this paper it is mainly focused on the working of the rack and ratchet (pinion) mechanism which is used to develop the power from speed breakers. Practical implementation of this idea can discover a new horizon for generation of electricity.
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