Proceedings of the Conference on Advances in Communication and Control Systems-2013

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Emotion estimation of physiological signals by using low power embedded system

Tanu Sharma, Bhanu Kapoor
Emotions are an essential and productive aspect of human thought or action and human thought is inherently emotional. Emotions are factors which vary as mood varies. When person experience different emotions then there is also change in physiological signals in human body and with this variation comes...

A preemptive scheduling and due date assignment for single-machine in batch delivery system

Neelam Tyagi, Mehdi Abedi, Ram Gopal Varshney
In this paper we have proposed a new linear mathematical model for due date assignment on the single machine scheduling problem in a batch delivery system. Some assumptions are used as due dates are controllable, dynamic job arrivals; unforced machine idle and preemption are allowed. In this paper we...

A Generic Process Model for Botnet Forensic Analysis

Meenakshi Thapliyal, Anchit Bijalwan, Neha Garg, Emmanuel Shubhakar Pilli
Botnets are becoming more hazardous in cyber crime when compared to other malicious activities. Security against botnets is a major concern. Botnet forensics is young science which can answer questions about how, what and where of damage done by bots. The forensic system deals with capturing, recording,...

An Optimized Sample Rate Converter for a software radio receiver on FPGA

Ashok Agarwal, B. Lakshmi
Abstract-Sample Rate Conversion(SRC) and channelization are the two necessary tasks to be implemented for the design of a radio receiver. For a multi-standard software radio with a very high intermediate frequency(IF), which is of the order of 80MHz and above, the implementation of a sample rate converter...

A Capital Shape Alphabet Encoding(CASE) Based Text Steganography

Sunita Chaudhary, Peeyush Mathur, Tarun Kumar, Richa Sharma
Steganography is the art and science of writing hidden messages in such a way that no one, apart from the sender and intended recipient, suspects the existence of the message. Steganography is a form of security through obscurity. Steganography algorithms uses cover media such as text, image, audio and...

Digital Image Watermarking Using 3 level Discrete Wavelet Transform

Pratibha Sharma, Shanti Swami
In this paper a digital image watermarking based on 3 level discrete wavelet transform (DWT) is presented & compare it with 1 & 2 levels DWT. In this technique a multi-bit watermark is embedded into the low frequency sub-band of a cover image by using alpha blending technique. During embedding, watermark...

Modeling and Control of Grid Connected Variable Speed PMSG Based Wind Energy System

Ankit Kumar Singh, Ram Krisham, Yograj Sood
In recent years, The advancement of power electronic technology, novel control strategies and new circuit topologies, the grid connected small wind turbine industry is primarily dominated by the permanent magnet synchronous generators (PMSG) have increasingly drawn interests to wind turbine manufactures....

Design & Simulation of Circular Patch Antenna for Multiband application of X Band Using Varactor Diodes

Pawan Pujari, Kirti Vyas, Bhoopendra Kumar Sharma
Wireless communication systems are evolving to- ward multi functionality. This multi functionality provides users with options of connecting to different kinds of wire- less services for different purposes at different times. It is highly desirable to develop single radiating element having capabilities...

VLSI IMPLEMENTATION OF OPTIMIZED REVERSIBLE BCD ADDER

Ruchi Gupta, Shivangi Tyagi
Reversible logic has received great attention in the recent years due to their ability to reduce the power dissipation which is the main requirement in low power digital design. It has wide applications advanced computing, low power CMOS design, Optical information processing, DNA computing, bio information,...

Thermography Based Hotspot Detection and Protection System

GURMEET SINGH, R.K. JARIAL, ANSHUL AGARWAL, SURESH KUMAR DOGRA
This paper is about the thermal diagnosis and control of electric machines or transformer using a Thermal image camera, color sensor, a microcontroller and a PLC. A color sensor is developed which respond to the colors of thermographic images and when overheating or Hot spot occurs it automatically give...

Live EHCPRs System

Deepa Chaudhary, N K Jain
A thinking machine is a system that perceives its environment, learns from it, and interacts with it intelligently as par the requirement in the prevailing situation. Knowledge representation in the EHCPRs system by employing multi encryption will enhance its learning; give better understanding, imagination...

Current Controlled Current-Mode SITO Biquad Universal Filter Using CCTAs

Chetan Chauhan, Ravindra Tomar, S. V. Singh, D. S. Chauhan
This paper presents a current controlled current-mode single input three output (SITO) biquad universal filter employing current conveyor trans-conductance amplifiers (CCTAs) as active element. It consists of two CCTAs, two grounded capacitors and three grounded resistors. The proposed filter simultaneously...

Development of a Planer Microstrip Metametarial Resonator for Wideband Applications

Nitin Kumar, S.C. Gupta
This paper introduces a new, planar microstrip metamaterial resonator, using two circular split-ring resonators, and an array of conducting wires. The structure was simulated from 1MHz to 15GHz showing negative refractive index in several frequency ranges with wideband characteristics. The s-parameter...

Impact of Packet Rate on Routing Protocols In Vehicular Communication System Using realistic movement patterns

Anil Kumar Bisht, Rabindra Singh
Vehicular Ad-hoc Network (VANET) has now been proven as a new emerging technology from the domain of ad-hoc networks that can be used to get better road safety and comfort of the passengers inside the vehicles. However due to mobility constraints and high dynamics, routing the time-critical information...

A Dual Band Microstrip Patch Antanna With Circular Polarization

NAZIA HASAN, S.C. Gupta
This paper proposes design of a microstrip patch antenna having circular polarization. To achieve circular polarization two slots are created at 45o and 135o in ‘X’ shape, at centre of the patch. This antenna has dual band characteristics at 3.6GHz and 3.5GHz, the polarization at 3.6GHz is circular while...

Performance Analysis of AODV, DYMO and Bellman Routing Protocols in Mobile Ad-Hoc Network

SEEMA RAHUL, SANJAY KUMAR MAURYA, YASHI RAJVANSHI, SANDIP VIJAY
One of the major challenges in wireless ad hoc network is the design of robust routing protocols. The routing protocols are designed basically to established correct and efficient paths between source and destination. In the recent years several routing protocols have been proposed in literature and...

Partial Transmit Sequence (PTS)-PAPR Reduction Technique in OFDM Systems with Reduced Complexity

Nikhil Arora, Prem Singh
OFDM systems have the inherent problem of a high peak to average power ratio (PAPR). OFDM Suffers as the no of Sub- carriers operating in the large dynamic range operates in the non-linear region of amplifier due to OFDM suffer the PAPR problem Application of high power amplifiers results in increased...

Text Security using 2D Cellular Automata Rules

Pratibha Sharma, Niranjan Lal, Manoj Diwakar
This paper deals with the secure transmission of text. Encryption is the most common method for hiding text from unauthorized access. Encryption provides only one level of security during transmission over the channel. The aim of this paper would be to provide 2 levels of security. First level comprises...

Bandwidth Enhancement With Proximity Coupled Stacked Circular Patch Configuration with Defected Ground Structures for WLAN Applications

Roshni Chaudhari, M. Samreen, S.B. Khant
This paper propose configuration of new wideband microstrip patch antenna for wireless communication such as WLAN. A new novel stacked with circular shape patch is presented with wide impedance bandwidth of 19.14 % is achieved. The antenna structure is designed and simulated. Simulated results for return...

A Low Power Dual Modulus Prescaler

Nikhil R. Shimpi, Shilpa P. Kodgire
CMOS refers to both, reduction in size and power consumption. Here, the Dual Modulus Prescaler is to be fabricated in 90 nm technology. It basically comprises of AND logic which controls the pulses produced at the output i.e. 1 or 2 pulses that need to be generated at the output, from 256/257 input pulses...

Comparison of LSB and Subband DCT Technique for Image Watermarking

Yogesh Jadav
Digital Image watermarking is the process of hiding the digital data in the Image. It is used to protect the content of Image by insertion of digital mark into the Image. In this paper Least Significant Bit (LSB) based spatial domain technique and Sub band Discrete Cosine Transform (DCT) domain techniques...

Smart wheel chair for physically handicapped people using tilt sensor and IEEE 802.15.4 standard protocol

Puneet Dobhal, Nishant Singh Bisht, Rajesh Singh, Bhupendra Singh, Shubham Murari
Approximately 6 million people in the world face the problem of disability due to paralysis of various degrees. Paralysis is caused by impairment of nervous system disabling the people from performing various common functions. This paper provides a wireless system that can be used by disabled people...

Integration of GPS/INS Navigation System with Application of Fuzzy Corrections

M. Raja, Harpreet Singh Sidhu,, N. Adhiyaman,Teja, A.K. Dharma
The integration of GPS/ INS based on Artificial Intelligence is presented.The data from GPS and Inertial Navigation System (INS) are used to construct a structured knowledge base consisting of behavior of INS in some special scenarios of vehicle motion. With the same data, the proposed fuzzy system is...

Avionics System Design of Vertical Take off and Landing UAV

Amit Joshi, Sakshi Kukreti
This paper presents the details of avionics system design of a quadrotor. It uses the direction cosine matrix approach to identify the coordinates of the quadrotor and then using PID controller it tries to minimize the drifting error. The aim of the paper is to develop a system which uses a small amount...

Design And Simulation of Internal Multiband Planar Inverted- F Antenna For Mobile Terminals

Neha Singh, R.P.S Gangwar
A multiband double L shaped internal PIFA with a parasitic element for wireless terminal is presented. With the proposed design scheme, a 5-band internal antenna that covers WLAN 2.4 GHz/ Bluetooth, WiMAX(2.3-2.4GHz), WiBro(2.30-2.39 GHz),WLAN 5.2 GHz and WLAN 5.8 GHz is simulated using commercial electromagnetic...

Protecting dynamic multicast session in optical networks

L.Nirmala Devi, V.M.Pandhari Pande
Recent advances in wavelength division Multiplexing (WDM) technology are expected to facilitate bandwidth –intensive multicast applications. However, a single fiber (bundle) cut on such a networks can disrupt the transmission of information to several destination nodes on a light tree based multicast...

DESIGN ANALYSIS OF THREE AND FOUR INSET FEED MICROSTRIP PATCH ANTENNA

Raj Gusain, Ajay Singh, S. C. Gupta, Sandip Vijay
This paper presents comparison of three and four feed microstrip patch antenna. Return loss of the proposed antennas are analyzed at operating frequency range 1 to 10 GHz. The proposed antenna is simulated using HFSS11 software. The epoxy and inset feeding is used as the substrate material and designing...

Performance of a Swastik Shape Microstrip Patch Antenna With Wide Bandwidth

Beena Beena, Paritosh Kumar, Amit Kumar Gupta, R.K. Prasad
In this paper, a novel swastik shape microstrip patch antenna with enhanced bandwidth is presented and discussed. The proposed design offers low profile,enhanced bandwidth and compact antenna element. The maximum gain is 3.61 dBi at 2.5 GHz, antenna efficiency is 88.20% while the radiation efficiency...

Advanced Applications using Cooperative Wireless Networks

S.R. Dikondwar, Gautam Chopra
In this paper, we propose Advanced applications in prominent fields such as Agriculture, Biomedical & Telemetry, Electronics & Telecommunications, Defence and Satellite communications using cooperative communication. The single sensor or array of sensors are interfaced with hard wire or wireless sensor...

Implementation of the technique of Space minimization for Counting Sort algorithm

Sanjeev Kumar Sharma, Prem Sagar Sharma
Today we consider the question of whether it is possible to sort without the use of comparisons. They answer is yes, but only under very restrictive circumstances. Many applications involve sorting small integers (e.g. sorting the employees according employee Id, sorting the list of students according...

An Automated Technique for Criminal Face Identification Using Biometric Approach

Jyoti Nautiyal, Shivali Gahlot, Pawan Kumar Mishra
Face recognition has become a popular area of research in computer vision, it is typically used in network security systems and access control systems but it is also useful in other multimedia information processing areas. One of its application is criminal face identification. Criminal record generally...

A CPW-fed Broadband Swastik Shape PIFA for WiMAX (3.5 GHz) Application

Ramesh Patel,, Jagannath Malik, Kumar Goodwill, M.V. Kartikeyan,, R. Nath
A cpw-fed Swastik shape Broadband planar inverted f antenna (PIFA) for WiMAX application has been proposed. Broadband operation (3.27 GHz to 4.02 GHz) is achieved by proper broadband matching at both the resonances (resonance due to even mode and resonance due to odd mode) due to modified cpw feed. Proposed...

Providing Security to Cloud Computing through MAC

Paridhi Singhal, Niranjan Lal, Manoj Diwakar
Cloud computing is the use of computing resources (hardware and software) that are delivered as a service over a network (typically the Internet). The name comes from the use of a cloud-shaped symbol as an abstraction for the complex infrastructure it contains in system diagrams. Cloud computing entrusts...

Survey and Taxonomy of Soft Handoff in 3rd Generation CDMA based System

Shalini Aggarwal, Shiv K. Tomar, Alok Aggarwal, Sanjeev Sharma
During handoff an ongoing call is transferred from one cell to another as a user moves through the coverage area of a cellular system. This paper presents an overview and critical analysis of published work over handoff performance both in uplink and downlink direction. Further it discusses with future...

Performance analysis of DYMO and Bellman Ad hoc Routing Protocol for various Battery models in MANET using Qualnet

SANJAY KUMAR MAURYA, SEEMA RAHUL, YASHI RAJVANSHI, SANDIP VIJAY
It is a challenge area in the field of ad hoc networks to support prioritized routing for time sensitive applications, such as multimedia communications, IP telephony and interactive games. However the existing protocols did not consider the special battery discharging behavior of wireless devices. The...

VHDL Implementation of a prototype switching system

Prashant Rai, Anuj Kumar Sharma, Gaurav Verma, Varun Kumar Kakar
Switching system implies data transmission between two communicating entities. This transmission can be either via trunks or it can be completely wireless, technically termed as Telephone Switching and Mobile switching, respectively. We report the implementation of a switching system using very high...

Performence Comparison of DSDV, AODV and DSR for Mobile Ad HOC Network by Varying Network Size

Priyanka Jangir, Saurabh Mishra
Mobile Ad Hoc network (MANET) is a collection of mobile nodes connected through a wireless link resulting in formation of temporary network without any assistance from existing infrastructure or any kind of centralized administration. The performance of an Ad Hoc network depends on the kind of routing...

Adaptive License Plate Detection

Pramod U. Chavan, Parag Kulkarni, Amit Khandebharad, Dattatray Khope
License plate detection process can be divided in two parts 1] plate extraction, 2] character segmentation. License plate detection relies on illumination conditions, background and mainly on camera resolution. There is absence of any common standard to compare various algorithms for a LPD system, because...

Comparative analysis of Microstrip Patch Antenna using different substrate and observe effect of changing parameter at 5.4 GHz

Brajlata Chauhan, Sandip Vijay, S.C. Gupta
In this paper, an attempt has been made to design Edge Feed Microstrip , VSWR, phase chactersrtics and observed effect of different parameter by hanging height for all substrate in terms of return losses. The matching act as high radiator for low dielectric and low radiator for high dielectric

Analysis of LMS Algorithm in Wavelet Domain

Pankaj Goel, Sonam Rai, Mahesh Chandra, V.K. Gupta
In this paper Time Domain Least Mean Square (LMS) algorithm and Wavelet Transform Domain Least Mean Square (WDLMS) algorithm with Daubechies wavelets are used to minimize the undesired noise from speech signals. The performance of this algorithm using different Daubechies wavelets db1, db5 and db10 are...

Performance and Sensitivity Analysis of Path Loss Models for WiMAX Signals

Rahul Pathak, Mohit Katiyar
The paper depicts investigation related to path loss estimation and overall performance of both theoretical and experimental propagation models. Performance of propagation models namely, SUI, Okumara-Hata and COST- 231 has been analyzed and compared with the experimental results obtained for frequency...

A Novel Small-Size Quad Band Internal PIFA for GPS L1/Bluetooth/LTE2500/WiMAX/HIPERLAN1 Applications

Mayank Agarwal, Rajesh Singh, Manoj K. Meshram
A novel quad band planar inverted F-antenna along with an added resonating copper arm working in GPS L1/Bluetooth/LTE2500/WiMAX/HIPERLAN1 is presented. The proposed antenna occupies a volume of 25 x 10 x 5.8 mm3 over the mobile circuit board. Parametric investigations of some important parameters are...

Coverage and Analysis of Obstructed Indoor WLAN using Simulation Software and Optimization Technique

Leena Arya, S.C. Sharma
WLAN is a flexible data communication system implemented as an extension to or as an alternative for, a wired LAN. This paper presents the placement of access points (AP) as a nonlinear optimization problem. The work explores the measured data in terms of signal strength in the indoor WLAN 802.11g at...

A Survey on Spectrum Sensing Techniques for Cognitive Radio

Manish Jaiswal, Anuj Kumar Sharma, Vikash Singh
Natural frequency spectrum is scared resource; the efficient use of it can only accommodate the need of future computing world. But efficient use of it is not possible within the existing system, where the allocation of spectrum is done based on fixed spectrum access (FSA) policy. Many surveys show that...

Simulation of QPSK Modulation Technique in CDMA System Using Rician Channel

Ashwani Awasthi, Deepak Singh, Vikas Srivastava
This paper presents a study of the QPSK (Quadrature Phase Shift Keying) modulation technique using rician channel in CDMA (Code division multiple access) systems. The selection of good modulation technique is a important factor for analyzing the performance of communication system. The simulated result...

Development of Semantic E-Learning Web using Protégé

Akhilesh Dwivedi, Aparna Bawankan
This paper holds a research about the Semantic Web and E-learning along with a proposed model for a Semantically Active E-Learning system. This system makes use of some E-Learning agents, semantic web services, ontologies and properties of ontology. Protégé is used to implement this E-Learning system.

Performance Analysis of Reduced Order Aircraft Bank Angle Control System

Naafees Ahmed, Gagan Singh, M. Samir, Hussain Ahmad
Order reduction is very important issue in control system. Analysis, simulation and response of a lower order system are simple and fast. So in this paper, a simple but very effective approach based on Routh Criterion is used to determine reduced order model of an unstable open-loop system. Aircraft...

SOLAR POWERED PMDC MOTOR DRIVE

Mohan Kashyap, Saurabh Chanana, Jai Singh Arya
In order to make solar energy competitive with the other forms of renewable energies, a better exploitation of its advantages especially environmental side, this will be possible only with the development of the less expensive and high output efficiency systems. In this paper, the modeling and simulation...

Adaptive Modulation and Coding in COFDM for WiMAX Using LMS Channel Estimator

B. Siva Kumar Reddy, B. Lakshmi
The OFDM technique is predominantly used during the implementation of WiMAX Physical layer. This paper focuses on the PHY-layer design aspects, namely, modulation and coding techniques associated. OFDMA, an extension of OFDM, makes use of Adaptive Modulation and Coding techniques to improve efficiency,...

Effect of Gap on the Koch Fractal Shaped End Coupled Microstrip Bandpass Filter

Gurpreet Kaur Kohli, Yashi Rajvanshi, Mayank Khurana, Pravesh Singh
In this paper the Koch Fractal shaped Microstrip End Coupled Half-wavelength Bandpass Filter is used to show the effect of space gap on the response with an center frequency of 2.02 Ghz . As the filters are the key elements of telecommunications and radar systems and are important items in the performance...