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Volume 1, Issue 4 September 2013

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A new Model of patch antenna for performance improvement
Author: Dr. A. K. Mehta
Abstract: A stacked kind stair-case patch antenna with stuff substrate (εr= 2.33) has been formed and is on paper demonstrated. in contrast to standard microstrip antenna it shows remarkable improvement in information measure (around 20%) furthermore as gain (around 10.5 dBi). The projected structure is meant with 2 identical stair-case patches. Thorough investigations of the projected antenna along side the elucidation of information measure and gain sweetening area unit bestowed .
Technique for color improvement in the compressed domain
Author: k.K. Singh
Abstract: This paper is to reinforce the vision clarity, to counterpoint its perceptive read. Direct observation and recorded color pictures of constant scenes are usually strikingly different as a result of human seeing computes the conscious illustration with vivid color and detail in shadows, and with resistance to spectral shifts within the scene fuel. This paper presents a replacement technique for color improvement in the compressed domain. The projected technique is easy however more effective than a number of the prevailing techniques reportable earlier. The novelty lies during this case in its treatment of the chromatic parts, whereas previous techniques treated solely the luminosity element. this can be simplified with the usage luminance element as a result of it adjusts the brightness alone. Thus results of all previous techniques beside that of the proposed one are compared with regard to those obtained by applying a spacial domain color improvement technique that appears to supply excellent improvement .
Shortest path routing in Mobile Ad-hoc Network (MANET)
Author: Ms, Sonam Singh, Dr. Pankaj Kumar
Abstract: With the advancement in wireless communications, more and more wireless networks seem, e.g., Mobile Ad-hoc Network (MANET), Wireless sensing element Network (WSN), etc. Shortest path routing is incredibly economical because it saves time and economically beneficial in terms of value. One among the foremost necessary characteristics in mobile wireless networks is that the topology dynamics, that is, the topology changes over time due to energy conservation or node quality. In recent years, the routing downside has been well addressed victimisation intelligent optimization techniques, e.g., Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs), Genetic Algorithms (GAs), Particle Swarm improvement (PSO), etc. During this paper we'll discuss these algorithms on varied wireless networks.
Application of Distributed source cryptography in wireless network
Author: M.k.Sharma
Abstract: In this paper distributed supply cryptography is employed to compress knowledge in a wireless sensing element network so as to cut back communication energy in sensing element nodes. Power could be a precious resource in wireless sensor networks attributable to the restricted battery capability. Distributed source cryptography refers to the compression of the output of multiple correlative sensing element that don't communicate with every other. During this paper, we tend to initial study regarding distributed supply coding. Then we tend to study however estimates the amount of clusters needed to with efficiency utilize knowledge correlation of sensors for a general sensing element network. we tend to then gift Associate in Nursing approximation algorithm that may notice Associate in Nursing best rate allocation at intervals every cluster to attenuate the intra cluster communication price. Then we value the impact of spacial correlation and network size on optimum range of cluster, overall compression magnitude relation and intra-cluster communication price.





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