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Volume 1, Issue 6 December 2013

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Design and Implementation of Hybrid CMOSSET Half Adder and Full Adder Circuits
Author: N. Basanta Singh
Abstract: Single Electron Transistors (SETs) have high integration density and ultra-low power consumption, which makes them promising candidates as basic circuit elements of the future generation ULSI circuits. However, Single electron transistors have extremely poor driving capabilities so that direct application to practical circuits is as yet almost impossible. A technique to overcome this problem is to build hybrid circuits of SETs and CMOS. In this work, hybrid SET-CMOS Half Adder and Full Adder are designed and implemented. The MIB compact model for SET device and BSIM4.6.1 model for CMOS are used. All the circuits are verified by means of T-Spice simulation software.
001-009
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02
Hardware Implementation of OFDM system on TMS320C6713 and verifying the results by using DIP Switches and LEDs
Author: Dr. Seema Verma, Pawan Sharma
Abstract: In this paper, the real-time implementation of OFDM system is carried out in MATLAB Simulink by using 16-QAM modulation with AWGN channel. We model the concept with blocks from Simulink’s large collection of prewritten blocksets. Basically, a block diagram that models the complete OFDM system is built using Simulink. To operate on DSK C6713 we use the C6x Target and Real Time Workshop (RTW) to generate (or build) ANSI C code intended for the TI C6713 DSK. The C6x Target will then automatically take the generated ANSI C code and uses the TI CCS v3.1 tools to compile specific machine code and finally loads the targeted machine code to the TI C6713 DSK hardware. The performance of the implemented OFDM system can be viewed in real time using DIP switches and LEDs on the DSK C6713 for different values of the SNR of the AWGN channel.
010-015
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03
A Model for Image Edge Detection
Author: Dr. V. K. Goyal, Suman Saxena
Abstract: Image process is one in all most growing analysis space recently and currently it's greatly integrated with the commercial production. typically speaking, it's terribly troublesome for US to differentiate the precise range of the copper core within the small wire, However, so as to confirm that the wire meets the necessities of production, we've to grasp the correct range of copper core within the wire. Here the paper can introduce a technique of image edge detection to work out the precise range of the copper core within the small wire supported OpenCV with wealthy laptop vision and image process algorithms and functions. Firstly, we have a tendency to use high-resolution camera to require image of the inner structure of the wire. Secondly, we have a tendency to use OpenCV image process functions to implement image preprocessing. third we have a tendency to use morphological gap and shutting operations to section image due to their blur image edges. Finally the precise range of copper core may be clearly distinguished through contour following. By exploitation of Borland C++ Builder half-dozen.0, experimental results show that OpenCV primarily based image edge detection strategies ar easy, high code integration, and high image edge positioning accuracy.
016-021
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