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Volume-5 Issue-4, September 2015, ISSN:  2278-3075 (Online)
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Qamar Uddin Khand, Ali Raza Barket

Paper Title:

Smart Water Distribution for Irrigation System (SWDIS)

Abstract:   Agriculture plays a vital role in the economy of any country. Therefore it needs more enhancements by improving its manual methods with the help of technology. In irrigation system, water plays a vital role in crop production. This study proposes smart water distribution system for irrigation system. Microcontroller is used to control the water distribution according to the requirements of crops. Real time watering requirements are measured through embedded sensors placed in each field. A user-friendly GUI based application is developed that enables the user to monitor and control the water distribution. By using this application, user can schedule the water distribution plan for automatic distribution in advance. User can also easily analyze the history of water distribution in the form of graphs and also estimate the consumption of power with respect to crops.

  Smart Water Distribution, Intelligent irrigation, Automatic Irrigation System, Smart Irrigation System, Renewable Energy.

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3. Neelam R. Prakash, Dilip Kumar, Tejender Sheoran, “Microcontroller based closed loop automatic irrigation system,” International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering (IJITEE), ISSN: 2278-3075, Volume-1, Issue-1, June 2012.
4. SatyaPrasanthYalla, B.Ramesh, A.Ramesh, “Autonomous solar powered irrigation system,” International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA) ISSN: 2248-9622, Vol. 3, Issue 1, January -February 2013, pp.060-065.
5. S. Harishankar, R. Sathish Kumar, Sudharsan K.P, U. Vignesh and T.Viveknath, “Solar powered smart irrigation system,” Advance in Electronic and Electric Engineering, ISSN 2231-1297, Volume 4, Number 4 (2014), pp. 341-346.
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Issue 11, November 2012, ISSN: 2277 128X.

7. Venkata Narayana Eluri, K. Madhusudhana Rao, A. Srinag, “Wireless Solution for Water Saving In Agriculture Using Embedded System,” International Journal of Computer Science and Business Informatics, ISSN: 1694-2108 | Vol. 2, No. 1. JUNE 2013.
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Md Tabish Anjum, Tazeem Ahmad Khan

Paper Title:

Analytical Study of Wireless LAN using MIMO with OSTBC

Abstract:  The use of multiple antennas for wireless communication systems has gained overwhelming interest of research in wireless communication. This paper deals with the effect on Multiple Input Multiple Output transmission technique for multiple fading channels using Phase shift keying (PSK) of Modulation Order (M=2) and Quadrature Amplitude Modulation (QAM) , there are two transmitting (Tx1, Tx2) and Two Receiving antenna (Rx1,Rx2) are used for anticipation. In this paper, I also tried to show the effect on Frame Error Rate (FER) by increasing the signal to noise ratio (SNR) using OSTBC MIMO technique, Quadrature phase shift keying (QPSK) modulation technique is used for the modulation and there are two transmitting antenna (nTx1, nTx2) and one receiving antenna (nRx1) are used to simulate the Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) for Quadarature Phase shift Keying (QPSK). The main concern of this paper is to show the specification and effect of 802.11ac protocol that deals with the QAM Modulation technique that leads MIMO transmission to higher level that can achieve milestone for wireless communication system.



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Omid Toutian Esfahani, Ata Jahangir Moshayedi

Paper Title:

Design and Development of Arduino Healthcare Tracker System for Alzheimer Patients

Abstract:  Nowadays after the revolution of robotics in industries, the healthcare and position monitoring systems became more and more demanding. The target position monitoring of an object will help for the better navigation as well as control of systems. One of the fields, which today use this kind of tracking, is the patient control like Alzheimer patients or handicap people. This paper is about an Adriano based positioning and healthcare system developed to help Alzheimer’s patients and their caregivers to track patients and monitor their vital signs remotely. The result of the system and the case study obtained shows the capability of the system to handover this task and use as the helper for Alzheimer patients in various situations.

  Arduino; positioning systems; healthcare; Alzheimer’s patients


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Md Khalid, Tazeem A Khan, A Shahid Khan

Paper Title:

Watermarking using Blind Embedding and Linear Correlation Detection

Abstract:  Watermarking technology serves a vital role in information security. It focuses on embedding message (audio, image etc.) inside a digital object such that the embedded message is separate bound to the object. In this paper, I represent Blind Embedding and Linear Correlation Detection based algorithm for watermarking in digital images. I have used MATLAB for my proposed technique because it is a high level technical computing language for algorithm development, data visualization and numerical computations.

Keywords:   Watermarking, Blind Embedding and Linear Cor Relation Detection


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Mohd Nazarudin Zakaria, Mohd Fakharulzaman Raja Yahya, Sukirah Abd Rahman,  Nooramirah Kamaruddin, Maizatulnisa Othman, Shahril Anuar Bahari

Paper Title:

Comparative Study of Celluloses from Biofilm-Forming Bacteria for Development of Cellulose-Reinforced Products

Abstract:   This study was conducted to compare the celluloses from Acetobacter xylinum and Pseudomonas fluorescens. Results showed that A. xylinum and P. fluorescens produce insoluble and soluble cellulose respectively. The agitation at several speeds was found to affect the form and yield of bacterial celluloses. Based on FTIR spectroscopy, the biochemical composition of A. xylinum cellulose was apparently distinct from that of P. fluorescens with regards to the spectral region between 830 cm-1 and 1400 cm-1. Sample preparation of P. fluorescens cellulose for XRD analysis was unsuccessful due to its high solubility in culture medium whilst XRD analysis demonstrated the high crystallinity (92.13%) of A. xylinum cellulose. Collectively, the variations between A. xylinum and P. fluorescents celluloses could be observed in terms of cellulose form, cellulose yield, biochemical composition and crystallinity. The findings from this study are expected to assist the industries in choosing the right source of bacterial cellulose for their commercial products.

  Bacteria celulose, Acetobacter xylinum, Pseudomonas fluorescens, cellulose yield, crystallinity.


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