Tripura Institute of Technology
About: Tripura Institute of Technology is a(n) based out in . It is known for research contribution in the topic(s): Electric power system & Electron paramagnetic resonance. The organization has 63 authors who have published 92 publication(s) receiving 510 citation(s).
Topics: Electric power system, Electron paramagnetic resonance, Renewable energy, Artificial neural network, VHDL
TL;DR: This paper is a very small report about optical biosensor and its development and importance in various fields.
Abstract: The dimension of biomolecules is of few nanometers, so the biomolecular devices ought to be of that range so a better understanding about the performance of the electronic biomolecular devices can be obtained at nanoscale. Development of optical biomolecular device is a new move towards revolution of nano-bioelectronics. Optical biosensor is one of such nano-biomolecular devices that has a potential to pave a new dimension of research and device fabrication in the field of optical and biomedical fields. This paper is a very small report about optical biosensor and its development and importance in various fields.
10 Dec 2019-IEEE Access
TL;DR: This paper provides a generalized, but detailed analysis of the power consumption causes (internal and external) of a smartphone and also offers suggestive measures to minimize the consumption for each factor.
Abstract: The advancement and popularity of smartphones have made it an essential and all-purpose device. But lack of advancement in battery technology has held back its optimum potential. Therefore, considering its scarcity, optimal use and efficient management of energy are crucial in a smartphone. For that, a fair understanding of a smartphone’s energy consumption factors is necessary for both users and device manufacturers, along with other stakeholders in the smartphone ecosystem. It is important to assess how much of the device’s energy is consumed by which components and under what circumstances. This paper provides a generalized, but detailed analysis of the power consumption causes (internal and external) of a smartphone and also offers suggestive measures to minimize the consumption for each factor. The main contribution of this paper is four comprehensive literature reviews on: 1) smartphone’s power consumption assessment and estimation (including power consumption analysis and modelling); 2) power consumption management for smartphones (including energy-saving methods and techniques); 3) state-of-the-art of the research and commercial developments of smartphone batteries (including alternative power sources); and 4) mitigating the hazardous issues of smartphones’ batteries (with a details explanation of the issues). The research works are further subcategorized based on different research and solution approaches. A good number of recent empirical research works are considered for this comprehensive review, and each of them is succinctly analysed and discussed.
24 Mar 2011
TL;DR: The theoretical analysis and implementations shows the proposed DNA cryptography method to be efficient in computation, storage and transmission; and it is very powerful against certain attacks.
Abstract: Cryptography is one of the major concerned areas of computer and data security and a very promising direction in cryptography research is known as DNA Cryptography. DNA computational logic can be used in cryptography for encrypting, storing and transmitting the information, as well as for computation. Although in its primitive stage, DNA cryptography is shown to be very effective. In this paper, a proposal is given where the concept of DNA is being used in the encryption and decryption process. The theoretical analysis and implementations shows this method to be efficient in computation, storage and transmission; and it is very powerful against certain attacks. This paper also proposes a unique cipher text generation procedure as well as a new key generation procedure. Finally, to demonstrate the performance of the proposed method, its implementation is explained and the results are analyzed.
01 Jan 2019
TL;DR: This chapter highlights the challenges faced by today's healthcare systems and analyzes how to overcome these with the help of pervasive healthcare, and presents an assessment of the current and future IoT healthcare market along with a listing of the key players.
Abstract: Advances in smart medical devices and pervasive systems are turning connected healthcare into a prospering platform for pervasive healthcare. The Internet of Things (IoT), smart sensors, and wearables have augmented the healthcare system, enabling remote monitoring and supporting the medical condition of the patient in and out of clinics. This chapter aims to serve as a brief primer on the development of smart and pervasive healthcare systems. The chapter starts with an overview of IoT, smart sensors, and pervasive systems and also their interrelationships. The differences between IoT and pervasive systems are meticulously laid out to clear any confusion between these two computing paradigms. The chapter highlights the challenges faced by today's healthcare systems and analyzes how to overcome these with the help of pervasive healthcare. It discusses the basics of mobile and pervasive healthcare, including context-aware and connected healthcare, while distinguishing them from telemedicine. It elaborates on the role of IoT in healthcare while discussing a number of sensors and smart devices used in healthcare, fitness, and medical care units. The benefits of and challenges involved in pervasive healthcare are reviewed comprehensively. Several real-life applications and use cases of IoT and smart sensors are presented, showing the effectiveness of pervasive healthcare. The chapter also presents an assessment of the current and future IoT healthcare market along with a listing of the key players.
01 Dec 2010
TL;DR: This paper presents a finite state machine based novel technique to model the Address Generation circuitry of WiMAX multimode interleaver using VHDL on FPGA platform with all code rates and modulation schemes of IEEE 802.16e standard.
Abstract: Wireless technology is the fastest growing segment of the modern communication industry. The IEEE 802.16e standard, commonly known as mobile WiMAX, is the latest wireless technology that has promised to offer Broadband Wireless Access over long distance. The concept of OFDM is used in WiMAX to obtain high data rate in addition to reducing the effects like inter symbol interference and inter channel interference. It has proved to be the air interface for next generation Broadband Wireless System. In this paper, we present a finite state machine based novel technique to model the Address Generation circuitry of WiMAX multimode interleaver using VHDL on FPGA platform with all code rates and modulation schemes of IEEE 802.16e standard. Our approach provides better performance in terms of maximum operating frequency, use of flip-flops with negligible loss in terms of logic cells utilized compared to existing FPGA based implementations. Measured circuit parameters and software simulation of this model are also provided.
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