International Journal of Innovative Trends in Engineering
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IJITE - Volume 05, Number 02

Published On : May 2015
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Compare The Effect of V-Blast and Turbo-Blast Using MIMO System Based on Modulation Diversity
Kapadia Krupal J, Dhiraj Patel
Abstract: Increasing capacity in wireless communications in world wide is highly in demand, driven by cellular mobile, Internet and multimedia services. The communication capacity needs cannot be met without a significant increase in communication spectral efficiency. Multiple-input and Multiple-output, or MIMO is the use multiple antennas at both the transmitter and receiver side to improve communication performance. The vertical Bell Laboratories Layered Space Time V-BLAST system proposed to achieves high spectral efficiency of min symbols per channel use by transmitting independent information symbols simultaneously through the MIMO system is equal to the product of number of transmit and receive antennas. T-BLAST is Iterative decoding system hat performance is also noticeable in Coded communication.
Keywords: MIMO, V-BLAST, T-BLAST.
51-58
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Resource Planning Using Agile Methodology -Corporate Case Study
Jithin Raju, Akshay S
Abstract: Corporate resource planning is viable to dynamic changes in business as well as technological constraints. The methodology chosen must incorporate on demand needs arising. Agile methodology is gaining importance and is finding success in organizations because of the fastness that agile approaches bring in the software development life cycle. Scrum is one of the well-known agile software development methods. These methodologies are increasingly being used to develop software using an adaptive approach rather than a predictive approach. The main objective of the research is to analyze the work of an employee in an organization and give them ratings according to their work. This helps in identifying the strengths and weakness of each employee involved in the scrum.
Keywords: Agile methodology, scrum, storey.
59-63
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Optimal Location of TCSC for Congestion Management in Transmission Line using Sensitivity Method
Amrita Dwivedi, Prof. Esha Jhamb
Abstract: This paper presents a methodology to relieve congestion in transmission line using thyristor controlled series capacitor. Congestion takes place when the transmission network is unable to transfer all of the contracted power because of violation of system operating limits. In this paper congestion management is obtained using thyristor controlled series FACTS device. The most striking feature of FACTS technology is its ability to directly control line flows by structurally modifying parameters of the fast switching. Reactive power sensitivity factor is used to determine optimal location of TCSC. The efficiency of the proposed method is tested on IEEE 4 bus test system and it can be readily extended to any practical systems.
Keywords: Congestion management, Optimal Location, Deregulated Power System, sensitivity analysis.
64-69
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A Review Paper on Dynamic Load Balancing on Web-Server Systems
Rashmi Sharma, Lovkesh Kumar, Dr. Pushpender Sarao
Abstract: This paper describes the load balancing of a Web Server System. At the present time, Web-based services are used in too many organizations to support their customers and employees. An important issue in developing such services is¬¬ to ensure Quality of Service (QOS), that user experience must be acceptable. Many Researchers tried to maintain the quality of the Web Server using Load Balancing and other supporting techniques in the recent years. In the current time, popular websites can neither rely on a single powerful server nor on independent mirrored-servers to support the ever increasing request load. We’ll review the state of the art in Load Balancing Techniques on Distributed Web-Server Systems and will analyze the efficiency and limitations of various approaches and their tradeoff.
Keywords: Distributed Systems, Scheduling, Load Balancing, WWW, Web-server.
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An Extensive Literature Review on Route-selection of Multi-level Routing Protocols in WSNs
Abhinisha Sinha, Prof. Nikhant Raza
Abstract: Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) applications have been increased in recent times in fields such as environmental sensing, area monitoring, air pollution monitoring, forest detection, machine health monitoring, and landslide detection. In such applications, there is a high need of secure communication among sensor nodes. There are different techniques to secure network data transmissions, but due to power constraints of WSN, group key based mechanism is the most preferred one. Hence, to implement scalable energy efficient secure group communication, the best approach would be hierarchical based like Clustering. Various clustering algorithms similar to Energy-Efficient Multi-level Clustering Algorithm for Large-scale WSNs (EEMC), Low Energy Adaptive Clustering Hierarchy Protocol for WSNs (LEACH), Power Efficient and Adaptive Clustering Hierarchy Protocol for WSNs (PEACH), Hybrid, Energy-Efficient, Distributed Clustering Approach for WSNs (HEED) and Energy Efficient Clustering Algorithm for Maximizing Lifetime of WSNs (EECML) has been done to analyze their performance with respect to various parameters like power consumption of sensor nodes, cluster overlapping, cluster stability, fault tolerance and node-cluster information based on the literature survey and on the basis of these parameters.
Keywords: Signal processing; energy conservation; mathematics computing; routing protocols; wireless sensor networks; cluster based routing, WSN.
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An Extensive Review on Cooperative Diversity-Based on STBC with Amplify Forward (AF) & Decode Forward (DF)
Abhishek Vishway, Omesh Singh Hada
Abstract: In this reviеw papеr we havе preparеd a literaturе reviеw on Cooperativе Divеrsity-Basеd Body Arеa Nеtwork Using STBC. Wirelеss channеls suffеr severеly from the effеct of multi-path and fading. To moderatе thesе effеcts of fading and, STBC is usеd with cooperativе divеrsity, two or morе usеrs may sharе thеir antеnnas to creatе a virtual MIMO systеm. Thereforе in cooperativе communication numеrous singlе antеnna rеlays assist the transmission betweеn a sourcе and a dеstination. Cooperativе communication protocols such as amplify and forward and decodе and forward are studiеd for rеlaying. In addition to this, for a 3 nodе cooperativе communication contain a sourcе, rеlay and dеstination the impact of rеlay location is studiеd for 3 differеnt location of rеlay that is rеlay placеd closеr to the sourcе, which is closеr to the dеstination and at the midway betweеn the sourcе and the dеstination. As the rеlay has beеn locatеd in the middlе of sourcе and the dеstination givеs the bеst systеm performancе. Whеn the rеlay is locatеd closеr to the sourcе, the class of sourcе-rеlay link is good, and the rеlay may decodе the receivеd information. We havе donе the analysis through the various resеarch works.
Keywords: Cooperativе divеrsity & Amplify-and-forward (AF), Spacе-timе block codе (STBC) Decodе Forward (DF).
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