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    Volume-8 Issue-5


    Title: Real Time Full Duplex Message Service with Adaptive Vehicle Lighting System

    Authors: Aurooj Farooq Jeelani, Arooj Haqaq, Zarka Ashraf Khajawal and Khushnuma Maqbool

    Abstract: Real time full duplex message service with adaptive vehicle lighting system is a wireless data communication based project that enables communication between two or multiple devices in areas where there is no internet or GSM connectivity using RF technology plus it prevents day by day increasing accidents by providing smart adaptive lighting and alcohol detection for modern vehicular systems. It is a prototype for wireless transmission of data in which two devices are connected using nRF modules having a range of approximately 600 meters so that important information can be transferred among them without any GSM or internet connectivity. Since non availability of existing systems leads to social isolation thus the main aim of this prototype is to enhance, design, examine real time Bluetooth based full duplexed communication. The data or message from one device is transmitted via wireless medium and is exposed to view on LCD of another device. So microcontroller like Arduino NANO is used for the general interfacing and coding of the connected devices. In addition to this there is adaptive lighting system which is an inventive technology that controls the focusing direction and lighting distribution of the low beams as per the turn while driving on curves. This feature also over powers the glaring of incoming lights during night driving thereby reducing the number of accidents that occur. Alcohol detection sensor automatically detects the alcohol content via buzzer if the driver is drunk and the car is stopped manually thereby reducing the chances of accidents.

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    Title: Comprehensive Approach for Flame Extinguishing Using Acoustic Waves

    Authors: Rajasekar T, Shalini J, Subash S and Zakkiriyazshaa B

    Abstract: The need of fireplace extinguishing techniques is significant as fire accidents are catastrophic in nature, ends up in unrecoverable loss. The present fire extinguishing techniques comes with various drawbacks. The requirements for brand spanking new fire extinguishing techniques is significant as fire accidents cause deaths and injuries. The acoustic wave might be one of the potential alternatives as fire extinguishers. The low frequency acoustic waves spilled from a speaker tends to extinguish the flames. The present research aims to develop the portable autonomous system analyzes the effect of various frequency of acoustic waves on flames. If you have got sensitive equipment, like during a computer room or data center, employing a water or a dry chemical device can cause the maximum amount damage as a fire itself. Instead, use an acoustic device. This helps the electronic components to be protected for the damage caused with none replacements of components. Experiments are conducted to test suitable acoustic wave frequency range to extinguish flame and to research the acoustic-flame interaction through observations using portable and innovative approach to reduce the overall cost. Further the research is done out to check the critical parameter such the length to diameter ratio of the vortex tube on velocity, Pressure of waves are discussed. Mobile sensors are accustomed record the information. This prompts the need for fully autonomous systems that can move uncontrolled through various places to detect the levels of dangerous fire accidents, the survivors in the disaster areas, and thus monitor the overall system for future clean and green societies.

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    Title: Design and Implementation of Image fusion using PCA algorithm using Xilinx System Generator

    Authors: Ms. V BHARATHI

    Abstract: Image fusion is a data fusion technology which keeps images as main research contents. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Computer Tomography (CT) scan images are used to identify the tissues in various organs of the human body. In brain medical imaging, the brain structural information without functional data will be given by MRI scan. But, CT scan image includes the functional data with brain activity. To improve the low dose CT scan, Principal Component Analysis (PCA) algorithm is used in this paper which is implemented on FPGA. The Maximum Selection Rule (MSR) is used to select the high frequency component from the image.

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    Title: Enhance Sensitivity Of Bangla Handwritten Digit Recognition Using Ten Layered D-CNN Model

    Authors: R.Rani

    Abstract: This algorithm is hardly ever used in Knowledge of handwritten digits like bangle. This mission proposes a deep convolution neural network (D-CNN) primarily based Bangla hand written digits recognition. This D-CCN has seven layers. Mainly three convolution layers, three pooling layers and thoroughly related layer. Deep convolution neural network has these days received recognition due to the fact of its improved Performance over the typical computer learning algorithms. However, it has been very not often used on cognizance of bangle handwritten digit. The proposed method can decorate layers to ten or twelve layers via using deep CNN architecture for recognizing bangle handwritten digits with excessive sensitivity/specificity.

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    Title: Study of Digital Image Security using Cryptography and Data Hiding

    Authors: Koppula Manasa and Bandi Mounika

    Abstract: The implementation of a system that combines encoding standards with watermarking techniques to produce security to changed medical images is that the main concern of this paper. The system is based on a hybrid algorithmic rule that applies the techniques of encoding and watermarking to supply completely different security features to medical pictures transmitted between attention entities. Supported the planned algorithm, the genuineness and integrity of the transmitted pictures square measure typically verified either inside the special domain or inside the encrypted domain or in each domain. This is achieved by connection the watermarked image and its encrypted version once embedding 2 distinctive watermarks; one inside the plain image and one inside the encrypted image. The planned algorithmic rule makes use of the idea of bit planes wherever 2 pictures consists of 8- bit planes combined to form one image having 16-bit planes. The algorithmic rule provides high embedding capability while keeping low procedure complexness.

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    Title: Performance Transmission Evaluation of Predicted Point-to Point High Frequency Radio Communications Range in Libya

    Authors: Mohamed Yousef Ahmed Abou-Hussein and AbdulSalam H. Ambarek

    Abstract: In Libya, the predicted range of the Point- to – point high frequency (HF) radio communications extends from 2 to about 19 MHz. The aim of this research is to evaluate the transmission’s performance of the predicted range using some of its predicted results that are related to the optimum operating frequency (FOT) for Tripoli-Benghazi HF radio communication link as a case study. The experimental investigation is accomplished by using the computer to measure the received short (HF) signal level variations of the operating frequency 7.245 MHz. This was transmitted with a power of 500 kilowatt (KW) during the time interval (08-18) hours of the local day times for the winter (December, January, and February) and the summer (June, July, and August) seasons, from the Libya broadcasting station in Tripoli city- Libya, directed to Benghazi city-Libya. The predicted range results were interpreted in relation to the received short (HF) signal level altered measurements when using the tested operating frequency of 7.245 MHz close to or far from the predicted FOT. The Results: show that the highest measured level of the median values of the received short (HF) signal are; 75 Decibel (microvolts) [dB (µv)] at 16 hrs and 45 dB(µv) at 18 hrs in the winter and the summer seasons respectively using the operating frequency of 7.245 MHz which is very close to the predicted FOTs (about 7 MHz). Conclusion: A fairly high reliability transmission can be attained under ionospheric influence by using the predicted HF radio communication range in Libya which extends from 2 to about 19 MHz.

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