The aim of this paper is to present FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Array) based implementation of CORDIC (Co-ordinate Rotation Digital Computer) processor for complex DPLL(Digital Phase Locked Loop) for use in I-Q channel demodulator includes phase detector for producing a phase error indicative of a difference in phase between a complex digital input signal and complex digital feedback signal .This structure is very suitable for VLSI implementations. In the first part of the paper, we describe operation of the design of pipelined architecture for coordinate rotation algorithm. The design of CORDIC in the vector rotation mode results in high system throughput due to its pipelined architecture. Then a CORDIC realization of a complex phase-locked loop is introduced. Finally we discuss the effects of the number of iterations to the performance of this kind of phase-locked loop.
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- Prof. R.V. BabarAsst.Prof., Dept. of Electronics and Telecommunication Sinhgad Institute of Technology(SIT) Lonavala, Pune, Maharashtra, India
- Dr. M.S. GaikwadPrincipal, Sinhgad Institute of Technology(SIT) Lonavala, Pune, Maharashtra, India
- Ms.Urmila MoreDept. of Electronics and Telecommunication (VLSI and Embedded systems) Sinhgad Institute of Technology(SIT)Lonavala, Pune, Maharashtra, India
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Prof.R.V.Babar,Dr.M.S.Gaikwad,Ms.Urmila More "Complex DPLL Using CORDIC Processor for I-Q Channel Demodulator" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.3 issue 4a, pp.01-04 2014
Electricity is an indispensible part of modern day life. Our economy, work, healthcare and livelihood all depends upon constant supply of power. Even a temporary of power can lead to chaos and momentary setbacks. Grid Power Loss can effect to the Losses of Production for Industries and also effect to the Home/Office Conditions also. But industrial sector gets affected more with power cut. So an auxiliary power supply is very necessary and switching of mains supply to auxiliary supply within a few seconds is necessary to reduce the downtime. Diesel Generators are mainly used as auxiliary power supply which uses fossil fuel and its costly so power factor correction using capacitors is also considered to create a well maintained switching system. .
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- Fofandi Vikas DDepartment of Instrumentation and Control Government Engineering College, Gandhinagar Gujarat, India
- Suyani Ashok HDepartment of Instrumentation and Control Government Engineering College, Gandhinagar Gujarat, India
- Khalas Vishal BDepartment of Instrumentation and Control Government Engineering College, Gandhinagar Gujarat, India
 Sharaf AM and Huang H, “Nonlinear Load Reactive Compensation and Power Factor Correction Using Modulated Power Filter”.  Onar O C, Uzunoglu M, Alam M.S, “Dynamic Modeling, Design and Simulation of A Wind/Fuel Cell/Ultra-Capacitor-Based Hybrid Power Generation System”, Journal of Power Sources 161 PP.707–722, 2006.  Fitzgerald A E,Charles Kingsley, Jr Stephen D Umans, “ ELECTRIC MACHINERY” .  Nicolae DV “Electric Motor Performance Improvement Using Auxiliary Windings and Capacitance Injection”.  Salvador Acevedo ,Armando R Llamas,Jesús A Baez, Jorge A de los Reyes “Filters For Power Factor Correction in the Presence of Non-Linear Loads” IEEE  Suman Maiti , Chandan Chakraborty, “A New Instantaneous Reactive Power Based MRAS For Sensorless Induction Motor Drive”, PP 1314–1326 ,2010.  Sapna Khanchi, Vijay Kumar Garg, “Power Factor Improvement of Induction Motor by Using Capacitors”  SAIFUL ANUAR BIN ALWI, Faculty of Electrical & Electronics Engineering Universiti Malaysia Pahang, “AUTOMATIC MAIN FAILURE (AMF) SYSTEM”
Fofandi Vikas D, Suyani Ashok H, Khalas Vishal B "Auto Mains Failure with Diesel Generator Operation" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.3 issue 4a, pp.05-06 2014
Polyaniline (PANI) is a conducting polymer that has been widely studied for electronic and optical applications. Unlike other conjugated polymers, polyaniline has a simple and reversible acid/base doping/ dedoping chemistry enabling control over its various properties like conductivity, optical activity and environmental stability. Conductivity of PANI was measured and it was found that if certain volatile chemicals are exposed to it there is a certain change in its value of conductivity. It was prepared on filter paper, which acts as visual sensor as it changes color when it is dipped in buffer ammonia solution or sodium hydroxide etc. It also acts as endpoint indicator also wherein the small piece of PANI embedded paper was cut and it was used in titration of different acid base solutions comparing it with phenolphthalein and methyl orange as indicators. The same filter paper was used to filter acid and bases. So, authors suggests a polyaniline embedded paper as a lower cost alternative for the sensor and indicator.
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- Badal LodhariChemical Engineering Department Institute of Technology, Nirma University Gujarat, India
- Yash PatelChemical Engineering Department Institute of Technology, Nirma University Gujarat, India
- Neha Patni Chemical Engineering Department Institute of Technology, Nirma University Gujarat, India
- Shibu.G.PillaiChemical Engineering Department Institute of Technology, Nirma University Gujarat, India
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Badal Lodhari, Yash Patel, Neha Patni, Shibu.G.Pillai "Role of Polyaniline as Chemical Sensor and Acid-Base Titration Indicator " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.3 issue 4a, pp.07-10 2014
The decrement in availability of manpower leads every industry to make use of robotics. Smart rescue robots are designed to help the search and rescue team to analyze the situation in the disaster prone area (like terrorist bombing, serious accident leak of dangerous substance) and direct them to collect the information so that the team can make the work less hazardous. This paper presents a maxi-sized rescue robot whose primary motivation is to save life and more civilian response. The microcontroller that has been used is PIC-16F877A with flash memory. It can navigate autonomously through any rubble and checks the atmosphere temperature using temperature sensor. The real-time locating system is used to automatically identify and track the location of objects or people usually within building debris using GSM. The programming language used is embedded C which is executed by visual basic.
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- Ms.B.Kalaimathi Assistant Professor SNS College of Engineering, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
- Keerthana RameshUG Scholars SNS College of Engineering, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
- R.KanimozhiUG Scholars SNS College of Engineering, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
- R.Sangeetha UG Scholars SNS College of Engineering, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
References Bluetooth and ZigBee: compare and contrast, By Joanie Wexler, Network World | Network World US | Published: 01:00, 16 March 2005.  ”A Rescue Robot Control Architecture ensuring Safe Semi-Autonomous Operation “(2002) by‟ Andreas Birk and Holger Kenn‟ International University Bremen (IUB) School of Engineering and Science.  “A Decision-Theoretic Framework to Select Effective Observation Locations in Robotic Search and Rescue Scenarios(2010)” by' Francesco Amigoni, Nicola Basilico‟  “Intelligent Robot-assisted Humanitarian Search and Rescue System” (2009), by „Albert W. Y. Ko* and Henry Y. K. Lau‟ in Intelligent System Laboratory, The University of Hong Kong Pokfulam Road, Hong kong SAR  IEEE/ASME TRANSACTIONS ON MECHATRONICS, VOL. 18, NO. 3, (JUNE 2013),”Smart Host Microcontroller for Optimal Battery Charging in a Solar-Powered Robotic Vehicle”, b‟y Tom´as de J. Mateo Sanguino and Justo E. Gonz´alez Ramos‟  ”Design and control of a Miniature Quadrator(2007)”, by‟ Samir Bouabdallah and Roland Siegwart „of Autonomous Systems Lab, ETH Zurich, Switzerland presented the latest developments in ASL-MFR Project.  International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology,Vol. 3, February, 2009, titled “Robot Assisted Emergency Search and Rescue System With a Wireless Sensor Network” by „Albert Ko and Henry Y. K. Lau‟ of Intelligent Systems Laboratory, The University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam Road, Hong Kong SAR.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GSM  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RELAY  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RESCUE SYSTEM  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DRIVER CIRCUIT
Ms.B.Kalaimathi, Keerthana Ramesh, R.Kanimozhi, R.Sangeetha "Smart Rescue Robot " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.3 issue 4a, pp.11-16 2014
In this paper we propose a system based on coin recognition in which Indian coins of different denominations are detected by image subtraction technique. The goal of the system is achieved in three phases (Acquisition, segmentation, subtraction). Firstly, high resolution image is taken as input and the coin image is separated from its background using segmentation, then comparison between input image and standard database image is performed. Technique of rotation invariance is applied in this system in which the input image of coin is rotated by certain fixed angle and then compared with the database images after every rotation. This technique facilitates transaction making it easier in all forms of trade. This is the convenient method of coin recognition.
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- Monali DawareDepartment of Computer Engineering Sinhgad Institute of Technology Lonavala, India
- Manali KhadgeDepartment of Computer Engineering Sinhgad Institute of Technology Lonavala, India
- Arya ManeDepartment of Computer Engineering Sinhgad Institute of Technology Lonavala, India
- S.B.WaykarDepartment of Computer Engineering Sinhgad Institute of Technology Lonavala, India
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Monali Daware, Manali Khadge, Arya Mane, S.B.Waykar "Coin Recognition Using Image Subtraction" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.3 issue 4a, pp.17-19 2014
Main issue in the database migration is the work of data organizing, analyzing, accuracy and integrity. In this paper we have tried to eliminate these problems, by making use of XML file as an intermediate. XML supplies a neutral platform for the information description. As the information is mostly stored in RDBs, we have decided to create a system to export the information from a DB into XML, and to import XML documents into any RDB management system. Till date systems were available to covert data from one DB into an XML file, in our paper we have given more emphasis on the conversion of the XML file into the required target DB. Our system has enabled us to transform data from one DB into another using XML as an intermediate representation. Main aim of our paper is to generate a system to automate the transference of data between databases. The proposed system performs conversion of DBs like Ms-Access, MS-SQL, Oracle, and MySQL.
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- Aditi V. ParabDepartment of Computer Engineering, SIT Lonavala, Pune, Maharashtra, India
- Onkar DhaneDepartment of Computer Engineering, SIT Lonavala, Pune, Maharashtra, India
- Anuja DeshmukhDepartment of Computer Engineering, SIT Lonavala, Pune, Maharashtra, India
- Aakash MahajaniDepartment of Computer Engineering, SIT Lonavala, Pune, Maharashtra, India
 M. Carey, D. Florescu, Z. Ives, Y. Lu, J. Shanmugasundaram, E. Shekita and S. Subramanian, “XPERANTO: Publishing Object-Relational Data as XML, Proc. of the International Workshop on Web and Databases, 2000.  M. Carey, J. Kiernan , J. Shanmugasundaram, E. Shekita, and S.Subramanian, " XPERANTO: A Middleware for Publishing Object-Relational Data as XML Documents," Proc. of the 26th International Conference on Very Large Databases, 2000, Pages [646 -648 ].  T. Naser, K. Kianmehr, R. Alhaj j and M. J. Ridley. “Transforming Object-Oriented Databases into XML”, IEEE 1-4233-1500-4/07, 2007,p[600- 605].  T. Naser, R. Alhajj and M. J. Ridley. “Flexible Approach for Representing Object Oriented Databases in XML Format”. In: X International Conference on Information Integration and Web-based Applications Services (iiWAS), Linz, Austria, Nov 24-26, ACM, 2008. [p 430-434].  T. Naser, R. Alhajj and M. J. Ridley. “Two-Way Mapping between Object-Oriented Databases and XML”. Informatica 33 2009 [p 297 -308]  Sacks-Davis, R., Arnold-Moore, T., Zobel, J., Database Systems for Structured Documents. IEICE Transactions on Information and Systems, Vol. E78-D
Aditi V. Parab, Onkar Dhane, Anuja Deshmukh, Aakash Mahajani "An Approach to Heterogeneous Database Migration" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.3 issue 4a, pp.20-22 2014
Risk & problems in every walk of life. Likewise it exists in every construction projects also. Firstly all the risk factors are to be identified, understand the significance of various risks and its possible effects in the construction projects. If they are done so, then it will be so easy to mitigate to above risks, will have benefits in any construction projects productivity. This paper deals with identification & analysis of various risk factors, classification of risk, quantification of risks and problems by way of conducting a detailed survey among the engineers, contractors, and experts belong to various construction firms in the form of questionnaires. The above questionnaire has been conceived in such a manner that it has the details of profile of construction firm, their understanding about productivity and various risk factors. The collected data through the above survey the ranking has been done to find the greater risk factors which affect the construction project. Finally the relative importance index (RII) formula for productivity risk index has been arrived. The formula arrived from this research paper is implemented in construction projects definitely the major risk factors will size ably get reduced. As a result the productivity will enhance remarkably. Thus optimum solution will be obtained. After determined the top ten risk factors the root cause analysis will be made and solution & suggestion will be given.
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- Mr. A.RamkumarEBET Group of Institutions Kangeyam, India
- Prof. S.GopalakrishnanEBET Group of Institutions Kangeyam, India
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Mr. A.Ramkumar, Prof.S.Gopalakrishnan "Analysis of Project Delays In Construction Industry for Client, Contractor & Consultant Related Issues" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.3 issue 4a, pp.23-31 2014
In the present study, we have made efforts to investigate Anti-bacterial activity of Mannich bases against Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The results have shown that Anti-bacterial activity of these compounds can be modeled excellently in tri-parametric models in which Weiner index W, Balaban index F and Topological index T played a dominating role. The predictive ability of the model is discussed on the basis of cross-validation method. The superiority of these indices over several other molecular descriptors is critically examined. The values obtained for the best model are- R2 = 0.6278, Adjusted R2= 0.4417, Coefficient of variation= 0.2811 and F-ratio= 3.374.
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- Teena PareekSchool of Chemical Sciences, DAVV, Indore, India
- Chanchala JoshiAcropolis Technical Campus, Indore, India
- Deepak KhareLakshmi Narayan College of Technology, Indore, India
- Dheeraj MandloiInstitute of Engineering and Technology, DAVV, Indore, India
- Surabhi PurohitUniversity of Rajasthan, Jaipur, India
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Teena Pareek, A.V. Bajaj, Chanchala Joshi, Deepak Khare, Dheeraj Mandloi, Surabhi Purohit "QSAR Study of Sulphonamides with Anti-bacterial Activity Against Pseudomonas aeruginosa" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering,Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.3 issue 4a, pp.32-37 2014
VHDL is the VHSIC Hardware Description Language. VHSIC is an abbreviation for Very High Speed Integrated Circuit. It can describe the behaviour and structure of electronic systems, but is particularly suited as a language to describe the structure and behaviour of digital electronic hardware designs, such as ASICs and FPGAs as well as conventional digital circuits. VHDL is a notation, and is precisely and completely defined by the Language Reference Manual ( LRM ). This sets VHDL apart from other hardware description languages, which are to some extent defined in an ad hoc way by the behaviour of tools that use them. VHDL is an international standard, regulated by the IEEE. The definition of the language is non-proprietary. VHDL is not an information model, a database schema, a simulator, a toolset or a methodology! However, a methodology and a toolset are essential for the effective use of VHDL. Simulation and synthesis are the two main kinds of tools which operate on the VHDL language. The Language Reference Manual does not define a simulator, but unambiguously defines what each simulator must do with each part of the language. VHDL does not constrain the user to one style of description. VHDL allows designs to be described using any methodology - top down, bottom up or middle out! VHDL can be used to describe hardware at the gate level or in a more abstract way. Successful high level design requires a language, a tool set and a suitable methodology. VHDL is the language, you choose the tools, and the methodology
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- Manoj MaliAsst.Prof Electronics & Communication Department, Shri USB College of Engineering, Abu Road, Rajasthan, India
- Himanshu Trivedi M Tech Student Electronics & Communication Department, Geetanjali Institute of Technical Studies, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India
 Why should I care about Transparent Latches?". Doulos. Retrieved 22 December 2012..  "Clock Generation". Doulos. Retrieved 22 December 2012.  Peter J. Ashenden, "The Designer's Guide to VHDL, Third Edition (Systems on Silicon)", 2008,  Bryan Mealy, Fabrizio Tappero (February 2012). Free Range VHDL  www.coel.ecgf.uakron.edu  ww.w.vhdlbynaresh.blogspot.in
Manoj Mali, Himanshu Trivedi "A Review: Digital System Design by VHDL" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.3 issue 4a, pp.38-40 2014
In optics, dispersion is the phenomenon in which the phase velocity of a wave depends on its frequency, or alternatively when the group velocity depends on the frequency. Media having such a property are termed dispersive media. Dispersion is sometimes called chromatic dispersion to emphasize its wavelength-dependent nature, or group-velocity dispersion (GVD) to emphasize the role of the group velocity. Dispersion is most often described for light waves, but it may occur for any kind of wave that interacts with a medium or passes through an inhomogeneous geometry (e.g., a waveguide), such as sound waves. A material's dispersion is measured by its Abbe number, V, with low Abbe numbers corresponding to strong dispersion.
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- Himanshu TrivediPG student, Geetanjali Institute of Technical Studies, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India
- Kiran RathorePG student, Geetanjali Institute of Technical Studies, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India
- Manoj MaliAsst. Prof. Shri USB Collage of Engineering and Management, Abu Road, Rajasthan, India
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Himanshu Trivedi, Kiran Rathore, Manoj Mali "A Review: Dispersion in Optical Fiber" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.3 issue 4a, pp.41-42 2014
This research work paves the way to explore new avenues in existing and ongoing groundwork in the field of heat exchangers. There is a dire need to address the issues related to air-cooled heat exchangers used in chemicals and energy industry. The distortions found in fully manufactured rectangular/plug header-boxes and flange-type bonnet headers can be adverse. They need to be monitored and resolved. Proper diagnosis throughout their processing and testing only can determine the root cause. This is usually done by non-destructive testing methods. Here a thorough study of the system is presented. An organized approach for the same is also proposed to eliminate the defects.
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- Date of Publication: April 2014
- Pablo DubeyStudent,M.E. in Advance Production Systems NITTTR, Bhopal, India
- Dr. A. K. Sarathe Associate Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering NITTTR, Bhopal, India
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Pablo Dubey, Dr. A. K. Sarathe "A Review: Distortion Patterns during Fabrication of Header-Box of Air-Cooled Heat Exchanger " International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.3 issue 4a, pp.43-56 2014
M-type hexaferrites with composition Ba1-xPbxFe12O19 (x = 0.0 to 0.4) were prepared using a sol gel auto-combustion technique. The prepared as burnt powder samples were sintered at 950° C for 4 hours in a muffle furnace. The effect of lead substitution of barium hexaferrites on microstructural, magnetic and dielectric properties was investigated. The structural characterization on Ba1-xPbxFe12O19 (x = 0.0 to 0.4) hexaferrite samples were carried out using X-ray diffraction (XRD) technique. The lattice parameters and cell volume of all samples were calculated. The X-ray diffraction patterns at room temperature reveal that the prepared samples have a single phase. Surface morphology and microstructural changes of prepared hexaferrite particles were examined using SEM and XRD. SEM images confirm the formation of hexagonal plate like particle and the addition of Pb increases the formation of plate like structures. The magnetic properties of prepared hexaferrite samples were investigated by using VSM and the dielectric measurements were carried out at room temperature in frequency ranges from 100 Hz to 2MHz.
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- Reshma A. NandotariaDepartment of Physics Gujarat University Ahmedabad-380 009. India.
- Chetna C. ChauhanInstitute of Technology Nirma University Ahmedabad 382 481, India.
- Rajshree B JotaniaDepartment of Physics Gujarat University Ahmedabad-380 009. India.
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Reshma A. Nandotaria, Chetna C. Chauhan, Rajshree B Jotania "Effect of Lead substitution On The Microstructural, Magnetic and Dielectric Properties of Barium Hexaferrite Powder" International Journal of Latest Technology in Engineering, Management & Applied Science-IJLTEMAS vol.3 issue 4a, pp.57-61 2014