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Beaconless Packet Forwarding Approach for Vehicular Urban Environment Kashif Naseer Qureshi; Abdullah Hanan Abdullah; Fasee Ullah
Bulletin of Electrical Engineering and Informatics Vol 5, No 2: June 2016
Publisher : Institute of Advanced Engineering and Science

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Existing wireless technologies provide communication and information services to all fields of life. The one of the emerging and popular field is vehicular ad hoc networks, with its unique characteristics and highly mobile environment. Different types of routing protocols have been proposed to address the routing issues in network and one of the most efficient types is geographical routing. In this type of protocols, the beacon messages are using to update the node locations and positions. However, these protoocls have been suffered with high channel congestion issue in the network. To this end, we propose a beaconless packet forwarding strategy based on modified handshake messages mechanism. The protocol uses some realistic metrics to select the next forwarder node such as forward progresss and link quality. The protocol performance is evaluated with existing beacon and beaconless geographical routing protocols. The simulation results showed the better performance of the proposed protocol in terms of packet delay and data delivery ratio in realistic wireless channel conditions.
New Hybrid Non-Dominated Sorting Differential Evolutionary Algorithm Mohammad Bakhshipour; Farhad Namdari; Nooshin Bahador
Bulletin of Electrical Engineering and Informatics Vol 5, No 2: June 2016
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This paper presents a new multi objective optimization algorithm with the aim of complete coverage, faster global convergence and higher solution quality. In this technique, the high-speed characteristic of particle swarm optimization (PSO) is combined with non-dominated differential evolutionary (NSDE) and an efficient multi objective optimization algorithm is created. This method posses high convergence characteristic in quite less execution times. Generating fewer populations to find the Pareto front also makes the proposed algorithm use less memory. For the purpose of performance evaluation, the algorithm is verified with four benchmarking functions on its global optimal search ability and compared with two recognized algorithm to assess its diversity. The capability of the suggested algorithm in solving practical engineering problems such as power system protection is also studied and the results are discussed in detail.
Development of Emulation Network Analyzer Tool for Computer Network Planning Mohd Nazri Ismail; Abdullah Mohd Zin
Bulletin of Electrical Engineering and Informatics Vol 5, No 2: June 2016
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This paper describes the development of Emulation Network Analyzer (ENA) for heterogeneous services in campus environment. The purpose of this paper is to inform this ENA able to plan and predict network performance. For this purpose, our ENA development is differ from others system such as application and hardware network analyzer. This study focuses on the design of emulation network analyzer, user interface design, characteristics, model description, implementation and evaluation. This ENA can provide a useful network architectural solutions and optimization of network resources during preparation, proposal and planning phases. Finally, ENA tool is a good emulation analyzer that can be used in small to medium size networks for campus environment purposes with minimum cost.
Selection of Gate Dielectrics for ZnO Based Thin-Film Transistors Vaibhav Garg; Navneet Gupta
Bulletin of Electrical Engineering and Informatics Vol 5, No 2: June 2016
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The bulk of semiconductor technology has been based on silicon till today. But silicon has its own limitations. It is not transparent to visible light and hence it cannot be used in certain applications. ZnO is a material which is transparent to visible light. In this paper, we compare the electrical performance of ZnO Thin film Transistors using different gate insulators. Certain performance indices and material indices were considered as the selection criteria for electrical performance. A methodology known as Ashby’s approach was adopted to find out the best gate insulators and based on this methodology various charts were plotted to compare different properties of competing materials. This work concludes that Y2O3 is the best insulator followed by ZrO2 and HfO2.
Zinc Oxide Thin Film Transistors: Advances, Challenges and Future Trends Kavindra Kandpal; Navneet Gupta
Bulletin of Electrical Engineering and Informatics Vol 5, No 2: June 2016
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This paper presents a review on recent developments and future trends in zinc oxide thin film transistors (ZnO TFTs) together with challenges involved in this technology. It highlights ZnO TFT as next generation choice over other available thin film transistor technology namely a – Si: H (amorphous hydrogenated silicon), poly-Si (polycrystalline silicon) and OTFT (organic thin film transistor). This paper also provides a comparative analysis of various TFTs on the basis of performance parameters.  Effect of high –k dielectrics, grain boundaries, trap densities, and threshold voltage shift on the performance of ZnO TFT is also explained.
Unrestricted Charging Controllar Design Magnitude Amit Sachan; Ashish Ranjan
Bulletin of Electrical Engineering and Informatics Vol 5, No 2: June 2016
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This paper presents to be routine in DC/DC phase of Bi-directional battery charger. The neutral is to analyst the filter latitude that will additional shrink the system cost and capacity. Key area is to moderate current ripple of the charging current which produce will approximately ripple unrestricted charging for batteries. Ripple unrestricted charging will shrink the further warmth triggered by the current ripple and surge the battery life. The filter-centered controller is project to transaction with the latent variability problem carried by a high order filter. The filter-centered technique has the compensations of effortlessly operation and no essential of additional current or voltage sensors. This dc/dc phase communicate converter to ease the charging purpose. Together low pass filter centered controller and nick filter based controller are evaluated and nick filter based controller has improved routine.
Electromagnetic Modeling of Active Circuit using Wave Concept Iterative Process Amri Houda; Zaabat Mourad
Bulletin of Electrical Engineering and Informatics Vol 5, No 2: June 2016
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The wave concept iterative process is a procedure used for analyses planar circuits, this method consists in generating a recursive relationship between a wave source and reflected waves from the discontinuity plane which is divided into cells. A high computational speed has been achieved by using Fast Modal Transform (FMT). In this paper we study a patch antenna and MESFET transistor, to determine the electromagnetic characteristics of these structures.
Design of a Low-cost and Compact Radiometer for Spectral Acquisition of Vegetation and Bare Soil Mokhtaria Nawel Zemaili; Noureddine Benabadji; Abdelatif Hassini
Bulletin of Electrical Engineering and Informatics Vol 5, No 2: June 2016
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We describe, in this article, the design of a low-cost and compact radiometer with five analog channels for spectral acquisition: four in the visible (blue, green, red and panchromatic) and one channel in the near-infrared. This small embedded system is based on an 8-bit microcontroller for automatic data acquisition, calibrating, storing and serial link processing with a compatible PC, through a C++ application software provided to handle and deal with the mass of data collected and stored in an EEPROM. The acquisition of spectral reflectance measurements of an object for different wavelengths allows the construction of a characteristic curve, named spectral signature of the object. The study of the spectral signatures of different types of surfaces such as water, bare ground or vegetation allows their identification in remote sensing image processing, and consequently, facilitates the interpretation of this kind of data, as, for instance, the AVHRR data of the HRPT images acquired and freely distributed by the satellite NOAA.
A Survey of Fault-Injection Methodologies for Soft Error Rate Modeling in Systems-on-Chips Yeong Seob Jeong; Seong Mo Lee; Seung Eun Lee
Bulletin of Electrical Engineering and Informatics Vol 5, No 2: June 2016
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The development of process technology has increased system performance, but the system failure probability has also significantly increased. It is important to consider the system reliability in addition to the cost, performance, and power consumption. In this paper, we describe the types of faults that occur in a system and where these faults originate. Then, fault-injection techniques, which are used to characterize the fault rate of a system-on-chip (SoC), are investigated to provide a guideline to SoC designers for the realization of resilient SoCs.
Reliability Evaluation of Wind Turbine Systems’ Components Seyed Mohsen Miryousefi Aval; Amir Ahadi
Bulletin of Electrical Engineering and Informatics Vol 5, No 2: June 2016
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The increasing use of wind generation requests modifications in the electric power systems planning conception, because it includes one more uncertainty component, which needs to be studied properly and modeled. Understanding the failures rates and downtimes of wind turbines is difficult not only because of the considerable range of designs and sizes that are now in service worldwide but also since studies are conducted independently under various operating conditions in different countries. The fault tree method (FTA) has been used to study the reliability of many different power generation systems. This paper now applies that method to a wind turbine system to estimate the reliability of wind turbines. In the implementations, several types of wind turbines were considered in order to analyze the system’s reliability. The effectiveness of the proposed method is revealed through several case studies.

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