Research and Development

R&D (Research & Development) plays a very important role in the success of an organisation as well as National development. R&D contributes to sustainability. It is the R&D function that provides a platform for creativity and innovation to flourish in an organisation. Innovative breakthroughs have happened only because of painstaking efforts of the R&D function. Our institution has extensive relationships with industries in the pursuit of research and development with market perspective. These relationships exist in several ways.

Department of Electronics and communication is Anna University recognised research centre for doing “Collaborative research program” & “Ph.D. / M.S” (By Research) Programmes.

Department of ECE is recognized Research Center under Anna University since 2011.

Supervisor List :

S.No. SUPERVISOR RESEARCH SCHOLAR UNIVERSITY
INTERNAL EXTERNAL
1 Dr.J.M.Mathana 2 7 Anna University, Chennai
2 Dr.K.Thanigaivelu 4 3 Anna University, Chennai
3 Dr.G.Kavya 2 1 Anna University, Chennai
4 Dr.C.Arunachalaperumal Anna University, Chennai

FACULTY – PURSUING Ph.D

Our institution encourages the faculty members to do research and part-time Ph.D programs. Thereby the quality of faculty members is enhanced. In ECE Department nearly 50% of staff members are pursuing Ph.D. The details of them are as listed in the table:

S.No

NAME OF THE STAFF

RESEARCH GUIDE

UNIVERSITY

1.

Mrs. N. Anusha

Dr. T. Sasilatha

V.P & HOD/ECE,

Sree Sastha institute of engineering and technology

Anna University

Chennai

2.

Mrs. S. Suvitha

Dr. T. Sasilatha

V.P & HOD/ECE, Sree Sastha institute of engineering and technology

Anna University

Chennai

3.

Mrs. R. Radhika

Dr. R. Manimegalai

Professor

Velammal Engineering College

Anna University

Chennai

4.

Mr. B R Tapas Bapu

Dr. L C SiddannaGowd , Profesor

Dhanalakshmi College of Engg

St. Peter’s University

Chennai

5.

Mr.V.Nagaraju

Dr. L C SiddannaGowd, Professor

Dhanalakshmi College of Engg

St. Peter’s University

Chennai

6.

Mrs.C.Haripriya

Dr. T. Sasilatha

P & HOD/ECE

Sree Sastha institute of engineering and technology

Anna University

Chennai

7.

Mrs.M.Vanitha Lakshmi

Dr.S.Sudha, Prof/ECE/EswariEngg. College.

Anna University

Chennai

8.

Ms.B. Menaka

Dr.K.Thanigaivelu,

Prof/ECE,

S.A. Engineering College

Anna University

Chennai

9.

Mr.S.Dhilip Kumar

Dr.K.Thanigaivelu,

Prof/ECE,

S.A. Engineering College

Anna University

Chennai

10.

Ms.D. Subitha

Dr.J.M.Mathana,

Prof & HOD/ECE,

S.A. Engineering College

Anna University

Chennai

11.

Ms.V.Aruna

Dr.H.UmmaHabiba,

Prof, SVCE

Anna University

Chennai

12.

Mr.Vinodkumar

Dr.J.M.Mathana,

Prof & HOD/ECE,

SAEC

Anna University, Chennai

13.

Ms.P.Sasirekha

Dr.G..Kavya,

Professor,

Dept of ECE,

 SAEC

Anna University, Chennai

14.

Ms.K.M.Dhanalakshmi

Dr.G..Kavya,

Professor,

Dept of ECE,

SAEC 

Anna University, Chennai

15

Mr.Dinesh Anton Raja

Dr.A.Balaji Ganesh,

Professor,

Dept of EEE, VEC

Anna University, Chennai

 

FUNDED PROJECTS

  • C.Arunachalperumal, Ms.M.Vanithalakshmi from Department of ECE has received a fund off Rs.14.78 lakhs from ISRO for the research project “VHDL Implementation of Efficient Trellis coded spatial modulation for MIMO systems”.

 

Title VHDL Implementation of Efficient Trellis coded spatial modulation for MIMO systems
Funding Agency Indian Space Research organization (ISRO)
Principal Investigator Dr.C.Arunachalaperumal, Professor
Co-PI Ms.M.Vanithalakshmi, Associate Professor
Team Members Mr.S.Dhilipkumar, AP Ms.G.Abija, AP
Fund Amount Rs.14,78,000.
About the Project Multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) technology constitutes a breakthrough in the design of wireless communication systems, and is already at the core of wireless standards. Spatial modulation in which multiple antennas are used to convey information besides the conventional M-ary signal constellations, is a new multiple input multiple output (MIMO) transmission technique. MIMO exploits the advantages of diversity. Trellis coded modulation was a methodology in which encoding and modulation are considered as single entity. Trellis coded modulation is implemented in MIMO to increase the spectral efficiency. There are few schemes have been proposed based on the conventional Trellis coded modulation and spatial modulation. In this project these two schemes are combined with a different perspective and analysed. And applicability of MIMO in satellite communication is discussed.
  • J.M.Mathana, Dr.C.Arunachalperumal from Department of ECE have received a fund off Rs.14.90 lakhs from CVRDE for the research project “Study on Fault Diagnosis and Health Monitoring of Engine Control Junction Box fort Arjun MBT MK-1”.
Title Study on Fault Diagnosis and Health Monitoring of Engine Control Junction Box fort Arjun MBT MK-1
Funding Agency CVRDE-DRDO Combat Vehicles Research & Development-Defence Research & Development Organisation.
Principal Investigators Dr.J.M.Mathana, Professor & Head
Dr.C.Arunachalaperumal, Professor
Co-PIs Ms.R.Radhika, Associate Professor Mr.D.Balakumaran, AP
Fund Sanctioned Rs.14,90,000.
About the Project The Electrical system of Arjun MBT Mk-I consists of DC single wire, 24 V DC nominal positive control system with negative earthed to chasis and chasis is used as return path. Engine Control junction box plays a vital role. Monitoring and diagnosis of fault is very important for any control system. If there is any problem in ECJB the technical experts would need to diagnosis and eradicate the problem. Also the expert has to open the cover of ECJB and check the health of every relay manually. For that he has to refer the wiring diagram that won’t be normally available at the vehicle. Herewith an online monitoring and diagnosis system for Arjun MBT Mk–I Engine Control system is proposed. The proposed system mainly relies on the design of Analog and Digital data acquisition system using VLSI technology.

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PATENTS

APPLICANT NAME TITLE FOR IPR
Dr.J.M.MATHANA SMART RAILWAY TRACK MONITORING AND CLEANING SYSTEM USING ROBOT
Ms.S.SUVITHA FOOL PROOF ELECTRONIC VOTING SYSTEM USING LADDER LOGIC
Ms.K.M.DHANALAKSHMI ATM CARD FOR BLIND,DEAF&DUMB

PUBLICATIONS

Academic Year International Journals International Conference National Conference TOTAL
2012-13 21 22 10 53
2013-14 20 17 15 52
2014-15 45 25 59 129
2015-16 72 66 04 142
2016-17 24 70 4 22

SEMINAR GRANTS

  • An amount of Rs.40,000/- was received by Dr.G.Kavya, Prof/ECE, form CSIR to organize a National seminar on “ Pervasive Healthcare Technologies – From Wearable sensors to smart implants” and the same was organized in February 2017.
  • C.Arunachalaperumal Prof/ECE, received an amount of Rs.10,000 from IEEE Photonics society to organize national seminar on “Optical Burst Switching” during the month of March 2017.

    LIST OF PAPERS PUBLISHED IN INDEXED JOURNAL

  1. J.M, Badrinarayanan.S, and Rani Hemamalini.R, “VLSI architecture of dual standard interleaver for turbo codes” Journal of theoretical and applied Information Technology , E-ISSN 1817-3195 / ISSN 1992-8645, pp.408-416,Febrauary 2014.(Annexure II)
  2. J.M,Badrinarayanan.S and Rani Hemamalini.R , “VLSI Architecture for High Performance 3GPP Interleaver/Deinterleaver for Turbo Codes” International Journal of Computer, Communication and Control, ISSN 1841-9836, pp: 140-153, April 2014.(AnnexureII )
  3. Mathana J.M,Raja Paul Perinbam and P.Rangarajan , “Low ComplexityReconfigurable Turbo Decoder for Wireless CommunicationSystems” Arabian Journal of Science and Engineering, DOI 10.1007/s13369-012-0495-8, 2013. (Springer Publications, Annexure I)
  4. M. Mathana and ParthasarathyRangarajan ,“Reconfigurable architecture for high performance turbo decoder” International Journal of Computers and Applications, Vol.34 issue 3, pp.166-173,2012. (Acta press Publications, Annexure II)
  5. Mathana J.M and P.Rangarajan, “An Efficient Configurable Architecture for 3GPP Interleaving/ Deinterleaving in Turbo Coded Systems” European Journal of Science and Research,Vol.77 No.1,pp.95-106, 2012.(Annexure II)
  6. M , “Range, Speed Estimation of Motion of Target Using Pulse Radar” International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  7. Mathana J.M, “Eeg based treatment for attention deficit disorder peoples”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  8. Mathana J.M, “A comparitive study on digital terrain modelling for defense applications”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  9. Mathana J.M, “A review in Human Ingestion Behavior Monitoring system”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  10. Mathana J.M, “Design of High Performance Adaptive Routing in Network-on-Chip”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  11. Mathana J.M, “A Survey on Hardware Efficient Zero Forcing Precoding Algorithms for Massive MIMO Systems”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  12. MohanaGeethaTemporary Redundant Transmission Mechanism for SCTP Multihomed Hosts” ,The scientific world journal, Vol. 2015,pp.1-10,Jan 2015.
  13. MohanaGeetha ,“A Survey on Communication with UGV via UAV”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol. 10, 6 pp : 5388-5392, 2014 .
  14. MohanaGeetha, “A new compact microstrip E array antenna for WLAN applications”, Wireless personal communications, March 2014.
  15. MohanaGeethaStudy of Wave Pipelined System” International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol.10,no.2,pp-1639-1641, 2015.
  16. MohanaGeethaContext Aware Rule Expert System for Biometric Template protection” International Journal of Applied Engineering Research ,Vol.10, no.2, pp-1980-1984, 2015. 2015
  17. MohanaGeethaPerformance estimation of soliton pulse propagation in EDFA and DCF based optical network” Bonfring International Journal of Research in Communication Engineering ,Volume : 2, Special issue 1, Pages : 46 – 51, 2012.
  18. MohanaGeetha D Optimization of Various Parameters of Fixed Guided Beams with Electrostatic Actuation for Optical Switching Applications”, European Journal of Scientific Research, Vol.46, No.3, pp.465-482, 2010.
  19. MohanaGeetha “Performance analysis of hybrid full adder using tanner tool”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  20. MohanaGeetha “Analysis of Environmental Conditions Using Labview”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  21. Thanigaivelu, K. “K-level based Transmission-range scheme to alleviate Energy Hole problem in WSN”, 2012, in Proceedings of The Second International Conference on Computational Science, Engineering and Information Technology (CCSEIT-2012), pp.476-483, 2012.
  22. Thanigaivelu, K.Gridbased Clustering with Predefined Path Mobility for Mobile Sink Data Collection to Extend Network Lifetime in Wireless Sensor Networks”, IETE TECHNICAL REVIEW, Vol. 29, No. 2, pp.133-147, 2012.
  23. Thanigaivelu, K.Grid Based Clustering with Dual Cluster Heads to Alleviate Energy Hole problem for Non-Uniform Node distribution in Wireless Sensor Networks”, in “International journal of mobile and network design and innovation” (IJMNDI – INDERSCIENCE publication) for the Special Issue on: “Adaptation and Clustering in Mobile Networks”, Vol. 4, No. 1,pp. 3-13, 2012.
  24. Thanigaivelu, K, “A Survey on Energy efficient , distributed resource allocation and interference mitigation in device-to-device communication, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  25. Thanigaivelu,Eluding from Border Effects for Unbroken Relatedness in WSNs,International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  26. Thanigaivelu,Adaptive Scheduling And Cooperative Spectrum Sensing Using MIMO In Cognitive Radios, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  27. NagarajuImplementation of LEACH protocol for enhancing the secrecy in software defined radio channels” International Journal of Applied Engineering ResearchVolume 10, Number 3, pp. 8517-8525, 2015.
  28. Nagaraju “Adaptive Scheduling And Cooperative Spectrum Sensing Using MIMO In Cognitive Radios”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  29. Nagaraju, “Adaptive Dynamic Cat Swarm Optimization for Secondary User Selection In Cognitive Radio”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  30. R. Tapas Bapu, “Controlled Flow of Hopping for Saving Energy in Wireless Sensor Networks by using Bunny Hopping technique”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  31. Arunachalaperumal“Intelligent beamforming to improve the spectral efficiency in MIMO system” IEEE Digital Explorer DOI:10.1109/ICICES.2014.7034002.
  32. ArunachalaperumalAdaptive spatial modulation using candidate reduction technique”, IEEE Digital Explorer doi:10.1109/ICICES.2014.7034003
  33. ArunachalaperumalThe performance comparison of different variants of spatial modulation”DOI:10.1109/ICICES.2014.7033979.
  34. ArunachalaperumalPerformance evolution of trellis coding in Multiple Input Multiple Output communication systems—A review” Journal of Communications Technology and Electronics , Vol. 59, No. 11, pp. 1247–1252. (Annexure-I, Sl. No. 4499). IF 0.359
  35. ArunachalaperumalA comparative study of the performance of precoded MIMO using Trellis and STBC” DOI: 10.1109/ICoAC.2012.6416863. 
  36. ArunachalaperumalNavigation-pattern based relevance feedback for high efficient content-based image retrieval” IEEE Digital Explorer 10.1109/ICCCI.2012.6158790 
  37. ArunachalaperumalSecurity enhancement for MIMO based wireless network using codebook and diversity multiplexing” IEEE Digital Explorer 10.1109/ICECCT.2011.6077079 
  38. Arunachalaperumal, G.Abija, RaghunadhK.Bhattar, M.VanithaLakshmi&S.Dhilip Kumar 2015, ‘MIMO Satellite Channel Capacity and Applications- A Survey’, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Number 6. (Annexure-II, Sl. No. 8565)
  39. Priya&C. Arunachalaperumal2015, Interference Analysis of 4×4 MIMO Cognitive Radio Network’, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Number 6. (Annexure-II, Sl. No. 8565)
  40. Chandru, C.Arunachalaperumal&J.M.Mathana 2015, ‘Design of Multiband Parasitic Patch Antenna for MIMO Beam Steering’, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol. 10 No.2 (2015) pp. 1710-1713. (Annexure-II, Sl. No. 8565)
  41. Arunachalaperumal, C.Arun, S.Dhilipkumar, G.Abija, ‘Comparison of Beamforming Techniques for MIMO Wireless Networks’, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research (Accepted). (Annexure-II, Sl. No. 8565).
  42. Arunachalaperumal, C.Arun, S.Dhilipkumar, G.Abija, ‘Trellis Coded Spatial Modulation for Green Communication’, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research (Accepted). (Annexure-II, Sl. No. 8565).
  43. Arunachalaperumal , “A Study on LTE Networks and Performance Analysis of Downlink Scheduling Algorithms”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  44. Arunachalaperumal,“A comparitive study on digital terrain modelling for defense applications”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  45. Arunachalaperumal, “A Survey on Energy efficient , distributed resource allocation and interference mitigation in device-to-device communication”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  46. Arunachalaperumal,“An Efficient Convex Optimization Technique For Device To Device Communication”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  47. Vanitha Lakshmi, “A survey of backpressure based scheduling algorithms for delay tolerant networks”. IEEE Digital Explorer DOI:10.1109/ICICES.2014.7034006
  48. Vanitha Lakshmi,Design of wideband printed slot antenna with polarization diversity using hybrid feeding techniques”, IEEE Digital Explorer 10.1109/ICICES.2014.7034001
  49. Vanitha Lakshmi, “ Intensifying Vowels Of Speech Signal Based On Formant Tracking For Hearing Impaired”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  1. Vanithalakshmi Enhanced BNMF for Unsupervised and Semi-Supervised Speech environment”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  2. Anusha Adaptive dynamic cat swarm optimization for secondary user selection in cognitive radio”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II
  3. Suvitha An Efficient Convex Optimization Technique For Device To Device Communication”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  4. Radhika Effective use of mixed cell cache memory in multi core architecture”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  5. Menaka Enhanced multichannel l-mac scheduling protocol for hydroacoustic sensor networks”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  6. Menaka Eluding from Border Effects for Unbroken Relatedness in WSNs”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  7. M.Dhanalakshmi Energy Efficiency Optimization And Interference Avoidance Using Channeling Technique”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  8. Haripriya A Low Power High Sensitivity CMOS Transceiver for Wireless Sensor Node”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  9. Haripriya Extending the Network Lifetime in Wireless Sensor Networks using BigData”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  10. Subitha A Survey on Hardware Efficient Zero Forcing Precoding Algorithms for Massive MIMO Systems”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  11. Subitha Efficient precodingalgorthim for very large scale massive mimo system”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  12. Aruna Efficient precodingalgorthim for very large scale massive mimo system”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  13. Sasirekha Energy Efficiency Optimization And Interference Avoidance Using Channeling Technique”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  14. Ashwini , “Extending the Network Lifetime in Wireless Sensor Networks using BigData”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  15. MekalaDevi , “Effective use of mixed cell cache memory in multi core architecture”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  16. Thirumurugan, “Malicious detection using trust scheme in hybrid MANET DTN”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  17. Mohan, “ Microstrip Antenna and Its Modelling: A survey”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  18. Bharaneedharan , “Efficient VLSI Architecture for 2n Scaling of Signed Integar in RNS”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  19. S.Valarmathi , “Enhanced multichannel l-mac scheduling protocol for hydroacoustic sensor networks”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  20. Priscilla,“ Enhanced BNMF for Unsupervised and Semi-Supervised Speech environment”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  21. Balakumaran, “ Controlled Flow of Hopping for Saving Energy in Wireless Sensor Networks by using Bunny Hopping technique”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  22. K.Subha, “Implementation Of Machine Learning Algorithm With Open Source Toolware For The Analysis Of Near Infrared Spectroscopy Data”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  23. S,Performance evolution of trellis coding in Multiple Input Multiple Output communication systems—A review” Journal of Communications Technology and Electronics , Vol. 59, No. 11, pp. 1247–1252. (Annexure-I, Sl. No. 4499). IF 0.359
  24. S,A comparative study of the performance of precoded MIMO using Trellis and STBC” DOI: 10.1109/ICoAC.2012.6416863. 
  25. S,Intelligent beamforming to improve the spectral efficiency in MIMO system” IEEE Digital Explorer DOI:10.1109/ICICES.2014.7034002.
  26. S,‘Comparison of Beamforming Techniques for MIMO Wireless Networks’, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol. 10 No.20 (2015) pp. 2077-2081.
  27. S, ‘Trellis Coded Spatial Modulation for Green Communication’, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol. 10 No.20 (2015) pp. 2082-2085.
  28. S 2015, ‘MIMO Satellite Channel Capacity and Applications- A Survey’, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Number 6.
  29. S A Survey on Energy efficient , distributed resource allocation and interference mitigation in device-to-device communication”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  30. Abija, “Performance evolution of trellis coding in Multiple Input Multiple Output communication systems—A review” Journal of Communications Technology and Electronics , Vol. 59, No. 11, pp. 1247–1252. (Annexure-I, Sl. No. 4499). IF 0.359.
  31. Abija, ‘MIMO Satellite Channel Capacity and Applications- A Survey’, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Number 6. (Annexure-II, Sl. No. 8565)
  32. Abija, ‘Comparison of Beamforming Techniques for MIMO Wireless Networks’, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research (Accepted). (Annexure-II, Sl. No. 8565).
  33. Abija, ‘Trellis Coded Spatial Modulation for Green Communication’, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research (Accepted). (Annexure-II, Sl. No. 8565).
  34. Abija, ‘Implementation Of Machine Learning Algorithm With Open Source Toolware For The Analysis Of Near Infrared Spectroscopy Data”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  35. Dhivya “A survey of backpressure based scheduling algorithms for delay tolerant networks” IEEE Digital Explorer DOI:10.1109/ICICES.2014.7034006
  36. DhivyaMicrostrip Antenna and Its Modelling: A survey”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  37. M.MiniPriya Efficient VLSI Architecture for 2n Scaling of Signed Integar in RNS”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  38. Revathi, “Malicious detection using trust scheme in hybrid MANET DTN”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  39. Chandru,Wireless Control Station for Condenser evacuation system ( in 210 MW Thermal Plant ) Using Zig Bee and Embedded System”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  40. Chandru,“ Design of Multiband Parasitic Patch Antenna for MIMO Beam Steering”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research (IJAER), Vol. 10, No. 2 (2015) pp. 1710-1713
  41. Chandru, “Design of Reconfigurable Parasitic Antenna for Single RF Chain MIMO System”, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, Vol : 9, No. 3,(2015) pp. 339-342.
  42. Vidya, “Implementation of RSSI algorithm for navigation systems”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)
  43. Rekha, “Implementation of RSSI algorithm for navigation systems”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 10, Issue 87. (Annexure-II)