Research Work Optical Soliton transmission system
Faculty Dr. Manoj Kumar, Professor & Principal
Status: Executed Major Research Activities:


The term soliton (formed from Latin solitarius – solitary) is one of the fundamental unifying ideas in modern theoretical physics and mathematics. An impressive practical implementation of the soliton concept has been achieved in fiber optics, where soliton pulses are used as the information carriers to transmit digital signals over long-haul. Optical soliton research, full of innovative spirit, has recently arrived at the stage of a first real-world implementation of the soliton concept in communication systems. Realization of soliton-based transmission will clearly demonstrate how the results of the fundamental soliton theory can be successfully exploited in very important practical applications.

Practical and research interest is directed mostly towards two main goals: development of effective high capacity long-haul transmission systems and the upgrade of existing terrestrial fiber networks. There are two principal approaches to overcome these limitations: in the first (that can be called “linear”) both the chromatic dispersion and nonlinearity are considered to be detrimental factors while in the second, the nonlinear and dispersive effects are counter balanced (such systems can be called “nonlinear”). Nonlinear effects that are detrimental in the “linear” systems can be used to improve transmission characteristics of optical communication systems.

  • Our investigations have been focused to suggest alternative optical soliton based designs that are suitable for already installed optical transmission links. Based on our investigations, it is recommended that one of the promising ways to upgrade installed optical network is to exploit the 1.3μm optical window, where the step-index fibers have their zero dispersion wavelength, using wide-bandwidth polarization-insensitive SOAs. The pattern effect and the impact of chirp on pulse propagation after amplification have been investigated. The observations are based on modeling and simulation optical soliton transmission link. Optical soliton pulse transmission over distances of the order of several hundreds of kilometers has been shown with and without initial chirp.
  • We investigated that the Kerr non-linearity stabilizes solitons against splitting due to birefringence. The birefringence induced time delay between X and Y polarization components reduces to 200 ps from 440 ps when the Kerr non-linearity is taken into account at polarization angle and fiber length of 631.72 km (10 soliton periods) & 1264.344 km (20 soliton periods) for both the linear and nonlinear soliton transmission.
  • Our research goal was to realize long-haul, large capacity optical transmission by taking advantage of optical nonlinear effects, including optical solitons and nonlinear techniques for generating ultra short optical pulses. The soliton is a wave that exists in nature that can propagate over long distances without any distortion of its waveform. We have developed several novel path-averaged long-haul soliton transmission techniques, such as the use of path averaged soliton, dispersion-managed (DM) soliton, loss-managed soliton transmission systems. By adopting these techniques, we can increase the transmission capacity and upgrade installed terrestrial or submarine cables The investigations demonstrate the robustness of path-averaged soliton in a long-haul transmission link of 17,000 km at a bit rate of 10 Gbps. It has been investigated that relatively stable pulses can propagate over longer distances in long-haul dispersion managed soliton regime in a fiber link with loss and periodic amplification by keeping the average dispersion small but non-zero. It has been shown that the dispersion management is achieved through soliton pulse narrowing in anomalous dispersion fiber and broadening at DCF. In conclusion, we have reported that the pulse propagation in dispersion-managed soliton transmission link is similar to conventional transform-limited soliton transmission link.
  • We have also carried out performance evaluation of the Optical Soliton Transmission Systems under the influence of various linear and non-linear fiber parameters & performance measures. Performance evaluation has been carried out for the different modulation formats viz. NRZ, RZ Soliton, RZ Raised Cosine and RZ Super Gaussian.

Simulations for data formats Return to Zero (RZ), Non Return to Zero (NRZ), RZSoliton, Duobinary and their subcategories has been done with and without ideal dispersion compensation for optical communication systems. The results show that in general dispersion compensation improves timing jitter. RZ-Rectangular pulses show the smallest value of jitter without compensation. It has been observed that the RZRaised cosine and Soliton gives minimum jitter after ideal compensation. It has been reported that the BER performance of optical communication system using duobinary data format is 10e-8 and 10e-37 before and after dispersion compensation respectively.

Further the comparative study show that the timing jitter is lowest in case of RZSoliton (0.0127 ns) after dispersion compensation and 0.0135 ns for RZ-Rectangular data format before dispersion compensation.

Research Work “Designing of Electromagnetic Applicators for Cancer Therapy”
Faculty Dr. Neeru Malhotra, Associate Professor & Head
Status: Executed

Cancer has become one of the most devastating diseases in the world.

The interactions between the electromagnetic fields and biological systems have been the subject of great interest among the researchers for the last twenty years. In this area of research the use of microwaves energy in therapeutic medicine is a sensitive topic and has been in great demand over the years. Though the thermal therapies were being utilized for many diseases including the cancer treatment from early eighties, the hyperthermia technique is superseding other heat treatment modalities on account of its efficacy in association with radiotherapy and chemotherapy. Based upon the limitations of earlier antenna designs for microwave hyperthermia such as thermal lesion size, detrimental backwards heating, control of lesion generation and transient behaviour of tissue physical properties, the present research work focuses on simulation based design of interstitial and non- interstitial microwave antennas for the treatment of hyperthermia.

Electromagnetic fields predominantly have very positive properties for therapeutic applications including diathermy, hyperthermia for tumor and cancer therapy, liver ablation and cardiac ablation. The basic idea behind the hyperthermia treatment is to expose the body tissue at temperature 41-45ºC, killing the malignant cell and damaging proteins and structures within cell which may lead to shrink tumors. Microwave applicator suitable for hyperthermia needs to be properly designed in order to deliver electromagnetic energy into the tumor tissue with minimal irradiation of healthy tissue.

Microwave hyperthermia is recently being known to be in the interest of both, clinical and research oncologists, because of its properties to directly produce permanent damages of the treated tumors and to elicit important immunological responses against cancer cells by changing their immunogenicity. Hyperthermia is almost always used with other forms of cancer therapy such as radiation and/or chemotherapy and as an ablative procedure, according to the type of applicator used. Research has shown that high temperatures can damage and kill cancer cells, usually with minimal injury to normal tissues. According to the type of cancer tumor, the treatment technique is categorized as invasive or non-invasive. External hyperthermia is used to treat tumors that are in or just below the skin (superficial), where non-invasive applicators are located around or near the appropriate region, and energy is focused in the tumor to increase its temperature. For deep seated tumors internal or interstitial hyperthermia is applied using invasive applicators.

In this research work it has been discussed how advanced electromagnetic numerical techniques can be utilized to design the interstitial and non-interstitial antennas for realistic human body environment. To characterize and design antennas for the human body for microwave hyperthermia  finite difference frequency domain (FDTD) and finite element method (FEM) have been proven to be powerful tools for calculation of electric, magnetic and thermal fields. The present work focuses to introduce the possibility of treatment planning and feasibility study for microwave hyperthermia.

Hyperthermia is a very effective way to improve cancer treatment, but it is to a large extent an experimental technique at this time. It needs special equipment, an efficient doctor and treatment team who are adroit in using it. Therefore, it’s offered in only a few cancer treatment centers in the US and Europe so far.

High temperature hyperthermia used to treat liver cancer, the effectiveness of which depends on highly localized spherical shaped leison with minimum back radiations near the tumor cells. The single slot coaxial antenna operating at 2.45 GHz in the ISM (Industrial, Scientific, and Medical) band is designed through 3D simulation for more realistic liver tissue using FEM based HFSS software. The field distributions and specific absorption rate (SAR) obtained for the antenna are exported to ANSYS software for determining temperature distribution in the liver tissue.

HFSS is a high-performance full-wave electromagnetic (EM) field simulator for arbitrary 3D volumetric passive device modeling that integrates simulation, visualization, solid modeling, and automation in an easy-to-learn environment where solutions to 3D EM problems are quickly and accurately obtained.

HFSS utilizes automatic adaptive mesh generation and refinement where hierarchical basis functions with mixed order h-p refinement automatically distribute element order based on element size and generate an optimum combination of hierarchical basis functions. After investigating the electromagnetic fields induced by microwave radiative antenna, the distribution of thermal field and SAR of invasive coaxial-slot antenna are obtained and analyzed for optimized performance. The results show that much spherical leison is obtained with the optimized coaxial slot antenna design facilitated by 3D modeling using HFSS.

 

Research Work “Performance Analysis of Data Formats in Optical Soliton Transmission Link under the  impact of Chirp and Third Order Dispersion”
Faculty Dr. Jagjit Singh Malhotra, Associate Professor
Status: Executed

 

This research work is focused on the Performance Analysis of NRZ, RZ, CRZ and CSRZ data formats in Optical Soliton Transmission Link under the impact of Chirp and Third Order Dispersion. The objective is to analyze the performance of these data formats using performance metrics viz BER, Q factor, Eye opening etc. The results obtained so far indicate that performance of CRZ and CSRZ under the given system is better as compared to NRZ and RZ data formats. However CSRZ has yielded so far best results.

Research Work “Blocking Artifact Detection and Reduction in JPEG Compressed Images”
Faculty Dr. Jagroop Singh , Associate Professor
Status: Executed

 

The compression of digital images has received wide attention of researchers since it reduces the memory, bandwidth and transmission requirements. However, the reconstructed images suffer from visually annoying blocking artifacts at high compression ratios. As a result, image quality is subjectively rated down. In order to improve the quality of the reconstructed images, thus there is an obvious need for detection and removal of these blocking artifacts.
To reduce the blocking artifacts without degradation of image details, the proposed algorithm uses signal adaptive filtering as well as a corner outlier detection and replacement scheme. The signal adaptive filtering is based on four filtering modes in terms of activity across the block boundaries. To demonstrate the performance of the proposed novel algorithm-IIIR, PSNR, SSIM index based on HVS perception and other indices SF, BBM and MOS have been used. It is found that there is a significant improvement in the perceptual quality of the JPEG compressed images after the removal of blocking artifacts by the proposed method. Due to the low computational requirement, this method can be integrated into real time image/video applications that process image/video in the DCT domain, for online quality monitoring. The proposed method is especially suitable for applications involving image/video processing in DCT-domain.

Research Work Cross layer protocol design in wireless sensor network
Faculty Ms. Bindiya Jain, Assistant Professor
Status: Research in Process

 

Energy efficiency is a major consideration while designing wireless sensor network nodes. Most sensor network applications require energy autonomy for the complete lifetime of the node, which may span up to several years. These energy constraints require that the system be built such that wireless sensor networks use battery-operated computing and sensing devices. Keeping in view these approaches our aim is to design energy efficient cross layer approaches in WSN. Secondly, we have designed a new protocol in MAC layer named AMST-MAC: Adaptive Sleeping Multi-Frames Selective Data Transmission Control for Wireless Sensor Networks. This protocol has objective to remove the redundancy, reduce the number of packets sent for same amount of information, and also to allow the node to sleep for the time when it is idle even in the data cycle.

Research Work Image Compression
Faculty Ms. Aarti Kochhar, Assistant Professor
Status: Executed

 

Image compression has played a very important role for several applications in the area of multimedia communications, the objective being reduction of storage and transmission costs while maintaining the Image Quality. High quality image communication with low bit rate is gaining special importance in applications like video conferencing, video phone and interactive TV and newer applications like telemedicine, picture archiving and communication systems (PACS).  Many effective coding techniques have been developed for various applications. The block discrete cosine transform (BDCT) is amongst the most widely used techniques for compression of still and moving images. The main drawback of BDCT based compression techniques is the introduction of blocking artifacts which represents the artificial discontinuity between adjacent blocks resulting from the independent processing of the blocks without taking into account the inter-block pixel correlations. There is an obvious need of removing these blocking artifacts in the low bit rate transform compressed images. Several techniques/algorithms have been proposed by researchers, both in frequency and spatial domains, for reduction of these artifacts with varied degree of success.  I also did work to cope with the blockiness problem. For smooth regions, the blockiness artifacts is removed by modifying the DCT coefficients in the first row. For texture and edge regions, an edge preserving 3×3 median filter is used. The post processing algorithm reduces these blocking artifacts efficiently. The reduction in the blocking artifacts for each image have been evaluated different indices.

Research Work “Wireless Network Selection Algorithm for Multimedia Services in Heterogeneous Environment”
Faculty Dr. Kiran Ahuja, Assistant Professor
Status: Executed

 

A heterogeneous wireless environment integrates several different wireless access technologies; each with different characteristics, in order to satisfy the needs and the requirements of the mobile users. However, in such a diverse environment, the requirement for ubiquitous service delivery is usually equivalent with the Always Best Connected problem, i.e., the selection of the access technology that best suits the needs of the users. It is a significant issue to have mechanisms to help each user to decide which network is the most suitable for him/her at each moment of time for every application that the user requires. The decision is based on several QoS parameters criteria that ought to be optimized and this makes the network selection algorithm a very difficult task. The research is focused on network selection schemes for multi-service heterogeneous wireless networks. Depending on the information availability for the decision making from the underlying wireless technologies, profiles of users as well as networks are customized accordingly. The proposed network selection methods incorporate the use of parameterized network and user profiles in order to model diverse QoS flexibility for different real-time and non-real-time applications.

Research Work “Design and development of a cross layer frame work for wireless sensor networks”
Faculty Mr. Ramneek Sngh, Assistant Professor
Status: Research in Process

 

The research works aims to develop a cross layer framework for improving the various QoS parameters for wireless sensor networks. The methodology is to modify the conventional TCP/IP protocol stack to achieve the best possible interactions between various layers and optimize the network parameters. Simulation will be done using NS2 simulator.

Research Work “Synthesis & Characterisation of Microwave Materials”
Faculty Mr. Amit Arora, Assistant Professor
Status: Research in Process

 

With the development of radar and microwave communications technology, there is a need for the anti-electromagnetic interference devices and to minimize electromagnetic reflection from large structures such as aircrafts, ships& tanks (Stealth technology). The electromagnetic wave absorbing materials with the capability of absorbing unwanted electromagnetic signals have become one of the most crucial high-tech materials in recent years. So in my research work, such microwave materials will be developed which can be used in microwave applications and devices.

Research Work “Convergence of Optical and Wireless Networks”
Faculty Mr. Love Kumar, Assistant Professor
Status: Research in Process

 

Network convergence is the productive conjunction of phone, video and information correspondence inside a solitary system. The utilization of numerous correspondence modes in a solitary system offers comfort and adaptability unrealistic with discrete frameworks. System merging alludes to the procurement of phone, video and information correspondence administrations inside a solitary system. As it were, one funnel is utilized to convey all types of correspondence administrations. The procedure of Network Convergence is fundamentally determined by improvement of innovation and interest. One primary objective of such joining is to convey better administrations and lower costs to shoppers. System meeting in the US is encouraged by the legitimate and administrative structure set up by Congress and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and driven by new eras of telecom innovation. Not at all like different nations (e.g., Japan, South Korea, China) or locales (e.g., the European Union), the U.S. never embraced a formal meeting arrangement. Innovative change is driving merging from already unmistakable information transfers and media markets. The U.S. correspondences base is developing from circuit-based network, in which singular applications are firmly woven into the system design, to Internet Protocol system, in which different applications ride on top of the physical system layer.

Research Work Image Restoration
Faculty Ms. Poonam Sethi, Assistant Professor
Status: Executed

 

Images are produced to record or display useful information. Due to imperfections or degradations in the imaging and capturing process, however, the recorded image invariably represents a degraded version of the original scene. The undoing of these imperfections is crucial to many of the subsequent image processing tasks. Degradations can occur in the entire process of image acquisition, and there are many different sources of degradation. For instance, in aerial reconnaissance, astronomy, and remote sensing, images are often degraded by atmospheric turbulence, aberrations of the optical system, or relative motion between the camera and the object. Image degradations can be classified into several categories, among which point degradations or noise and spatial degradations or blurring are most common in applications. Other types of degradations involve chromatic or temporal effects.

Blurring is a form of bandwidth reduction of an ideal image owing to the imperfect image formation process. It can be caused by relative motion between the camera and the original scene, or by an optical system that is out of focus. In addition to these blurring effects, noise always corrupts any recorded image. Noise may be introduced by the medium through which the image is created (random absorption or scatter effects), by the recording medium (sensor noise), by measurement errors due to the limited accuracy of the recording system, and by quantization of the data for digital storage. The field of image restoration sometimes referred to as image deblurring or image deconvolution is concerned with the reconstruction or estimation of the uncorrupted image from a blurred and noisy one. Essentially, it tries to perform an operation on the image that is the inverse of the imperfections in the image formation system. In the use of image restoration methods, the characteristics of the degrading system and the noise are assumed to be known a priori. In practical situations, however, one may not be able to obtain this information directly from the image formation process. The goal of blur identification is to estimate the attributes of the imperfect imaging system from the observed degraded image itself prior to the restoration process. The combination of image restoration and blur identification is often referred to as blind image deconvolution. Most image restoration methods are based on convolution applied globally to the whole image.

Research Work “Human-Computer Interaction”
Faculty Mr. Hari Singh, Assistant Professor
Status: Research in Process

 

The human-computer interface (HCI) is a point where the human can tell the computer what to do and the computer displays the requested information. Like any communication and control system, an HCI has an input, an output and a translational algorithm that converts the former to the later. HCI output can be cursor movement, letter or icon selection, or another form of device control, and provides the feedback that the user and the HCI can use to adapt so as to optimize communication. Human-computer interaction is a discipline concerned with the design, evaluation and implementation of interactive computing systems for human use and with the study of major phenomena surrounding them. The most obvious application of HCI technology in its present state of development is to patients suffering from Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). ALS is a neuro- degenerative disease that leads to progressive paralysis of voluntary muscles. Patients eventually lose their ability to move or speak, but retain the ability to move their eyes. Therefore, eye movement is the most natural way for late-stage ALS patients to communicate. Due to the advanced performance of current computers and cheap price of external equipments, it is easy to construct a Human Computer Interface (HCI) as per the requirement of a patient. Therefore, this research is oriented to development of an eye based human-computer interaction system for ALS patients.

Research Work Performance Investigations of STBC-OFDM Systems under Wireless Fading Channels
Faculty Mr. Ganesh Chand, Assistant Professor
Status: Research in Process

 

ORTHOGONAL frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) has been widely applied in wireless communication systems in recent years due to its capability of high-rate transmission and low-complexity implementation over frequency-selective fading channels. Space-time coding is another promising technique to provide diversity gain through the use of multiple transmit antennas, especially when receive diversity is too expensive to deploy. In particular, the space-time block code (STBC) has received a lot of attention because a simple linear decoder can be used at the receiver side. These advantages make OFDM combined with STBC, known as STBC/OFDM systems. The advantages of orthogonal codes are that they do not require channel knowledge at the transmitter, and simple linear processing can be employed at the receiver for the symbol recovery. These orthogonal designs guarantee the inter-symbol interference (ISI) free condition when the communication channel is flat fading. In this work we will exploit the properties of cyclic prefix in order to cancel ISI for clipped OFDM systems. By using the properties of cyclic prefix a channel estimation technique is to be developed for the proposed system.

Research Work Investigation of SCm-CATV system with & without FBG
Faculty Mr. Ashish Malhotra, Assistant Professor
Status: Executed

 

In the information age, we are seeing a relentless demand for networks of higher capacities at lower costs. Concepts for broadband systems have been discussed since a long time however, recently through buzzwords such as “internet”, “communication highway” and “multimedia”, the discussion about interactive broadband services, especially those for residential customers has been so accelerated worldwide that the society has become an information society. New approaches have been attempted for further development of broadband distribution services and applications. Creation of a SCM-CATV link is the key step that will enable computer-mediated communications. It is a desirable alternative to the current fragile and bandwidth-limited Internet. It sidesteps the slow response of the telecommunications industry to data communications needs. The inetrnet growth is creating a significant strain on the voice telecom infrastructure. This problem is likely to be exacerbated further by the high bandwidth access required by NetPCs and multi-media applications such as Videophone and Video Email. Other broadband applications of interest include entertainment-on-demand, many-to-many conferencing (and collaboration), telemedicine, and distance learning.

Technology will soon allow us to build an independent National Data Grid of 100-gigabit bandwidth. This would be over 100 times faster than most current Internet backbone links. It has the potential to expand to 100 Terabits by the year 2010. It is the only way to provide gigabit data rates to individual subscribers at affordable rates in the foreseeable future. The SCM CATV initiative is primarily intended for power users who are chafing at the current limitations and high costs of receiving high bandwidth data from the current telecom providers. However, it should be obvious to everyone that these power users will immediately start using the digital system for video telephony and entertainment delivered on an individualized basis. permanently changing the index of refraction in a periodic pattern along the core of the fiber

 

Research Work Feature Analysis & Feature Classification of Neural Activity for Human Computer Interaction
Faculty Mr. Navleen Singh Rekhi, Assistant Professor
Status: Research in Process

 

The signal and image processing explores issues related to modeling, developing and evaluating algorithm to extract the information from the concerned source, such that to implement the findings on electrical and electronic systems. The specific research areas include robotic vision, neural prosthesis, speech and radar processing. Based on these applications, I had done work in neural prosthesis under the MHRD project. The work was based on developing the prosthetic hand for an individual with specific disability. The research had been published in leading IEEE conferences and journals. In continuation to processing, I have extended my work to robotic vision based on image processing. Human vision Perception is the ability to understand the information from the surroundings contained in the visible light. One of the major concern, is to identify what information is required to distinguish the objects from the background. Hence, the primary objective of my research will be to design and implement a new algorithm for better visibility and brightness of the image quality.

Research Work VLSI Design & MEMS
Faculty Ms. Risha Sharma, Assistant Professor
Status: Executed

 

My Research discusses applications of semistate theory in VLSI Design. Semistate theory is applied to design of linear VLSI circuits using an admittance framework for which the main components are CMOS capacitors, differential pairs and current mirrors. It shows how the hysteresis behaviour in electronic circuits can be explained in a robust manner using T Spice simulations and MATLAB. Furthermore, PFSCL circuit for nonlinear characteristic shaping and also this circuit is used to produce hysteresis loops with energy dissipation in circuit and noise margin.

The relation of noise margin and voltage swing, EDP with and without hysteresis is well explained in it with comparing the simulated and analytical results and error in noise margin, voltage swing and EDP of analytical results with simulated results.

Semistate theory also give results with consuming less time as compare to other methods and also gives various parameters simultaneously and it also gives information about hysteresis as compare to other methods. By using semistate theory, the error between simulated and analytical results becomes so less as compare to previous method used and various results validates with previous work.

My recent research is related to non-classical (generalized) theory of thermoelasticity. The analytical expressions for thermoelastic damping and frequency shift of vibration due to thermal variations areobtained. It is noticed that the damping of vibrations and frequency shift significantly dependon thermal relaxation time in addition to thermomechanical coupling in a circular plate underresonance conditions. The vibrations of such resonators are also significantly affected due tosurface conditions. The expressions for displacement and temperature fields in the plateresonator are also derived and obtained. The lower and upper bounds for thermoelastic damping have also been obtained. Some numerical results have been presented for illustration of analytical developments in case of silicon material plate.

 

International Journals

Year 2017

  1. Amit Arora, S. B. Narang and K. Pubby, “Effect of thickness on microwave absorptive behavior of La-Na doped Co-Zr barium hexaferrites in 18.0–26.5 GHz band,” Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, vol. 423, pp. 441–446, 2017. (Elsevier/Science Direct)

Year 2016

  1. Bhupinder Singh, Manju Bala , Manoj Kumar, “A Modified Weight Balanced Algorithm for Influential Users Community Detection in Online social Network (OSNs)”, International Journal of Advanced Engineering, Management and Science (IJAEMS), [Vol-2, Issue-6, June- 2016], ISSN : 2454-1311 .
  2. Neeru Malhotra and Manoj Kumar, “Investigations on PMD Induced Penalties in 40Gbps Optical Transmission Link”, available online w.e.f September 3, 2008 for publication in Elsevier Science’s International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Optik,Germany.doi:10.1016/j.ijleo.2008.07.007.
  3. Jitin Verma & Neeru Malhotra, “Compact size fractal antenna design using stripes to ncreases antenna Length for ism and higher frequency applications” in International Journal of Advance Research(IJAR),vol.4,issue 7, ISSN:2320-5407 (2016).
  4. Deepali Arora & Neeru Malhotra, “ TRM Antenna Failure Compensation in Wireless Sensor Network using Bacterial Foraging Optimization (BFO) ” in International Journal of Advanced Computronics and Management Studies (IJACMS), (2016).
  5. Manvir Singh Bhambra & Neeru Malhotra, “Ultra wideband patch antenna for C,X,Ku and K band applications” in International Journal of ScientificResearch (IJSR),vol.5, issue 5, ISSN:2277-8179 (2016).
  6. Varinder Verma & Dr. Neeru Malhotra,”Bandwidth enhancement using novel fractal M-inverted-M (MIM) geometry for Wireless Applications” in International Journal for Science, Management and latest Technology (IJSMT), ISSN:23955856.
  7. Lavish Kansal, Vishal Sharma, Jagjit Singh, “Performance evaluation of FFT-WiMAX against WHT-WiMAX over Rayleigh fading channel”, Optik – International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Volume 127, Issue 10, May 2016, Pages 4514-4519.
  8. Lavish Kansal, Vishal Sharma, Jagjit Singh, “BER assessment of FFT-OFDM against WHT-OFDM over different fading channel”, International Journal of Wireless Information Networks (May 2016), Springer doi:10.1007/s11276-016-1283-2
  9. Lavish Kansal, Vishal Sharma, Jagjit Singh, “Performance assessment of precoded OFDM using Discrete Cosine-based DOST Transform”, Optik – International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, In Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available online 14 May 2016
  10. Aakshi Sharma, Sapanjot Kaur, Rajan Miglani, Jagjit Singh Malhotra, “Implementation of all optical full-addition module based on SOA non linearity”, Journal of Optics ISSN: 0972-8821 (Print) 0974-6900 (Online) (May 2016), Springer doi:10.1007/s12596-016-0341-6
  11. Anjali Bakhshi , J. Singh, “Image Compression with quality assessment with Daubechies Wavelet transform”, International Journal of Informative & Futuristic Research, Volume 3, Issue No.7, March 2016. pp. 2353-2362.
  12. Amanpreet Kaur , Dr. Jagroop Singh, “Review on Image Compression Techniques and Advantages of Image Compression, International journal of advance research in Science and Engineering, Volume 8, Issue No.8, August 2016, pp. 216-221.
  13. Singh, “Image Compression – An Overview”, International Journal Of Engineering And Computer Science ISSN: 2319-7242 Volume 5 Issues 8 Aug 2016, Page No. 17535-17539.
  14. Singh and J. Singh, “Super Resolution Applications in Modern Digital Image Processing”, International Journal of Computer Applications (0975 – 8887) Volume 150 – No.2, September 2016, pp. 6-8.
  15. Singh, Frequency Domain Techniques For Blocking Artifact Reduction-A Review, International Journal Of Engineering And Computer Science, vol. 05, Issue 08, Aug 2016, pp. 17540-17543
  16. Anudeep Goraya, Jagroop Sing Sidhu, “Video Compression Techniques: A Review”, Amity Journal of Engineering and Technology Vol. 1, No. 1, 2016.
  17. Anjali Bakhshi , J. Singh, “Coiflet Wavelet Transform Image Compression based on JPEG Images”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, Vol. 5, Issue 7, July 2016, pp. 6358-6363.
  18. Singh and J. Singh, “Performance analysis of wavelet based denoising of images through various noises”, International Journal of Informative & Futuristic Research, vol.3, issue 12, 2016, pp. 4443-4451.
  19. Review paper: Video processing and its applications, International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET), 3, issue 8, 2016, pp. 594-599..
  20. Singh and J. Singh, “Comparative analysis of Gaussian filters with wavelet denoising for various noises present in images”, Indian Journal of Science and Technology, Vol 9(47), DOI: 10.17485/ijst/2016/v9i47/106843, December 2016, pp. 1-8.
  21. Reema Chopra, Kiran Ahuja, “Advanced Approach to Improve GSM Network QoS with Automatic Frequency Planning” CiiT International Journal of Wireless Communication, Vol. 8, No. 8, pp 304-308, 2016
  22. Shallu Singh, Kiran Ahuja, “Performance Evaluation of Wireless Mesh Network (IEEE 802.11s),” CiiT International Journal of Wireless Communication, Vol. 8, No.5 , pp 191-195, 2016
  23. Kiran Ahuja, Brahmjit Singh, Rajesh Khanna, “Network selection based on available link bandwidth in multi-access networks” Digital Communications and Networks, Vol. 2, pp 15-23, 2016
  24. Amit Arora and S. Bindra, “Structural and dielectric properties of co-substituted M-type barium hexaferrite,” J. Mater. Sci. Mater. Electron., 2016.(Springer Journals)
  25. Amit Arora and S. B. Narang, “Investigation of Microwave Absorptive Behavior of La-Na Substituted M-Type Co-Zr Barium Hexaferrites in X-Band,” Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism, vol. 29, no. 11, pp. 2881–2886, 2016. (Springer Journals)
  26. Sapandeep, Amit Arora,“A Rectangular Microstrip Patch Antenna for Ku, K and Ka Band Applications,” Wireless Communication, CIIT, vol. 8, no. 9, pp. 329-333, Oct. 2016. ISSN 0974 – 9640
  27. Singh, R and Verma, A.K. 2016. Energy Efficient Cross Layer based Adaptive Threshold Routing Protocol for WSN. Peer Reviewed and Accepted International Journal of Electronics and Communications. Elsevier. DOI information:10.1016/j.aeue.2016.12.001. (SCI indexed, Impact factor = 0.786)
  28. Singh, R. and Verma, A.K., 2016. Efficient image transfer over WSN using cross layer architecture. Peer Reviewed and Accepted Optik-International Journal for Light and Electron Optics. Elsevier. DOI information: 10.1016/j.ijleo.2016.10.143. (SCI indexed, Impact factor = 0.74)
  29. Singh, R. and Verma, A.K., 2016. Residual Battery Energy Models in WSN: A Survey. An International Journal of Engineering Sciences. 21 pp. 16-24. ((ISSN: 2229-6913) – Peer Reviewed and Accepted.
  30. Singh, R. and Verma, A.K., 2016. Congestion Aware Cross Layer DSR Routing In Wireless Sensor Networks. Communicated Wireless Personal Communications. Springer.
  31. Neha Thakral, Love Kumar, “Performance Investigation of RAMAN-EDFA HOA for DWDM System” International Journal for Science, Management and Technology (Accepted 02 October, 2016)
  32. Gopal Sharma . Love Kumar, “A Review: Congestion Control Clustering Protocol PASCCC in Wireless sensor networks” International Journal for Science, Management and Technology (Accepted 02 October, 2016)

 Year 2015

  1. Priya, Manoj Kumar, Harjit Pal Singh, “Compression based Energy aware routing algorithm for WSN”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Engineering & Technology (IJARCET) Volume 4 Issue 9, September 2015 3648 ISSN: 2278 – 1323
  2. Sooraj Parkash, Anurag Sharma, Manoj Kumar, Harsukhpreet Singh, “Performance Enhancement of WDM-PON FTTH Network by Using Decision Feedback and Feed forward Equalizations” International Journal of Signal Processing, Image Processing and Pattern Recognition Vol.8, No.8 (2015), pp.99-106, ISSN: 2005-4254
  3. Narpat Singh, Manoj Kumar, Manju Bala “Face Recognition System based on SURF and LDA Technique” J. Intelligent Systems and Applications, 2016, 2, 13-19 Published Online February 2016 in MECS, DOI: 10.5815/ijisa.2016.02.02
  4. Narpat Singh, Manoj Kumar, Manju Bala “To improve the accuracy in face recognition system” International Journal of Engineering Research,Vol.3 , Issue 2, 2015,pp 295-298 , ISSN:2321-7758.
  5. Gurminder Kaur, Manju Bala, Manoj Kumar “Performance Analysis of DYMO FSR & GSR Using Wromhole attack under Vanet’s”, “International Journal of computer Science & Information Technologies”, Vol. 6 Issue-2, 2015, ISSN (Print):0975-9646 ISSN (Online): 1765-1768.
  6. Sooraj Parkash, Anurag Sharma, Manoj Kumar, Performance investigation of CRZ modulation format in high speed 15X48GB/s WDM-PON”, Australian Journal of Information Technology and Communication, Volume II, Issue II, June 2015, pp 26-30. ISSN 2203-2843.
  7. Neeru Malhotra et.al., (2015), “Error Convergence Analysis for Local Hyperthermia Applications” International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology, vol. 11, issue 3.(Impact factor=0.042)
  8. Neeru Malhotra et.al.,“Reconfigurable Tapered Coaxial Slot Antenna for Hepatic Microwave Ablation” in International Journal of Electromagnetic Biology and Medicine- Informa Health Care, ISSN: 1536-8378 (print), 1536-8386 (electronic).
  9. Paramjot singh, Love Kumar & Neeru Malhotra, “Performance Analysis of 4 Channel WDM System” published in International Journal for Science and Emerging Technologies with Latest Trends Vol.-19, No.1: (2015).
  10. Juhi Rai, Ajay Dang, Neeru Malhotra & Anupma Marwaha, “Optimization of Feed Point Location of Low Profile Triangular Patch Antenna” published in International Journal of Electronics Communication and Computer Engineering. Vol. 5, Issue 2, ISSN (Online): 2249-071X, ISSN (Print):2278-4209 (2015).
  11. Lovdeep Singh, Jagjit Malhotra, Charanjeet Singh, S. Bindra Narang, “Investigation of microwave and electrical characteristics of Co–Zr substituted M-type Ba–Sr hexagonal ferrite”, Materials Science-Poland, Vol. 33, Issue 2, pp. 335–339, February 2015.
  12. Preet Kanwal, Dr. Jagjit Malhotra, “Transient mitigation of multi-channel long haul DWDM OADM ring network”, International Journal of Engineering Research-Online, volume-3, issue-3, June 2015.
  13. Abhay Bhandari, Jagjit Malhotra. “A reviw on Network Survivability in Optical Networks”, International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications, Vol. 5, Issue    12, (Part-3), December 2015, pp.97-101. (ISSN 2248-9622)
  14. Gurkirandeep kaur and J. Singh, A Comparative Analysis of Predefined & Proposed Filter for Different Gurumukhi Inputs, International Journal of Informative & Futuristic Research, No.2, Issue No.5, Jan. 2015, pp. 1431-1441.
  15. Singh, and S. Singh, “Corner outlier reduction in block based DCT compressed images”, Journal of Applied Global Research (JAGR), USA, Volume 8, Issue 21, 2015
  16. Kaur and J. Singh, “Discrete wavelet transform for image compression and quality assessment of compressed images”, International Journal of Informative & Futuristic Research, Vol. No.2, Issue No.9, May 2015, pp. 3247-3257
  17. Kaur, P. Kakkar and J. Singh, “An edge regeneration method for artifact removal in compressed images, International Journal of Computer Applications”, vol. 130, no. 17, 2015, pp. 28-36
  18. Sonia Jassi, Aarti Kochhar , “Improved Steganography in Images with 2K correction method” published in International Journal for Science and emerging Technologies with latest trends, 20(1)12-17 (2015) ISSN No.(online) 2250-3641, ISSN No. (print) 2277-8136
  19. Kiran Ahuja, Brahmjit Singh, Rajesh Khanna, “Optimal Network Selection in Heterogeneous Wireless Environment for Multimedia Services,” Wireless Personal Communication, Volume 83, Issue 1, pp 441-454, July 2015
  20. Paramjit Singh, Kiran Ahuja, “QoS aware topology management of MANET for cooperative communication,”CiiT International Journal of Wireless Communication, Vol 7, No.1 , 2015
  21. Singh, R. and Verma, A.K., 2015. Review Of Energy Efficient & Cross-Layer WSN Routing Protocols. Journal of Engineering and Technology. (ISSN : 0976-8580) – Peer Reviewed and Accepted.
  22. Surbhi, Ashish malhotra” Colour spaces effects on joint DCT-DWT Based digital image watermarking”International journal of Electronics,communication & Instrumentation TRANS STELLAR” Volume 5, Issue I, Feb 2015,9-18, . ISSN 2249-7951
  23. Shweta Chadha, Risha Sharma“Analysis of Low Phase Noise and Low Power CMOS VCO – A Review”, International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technologies, Vol. 6 (4) , 2015, 3475-3478

 Year 2014

  1. Gurkirat Kaur, Manoj Kumar, Manju Bala, “Comparing Ethernet & Soft RoCE over 1 Gigabit Ethernet”, International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technologies (IJCSIT) Vol. 5 (1) , 2014, pp 323-327 ISSN: 0975-9646.
  2. Gurminder Kaur, Manju Bala, Manoj Kumar “Review on Various Routing Protocols Based on VANET’s: A Survey” ” International Association of Scientific Innovaiton and Research (IASIR)” ISSN (Print): 2279-0063 ISSN (Online): 2279-0071 Internal Journal of Software and Web Sciences, 11 (1), December 2014- February 2015, pp. 16-24
  3. Anurag Sharma, Dinesh Kumar, Rahul Malhotra, Manoj Kumar, “Investigation of Delivery of Triple Play Service in GE-PON Fiber to the Home Network”, International Science Index Vol: 2014 No:10 Part XVII.
  4. Jagjit Singh Malhotra, Manoj Kumar, Ajay K. Sharma, Low cost solution to high capacity 32 x 32 channel FTTH duplex link employing triple play services. Elsevier Science’s International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Optik, Germany, Volume 125, Issue No.1, January 2014, Pages 93 -96. ISSN 0030-4026.
  5. Neeru Malhotra et.al., (2014), “Accurate Investigation of Coaxial-Slot Antenna for Invasive Microwave Hyperthermia Therapy”, International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research, vol. 16, ISSN (Print and Online): 2307–4531, no. 1,         388- 396.(Impact factor= 0.323)
  6. Neeru Malhotra et. al., (2014), “Finite Element Modeling of Novel Rectangular Plate Antenna for Superficial Hyperthermia”, International Journal of Electronics and Communication, ISSN: 2051-5219, vol. 14, issue 2. (Impact factor= 2.221)
  7. Lovdeep Singh, Jagjit Singh Malhotra, Charanjeet Singh, “Microwave Properties of Co-Zr Substituted M-type Ba-Sr Hexagonal Ferrite”, CiiT International Journal of Wireless Communication, Vol 6, No 05, May 2014.
  8. Jagjit Singh Malhotra, Manoj Kumar, Ajay K. Sharma, Low cost solution to high capacity 32 x 32 channel FTTH duplex link employing triple play services. Elsevier Science’s International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Optik, Germany, Volume 125, Issue No.1, January 2014, Pages 93-96. ISSN 0030-4026.
  9. Singh, D.Singh and Moin Uddin, “Detection methods for blocking artifacts in transform coded images”, IET image Processing, Vol. 8(8), 2014, pp. 435-444.
  10. Jagroop Singh Sidhu, “Blocking artifact detection and reduction in block based DCT compressed gray scale images”, Digital image processing, Vol. 6, no. 5, 2014.
  11. Kaur and J. Singh, “Comparative study of DWT based image Compression using HAAR, DAUB & COIF Wavelets”, International Journal of Advance Research In Science And Engineering, Vol. No.3, Issue No.10, October 2014, pp. 127-139.
  12. Bindiya Jain1, Gursewak Singh Brar 2, Jyoteesh Malhotra3 “A Survey on Design and Development of Energy Efficient Cross Layer Approaches in Wireless Sensor Networks” International Journal of Research in Advent Technology, Vol.2, No.4, April 2014 E-ISSN: 2321-9637
  13. Sonia Jassi, Aarti Kochhar, “Steganography in Images using sobel edge detection with 2K correction method”, published in International Journal for Science and emerging Technologies with latest trends,15(1) 1-6(2014) ISSN No.(online) 2250-3641, ISSN No. (print) 2277-8136
  14. Sukhmeet Kaur, Aarti Kochhar, “Detection and Removal of cast and self shadow in Images”, published in International Journal of Electronics ,Electrical and Computational system, 3(6) 1-5(2014)ISSN No. 2348-117X
  15. Paramjit Singh, Kiran Ahuja, “Effect of multi traffic on topology managed MANET with cooperative communication,” International Journal of Advances in Engineering and Technology, Vol. 5, No. 4, pp 48-52, Oct.-Dec., 2014
  16. Kiran Ahuja, Brahmjit Singh, Rajesh Khanna, “Network Selection Based on Weight Estimation of QoS Parameters in Heterogeneous Wireless Multimedia Networks,” Wireless personal communication, Vol. 77, No. 4, pp 3027-3040, August 2014
  17. Kiran Ahuja, Brahmjit Singh, Rajesh Khanna, “Network Selection Algorithm Based on Link Quality Parameters for Heterogeneous Wireless Networks” Optik- International journal for light and Electron optics, Vol. 125, No. 14, pp 3657–3662, July 2014
  18. Renuka Dogra, Kiran Ahuja, “Fuzzy Logic based Intelligent Vertical Handoff Algorithm,” International Journal of Research in Advent Technology, Vol.2, No.7, July 2014, E-ISSN: 2321-9637
  19. Kiran Ahuja, Brahmjit Singh, Rajesh Khanna, “Available Link Bandwidth Based Network Selection in Multi-access Networks,” International Journal of Intelligent Systems and Applications(IJISA), Vol. 6, No. 3, pp 76-83, February 2014
  20. Kiran Ahuja, Brahmjit Singh, Rajesh Khanna, “PSO Based Network Selection in Heterogeneous Wireless Environment”, Optik- International journal for light and Electron optics, Vol. 125, No. 1, pp 214–219, January 2014
  21. Varsha, Love Kumar, Anurag Sharma, “Design and Implementation of Optical codes in Multiuser WCDMA network”, International Journal of Electronics, Communication & Instrumentation Engineering Research and Development (IJECIERD), vol.4 issue 2 pp 149-154, 2014
  22. Anisha, Love Kumar ” PERFORMANCE EVALUATION ON OPTIMIZATION OF WCDMA BASED RADIO OVER FIBER (ROF) TRANSMISSION LINK” International Journal of Electronics, Communication & Instrumentation Engineering Research and Development (IJECIERD), Vol. 4, Issue 6, pp29-36, Dec 2014.
  23. Jatinder Pal Singh, Love Kumar, “Power Consumption Analysis of Wireless Sensor Networks with different Modulation and Routing Techniques” International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Computational and Applied Sciences, vol-2, pp 116-121, September-November 2014
  24. Varsha, Love Kumar, Anurag Sharma, “Design and Implementation of Optical codes in Multiuser WCDMA network”, International Journal of Electronics, Communication & Instrumentation Engineering Research and Development (IJECIERD), vol.4 issue 2 pp 149-154, 2014
  25. Poonam Sethi and Sonu Dhall, “Geometric and Appearance Feature Analysis for Facial Expression Recognition”, International Journal of Advanced Engineering Technology, V, Issue III, pp. 1-11, July-September 2014.
  26. Poonam Sethi and Sonu Dhall, “Fusion of Appearance and Geometric Descriptors in Facial Expression Analysis”, International Journal of Advanced Engineering Technology, V, Issue III, pp. 27-34, July-September 2014.
  27. Surbhi, Ashish malhotra” A survey on Image Watermarking Technique ”International journal of Sciences and emerging Technology with latest trends” 18(1),22-26(2014), . ISSN 2250-3641.

 

Year 2013

  1. Manwinder Singh, Manoj Kumar, Jyooteesh Malhotra, “Review on Cognitive Radios: A revolutionary idea behind optimum spectrum utilization”, CT International Journal of Information & Communication Technology (I2CT), Vol. 1, Issue 1, 2013, pp 16-22.
  2. Manwinder Singh, Manoj Kumar, Jyooteesh Malhotra, “ Research Gaps in Cognitive Radios Networks”, International Journal of advanced and innovative research.(IJAIR)Vol. 2 Issue 2, pp 121-125, Feb. 2013. ISSN: 2278-7844
  3. Gurkirat Kaur, Manoj Kumar, Manju Bala, “Performance Evaluation of Soft RoCE over 1 Gigabit Ethernet”, IOSR Journal of Computer Engineering (IOSR-JCE) Volume 15, Issue 4 (Nov. – Dec. 2013), PP 81-87 e-ISSN: 2278-0661, p- ISSN: 2278-8727.
  4. Jagjit Singh Malhotra, Manoj Kumar, Ajay K. Sharma, Performance evaluation and PMD tolerance of PM-QPSK at 100 Gb/s in dispersion managed 64 channel long haul DWDM optical communication link. DE GRUYTER Journal of Optical Communication, Vol.34(4), pages 351-356, 2013.
  5. Jagjit Singh Malhotra, Manoj Kumar, Ajay K. Sharma, Performance evaluation of 16 channel DWDM radio-over-fiber link, Elsevier Science’s International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Optik, Germany, Volume 124, Issue No.20, October 2013, Pages 4120-4122. ISSN 0030-4026.
  6. Jagjit Singh Malhotra, Manoj Kumar, Ajay K. Sharma, Estimation and mitigation of FWM penalties in dispersion managed 32 channel long haul DWDM soliton link, Elsevier Science’s International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Optik, Germany, Volume 124, Issue No.17, September 2013, Pages 3029-3032. ISSN 0030-4026.
  7. Jagjit Singh Malhotra, Manoj Kumar, Ajay K. Sharma, Performance optimization of high capacity long reach 32 channel FTTH downstream link employing triple play services, Elsevier Science’s International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Optik, Germany, Volume 124, Issue No.16, August 2013, Pages 2424-2427. ISSN 0030-4026.
  8. Parambir singh, Manoj Kumar, Anurag Sharma, “Design and performance investigation of multi user OCDMA network”. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research Vol. 4, Issue 7, July 2013. ISSN 2229-5518.
  9. Jagjit Singh Malhotra, Manoj Kumar, Ajay K. Sharma, Performance comparison of PSQPSK and PM-QPSK modulation schemes in high capacity long haul DWDM optical communication link. International Journal of Engineering Sciences, 2(5) May 2013, pp. 154-159.
  10. Manwinder Singh, Manoj Kumar, Jyooteesh Malhotra, “ Research Gaps in Cognitive Radios Networks”, Vol. 2 Issue 2, pp 121-125, Feb. 2013, International Journal of advanced and innovative research(IJAIR), ISSN: 2278-7844.
  11. Sheetal Nave, Neeru Malhotra, Rajdeep Singh “Implementation of GASAO Algorithm for Circuit Minimization and Optimization” published in International Journal Of Computer Science and Information Technology (IJCDIT),Vol.4, Issue 5, September -2013,ISSN: 0975-9646.
  12. Navdeep Kaur, Neeru Malhotra, “FPGA Impementation of ALU using BIST” published in International Journal Of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT),Vol.2, Issue 3,March -2013,ISSN: 2278-0181.
  13. Amninder Kaur, Neeru Malhotra, Saniya Puri and Bhavesh. Article: Analytical Study of Design Parameters of Co-Axial Antenna for Microwave Ablation Therapy using COMSOL Multiphysics. International Journal of Computer Applications 83(12):48-51, December 2013
  14. Alok Kumar, Jagjit Malhotra & Neeru Malhotra,”Performance Investigations on Multichannel Radio-over- Fiber (RoF) Link”, publishrd in UACEE International Journal of Advances in Electronics Engineering, Vol.2,Issue-3 ISSN 2278-215X.
  15. Jagjit Singh Malhotra, Manoj Kumar, Ajay K. Sharma, Performance evaluation of 16 channel DWDM radio-over-fiber link, Elsevier Science’s International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Optik, Germany, Volume 124, Issue No.20, October 2013, Pages 4120-4122. ISSN 0030-4026.
  16. Jagjit Singh Malhotra, Manoj Kumar, Ajay K. Sharma, Performance evaluation and PMD tolerance of PM-QPSK at 100 Gb/s in dispersion managed 64 channel long haul DWDM optical communication link. DE GRUYTER Journal of Optical Communication, Vol.34(4), pages 351-356, December 2013.
  17. Jagjit Singh Malhotra, Manoj Kumar, Ajay K. Sharma, Estimation and mitigation of FWM penalties in dispersion managed 32 channel long haul DWDM soliton link, Elsevier Science’s International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Optik, Germany, Volume 124, Issue No.17, September 2013, Pages 3029-3032. ISSN 0030-4026
  18. Jagjit Singh Malhotra, Manoj Kumar, Ajay K. Sharma, Performance optimization of high capacity long reach 32 channel FTTH downstream link employing triple play services, Elsevier Science’s International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Optik, Germany, Volume 124, Issue No.16, August 2013, Pages 2424-2427. ISSN 0030-4026.
  19. Jagroop Singh, “Deblocking filtering method based on separate modes”, International Journal of Computer Science & Engineering Technology (IJCSET), Vol. 4 No. 06 Jun 2013, pp. 690-695.
  20. Yudwanshi and Jagroop singh, ‘Application of Bacterial Foraging Optimisation as a De-noising filter”, International Journal of engineering trends and technology, vol.4, issue 7.
  21. Roohi Makol and Jagroop Singh, “Review of Deblocking Of Compressed Images Using Post Processing Spatial Techniques, “International Journal for Science and Emerging Technologies with Latest Trends”, vol. 9(1), 2013, pp. 1-7.
  22. Gurmeet Kaur, Aarti Kochhar, “Transform domain Analysis of Image steganography” published in International Journal for Science and emerging Technologies with latest trends, 4(1) 29-37 (2013) ISSN No.(online) 2250-3641, ISSN No. (print) 2277-8136
  23. Amanbir Sandhu, Aarti Kochhar, “Analysis For Image retrieval of texture ,color and shape features” published in  International Journal of Management, IT and Engineering,3(2013): 386-394 ISSN: 2249-0558
  24. Gurmeet Kaur,Aarti Kochhar, “A Steganography implementation based on LSB and DCT”, published in International Journal for Science and emerging Technologies with latest trends, 4(1) 35-41 (2012) ISSN No.(online) 2250-3641, ISSN No. (print) 2277-8136
  25. Kiran Ahuja, Brahmjit Singh and Rajesh Khanna, “Available Bandwidth Estimation for Network Selection in Heterogeneous Environment of WLAN and WiMAX”, International Journal of Computer Applications 71(5):23-27, June 2013. Published by Foundation of Computer Science, New York, USA, ISSN: 0975 – 8887
  26. Meenal, Kiran Ahuja, “ Performance analysis of Multi Traffic over Multi Rate EDCA of WLAN network,” International Journal of future generation communication and networking, Vol. 6, No. 6,  pp 99-108, 2013 ISSN: 2233-7857
  27. Gurjit Kaur, Kunal Malik, Kiran Ahuja, “Impact on power consumption of Zigbee based home automation network using various traffic,”  International Journal of future generation  communication and networking, Vol. 6, No. 6, pp 17-24, 2013 ISSN: 2233-7857
  28. Anisha, Love Kumar ”Simulative Analysis of DPSK modulated WCDMA Based RoF Link” International journal of science & emerging technology with latest trends, vol 11 issue 1pp22-26., 2013
  29. Jatinder Pal Singh, Love Kumar ”A Survey on Power Management Techniques in Wireless Sensor Network” international journal of science & emerging technology with latest trends, vol 13 issue 1 pp31-35, 2013.
  30. Poonam Sethi and Manisha Lumb, “Texture Feature Extraction of RGB, HSV, YIQ and Dithered Images using GLCM, Wavelet Decomposition Techniques”, International Journal of Computer Applications, Vol. 68, No. 11, pp. 25-31, April 2013.
  31. Poonam Sethi and Manisha Lumb, “Texture Feature Extraction of RGB, HSV, YIQ and Dithered Images using Wavelet and DCT Decomposition Techniques”, International Journal of Computer Applications, Vol. 73, No. 10, pp. 41-49, July 2013.
  32. Poonam Sethi and Jaideep Kaur, “Evaluation of Fuzzy Interference System in Image Processing”, International Journal of Computer Applications, Vol. 68, No. 22, pp. 1-4, April 2013.
  33. Poonam Sethi and Jaideep Kaur, “An Efficient Method of Edge Detection using Fuzzy Logic”, International Journal of Computer Applications, Vol. 77, No. 15, pp. 27-30, September 2013.
  34. Navjot Kaur, Rekhi N S, Nayyar A, “Review of Expert Systems Based on Fuzzy Logic”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer and Communication Engineering, vol. 2 Issue 3, pp 1334-39, March 2013.

 

Year 2012

  1. Jagjit Singh Malhotra, Manoj Kumar, Ajay K. Sharma , Performance enhancement of 32 channel long haul DWDM soliton link using electronic dispersion compensation, International Journal of Electronics Communication & Instrumentation Engineering Research and Development, Vol. 2 Issue 4, pp. 11-16, Dec- 2012.
  2. Amandeep Singh, Neeru Malhotra & Gagandeep Sharma, “Simulative Analysis of Discone Antenna for 2.44 Ghz Regime using Antenna Magus”, published in International Journal of Computing and Corporate Research,Vol.2, Issue-2,March 2012.
  3. Navdeep Kaur, Neeru Malhotra, “VHDL Implementation of ALU with Built-in-Self-Test Tecnique”, published in International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT),Vol.5, Issue 1,November -2012,ISSN: 2278-800X.
  4. Gaurav Bhargav, Neeru Malhotra “Effectiveness of PCB Simulations in High Speed DDR Memory Design” published in International Journal for Science and Emerging Technologies with latest Trends Vol.2, November-2012.
  5. Amrit Pal Singh, Rajesh Kumar, Neeru Malhotra and Suman, “Preparation of ZnO Nanoparticles by Solvothermal Process” published in International Journal for Science and Emerging Technologies with Latest Trends,Vol.4, ,December-2012,ISSN: 2250-3641.
  6. Amandeep Kaur Virk, Jagjit Singh Malhotra, Sakshi Pahuja, “Link Margin Optimization of Free Space Optical Link under the Impact of Varying Meteorological Conditions”, International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology (IJEST), 4(3), 1120 – 1125, March 2012.
  7. Anurag Sharma, Jagjit Singh Malhotra, “Performance Optimization of Multi-Channel, High Speed DWDM OADM ring”, CiiT International Journal of Digital Signal Processing, 2012.
  8. GauravSoni, Jagjit Singh Malhotra, “Impact of Beam Divergence on the Performanceof Free Space Optical System,” International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications, Volume 2, Issue 2, February 2012.
  9. Vishal Sharma, Jagjit Malhotra, Harsukhpreet Singh, “Quality of Service (QoS) evaluation of IEEE 802.11 WLAN using different PHY-Layer Standards” Optik – Int. J. Light Electron Opt. (2012), doi:10.1016/j.ijleo.2011.12.009
  10. Jagjit Singh Malhotra, Manoj Kumar, Ajay K. Sharma , Performance enhancement of 32 channel long haul DWDM soliton link using electronic dispersion compensation, International Journal of Electronics Communication & Instrumentation Engineering Research and Development, Vol. 2 Issue 4, pp. 11-16, Dec- 2012.
  11. Vishal Sharma, Jagroop Singh, and Shally Gujral, “Performance analsis of sack enabled TCP connection over wireless link”, International Journal of Computing and Corporate Research, vol. 2, march 2012.
  12. Jasmeen Kaur and Jagroop Singh, “Image denoising technique based on fuzzy histogram adaptive filter”, International Journal of Engineering and Research and Technology (IJERT) vol.1, issue 7, 2012
  13. Vishal Sharma, Jagroop Singh, and Shally Gujral, “Performance evaluation of the TCP connection using different error control mechanism (ECMs),” International Journal of Light Electron Opt. (Elesiver), 2012.
  14. Amanbir Sandhu’Aarti Kochhar, “Content Based Image Retrieval using Texture, Color and Shape for Image Analysis” published in International Journal of Computers & Technology 3(1) 149-152 (2012) ISSN No.2277-3061
  15. Rupinder Kaur, Kiran Ahuja, “Impact of Transmission Power on QoS of IEEE 802.11 Mesh Network”, International Journal of Computer Information Systems, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp 8-11, July 2012 , ISSN: 2229-5208
  16. Kranti Bala, Kiran Ahuja, “Impact of Group Mobility on QoS of Mobile WiMAX (IEEE 802.16e) Network with CBR Application,” International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science, Vol. 3, No. 2, March-April 2012 ISSN No. 0976-5697
  17. Rajdeep Singh, Amit Arora, “Circuit Minimization in VLSI using PSO & GA algorithms”, International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology- Volume 3, Issue 1- 2012.
  18. Singla R,Sharma N, Rekhi N S, “A Review Based on Function Classification of EEG Signals”, International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security, Volume 11, Issue 5,May 2013, pp 39-46.Year 2012
  19. Poonam Sethi and Paramjeet kaur, ”Blocking Artifacts Reduction in Block based Discrete Cosine Transform Compressed Images”, International Journal of Computer Applications, Vol. 42, No. 6, pp. 19-24, March 2012.
  20. Poonam Sethi and Paramjeet kaur, ” Removal of Blocking Artifacts using Various Filtering Techniques”, International Journal of Computer Applications, Vol. 48, No. 24, pp. 11-18, June 2012.
  21. Poonam Sethi and Gurpreet Kaur, ” A Novel Methodology for Automatic Bacterial Colony Counter”, International Journal of Computer Applications, Vol. 49, No. 15, pp. 21-26, July 2012.

 

Year 2011

  1. Vanita Kamra and Manoj Kumar, “Power penalty in multi tone radio-over fibre system employing direct and external modulation with optical amplifiers”, Elsevier Science’s International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Optik, Germany, Volume 122, Issue No.1, January 2011, Pages 44-48. ISSN 0030-4026.
  2. Amandeep Kaur,Neeru Malhotra and Bindiya Jain, “Comparative simulative analysis of polarization mode dispersion in WDM system using various polarization states”, CIIT International Journal of wireless communication, Coimbatore, Vol. 3,No 1,January 2011. Print: ISSN 0974 – 9756 & Online: ISSN 0974 – 9640
  3. Amandeep Kaur & Neeru Malhotra, “Comparative Simulative Analysis of Polarization Mode Dispersion in WDM System using various Polarization states”, published in CiiT International Journal , Vol.3, No.1. January 2011.
  4. Shikha Arora, Neeru Malhotra & Rajdeep Singh “Hybrid Algorithm PSO and SA in achieving Partitioning Optimization for VLSI Applications” published in International Journal of P2P Network Trends and Technology (IJPTT)- Vol.2, Issue-1-2011.
  5. Ashish Malhotra, Neeru Malhotra, Love Kumar , Aarti Kochhar, “ Investigation on SCM- CATV Transmission  link with and without Fiber Bragg Grating”, International journal of advance engineering sciences and technologies, vol 7 , issue 1, (2011), ISSN 2230-7818.
  6. Ravinder Kaur, Ashish Raman, Hardev Singh and Jagjit Malhotra, “Design and Implementation of High Speed IIR and FIR Filter using Pipelining,” International Journal of Computer Theory and Engineering vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 292-295, 2011.
  7. Sushil Kumar Bhardwaj, Jagjit Singh Malhotra, “Simulation and Comparison of Hashing Techniques in CDN DNS”, International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology (IJEST), Vol. 3 No. 4 Apr 2011, pp 3039-3044.
  8. Gaurav Soni, Jagjit Singh Malhotra, and Gullagong “Performance Investigation of FSO System using different Modulation Schemes,” International Journal ‘Computer Apex’, 2011.
  9. Singh, S.Singh, D.Singh, Moin Uddin, “Detection method and filters for blocking effect reduction of highly compressed images, Signal Processing: Image Communication, (Elsevier) vol. 26, pp. 493-506, May 2011.
  10. Singh, S.Singh, D.Singh, Moin Uddin, “A signal adaptive filter for blocking effect reduction of JPEG compressed images”, Int. J. Electron. Commun., (Elsevier) vol. 65, pp. 827-839, 2011.
  11. Singh, S.Singh, D.Singh, Moin Uddin, “Blocking artifact detection in block-based DCT compressed images “Int. J. Signal and Imaging Systems Engineering, vol. 4, pp. 181-188, 2011.
  12. Parminder Kaur and Jagroop Singh, “A study on the effect of Gaussian noise on PSNR value for digital images,”International Journal of Computer and Electrical Engineering, vol. 3(2), pp. 319-321, 2011.
  13. Harjot Kaur, Bindiya Jain and Amit “Comparative Performance Analysis of M-ary PSK Modulation Schemes using Simulink,” International Journal of Electronics & Communication Technology, IJECT Vol. 2, Issue 3, Sept. 2011, ISSN : 2230-7109(Online) | ISSN : 2230-9543(Print)Impact factor :5.09.
  14. Varsha Sahni, Bindiya Jain and Vivek Thaper “Security implications of adhoc routing protocols against wormhole attack using random waypoint mobility model in wireless sensor network,” International Journal of computer science & information security, Vol. 9, Issue 11, Nov. 2011, ISSN : 1947-5500.
  15. Vivek Thaper,Bindiya Jain and Varsha Sahni “Performance analysis of adhoc routing protocol using random way point mobility model in wireless sensor networks,” International Journal of computer science & engineering, Vol. 3, Issue 8, Aug. 2011, pp 3059-3063,ISSN : 0975-3397.
  16. Kranti Bala, Kiran Ahuja, “ Impact of Mobility On QoS of Mobile WiMax Network With CBR Application” International journal of Advancements in Technology, Vol 2, No 3, pp 423-429, July 2011, ISSN 0976-4860
  17. Parvesh Rani, Kiran Ahuja, “Circuit switch traffic analysis in 3G (W-CDMA) system ” International Journal of Electronics Engineering and Technology (IJEET), ISSN 0976 – 6553
  18. Parvesh Rani, Kiran Ahuja, “Packet Switch Traffic Analysis in 3G (W-CDMA) System” International Journal of Advanced Engineering Technology, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp 141-146, June 2011, E-ISSN 0976-3945
  19. Kiran Ahuja, Dr. Rajesh Khanna, Dr. Brahmjit Singh, “Available bandwidth estimation: A criterion for network selection in 3G and WLAN heterogeneous environment” International Journal of Research and Reviews in Computer Science (IJRRCS), Vol. 2, No 3, June 2011 issue. ISSN: 2079-2557
  20. Shampy Bhandari and Kiran Ahuja, “Comparison of Empirical Propagation Models at 900/1800 MHz based on Path Loss with an impact of Clutter Loss” International Journal of Mobile Communication & Networking (IJMCN). Vol 1, No.1, 2011, ISSN 2231-1203
  21. Supreet Sahi, Kiran Ahuja, “A Performance analysis of UMTS handover with CBR Application”, International Journal of Communication Engineering Applications, Vol. 2, Issue 3, July 2011, ISSN 2230-8520, EISSN 2230-8530
  22. Kiran Ahuja and Manoj Kumar, “Significance of Empirical and Physical Propagation Models to Calculate the Excess Path Loss”, Journal of engineering and research studies, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp 1-6, April 2011, ISSN number: 0976-7916
  23. Shivani Sharda and Kiran Ahuja “Reliability of higher mapping techniques over noisy channel with OFDM for wireless services” International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology, March 2011, ISSN- 0975-5462
  24. Gurjit Kaur and Kiran Ahuja, “QoS measurement of Zigbee home automation network using various modulation schemes”, International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology, Feb 2011, ISSN- 0975-5462
  25. Gurjit Kaur and  Kiran Ahuja, “QoS measurement of Zigbee home automation network using various routing protocols” International journal of computer applications, Number 2 – Article 5, January 2011, ISSN 0975 – 8887
  26. Maninder Singh and Kiran Ahuja, “Performance Evaluation of Adaptive Modulation Techniques of WiMAX System with Optimized Cyclic Prefix ” International Journal of Advanced Research in Computer Science, Vol. 2, Issue 1, pp 477-480, Jan- Feb 2011, ISSN No. 0976-5697.
  27. Parvesh and Kiran Ahuja, “Simulation study of interference impact based on number of channels allocated per sector in WiMAX networks” International Journal of Advanced Engineering Technology, Vol. 2, Issue 1, January 2011 E-ISSN 0976-3945,
  28. Shampy Bhandari and Kiran Ahuja, “Coverage predication modeling for mobile radio systems operating in 900MHz frequency range”, CiiT International Journal of Programmable Device Circuits and Systems, January 2011, Print: ISSN 0974 – 973X & Online: ISSN 0974 – 9624
  29. Maninder Singh and Kiran Ahuja, “Performance Evaluation of Adaptive Modulation Techniques of WiMax Network with cyclic prefix” International Journal of Advanced Engineering Sciences and Technologies, Volume 3, issue 1, pp-034-038, ISSN: 2230-7818
  30. Shveta Sharma, Amit Arora, Ravinder Kaur, “Desynchronization Approach for Clocked Circuits”, IJRIM, Volume 1, Issue 4 (August, 2011), (ISSN 2231-4334).
  31. Ashish Malhotra, Neeru Malhotra, Love Kumar, Aatri koccher “Investigation on SCM-CATV Transmission Link with & without Fiber Bragg Grating” Published in IJAEST, Vol.7, No. 1, June 2011.
  32. Sarabjit Singh, Love Kumar “Performance Investigations on DWDM-OADM Optical Ring Network for CRZ Data Format at Different Fiber Length” in International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research Volume 2, Issue 9, September-2011
  33. Ashish malhotra, Neeru Malhotra, Love Kumar ,Aarti kochher “ investigation on SCM-CATV Transmission link with and without Fiber Bragg Grating”, International Journal of advance Engineering sciences and Technologies , Volume 7, Issue I, 2011, . ISSN 2230-7818
  34. Rekhi N S, Arora A S, Dhillon H S “Comparison Of Local Discriminant Analysis and Singular Value Decomposition for Classification of Surface EMG Signal “published by Academic Research International , Volume 1, Issue 2 , July 2011, 2011 SAVAP International
  35. Dhillon H S, Rekhi N S, “The Effect of Emotions on Electrocardiogram” published by Academic Research International , Volume 1, Issue1 , July 2011, 2011 SAVAP International
  36. Risha Sharma & Rekha Dhiman “Analysis of 4H-SiC MOSFET in drift region for height and Breakdown Voltage” International journal of VLSI & Signal Processing Applications (IJVSPA), Volume 1, 2011,pp. 21-25. Year 2010
  37. Risha Sharma & Mohit Gupta “Analysis and Design of Low Power Column bypass Multiplier using Modified Booth Algorithm” International Journal of Trends in Electronics  Engineering(IJTIEE), Volume1, issue 6,pp.8-12, 2012. Year 2011

Year 2010

  1. Bindiya Jain, Manoj Kumar, “Simulative analysis of pre- and post-compensation using CRZ format in WDM optical transmission link”, Elsevier Science’s International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Optik, Germany, Volume 121, Issue No.21, November 2010, Pages 1948-1954. ISSN 0030-4026.
  2. Parvinder Singh Sandhu, Manoj Kumar, “Performance analysis of high data rate multiple users TR-UWB system using AWGN channel”, published in International Journal of Information and Telecommunication Technology Vol 1, No 1 (2010), (ISSN: 0976-5972).
  3. Jagjit Singh Malhotra and Manoj Kumar, “Performance Analysis of NRZ, RZ, CRZ & CSRZ data formats in 10 Gb/s optical soliton transmission link under the impact of chirp and TOD”, Elsevier Science’s International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Optik, Germany, Volume 121, Issue No.9, May 2010, Pages 800-807. doi:10.1016/j.ijleo.2008.08.010. ISSN 0030-4026.
  4. Neeru Malhotra and Manoj Kumar, “Investigations on PMD Induced Penalties in 40 Gbps Optical Transmission Link”, Elsevier Science’s International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Optik, Germany, Volume 121, Issue No.3, February 2010, Pages 217-306. doi:10.1016/ j.ijleo.2008.07.007. ISSN 0030-4026.
  5. Manoj Kumar, Ajay K Sharma and T S Kamal, “Performance Evaluation of Path-averaged Soliton Pulses in Loss-Managed 10 Gbps Soliton Transmission Link over a Long Haul”, Elsevier Science’s International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Optik, Germany, Volume 121, Issue No.1, January 2010, Pages 68-76. Tdoi:10.1016/j.ijleo.2008.05.017T. ISSN0030-4026.
  6. Monika Gupta, Neeru Malhotra and A.N.Pathak” Performance Analysis of FTTH at 10 Gbit/s by GEPON Architecture” IJCSI International Journal of Computer Science Issues, Vol. 7, Issue 5, September 2010.
  7. Monika Gupta, Neeru Malhotra and A.N.Pathak, “Performance Analysis of FTTH at 40 Gbit/s by GEPON Architecture” published in CiiT International Journal of Fuzzy System, Issues, Vol.2, No.-8, August 2010.
  8. Neha Singh & Neeru Malhotra “Simulative model for evaluating the performance of ATM network” published in CiiT International Journal,Vol.2, No.11(2010).
  9. Ashish Malhotra & Neeru Malhotra, “Investigations on SCM-CATV Transmission link with and without Fibre Bragg Grating”, Published in International Journal of Advanced Engineering Sciences and Technologies, Vol.7, No.1, ISSN: 2230-7818.
  10. Jagjit Singh Malhotra and Manoj Kumar, “Performance Analysis of NRZ, RZ, CRZ & CSRZ data formats in 10 Gb/s optical soliton transmission link under the impact of chirp and TOD”, Elsevier Science’s International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Optik, Germany, Volume 121, Issue No.9, May 2010, Pages 800-807. doi:10.1016/j.ijleo.2008.08.010. ISSN 0030-4026.
  11. Ravinder Kaur, Ashish Raman, Hardev Singh and Jagjit Malhotra, “Design and Implementation of High Speed FIR Filters Using DA Algorithm” Coimbatore Institute of Information Technology International Journal, October 2010, DOI: DSP102010004.
  12. Singh, S.Singh, D.Singh, Moin Uddin , “Reduction of blocking artifacts in compressed medical images”, Journal of Information and Computing Science (UK), vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 047-054, 2010.
  13. Gandam and Jagroop Singh, “A Post-Processing algorithm for detection and removal of corner outlier”, International Journal of Computer Applications (0975-8887), vol.4, no. 2, July 2010.
  14. Aarti Kochhar, Jagroop Singh, “Post –filtering method for reducing blocking artifacts,” International Journal of Engineering and information Technology”, vol.2, no. 3, pp. 201-206, 2010.
  15. Singh, S.Singh, D.Singh, Moin Uddin , “Efficient DCT domain blind measurement of blocking artifacts” Journal of Information and Computing Science (UK), vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 047-054, 2010.
  16. Bindiya Jain and Manoj Kumar “Simulative analysis of pre- and post-compensation using CRZ format in WDM optical transmission link’’ optik,International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Volume 121, Issue 21, November 2010, Pages 1948-1954. ISSN: 0030-4026, Impact factor:0.742
  17. Aarti kochhar , Jagroop Singh Sidhu, “ Post Filtering Method for reducing Blocking Artifacts”, vol 2 No. 3201-206, (2010), International Journal of Engineering and Information Technology.

 Year 2009

  1. N Sharma, Risha Sharma “Damping in microscale generalized thermoelastic circular plate resonator” Ultrasonics(International Journal of Elsevier), Volume 51, 2010, pp.352-358. Year 2009
  2. Manju Sharma, Manoj Kumar and Ajay K Sharma, “HTTP and FTP Statistics for Wireless and Wire-line Network with and without Load Balance Based on OPNET”, Published in International Journal of Information and Systems Sciences, Volume 5, No. 1, pp 112-125, 2009 ISSN 1708-296X.
  3. Manoj Kumar and Ajay K Sharma, “Performance improvement by positioning DCF non symmetrically in a periodic amplified re-circulating loop for long-haul optical soliton transmission link”, Elsevier Science’s International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Optik, Germany, Volume 120, Issue 14, September 2009, Pages 710-714. doi:10.1016/j.ijleo.2008.02.022. ISSN 0030-4026.
  4. Manoj Kumar, Ajay K Sharma, T S Kamal and Jagjit Singh Malhotra, “Comparative Investigation and Suitability of Various Data Formats for 10 Gbps Optical Soliton Transmission Links at Varied Chirp”, Elsevier Science’s International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Optik, Germany, Volume 120, Issue 7, March 2009, Pages 330-336. doi:10.1016/ j.ijleo.2007.09.008. ISSN 0030-4026.
  5. Manoj Kumar, Ajay K Sharma and T S Kamal, “Simulative demonstration of soliton pulsestability over nonlinear regime in birefringent optical fiber”. Elsevier Science’s InternationalJournal for Light and Electron Optics, Optik, Germany, Volume 120, Issue 2, January 2009,Pages 93-96, doi:10.1016/j.ijleo.2007.07.003. ISSN 0030-4026.
  6. Manoj Kumar, Ajay K Sharma and T S Kamal, “Significance of Pre-chirping on Long-haulPath-Averaged Soliton Impulse in Re-Circulating Loop at 10 & 20 Gb/s with TOD”. ElsevierScience’s International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Optik, Germany, Volume 120, Issue 3, January 2009, Pages 106-114, doi:10.1016/j.ijleo.2007.06.015. ISSN 0030-4026.
  7. Harpreet Kaur,Neeru Malhotra and Manoj Kumar, “Performance Analysis of FTTH BPON System with Triple Play ”, Available online w.e.f August 2009 for publication in CiiT International Journal of Wireless Communication ,Coimbatore. doi:WC082009003.
  8. Manoj Kumar, Ajay K Sharma, T S Kamal and Jagjit Singh Malhotra, “Comparative Investigation and Suitability of Various Data Formats for 10 Gbps Optical Soliton Transmission Links at Varied Chirp”, Elsevier Science’s International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Optik, Germany, Volume 120, Issue 7, March 2009, Pages 330-336. doi:10.1016/j.ijleo.2007.09.008. ISSN 0030-4026.
  9. Singh, D.Singh, S.Singh, “Post-processing method for reducing blocking artifacts using a deblocking filter”, CiiT International Journal of Digital Image Processing, DIP082009006, Aug. 2009.
  10. Gursharanjeet Singh and Kiran Ahuja, “Audio Watermarking Algorithm Having Low Time Complexity Using DCT and Random Carrier Selection”, CIIT International Journal, Coimbatore, November 2009. ISSN 0974 – 9586
  11. Manwinder Singh and Kiran Ahuja, “Multiuser Traffic Capacity Estimation using Optimum Utilization in Mobile WiMAX”, CIIT International Journal, Coimbatore, October   ISSN 0974 – 9640

Year 2008

  1. Poonam Galhotra, Neeraj Gill and R. K. Bansal, ”Analysis of Image Restoration Techniques using Fourier and Wavelet Transform,” CIIT International Journal of Digital Image Processing, Vol. 1, No. 7, pp. 294-303, October 2009. Year 2008
  2. Manwinder Singh, Amandeep Goraya, Manoj Kumar, Parvinder Singh, “Algorithm for Optimization of Capacity and BER Estimation of MIMO system using ZF Equalization”, Accepted for publication in International Journal of Information and Telecommunication Technology (ISSN: 0976-5972).
  3. Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, Networking and Parallel/Distributed Computing T(SNPD2008) August 6-8, 2008 at Phuket, Thailand.
  4. Manjit Singh, Ajay K Sharma, R. S. Kaler and Manoj Kumar, “Timing jitter dependence on data format for ideal dispersion compensated 10 Gbps optical communication systems”, Elsevier Science’s International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Optik, Germany, Volume 119, Issue 7, Pages 309-314, May 19, 2008. doi:10.1016/j.ijleo.2007.01.007. ISSN0030-4026.

 Year 2007

  1. Ajay K Sharma, Manoj Kumar and T S Kamal, “Investigations on 24,500 km Long-haul Path- Averaged Soliton Transmission Link at 10 & 20 Gbit/s with Higher order Dispersion at Varied Chirp”, International Journal of physical sciences, Ultra Science Vol. 19 (1) M, pp 211-216, 2007. ISSN 0970-9150.
  2. Neeru Malhotra and Manoj Kumar, “Investigations on PMD Induced Penalties in 40Gbps Optical Transmission Link”, available online w.e.f September 3, 2008 for publication in Elsevier Science’s International Journal for Light and Electron Optics,Year 2007
  3. Manoj Kumar, Ajay K Sharma and T. S. Kamal, “10 Gbps Optical Soliton Transmission Link using SOA In-Line Amplifier on Standard SMF at 1.3mm”, Elsevier Science’s International Journal for Light and Electron Optics, Optik, Germany, Vol. 118, pp 34-37, 8 January 2007. doi:10.1016/j.ijleo.2006.01.008. ISSN 0030-4026.

National Journals

Year 2015

  1. A L Basterretxea, A M Zorrilla, and B G Zapirain, “Eye/Head Tracking Technology to Improve HCI with iPad Application”, IEEE Sensors Journal, Volume 15, Issue 2, 2015, pp 2244-2264.

Year 2013

  1. Meenu Sadana ,bindiya Jain and Parveen Kakkar “Quality improvement of Recovered watermark Against Geometric Attacks using Binary Operators,Vol.6,No.1-2,January-june 2013 ,pp 426-432 in IJICT@serial publications ,India.
  2. Bindiya Jain, Guesewak Brar, Jyoteesh Malhotra, “AMST-MAC: Adaptive sleeping multi-frames selective data transmission control for wireless sensor networks.” Int. J. Advanced Intelligence Paradigms, Vol. X, No. Y, xxxx 1,Copyright © 20XX Inderscience Enterprises Ltd.

 

Year 2011

  1. Kiran Ahuja, Manoj Kumar, “Significance of empirical and physical propagation models to calculate the excess path loss”, Journal of Engineering Research and Studies, Vol. 2, issue 2, April-June 2011/1-6. ISSN 0976-7916.
  2. Kumari Kalpna, Bindiya Jain , “Performance Evaluation and optimization of error free WDM radio over fiber link .”Int Journal of Engineering Science and Technology, Volume 1, Issue 3 ,Year 2011,pp 4051-4060. ISSN :0975-5462: p ISSN:2278-9510
  3. Kiran Ahuja, Rajesh Khanna, Dr. Brahmjit Singh, “Real Time Available-Bandwidth Estimation (ABE) Algorithm Based Selection in Heterogeneous Network for WiMAX and 3G”, 14th -16th Sep, NGMAST 2011, Cardiff Wales, U.K
  4. Manwinder Singh, Kiran Ahuja and Manoj Kumar, “Algorithm for optimization of throughput and capacity estimation of mobile WiMAX planning” WORLDCOMP Congress, July 18- 21, 2011, Las Vegas, USA

Year 2010

  1. Navneet Gill, Manoj Kumar & Manju Sharma, “Comparative Investigations on Response of E- mail, HTTP,FTP, Remote Login for Hybrid and IPv6 Networks”, published in Journal of Computer Science and Applications, Vol. 2, No. 1(2010), pp. 31-40.
  2. Sandeep Kath, Manoj Kumar and Ajay Sharma, “CDN DNS – An Efficient DNS Request Routing Technique in Content Delivery Networks”, Published in Journal on Advances in Computational Sciences and Technology, Volume 3 Number 2 (2010) pp. 147–154. ISSN 0973-6107.
  3. Kiran Ahuja and Manoj Kumar,“Link budget optimization of propagation models at 900/1800 MHz” , The Icfai Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Vol.3, No.1,pp 25-37, January 2010. ISSN No. 0974-17014. Available online at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1539295
  4. Bindiya Jain, Manoj Kumar, Performance improvement with dispersion compensation

Year 2009

  1. Bindiya Jain, Manoj Kumar, Performance improvement with dispersion compensation in conjunction with pre-chirping using RZ format in WDM optical transmission link, Journal of Punjab Academy of Sciences 4(1&2), pp23-27, 2007.(Printed in 2009).

Year 2008

  1. Neeru Malhotra and Manoj Kumar, “Illustrative Investigations on PMD Induced Penalties in 80 Gbps Optical Transmission Link”, The Icfai Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Vol.1, No.3, pp30-42, 2008. ISSN No. 0974-17014. Available online at:http://ssrn.com/abstract=1159574.9.
  2. Neeru Malhotra and Manoj Kumar, “Illustrative investigations on PMD Induced Penalties in 80 Gbps Optical Transmission Link”. The ICFAI Journal of Electrical and Electronics, vol.1,no.3, pp.30-42,2008.

Year 2007

  1. Manoj Kumar, Ajay K Sharma, T S Kamal and Moin Uddin, “Demonstration of Robustness of Path-Averaged Soliton Pulses in Loss-Managed Soliton Transmission Link over a Long Haul with10-Gb/s Modulated Signal”, Invertis Journal of Science & Technology, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp 55-60, 2007. ISSN 0973-8940.

International conferences

Year 2016

  1. Jagroop Singh Sidhu, “Low complexity deblocking algorithm”, 18th international conference on multimedia systems and signal processing (ICMSSP 2016), Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 12-13 May 2016.
  2. Bindiya Jain, Sahul GoyalInter Cluster Balanced leach Algorithm for energy efficient Wireless sensor networks” in fourth international conference on emerging Research in Computing, Information, communication and applications held during 29th -30th July,2016 , Sponsored by Springer Nature at Banglore India.
  3. Bindiya Jain.,Gursewak brar,Jyoteesh malhotra “ Cross layer integrated MAC and Routing Protocol based on ring based structure with adaptive sleeping for Wireless Sensor Networks”,Ist International conference on Recent trends in computing ICRTC-2016.held at Punjabi University Patiala on 30-31 August,2016.
  4. Bindiya Jain,Sahul Goyal.Ashwani Malhotra ,Gursewak Singh, “LOCATION BASED-BALANCED CLUSTERING ALGORITHM FOR WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORK “– BLEACH, IEEE ,International conference on Signal Processing, Communication, Power and Embedded System (SCOPES)-2016,October 3-5 ,2016,Odhisa.
  5. Neha Thakral and Love Kumar “Performance evaluation of different hybrid optical amplifiers for DWDM system” 16-18 December 2016, IEEE conference , INDICON 2016
  6. Gill P., Rekhi N S,”Investigating EEG Signal Techniques and Anlysis Tols for Human Computer Interface (HCI)”, International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering & Technology, pp 47-53, organized By ISER (Institute for Scientific and Engineering Research) held on 27th March 2016, Amritsar.

Year 2015

  1. Manisha Bharti, Manoj Kumar, Ajay K. Sharma, “Design and Analysis of OCDMA System using W/T Codes at Different Bit Rates” International Conference on Communication, Information & Computing Technology (ICCICT), Mumbai, India. Jan. 16-17, 2015. Ref. 978- 1- 4799-5522-0/15/$31.00 ©2015 IEEE.
  2. Narpat Singh, Manoj Kumar, Manju Bala, “To minimize the error rate in face recognition system using DWT & LDA” ISRO & PTU sponsored International Multi Track Conference on Sciences, Engineering and Technical Innovations(imtc15) at CT Group of Institutions on May 22 & 23, 2015, pp 77-80.
  3. Gurminder Kaur, Manoj Kumar, Manju Bala, “Highway propagation modeling using DYMO,FSR & GSR under VANETS” ISRO & PTU sponsored International Multi .Track Conference on Sciences, Engineering and Technical Innovations(imtc15) at CT Group of Institutions on May 22 & 23, 2015, pp 270-272.
  4. Priya, Manoj Kumar, Harjit Pal Singh, “Data Aggregation Schemes for wireless sensor Networks” ISRO & PTU sponsored International Multi Track Conference on Sciences, Engineering and Technical Innovations(imtc15) at CT Group of Institutions on May 22 & 23, 2015, pp 307-311.

 Year 2014

  1. Harjit Singh, Manoj Kumar, Manju Bala, “Performance evaluation of STAR ZRP POVRP based on VANETs”, DST & PTU sponsored International Multi Track Conference on Sciences, Engineering and Technical Innovations (imtc14) at CT Group of Institutions on June 2 & 3, 2014, pp 52-55.
  2. Manoj Kumar Prabhpreet Kaur Bhatia, Vineet Anand, Anurag Sharma, Manoj Kumar, “Analysis and Augmentation of IMD in Multi tone Analog CATV Transmission system”, DST & PTU sponsored International Multi Track Conference on Sciences, Engineering and Technical Innovations (imtc14) at CT Group of Institutions on June 2 & 3, 2014, pp 151-155.
  3. Balwinder Kaur, Manoj Kumar, Manju Bala, “Wildfire Detection System Technique: A Survey”, DST & PTU sponsored International Multi Track Conference on Sciences, Engineering and Technical Innovations (imtc14) at CT Group of Institutions on June 2 & 3, 2014, pp 528 – 531
  4. Singh and S. Singh, “Corner outlier reduction in block based DCT compressed images”, Intellect-base International Consortium “Academic Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA”, Dec. 17-19, 2014.
  5. Love Kumar, Ajay K Sharma”Investigations on Multi-channel TSSB Optical Transmission Link using DPSK and QPSK” has been  accepted by RASIET-07, IEEE sponsored  international conference.
  6. Jatinder Pal Singh, Love Kumar” power consumption analysis of static and mobile wireless sensor networks with converge cast routing” International Multi Track Conference on sciences, Engineering & Technical Innovations, June 3&4, 2014.(Accepted)

 Year 2013

  1. Kiran Ahuja, Dr. Rajesh Khanna, Dr. Brahmjit Singh, “Profile Matching Based Network Selection in Heterogeneous Wireless Networks”, International Conference on Electronics, Communication and Information Technology on Oct 04-05, 2013 held at Thapar University, Punjab

 Year 2012

  1. Navleen S. Rekhi & Neeru Malhotra, (2012),” Classification of upper limb motion using linear discriminate analysis (LDA) and multi class support vector machines” International Conference on Biomedical Engg.& Assitive Technologies,BEATS,NIT, Jalandhar.
  2. Neeru Malhotra (2012), “Microwave interstitial Tumor Ablation: New Modality for Treatment of Liver Cancer”, International Conference on Biomedical Engg.& Assitive Technologies ,BEATS,NIT, Jalandhar.
  3. Amnider Kaur & Neeru Malhotra, “FEM (finite element modeling) based comparative study of thermal ablation & hyperthermia for treatment of liver cancer,” International Conference on Biomedical Engg.& Assitive Technologies”, BEATS,NIT, Jalandhar.
  4. Jasmeen Kaur and Jagroop Singh, “Fuzzy histogram adaptive filter for denoising salt and pepper noise corrupted images”, in 2nd international Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Assistive Technologies (BEATS-2012), NIT, Jalandhar, 6-7Dec., 2012.
  5. Yaduwanshi, Jagroop Singh, S.S.Pattniak, “Denoising of medical images using BFO”, in 2nd international Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Assistive Technologies (BEATS-2012), NIT, Jalandhar, 6-7Dec., 2012.

Year 2011

  1. Neeru Malhotra” FEM based comparative study of Thermal Ablation and Hyperthermia for Treatment of Liver Cancer ” Published in International Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Assistive Technologies 2011.
  2. Harsukhpreet Singh, Jagjit Malhotra, Vishal Sharma, “Performance Evaluation of MAC- & PHY-Protocols in IEEE 802.11 WLAN” In Proceedings of HPAGC’11, CCIS 169, pp. 490-496, Springer-Verlag, 2011.
  3. K.Soni, A.S Arora, Sukhwinder Singh, Jagroop Singh, “Realization of microprocessor based ultrasonic blood flow meter using pulsed dopppler technique”, International Conference on Boimedical Engineering , Anna University, Chennai, 2001.

Year 2010

  1. Rishi Singh, Manoj Kumar, Jagjit Singh Malhotra, “Study of polarization states of adjacent channels in Multi wavelength system” published in 7th International Symposium on High Capacity Optical Networks & Enabling Technologies, (HONET-2010) Cairo, Egypt held from December 19-21, 2010.
  2. Singh, S.Singh, D.Singh, Moin Uddin, “ Blocking artifact detection in compressed images” 4th International Conference on Computer applications in Electrical Engineering Resent Advances, CERA-09,IIT, Roorkee, Feb. 19-21, 2010.
  3. Meera Thapar and Jagroop Singh, Deblocking and denoising filter to remove blocking artifacts from a noisy image, in international Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Assistive Technologies (BEATS-2010), NIT, Jalandhar, 17-19Dec., 2010.
  4. Gandam and Jagroop Singh, “Detection and removal of corner outliers at high quality factors, in international Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Assistive Technologies (BEATS-2010), NIT, Jalandhar, 17-19Dec., 2010.
  5. Kiran Ahuja, Dr. Rajesh Khanna, Dr. Brahmjit Singh, “Quality-of-Service based network selection in heterogeneous wireless networks” International Multi Conference on Intelligent Systems & Nanotechnology (IISN-2010) February 26-28, 2010. Institute of Science and Technology Klawad (Haryana), INDIA
  6. Ganesh Chand Simulative analysis for the Design of FIR Filter in Frequency Domain”RECENT ADVANCES IN COMPUTATIONAL TECHNIQUES IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING”19-20 march 2010)
  7. Navleen Singh Rekhi “LQR controller for two link rigid manipulator”, by Narinder Singh, Rajeev Sharma and Navleen Singh Rekhi held at  International Conference on Biomedical Engineering and Assistive Technologies (BEATs-2010)17-19 December, 2010
  8. Navleen Singh Rekhi “Optimal Control of Flexible Link Manipulator”, by Narinder Singh,Rajeev Sharma, Navleen Singh Rekhi held at IEEE ICTM-2010, Phuket ,Thailand on December 1-2, 2010

Year 2009

  1. S.Saini, Dilbag Singh, Vinod Kumar, K.K.Deepak, Jagroop Singh, and Moin Uddin, “Improved HRV characterization using OCDWT, in international Conference of IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society, vol. 2009, pp. 420-423, 2009.
  2. Gursharanjeet Singh and Kiran Ahuja, “Audio Watermarking Algorithm Using DCT and Random Carrier Selection”, International Conference On Wireless   Networks And Embedded Systems, October 23rd & 24th, 2009, Rajpura
  3. Ganesh Chand Role of communications technologies in disaster management” ICTDM-(40th  IETE Mid-term symposium,17-18 april 2009)
  4. Navleen Singh Rekhi Multi Class Support Vector Machine Classification of EMG Signal for the Upper Limb Function”. By Navleen Rekhi, A S Arora, Sukhwinder Singh, Dilbag Singh   held at The 3rd  IEEE International Conference on Biomedical and Bioinformatics  (ICBBE-2009), Beijing, China (March. 8-9, 2009)
  5. Navleen Singh Rekhi “EOG and EMG Based Virtual Keyboard: A Brain-Computer Interface”. By Hari Singh, Navleen Rekhi, Rameshwar Jha . The 2nd IEEE International Conference on Computer Science and Information Technology (IEEE ICCSIT 2009) on August 8-11,2009
  6. Navleen Singh RekhiAnalysis of EMG Signal Using Wavelet Coefficients for Upper Limb Function”. By Navleen Rekhi, A S Arora, Angelina K Rekhi, Hari Singh. The 2nd IEEE International Conference on Computer Science and Information Technology (IEEE ICCSIT 2009) on August 8-11,2009.

 Year 2008

  1. Vasudha, Ajay K Sharma and Manoj Kumar, “Investigations on Routing Protocols for Inbound/Outbound Traffic” Accepted for publication in The Fifth International Conference on Computer Tsecurity, ICCNS-2008, Paper ID : CP21 ,September 26-28, 2008 at Vishwakarma Institute of Technology, Pune, India.
  2. Vasudha, Ajay K Sharma and Manoj Kumar, “Performance Evaluation of E-mail, FTP and Database Traffic for RIPv2 with EIGRP”, IEEE Sponsored Ninth ACIS International Conference on Software
  3. Kamaljit Singh and Manoj Kumar, “Simulative analysis of operating conditions for Raman Amplifier in a hybrid amplification system”, 8th IASTED International conference on wireless and optical communications, May 26-28, 2008, Quebec, Canada.
  4. Kamaljit Singh, Manoj Kumar, “RIN evaluation for optimum performance of optical transmission system with dispersion compensation”, International computer Science and Technology conference ICSTC 2008), April 1-3, 2008,San Diego California, USA.
  5. Kamaljit Singh, Manoj Kumar, “Simulative Analysis of operating conditions for Flat amplitude Multi wavelength Brillouin-Raman comb fiber laser”, International Computer Science and Technology conference ICSTC 2008, April 1-3, 2008, San Diego, California, USA.
  6. Gaurav Sethi and Manoj Kumar, “Performance analysis of AODV and DSR in MANET- A simulative study”, International computer Science and Technology conference, ICSTC 2008, April 1-3, 2008, San Diego, California, USA.
  7. Gaurav Sethi and Manoj Kumar, “Performance analysis of AODV, DSR and TORA in mobile ad hoc network – a simulative study”, International technology, education and development conference INTED 2008, 3rd – 5th March 2008, Valencia, Spain.
  8. Gaurav Sethi and Manoj Kumar, “Simulation and comparison of communication protocols in ad hoc networks “Paper ID Number: 575- 778 International Conference, WSEAS 2008- 09, February, 18-22, 2008, University of Cambridge, UK.
  9. Neeru Malhotra and Manoj Kumar, “Investigations on PMD Induced Penalties in 40 Gbps Optical Transmission Link”, Accepted for publication in MWON 2008: International conference on mobile, wireless and optical communication networks, Paper I.D.Code:29121, May 21-23, 2008 at Bangkok, Thailand.
  10. Neeru Malhotra and Manoj Kumar, “Investigations on PMD Induced Penalties in 40 Gbps Optical Transmission Link”, Accepted for publication in MWON 2008:
  11. International conference on mobile, wireless and optical communication networks, Paper I.D.Code:29121, May 21-23, 2008 at Bangkok, Thailand.

 Year 2007

  1. Gaurav Sethi and Manoj Kumar, “Simulative analysis of routing protocols in mobile adhoc networks”, IEEE sponsored International conference- “4th International Symposium on High Capacity Optical Networks and Enabling Technologies” HONET-2007, November 18 – 20, 2007, Dubai.
  2. Manju Sharma and Manoj Kumar, “Comparative Investigation on the Media access Delay in Wireless LAN for a Switched and Routed Network based on OPNET”, IEEE sponsored International conference- “4th International Symposium on High Capacity Optical Networks and Enabling Technologies” HONET-2007, November 18 – 20, 2007, Dubai.
  3. Sudhir Sharma & Manoj Kumar, “Impact of Harmonics in Electrical Distribution Systems”, International Conference on Energy & Environmental Technologies for Sustainable Development, Paper Code: TP-209, NIT, Jaipur, Oct 8-10, 2003.

National Conferences

Year 2016

  1. Jitin Verm &, Neeru Malhotra “Comparative Analysis of Alphabetical Shapes Modified Sierpinski Fractal Antenna for Wireless Applications” Published in the proceedings of 3rd DAV National Congress on Science, Technology, Engineering, Humanities & Management, organised by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, May 20-21, 2016.
  2. Manvir Singh Bhambra & Neeru Malhotra “A substrate truncation technique for bandwidth enhancement for UWB antennas”  Published in the proceedings of 3rd DAV National Congress on Science, Technology, Engineering, Humanities & Management, organised by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, May 20-21, 2016.
  3. Hardeep Singh, Neeru Malhotra & Varinder Verma “Compact size multiband antenna using novel fractal geometry for ISM and higher frequency spectrum Published in the proceedings of 3rd DAV National Congress on Science, Technology, Engineering, Humanities & Management, organised by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, May 20-21, 2016.
  4. Deepali & Neeru Malhotra” A review on the TRM antenna failure compensation techniques” Published in the proceedings of 3rd DAV National Congress on Science, Technology, Engineering, Humanities & Management, organised by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, May 20-21, 2016.
  5. Rajan Miglani, Jagjit Singh Malhotra, “Performance Analysis of Terrestrial FSO link Employing different Modulation Techniques”, Proceedings of 3rd DAV National Congress on Science, Technology, Engineering, Humanities & Management(STEHM-2016), DAVIET, Jalandhar, May 20-21, 2016.
  6. Vikas Kumar, Jagjit Singh Malhotra, Arvind Kumar, “A Review on Low Power Design Technique for Wireless Sensor Network”, Proceedings of 3rd DAV National Congress on Science, Technology, Engineering, Humanities & Management(STEHM-2016), DAVIET, Jalandhar, May 20-21, 2016.
  7. Amanjot Singh and Jagroop Singh, “Performance analysis of Gaussian filter with kernel variations through various noises present in images”, 3rd DAV National congress on Science, Technology, Engineering, Humanities and Management, May 20-21 , 2016.
  8. Pooja Kalia, Shivangi Soni, Bindiya Jain, Sumeet Garg,” Emerging technologies for 5G wireless networks” ,3rd DAV National on Science ,Technology engineering Humanties and management (STEHM-2016) organized by DAVIET ,Jalandhar.
  9. Vandna Thakur, Jasleen Kaur, Bindiya Jain, “Survey on several transport layer protocols”, 3rd DAV National on Science ,Technology engineering Humanties and management (STEHM-2016) organized by DAVIET ,Jalandhar.
  10. Darpan Aneja, Bindiya Jain, “The revolutionary fifth generation of wireless communication: a preview” 3rd DAV National on Science ,Technology engineering Humanties and management (STEHM-2016) organized by DAVIET ,Jalandhar.
  11. Bindiya Jain , “Dispersion Mechanism in optical fibre  communication system “, National conference on Communication and Embedded Systems (CES-2004) organized by Lala Lajpat Rai Institute of Engg. And Technology,Moga.
  12. Rahat Mahajan, Kiran Ahuja, “Fighting energy crisis: renewable resources and sustainable development,” 3rd DAV National congress on Science, Technology, Engineering, Humanity and Management- Emerging Trends in Electronics and Communication Engineering, 20-21 May 2016
  13. Ayush Kaalia, Akshay Goyal, Kashyap Aggarwal, Kiran Ahuja, “Solar power driven vehicular system,” 3rd DAV National congress on Science, Technology, Engineering, Humanity and Management- Emerging Trends in Electronics and Communication Engineering, 20-21 May 2016
  14. Raveena Sharma, Suhani Chaudhary, Kiran Ahuja, “New future technology – light bulb to access the internet,” 3rd DAV National congress on Science, Technology, Engineering, Humanity and Management- Emerging Trends in Electronics and Communication Engineering, 20-21 May 2016
  15. Alisha Mahajan, Akriti Bedi, Ankita Kaushal, Kiran Ahuja, “Non cooperative spectral sensing techniques in cognitive radio networks,” 3rd DAV National congress on Science, Technology, Engineering, Humanity and Management- Emerging Trends in Electronics and Communication Engineering, 20-21 May 2016
  16. Himanshu Aggarwal, Ajeet Kumar, Kiran Ahuja, “Ultra wideband (UWB) antenna for USB dongle applications,” 3rd DAV National congress on Science, Technology, Engineering, Humanity and Management- Emerging Trends in Electronics and Communication Engineering, 20-21 May 2016
  17. Smriti , Twinkle, Vinayka, Kiran Ahuja, “Fastest finger first detector,” 3rd DAV National congress on Science, Technology, Engineering, Humanity and Management- Emerging Trends in Electronics and Communication Engineering, 20-21 May 2016
  18. Raveena Sharma, Kriti Chadha, Kiran Ahuja, “Automatic speed control and breaking system,” 3rd DAV National congress on Science, Technology, Engineering, Humanity and Management- Emerging Trends in Electronics and Communication Engineering, 20-21 May 2016
  19. Neha thakral , Love Kumar, “A review: performance evaluation of different hybrid optical amplifiers for DWDM system’3rd DAV National Congress on Science, Technology, Engineering, Humanities and Management (STEHM-2016), DAVIET Jalandhar, May 20-21, 2016.
  20. Rajneesh Kumar, Love Kumar, A Review: role of queuing theory in communication system,’3rd DAV National Congress on Science, Technology, Engineering, Humanities and Management (STEHM-2016), DAVIET Jalandhar, May 20-21, 2016.
  21. Vandna , Love Kumar, A review on fiber wireless (Fi-Wi) broadband access network, 3rd DAV National Congress on Science, Technology, Engineering, Humanities and Management (STEHM-2016), DAVIET Jalandhar, May 20-21, 2016.
  22. Pooja Kalia, Love Kumar, MAC Protocols in Wireless Sensor Network, 3rd DAV National Congress on Science, Technology, Engineering, Humanities and Management (STEHM-2016), DAVIET Jalandhar, May 20-21, 2016.
  23. Darpan, Love Kumar, Internet of things: a review, 3rd DAV National Congress on Science, Technology, Engineering, Humanities and Management (STEHM-2016), DAVIET Jalandhar, May 20-21, 2016.
  24. Gill P, Rekhi N S, “Review on Identification of Brain Activity for Neural Prosthesis”, 3rd DAV National Congress (STEHM-2016),held at DAVIET Jalandhar, Punjab held on May 20-21, 2016
  25. Sikhri N., Rekhi N S, “Investigation of Feature Extraction and Function Classification in Hand Gesture Recognition for Human Computer Interaction(HCI)”, National Conference on Advanced Computational Methods in Electrical Engineering (ACMEE-2016) , pp 234-38, held at SLIET Longowal, Punjab.

 Year 2015

  1. Chopra N, Rekhi N S, “ A Review Based on Facial Expression Recognition and Analysis”, DAV National Congress May-2015, Held at DAVIET Jalandhar.

Year 2014

  1. Abhinav Sharma & Neeru Malhotra “Fractal Antenna for Multi-Band Applications” Published in the proceedings of the National Congress on Recent Trends in Electronics & Communication Engginering, organised by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jalandhar from November 7–8, 2014
  2. Sourabhi, Priyanka & Neeru Malhotra “A Novel Microstrip Slot Antenna for ISM Band Applications” Published in the proceedings of the National Congress on Recent Trends in Electronics & Communication Engginering, organised by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jalandhar from November 7–8, 2014.
  3. Pankaj Sharma, Sandeep Kaushal, Anurag Sharma, Jagjit Singh Malhotra, “Link Length Augmentation of Optically Coded Multi-User Network by using Electronic Equalization Technique”, Proceedings of 2014 RAECS UIET Panjab University Chandigarh, 06 – 08 March, 2014.
  4. Pankaj Sharma, Sandeep Kaushal, Anurag Sharma, Jagjit Singh Malhotra, “Link Length Augmentation of Optically Coded Multi-User Network by using Electronic Equalization Technique”, Proceedings of 2014 RAECS UIET Panjab University Chandigarh, 06 – 08 March, 2014.
  5. Paramjit Singh, Kiran Ahuja, Varinder Singh, “A REVIEW: Topology Controls For
    Mobile Ad-hoc Networks,” in proceedings of DAV National Congress on Science ,
    Technology and Management-Recent Trends in Electronics & Communication
    Engineering, 7-8 November, 2014
  6. Meenal, Kiran Ahuja, “Study of multi traffic over IEEE 802.11e and IEEE 802.11b
    standards in WLAN network,” in proceedings of DAV National Congress on Science
    Technology and Management-Recent Trends in Electronics & Communication
    Engineering, 7-8 November, 2014
  7. Reema Chopra, Kiran Ahuja, “5G – Upcoming Bigger Revolution In Data Services,” in proceedings of DAV National Congress on Science , Technology and Management-Recent Trends in Electronics & Communication Engineering, 7-8 November, 2014
  8. Shreya Jain,Varun Mehra, Kiran Ahuja, “Radio Planning of 3G Cellular Networks,” in proceedings of DAV National Congress on Science , Technology and Management-Recent Trends in Electronics & Communication Engineering, 7-8 November, 2014
  9. Sukhmandeep Singh, Shubham Singh Sambyal, Kiran Ahuja, “A Review: Handover in 3G/UMTS Network,” in proceedings of DAV National Congress on Science , Technology and Management-Recent Trends in Electronics & Communication Engineering, 7-8 November, 2014
  10. Simranpreet Kaur, Namrat Kaur, Roopjeet Kaur, Kiran Ahuja, “Automatic wiper system using optical sensor,” in proceedings of DAV National Congress on Science , Technology and Management-Recent Trends in Electronics & Communication Engineering, 7-8 November, 2014
  11. Love Kumar, Ajay K Sharma “Investigations on OSNR for SCM-WDM CATV Optical Transmission Links” has been accepted by Punjab Academy of Sciences, Patiala for young scientist award and paper is published in proceeding.
  12. Amandeep Kaur, Ashish Malhotra, Love Kumar, Rohit anchal“Photonic Integrated multichannel Transmitter and Receivers” has been Published in proceeding of national conference on optical and wireless communications held at DAVIET , Jalandhar
  13. Aminder Kaur, Pankaj Arora, Love Kumar “A review on ZigBee: A short range communication technique ” has been Published in proceeding of national conference on optical and wireless communications held at DAVIET , Jalandhar.
  14. Jatinder Pal Singh, Love Kumar, Power Consumption measurement for Converge Cast Routing in Wireless Sensor Network” National Conference on Innovations in Engineering and Information Technology (IEIT-2014) March 28-29, 2014
  15. Poonam Sethi and Sonu Dhall, “A Review Paper on Descriptors for Facial Expression Analysis”, Published in the Proceedings of DAV National Conference on Science, Technology and Management (DAVNCSTM-2014) at DAVIET, Jalandhar on 7th-8th November, 2014.

Year 2013

  1. Neeru Malhotra, Sonam Aggarwal & Anupma Marwaha“Performance Analysis of Circular Patch Element Microstrip Array Antennas in RFID Extension Application”in Published in the proceedings of the National Congress on Recent Trends in Electronics & Communication Engginering, organised by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jalandhar from May 30–31, 2013.
  2. Neeru Malhotra, Sunisha Rani & Anupma Marwaha,“Design and Analysis of Eqiangular Sprial Slot Antenna for Wideband Applications” in Published in the proceedings of the National Congress on Recent Trends in Electronics & Communication Engginering, organised by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jalandhar from May 30–31, 2013.
  3. Neeru Malhotra, Pankaj Kumar & Anupma Marwaha, “DI Water Stowed, Indirectly Cooled,Coaxial to Waveguide Coupled Applicator for Therapeutic Local Hyperthermia System” in Published in the proceedings of the National Congress on Recent Trends in Electronics & Communication Engginering, organised by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jalandhar from May 30–31, 2013.
  4. Gaurav Soni, Jagjit Singh Malhotra, “Estimationof Link Availability of Free Space Optical Link,” Proceedings of National Conference at Rayat Bahra Institute of Engineering and Nanotechnology, Race, pp. 16, January 2012.
  5. Ravinder Kaur, Hardev Singh and Jagjit Malhotra, “Design and Implementation of High Speed IIR Filters Using Pipelining” Proceedings of National Conference at Rayat Bahra Institute of Engineering and Nanotechnology, Race, pp. 17, January 2012.
  6. Meenu Sadana and Bindiya Jain “Impact of Binary Operation on the Recovered Watermark Quality against Attacks on May 30-31,2013 at DAVIET ,Jalandhar.
  7. Aarti Kochher “Image Retrieval using Different Features”, National Science & Tech.Congress DAVIETJalandhar,2013
  8. Aarti Kochher “Performance Analysis of Image Steganography techniques”, National Science & Tech.Congress DAVIETJalandhar,2013
  9. Aarti Kochher “High Capacity based Image Steganography using wavelet transform, dav national congress on science and technology”, 2013
  10. Kranti bala, Kiran Ahuja, “Competitiveness of advanced mobile and wireless
    communication systems”, DAV National congress on science and technology, 30-31 May, 2013
  11. Shallu singh, Navleen Singh Rekhi, Kiran Ahuja, “Performance evaluation of wireless mesh network based on QoS”, DAV National congress on science and technology, 30-31 May, 2013
  12. Paramjit Singh, Chandanpreet Kaur, Kiran Ahuja, “Dynamic address configurations in MANET”, DAV National congress on science and technology, 30-31 May, 2013
  13. Poonam Sethi and Gurpreet Kaur, “A Review on bacterial Colonies and Automatic colony Counting Methods”, Published in the Proceedings of DAV National Conference on Science, Technology and Management (DAVNCSTM-2013) at DAVIET, Jalandhar on, 2013.
  14. Poonam Sethi and Jaideep Kaur, “Edge Detection-Survey and Comparison”, Published in the Proceedings of DAV National Conference on Science, Technology and Management (DAVNCSTM-2013) at DAVIET, Jalandhar on, 2013.
  15. Poonam Sethi and Manisha Lumb, “Texture Feature Extraction of RGB, HSV, YIQ and Dithered Images using Statistical and Structural Retrieving Techniques”, Published in the Proceedings of DAV National Conference on Science, Technology and Management (DAVNCSTM-2013) at DAVIET, Jalandhar on, 2013.

 Year 2012

  1. Kranti bala, Kiran Ahuja, “Impact of Mobility on Quality of Service of UMTS network” National  Conference on Recent  Advances in Communication & Electronics (RACE-2012), 27-28th January 2012.
  2. Alternative and Clean Power, by Navleen Singh Rekhi, Ajat Shatru Arora held at SLIET, Longowal, Punjab India,    t – 2012, SLIET Longowal, page GT40_1-3
  3. Rekhi N S, Arora A S, “ Sensor Technology for Green Growth”, held at SLIET, Longowal, Punjab India, Green Technologies: Smart and Efficient Management – 2012, SLIET Longowal, page GT41_1-3

 Year 2011

  1. Ram Babu.B, Navleen Singh Rekhi , Harshada.M “Electromyographic Switch for Control of a Power Wheelchair”, By held at RACTEE 2011, Sant Longowal Institute of Engineering & Technology, Longowal , Punjab, India

Year 2010

  1. Rishi Singh and Manoj Kumar, “Performance Evaluation of Modulation Data Formats in Standard Single Mode and Dispersion Shifted Fibers” 13th Punjab Science Congress, D-YS8, Punjab University, Chandigarh. Feb, 7-9, 2010.
  2. Ganesh Chand Simulative analysis for the Design of FIR Filter in Frequency Domain”RECENT ADVANCES IN COMPUTATIONAL TECHNIQUES IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING”19-20 march 2010)
  3. Risha Sharma “Modeling and analysis of PFSCL using semistate theory” by Risha Sharma, Proceeding of ISTAM in NIT Hamirpur(H.P),Dec.2010

 

Year 2009

  1. Ganesh Chand “Role of communications technologies in disaster management” ICTDM-(40th  IETE Mid-term symposium,17-18 april 2009)
  2. Navleen Rekhi, A S Arora, Sukhwinder Singh, Dilbag Singh “Feature Extraction of Surface EMG Signal Using Singular Value Decomposition”. held at National Conference on Biomechanics 2009, held at IIT Roorkee.
  3. Navleen Rekhi, Rameshwar Jha, Hari Singh “Feature Extraction of Surface EMG Signal Using Wavelet Packet Energy”, held at NIT Hamirpur 2009.
  4. Dhillon H S, Rekhi N S, Jha R, “A Doctor Through Telemetric System: Biotelemetry”, held at TACT-2009 , NIT Hamirpur 2009.

Year 2008

  1. Sheetal Nave and Manoj Kumar, “Understanding the Radio Revolution”, Published in the proceedings of the National Conference on Optical and Wireless Communication (NCOW- 2008), Organized by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jalandhar from November 27–28, 2008.
  2. Manju Sharma and Manoj Kumar, “HTTP and FTP Statistics for Wireless and Wire-Line Network with and without Redundancy Based on OPNET”, Published in the proceedings of the National Conference on Optical and Wireless Communication (NCOW- 2008), organized by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jalandhar from November 27–28, 2008.
  3. Vanita Kamra and Manoj Kumar, “Performance Analysis of Single Tone Radio-Over-Fibre System Set-Ups using Different Combinations of Laser Modulation & Optical Preamplifiers”, Published in the proceedings of the National Conference on Optical and Wireless Communication (NCOW- 2008), Organized by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jalandhar from November 27–28, 2008.
  4. Harsimran Jit Kaur and Manoj Kumar, “Performance Evaluation of Digital Modulation Techniques on Radio Over Fiber for 3G and Beyond”, Published in the proceedings of the National Conference on Optical and Wireless Communication (NCOW- 2008), Organized by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jalandhar from November 27–28, 2008.
  5. Harpreet Kaur, Neeru Malhotra and Manoj Kumar, “FTTH using PON-An Emerging Broadband Network”, Published in the proceedings of the National Conference on Optical and Wireless Communication (NCOW- 2008), Organized by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jalandhar from November 27–28, 2008.
  6. Bindiya Jain and Manoj Kumar, “Performance Evaluation of NRZ, RZ, CSRZ, CRZ Modulation Formats in Ultra Long Haul WDM System”, Published in the proceedings of the National Conference on Optical and Wireless Communication (NCOW- 2008), Organized by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jalandhar from November 27–28, 2008.
  7. Harpreet Kaur, Neeru Malhotra, Manoj Kumar and Aarti kochher, “Performance Analysis of FTTH BPON System with Triple Play”, Published in the proceedings of the National Conference on Optical and Wireless Communication (NCOW- 2008), Organized by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jalandhar from November 27–28, 2008.
  8. Monika Gupta, Neeru Malhotra & Jagjit Malhotra “AMR speech codec and its impact on forensic speaker identification”in Published in the proceedings of the National Conference on Optical and Wireless Communication (NCOW- 2008), organised by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jalandhar from November 27–28, 2008.
  9. Harpreet Kaur, Neeru Malhotra and Manoj Kumar, “FTTH using PON-An Emerging Broadband Network”, Published in the proceedings of the National Conference on Optical and Wireless Communication (NCOW- 2008), organised by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jalandhar from November 27–28, 2008.
  10. Harpreet Kaur, Neeru Malhotra, Manoj Kumar and Aarti kochher, “Performance Analysis of FTTH BPON System with Triple Play”, Published in the proceedings of       National Conference on Optical and Wireless Communication (NCOW- 2008), organized  by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, DAV Institute of  Engineering & Technology, Jalandhar from November 27–28, 2008.
  11. Vishal Sharma, Neeru Malhotra, Harsukhpreet Singh, “Simulative Analysis of Intensity Fluctuations due to Fiber Non- Linearity in DPSK Modulated WDM System at 40 Gbps” Published in the proceedings of the National Conference on Optical and Wireless Communication (NCOW- 2008), organised by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jalandhar from November 27–28, 2008.
  12. Neeru Malhotra &  “Simulative Analysis of Intensity Fluctuations due to Fiber Non-Linearity in DPSK Modulated WDM System at 40 Gbps” Published in the proceedings of the National Conference on Optical and Wireless Communication (NCOW- 2008), organised by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jalandhar from November 27–28, 2008.
  13. Monika Gupta, Neeru Malhotra and Jagjit Singh, “AMR speech codec and its impact on forensic speaker identification”, National Conference on Wireless and Optical Communication, DAVIET, Jal, page191, November 27-28, 2008.
  14. Gursharanjit Singh, Kiran Ahuja and Jagjit Singh, “Mobile Computing”, National Conference on Wireless and Optical Communication, DAVIET, Jal, page195, November 27-28, 2008.
  15. Bindiya Jain ,”Performance Evaluation of NRZ,RZ,CSRZ,CRZ modulation formats in Ultra Long Haul WDM system in National conference on Optical and wireless Communication organized by  DAVIET, Jalandhar  in November 27-28,2008.
  16. Aarti Kochher An overview of shadow detection and removal, DAV National Congress on Science , Technology and Management 2008
  17. Gursharanjeet Singh, Kiran Ahuja and Jagjit Singh Malhotra, “Mobile Computing”, Published in the proceedings of the National Conference on Optical and Wireless Communication (NCOW- 2008), organised by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jalandhar from November 27–28, 2008.
  18. Gurpreet Dhillon, Ashish Malhotra, Kiran Ahuja, Sanjeev Bhalla, “Micro-Opto-Elctro-Mechanical-Systems (MOEMS)”, Published in the proceedings of the National Conference on Optical and Wireless Communication (NCOW- 2008), organised by Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jalandhar from November 27–28, 2008.
  19. Ashish Malhotra”A Review on Zigbee: Short range wireless communication technique” National Conference on optical and wireless communication (NCOW-2008), pp 45-48, 27th-28th Nov 2008, DAVIET Jalandhar. (ISBN: 978-81-907196-6-7).
  20. Ashish malhotra”Micro-opto-Elctro-Mechanical-syatems(MOEMS)”National Conference onoptical and wireless communication (NCOW-2008), pp 246-250 , 27th-28th Nov 2008, DAVIET Jalandhar. (ISBN: 978-81-907196-6-7)
  21. Ashish malhotra” Photonic Integrated circuit Multichannel Transmitter and Receiver”National Conference onoptical and wireless communication (NCOW-2008), pp 254-258 , 27th-28th Nov 2008, DAVIET Jalandhar. (ISBN: 978-81-907196-6-7)

 Year 2007

  1. Manju Sharma and Manoj Kumar, “Comparative Investigation on Throughput and Client Response Time for a Switched and Routed Wireless LAN based on OPNET” Presented and published in National conference on Emerging Technologies in Computing and Communication, ETCC-2007, pp 436-440, held at NIT Hamirpur during July 27-28, 2007.
  2. Jagjit Singh, Manoj Kumar, “Comparative study of data formats for high bit rate Lightwave transmission systems” 10th Punjab Science Congress, D-1-23, DAV Institute of Engg. & Technology, Jalandhar, Feb, 7-9, 2007.
  3. Kamaljit Singh, Manoj Kumar, “Studies on the impact of RIN on the performance of optical transmission” 10th Punjab Science Congress, D-1-21, DAV Institute of Engg. & Technology, Jalandhar, Feb, 7-9, 2007.
  4. Vanita Arora & Neeru Malhotra, “ Design of Digital Filters using canonical signed digit representation”10th Punjab Science Congress, D-1-22, DAV Institute of Engg. & Technology, Jalandhar, Feb, 7-9, 2007.
  5. Vanita Arora & Neeru Malhotra, “Image Compression using Discrete Cosine Transform” 10Pth P Punjab Science Congress, D-1-28, DAV Institute of Engg. & Technology, Jalandhar, Feb, 7-9, 2007.
  6. Jagjit Singh & Manoj Kumar “Comparative study of Data Formats for High Bit Rate Light wave Transmission system”, 10th Punjab Science Congress, 7-9 Feb’2007 held at DAVIET, D-1-23.
  7. Kiran Ahuja, Manjit Singh, “Characterization of different types of erbium doped fiber amplifiers on the basis of gain and noise figure” Innovations 2007, pp 159-167, at BBSBEC, Fatehgarh Sahib. Sirhind.06th – 07th April 2007.

Year 2006

  1. Manju Sharma and Manoj Kumar, “Radio-over-Fiber for Cellular Systems: Benefits & Future Trends”, National Conference on “Electronic Circuits & Communication Systems (ECCS-06)”, pp317-323, February 9-10, 2006.
  2. Kiran Ahuja, Manjit Singh, “Investigations on 10 Gb/s optical communication system with fiber type on timing jitter performance”, N.C.C.T, pp 98-104, at, DIT Dehradun, HP. 10th February, 2006.
  3. Kiran Ahuja, Manjit Singh,” Wireless Optical N/W Security” N.C.I.E.T, pp 167-170, at I.E.T, Bhaddal, Ropar. 17th-18th February, 2006.
  4. Poonam Galhotra, Surinder Singh and Lovkesh, “On Erbium Doped Fiber Amplifier in Communication Systems” Presented and Published in the Proceedings of 2nd National Conference on Electronic Circuits & Communication Systems (ECCS-2006) organized by ECE Department at TIET, Patiala, pp 265-269, 9th-10th Feb, 2006.
  5. Poonam Galhotra, Adish Bindal, Surinder Singh and Lovkesh, “Scope of Raman Amplifiers in WDM Communications” Published in the Proceedings of National Conference on Electronic Circuits & Communication Systems (ECCS-2006) organized by ECE Department at TIET, Patiala, pp 270-272, 9th-10th Feb, 2006.

Year 2005

  1. Vipan Arora & Jagjit Singh “A P2P Intrusion Detection System based on Mobile Agents”,Science Conference at HMV. Jal, Sept.’2005.

Year 2004

  1. Kiran Ahuja, Veerpal Kaur, Ms. Rajnish Bala, “Biometric Recognition” C.E.S, pp 150 -156, at L.L.R.I.T, Moga. 12th March 2004.
  2. Kiran Ahuja, Mr. N.S.Thakur, “NN/W in RF Microwave Design”, I.S.N, pp 131-137, at H.E.C, Jagadhri. Haryana. 28th February, 2004.

 Year 2003

  1. Manoj Kumar & Ajay K Sharma, “Recent Progress in Dispersion Managed Soliton Transmission Technologies”, IDSS-BC-2003.
  2. Sudhir Sharma & Manoj Kumar, “Effects of Harmonics on Power Quality” in National Conference on Power Systems & Energy Management at IET, Bhaddal, 23rd May, 2003.
  3. Kiran Ahuja, Harsimrat Kaur, “Universal Mobile Telecommunication System”, E.C.S.N, pp 122-129, at I.E.T, Bhaddal. Ropar. 1st November, 2003.
  4. Poonam Sethi Paper presented on “Spintronics” in 2nd National Level Technical Symposium (Azzaro, 2003) at Haryana Engg. College, Jagadhari on 11-12 April, 2003

Thesis Guidance / Under Guidance

Dr. Manoj Kumar

Candidate Name Topic Completed/

under guidance

Year of completion
MS. Manju Bala Performance Analysis of Switched and Routed Network in Wireless Communication Based on OPNET Completed (2007
Mr. Jagjit Singh Malhotra Performance Analysis of Data Formats in Optical Soliton Transmission Link under the impact of TOD & chirp Completed 2007
Mr. Gaurav Sethi Simulative Analysis of Routing Protocols in Mobile Ad-hoc Networks Completed 2007
Mr. Kamaljit Singh Bhatia Investigations on Design issues for Long-haul Optical Transmission System Completed 2007
Ms. Neeru Malhotra Investigations on PMD Induced Penalties in High Bit Rate Optical Transmission Links Completed 2007
Ms. Vasudha Performance Enhancement of Routing Internet Protocols using OPNET Completed 2008
Ms. Harsimran Jit Kaur Performance Evaluation of Digital Modulation Techniques on Radio over Fiber for 3G and Beyond Completed 2009
Ms. Bindiya Jain Performance analysis of data formats in Pre- and Post-compensated dispersion managed long-haul WDM optical transmission link Completed 2009
Ms. Vanita Kamra Analysis of a Single & Multi- tone Radio over Fibre system comparing four different system set-ups Completed 2009
Mr. Sandeep Kath Improving the request routing mechanism in CDN Completed 2010
Ms. Navneet Gill Comparative Studies on Hybrid and IPv6 Networks Completed 2010
Mr. Parwinder Singh High Data Rate TR-UWB system with resolved inter-frame interface using AWGN channel model Completed 2010
Ms. Gurkirat Kaur Performance Evaluation of Soft RoCE over 1 gigabit Ethernet Completed

 

2014
Ms. Parambir Singh Design & Performance Investigation of Multiuser OCDMA Network Completed

 

2014
Mr. Harjit Singh Investigation of Routing Protocols Based on VANETS Completed

 

2014
Mr. Jagjit Singh Malhotra Performance evaluation of multi-channel optical transmission systems & networks Completed 2014
Mr. Manwinder Singh Development of Quality of Service (QoS) Provisioning in Cognitive Radios Under Guidance
Ms. Manisha Simulative Performance Investigations on OCDMA System based on Advance Modulation & coding Techniques Under Guidance
Mr. Sanjeev Kumar Information security through Robust and secure Image Steganography technique without perceptual distortion for Secret communication system Under Guidance
Ms. Ria Kalra Optimization and performance investigation of a Noval UWB Planar Antenna for UWB applications Under Guidance
Ms. Harpreet Kaur Investigations on Mobility Management of Wireless Networks Under Guidance

 

Dr. Neeru Malhotra:

Candidate Name Topic Completed /

under guidance

Year of completion
Ms. Harpreet Kaur Performance Analysis of Next Generation BPON system Completed 2009
Ms. Monika Gupta Performance Analysis of FTTH at 10 Gbits/s by GEPON Architecture Completed 2009
Ms. Neha Simulation Model for Evaluating the Performance of ATM Network Completed 2011
Mr. Ashish Malhotra Investigation on SCM CATV Transmission Link for Fiber Bragg Grating and Dispersion Comensation Technique Completed 2011
Ms. Kariman HP Singh FPGA Based Development of a High Speed Digital Data Recorde for Detonation Velocity Measurements in Field Applications Completed 2011
Ms. Amandeep Kaur Performance Analysis of PMD in WDM System using various Polarization States and Dispersion Compensation Techniques at High Bit Rates Completed 2011
 Ms. Shikha Circuit Minimization in VLSI using Hybrid PSO and SA Algorithms Completed 2012
Ms.Sheetal Nave Implementation of GASAO Algorithm for Circuit Minimization and Optimization Completed 2013
Ms.Navdeep Kaur VHDL Implementation of ALU usng BIST ( Built “In- Self “Test) Completed 2013
Mr. Amritpal Singh Synthesis and Characterization of Zno Nanoparticles and its Polymer Based Nanocomposites Completed 2013
Ms. Amanjot Kaur Bandwidth Enhancement of Multiband Patch Antenna for Wireless Applications Completed
Mr. Gaurav Bhargav Signal Integrity for High Speed DDR2 Interfaces in Data Link Applications Completed 2013
Mr. Ajay Dang Finite Element of Modeling of Patch Array Antenna Completed 2014
Mr. Hardeep Singh Miniaturization of Antenna using Fractal Geometry for Wireless Applications Completed 2014
Mr. Varinder kumar Design and Simulation of Fractal Antenna for Wireless Applications Completed 2014
Mr. Manvir Designing, Comparing & Contrasting Geometry and Feeding Methods of Ultra-Wideband Microstrip Antenna for Wireless Applications Completed 2016
Ms. Deepali Arora TRM Antenna Failure Compensation using Bacteria Foraging Optimization Algorithm Completed
Mr. Jitin Vema Design and Simulation of Fractal Patch Antenna for Personal Communication System Completed
Mr. Abhinav Sharma Design of Smiley Shaped Fractal Antenna for Multiband Applications Under Guidance
Ms. Shivali Narang Analysis of Etherent Network’s Routing Protocols based on Successive link Failures by Employing Diifferent Applications Under Guidance

 

Dr. Jagjit Singh Malhotra

Candidate Name Topic Completed/

under guidance

Year of completion
Ravinder Kaur Design & Implementation of High Speed FIR Filters using DA Algorithm Completed 2010
Sushil Kumar Bhardwaj Simulation and Comparison of Hashing Techniques in DNS of Content Delivery Network Completed 2011
Parvinder Singh High Data Rate Transmitted Reference UWB with resolved inter-frame interference using AWGN channel model Completed 2010
Harsukhpreet Singh Performance Evaluation of Quality of Services (QoS) of IEEE 802.11a/ b/g/e WLAN Network Completed 2011
Gaurav Soni Performance Analysis of Free Space Optics Link under the Influence of  Varying Meteorological  Conditions Completed 2012
Anurag Sharma Performance Optimization of Multichannel, High Speed DWDM OADM Ring Completed 2012
Sukhjinder Singh Performance analysis of PAPR Reduction Techniques in OFDM–MIMO System using different techniques Completed 2013
Amandeep Kaur Free Space Optical Link Margin Analysis under the impact of Attenuation Effects Completed 2013
Lovdeep Singh Microwave Absorption Characteristics of Co-Zr Substituted M-Type Ba-Sr Hexagonal Ferrite Completed 2014
Abhay Bhandari Network Survivability in Optical Networks Completed 2016
Preet Kanwal Performance Optimization of Multichannel, Long Haul DWDM OADM Ring Network Completed 2015
Sanjeev Mahajan Performance Investigation of Fi-Wi Network under Various  Atmospheric Conditions Completed 2017
Gagandeep Singh Performance Investigations on High Capacity Optical Communication Link Completed 2017

 

Candidate Name Topic Completed/

under guidance

Year of completion
Rajan Miglani Investigations on Free Space Optical Communication Link over Turbulent Channel Under Guidance
Shippu Sachdeva Investigations on High Capacity Long Reach Passive Optical Networks Under Guidance
Lavish Kansal Performance Evaluation of Diverse Wireless Networks Incorporating Diverse Transformation Techniques Under Guidance

 

Dr. Jagroop Singh

Candidate Name Topic Completed/under guidance Year of completion
Ms. Shveta Two Dimensional Digital filter Design using SVD Algorithm Completed 2006
Mr. Ashok Kumar Improvement of Damping in Power System Stabilizer with Fuzzy Logic Controller Completed 2007
Anudeep Gandam Corner Outlier Detection and Reduction in JPEG Compressed Images Completed 2010
Meera Thapar Post-Processing Method for Reducing Blocking Artifacts using a De-blocking Filter with three Modes Completed 2009
Aarti Kochhar Detection Method and Filter for Quality Improvement of DCT compressed Images Completed 2011
Parminder Kaur Image De-Noising and Visual Quality Improvement using Discrete Wavelet Transform Completed 2011
Shally Gujral Performance Evaluation of a TCP connection over Lossy Medium using Different Error Control Mechanism(ECMs) Completed 2012
Suman Yaduwanshi Denoising of images using bacterial foraging optimisation Completed 2013
Jasmeen Kaur Fuzzy based histogram adaptive filter for real time image processing applications Completed 2013
Gurmeet Kaur Performance evaluation of various image de-noising techniques. Completed 2012
Roohi Makol Deblocking of Compressed Images using Adaptive Filter Completed 2014
Rupinder Kaur Comparative Analysis of DWT based Image Compression Completed 2015
Gurkirandeep Kaur Filter Design for the Removal of Internal and External Noise from Gurumukhi Documents Completed 2015
Harpreet Kaur An Edge Regeneration Method For Artifacts Removal In Compressed Image Completed 2016
Anjali Bakshi Image compression and reconstruction using DWT based DAUB and COIF transformation methods Completed 2016

 

Ms. Bindia Jain

Candidate Name Topic Completed/under guidance Year of completion
Amandeep kaur

 

Comparative simulative analysis of polarization mode dispersion in WDM system using various polarization states Completed 2012
Kalpna Katoch Performance Evaluation and optimization of error free WDM radio over fiber link Completed 2012
Meenu Sadana Quality improvement of Watermarked image against geometric attacks using Binary operators. Completed 2014
Varsha Sahni Security implications of adhoc routing protocols against wormhole attack using random waypoint mobility model in wireless sensor network Completed 2011

 

Ms. Aarti Kochher

Name : Aarti Kochhar
Candidate Name Topic Completed/under guidance Year of completion
Amanbir Sandhu Content based Image retrieval using Texture, color and shape for Image Analysis. Completed 2013
Gurmeet Kaur Performance Comparison of various Techniques for Image Steganography. Completed 2013
Sukhmeet Kaur Quality Assessment of morphological operation for removalof shadow in color image. Completed 2014
Sonia Jassi Image steganography using sobel edge detection with 2K correction method. Completed 2015
Neha Mahajan Iris Template protection using Optimization Technique. Under Guidance —–

 

Dr. Kiran Ahuja

Candidate Name Topic Completed/

under guidance

Year of completion
Mr. ursharanjit Singh Audio watermarking in frequency domain using DCT and random carrier Completed 2010
Mr. Manwinder Singh Multiuser traffic capacity estimation using optimum utilization in mobile WiMAX Completed 2010
Mr. Maninder Singh Performance analysis of adaptive modulation techniques in WiMAX network Completed 2011
Ms. Supreet Sahi A survey of horizontal handoff in UMTS network with provisioning of QoS Completed 2011
Ms. Shampy Bhandari Propagation effects relating to terrestrial land mobile service in the UHF band Completed 2011
Ms. Gurjit Kaur Performance analysis of different QoS parameter in Zigbee home automation using Qualnet Completed 2011
Ms. Parvesh Rani Analysis of traffic handling capability of 3G networks Completed 2011
Ms. Shivani Sharda Analytical study of mapping techniques using orthogonal frequency division multiplexing under the effect of Eb/No and AWGN power Completed 2011
Ms. Kranti Performance Evaluation of  WiMAX Network under group mobility environment Completed 2012
Ms. Rupinder Kaur Development of Test-bed for Power Optimization Guaranteeing QoS Completed 2013
Ms. Meenal Performance analysis of multi traffics over multi rate
EDCA  of WLAN network
Completed 2014
Ms. Renuka Dogra Intelligent Vertical Handover Algorithm for Wireless and Mobile Networks using Fuzzy Logic Completed 2014
Mr. Paramjit Singh QoS Aware Topology Management in MANET with

Cooperative Communication

Completed 2015
Ms. Reema Chopra Performance Analysis of Wireless Networks based on frequency planning Completed 2016
Ms. Shallu Singh Performance evaluation of wireless mesh networks Completed 2016
Mr. Manish Sachdeva Load Balancing in Heterogeneous Wireless Networks with QoS provisioning Under guidance
Ms. Shivali Narang Analysis of Ethernet Network’s routing protocols based on successive link failures by employing different applications Under guidance

 

 

Ph. D. Thesis Guidance

Candidate Name Board Topics Completed/

under guidance

Year of completion
Ms. Ritu Yadav VLSI Designing Under guidance
Mr. Gajinder Singh Smart grid Under guidance
Ms. Monika Thakur Interface management in wireless networks Under guidance
Ms.Tanu Load balancing in heterogeneous wireless networks Under guidance

 

Mr. Ramnik Singh Randhawa

Candidate Name Topic Completed/

under guidance

Year of completion
Monika Tuteja Performance evaluation with BER reduction and power control in CDMA (IS-95) system Completed 2011
Chetan Chugh GUI Based Malicious Node detection and alternate path discovery in Wireless sensor networks using MATLAB Completed 2012
Rajwinder Kaur Priority Based Weighted Queue Qos Model In Manet Completed 2013
Anubha Aggarwal Study and Performance Comparison of Digital Image Watermarking Techniques in time and Frequency Domain Completed 2013
Sandeep Kaur Design Of A Cross Layer Framework to optimize WSN Network Parameters Completed 2015

 

Mr. Amit Arora

Candidate Name Topic Completed/

under guidance

Year of completion
Rajdeep Singh Minimization of interconnections using PSO and Genetic Algorithms Completed 2012

 

Sapandeep Kaur Design a Wide Band Microstrip Patch Antenna for Wireless Communication Under Guidance
Charanjyot Singh Performance Evaluation of

Spectrum Sensing for

Cognitive Radio Networks

Under Guidance

 

 

Mr. Love Kumar

Candidate Name Topic Completed/

under guidance

Year of completion
Ashish Malhotra Investigations on SCM CATV Transmission Link for fiber Bragg Grating and  Dispersion Compensation Technique Completed 2011
Sarabjit Singh Performance Investigations on DWDM-OADM Optical Ring  Network Completed 2012
JatinderPal Singh Power Consumption Optimization for Static and Mobile Nodes in  Wireless  Sensor Network Completed 2015
Anisha Performance Evaluation on Optimization of WCDMA based Radio over Fiber(RoF) Transmission Link Completed 2015
Neha Thakral Performance investigations of RAMAN-EDFA hybrid Optical Amplifer for DWDM System Completed 2016
Versha Design of Optical Code for Multiuser wideband OCDMA  Network under guidance
Amita Performance Analysis of Zero Forcing-Successive Interference  Cancellation for CDMA 2000 under guidance
Harpreet Kaur Performance  Analysis of Hybrid Amplifiers of High Speed                                                                    Long   Haul Optical Transmission Link

 

under guidance
Robin Chahda A Simulative Setup For  Exploring 3D Wireless Sensor Network under guidance

 

Ms. Poonam Sethi

Candidate Name Topic Completed/

under guidance

Year of completion
Ms. Paramjeet Kaur Blocking artifacts reduction in block based discrete cosine transform compressed images Completed 2012
Ms. Gurpreet Kaur A novel methodology for automatic bacterial colony counter Completed 2013
Ms. Manisha Lumb Texture Feature extraction of HSV, YIQ and Dithered images sing GLCM, Wavelet & DCT Transformations Completed 2013
Ms. Jaideep Kaur Implementation of fuzzy image processing for edge detection Completed 2013
Ms. Sonu Dhall Geometric and appearance feature analysis for facial expression recognition Completed 2014

 

Mr. Ganesh Chand

 

Mr. Ashish Malhotra

Candidate Name Topic Completed/

under guidance

Year of completion
Surbhi Implementation and Evaluation of joint DWT-DCT based digital image watermarking using various colour spaces. completed 2014-15
Navjot kaur Wavelet based comparative analysis of watermarking Algorithm Under guidance
Taranjit kaur Performance Comparison of Fused Image Transmission over Various Channel Schemes. Under guidance

 

Mr. Navleen Singh Rekhi

Ms. Risha Sharma

Candidate Name Topic Completed/under guidance Year of completion
Rekha Dhiman Analysis of 4H-SiC  of MOSFET for different parameters in drift Region Completed 2011
Mohit Gupta Modeling and Design of Low Power Column bypass Multiplier    using Modified Booth Algorithm Completed 2013
Shweta Chadha Design and analysis of voltage controlled oscillator (VCO)in 32 nm CMOS technology using RLC resonator Pursuing