International Journal of Innovative Trends in Engineering
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IJITE - Issue 52, Volume 32, Number 01

Published On : August 2017
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A Brief Survey on Multiple Access Schemes for 5G
Fakeha Khan, Prof. Amit Saxena
Abstract: Over the past few decades we have been experiencing a rapid growth in mobile communications traffic. Everyday an increasing number of users demand more speed and reliability, anytime and anywhere. This fact is stimulating the industry to think ahead and plan future networks, which must be able to deliver an increased capacity and performance at a diminished cost. 5G will involve a combination of existing and evolving technologies, such as LTE-A and Wi-Fi, and will have to support a large diversity of applications with a large variety of requirements, rendering an 'all-in-one' solution an inefficient one. Recent research has been focusing on how to deliver higher data rates, reduced latency and enhanced indoor coverage for an increased number of devices. Based on non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) schemes applied on MIMO communication systems, it is going to design some new precoding and detection matrices for NOMA-MIMO systems. The research discusses the fundamental principles, compares to conventional conditions, and analyzes problems.
Keywords: NOMA, MIMO, OMA, TDMA, FDMA, 5G.
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Aziz Chopper Bike
M. Nazish, Mahak Saxena, Aadarsh Rai, Himanshu, Kritika Jain, Arya Tiwari, Prof.Adarsh Sachdeva, Rajnish Kumar
Abstract: Growing consumеr dеmands has creatеd a new nichе markеt in the motorcyclе industry that is quickly transforming the industry itsеlf. Succеssful custom buildеrs likе Orangе County Choppеrs and Mеtropolitan Choppеrs are providing thеir customеrs with an avenuе to exprеss thеir individuality and uniquenеss, whilе accommodating evеry neеd and want. As a rеsult, custom-built choppеrs havе cornerеd a continually-growing markеt. This fact has forcеd stock producеrs, who havе historically dominatеd the industry, to re-evaluatе thеir stratеgy to competе with thesе smallеr companiеs.
Keywords: Motorcyclе, brеaks, suspеnsion systеm, gear, clutch.
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Enhanced Performance of Job Scheduling using Improved Data Aggressive Migration Consolidation Scheduling in Cloud Scenario
Prof. Avinash Sharma, Aswami Kumar
Abstract: Cloud computing is an emerging technology in distributed computing which facilitates pay per model as per user demand and requirement. Cloud consists of a collection of virtual machine which includes both computational and storage facility. The primary aim of cloud computing is to provide efficient access to remote and geographically distributed resources. Cloud is developing day by day and faces many challenges, one of them is scheduling. Scheduling refers to a set of policies to control the order of work to be performed by a computer system. A good scheduler adapts its scheduling strategy according to the changing environment and the type of task. The propose method Improved Data Aggressive Migration Consolidation Scheduling algorithm for efficient execution of task and comparison with FCFS and Round Robin Scheduling. Algorithm should be tested in CloudSim toolkit and result shows that it gives better performance compared to other traditional scheduling algorithm.
Keywords: Cloud computing, Distributed Computing, Virtual Machine, FCFS, Round-Robin, Generalized Priority Sceduling.
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Reduction of Grid Fault Synchronization Time for Distributed Generation Systems by Application of Hysteresis PWM Technique
Vijay Malviya, Prof. Santosh Kumar
Abstract: An electric grid is an interconnected network for delivering electricity from suppliers to consumers. Electrical grids are affected by various occurrences like continuous connection and disconnection of loads, harmonies, faults caused by nature or equipment failure. Distributed power generation systems (DPGS). Should ride through grid disturbance without tripping as successfully as the conventional power plants they replace. The widespread use of power electronics systems will result even better performance than the conventional power plants. This requires the improvement of control and design of power converters for ride through different kinds of faults. The control scheme of the grid-side converter (GSC) mostly depends on two cascade loops. One is an internal current loop, which regulates the grid current and another one is external voltage loop, which controls the de-link voltage. The control of the GSC is based on a de-link voltage loop and it is designed for balancing the power flow in the system. Solutions based on the installation of STATCOMs and dynamic voltage regulators (DVRs), as well as on advanced control functionalities for the existing power converters of distributed generation plants, have contributed to enhance their response under faulty and distorted scenarios and, hence, to fulfill these requirements. The decoupled double synchronous reference frame phase-locked loop (PLL), the dual second order generalized integrator PLL, and the three-phase enhanced PLL, designed to work under such conditions.
Keywords: Electric variable measurements, electrical engineering, frequency estimation, frequency-locked loops, harmonic analysis, monitoring, synchronization.
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