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Cegonsoft final year information technology projects

Postby amrit32 » Mon Oct 31, 2011 3:44 am

In general, the standard for engineering students in electronics and communication complete the project within the last year. Everyone needs to synthesize the theory and experimental work, they have learned during the first two or three years to complete the project. Under the supervision of their teachers, research, design, implement, document and present their work to the Audit Committee.

A list of relevant topics will be offered by the college / from which preferred topics may be selected. Students will also be an opportunity to propose topics of their own invention, which is approved for convenience.

In the case of electronic communications engineering there is often used as a microcontroller or microprocessor. A large number of applications and ideas can change and build, because they are familiar with the circuit theory and operation. Among the projects that can be taken into consideration, it is a performance of public service should be the standard for the foreseeable future. When the microcontroller project is in the hands , you can learn assembly language, C language, and other tools used in the project.

Some of the ongoing projects are:
• Continuous Neighbor Discovery in Asynchronous Sensor Networks
• Crosstalk-Preventing Scheduling in Singleand Two-Stage AWG-Based Cell Switches
• Licklider Transmission Protocol (LTP)-Based DTN for Cislunar Communications
• Lifetime and Coverage Guarantees Through Distributed Coordinate-Free Sensor Activation
• Live Streaming With Receiver-Based Peer-Division Multiplexing
• Local Restoration With Multiple Spanning Trees in Metro Ethernet Networks
• Delay Analysis and Optimality of Scheduling Policies for Multihop Wireless Networks
• Delay-Optimal Opportunistic Scheduling and Approximations: The Log Rule
• Differential Encoding of DFAs for Fast Regular Expression Matching
• Acoustic Sensor Networks
• Energy-Efficient Protocol for Cooperative Networks
• Exploring Second Life
• Fast Simulation of Service Availability in Mesh Networks With Dynamic Path Restoration
• Forward Correction and Fountain Codes in Delay-Tolerant Networks
• Impact of File Arrivals and Departures on Buffer Sizing in Core Routers
• Jamming-Aware Traffic Allocation for Multiple-Path Routing Using Portfolio Selection
• Architecture and Abstractions for Environment and Traffic-Aware System-Level Coordination of Wireless Networks
• Buffer Sizing for 802.11-Based Networks
• Capacity of Large-Scale CSMA Wireless Networks
• Coloring Spatial Point Processes With Applications to Peer Discovery in Large Wireless Networks
• Component-Based Localization in Sparse Wireless Networks



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