Projects in Communications & Networking
Externally funded projects:
- Power Line Communications
using Spread Spectrum Technologies (funded by the Ministry of I.T.,
Govt. of India)
- CDMA Link Design Simulation Studies (funded by D.R.D.L., Hyderabad)
- Projects carried out Jointly with the Electronics Dept., MIT
Internally funded projects:
- OFDM-based Wireless Link Physical Layer Simulation Studies
- Telephony over LT Powerline segment.
- Doctoral Candidates:
- Analysis of Dynamic Packet Allocation Schemes in Wireless
- Masters Students
- Measurement & Modelling of LT Power Line segment--T. V.
- Distributed Channel Allocation schemes for Power Line
- Undergraduate Students
- Design and Implementation of a VOIP Gateway over the campus
WAN--V Gokul and M Muralikrishnan
- Chaotic Voice Encryption--C Karthik and M SunderRajan
- PowerLine AMR & low data rate Networking over the Campus
LT Segment--V Subha,V Subha Ranjani, M Sebina and V UmaMaheswari.
- OFDM for multiple access--R Venkatesh and S Karthikeyan
- OFDM Synchronisation --V Thyagarajan and T Karthikeyan
- Simulation of ADSL Systems--T Aravind, R Rajalakshmi and N Bhaskar
- Space Time Processing and Coding --V Vijayaraghavan, R Arumugham,
N Vijay, D Pramod and Deepak Varshney
- Adaptive bit-loading--R Ramya
- Dynamic Channel Allocation and Packet assignment for high-speed
Wireless--Mani Sridhar, Namrata, Ramakrishnan, Karthikeyan N. R. and Praveen.
The AU-KBC research centre has worked with Ushustech. Pvt. Ltd., Trivandrum on a consulting project on QoS issues of WLAN area. It involved developing and simulating enhanced MAC with QoS considerations. (IEEE 802.11e).