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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Power Efficient Adaptive Compression Technique for Wireless Sensor Networks
Country : India
Authors : S. Selvarani, S. Selvaraju, P. Yasodha Devi, S. Kalaivani, M. Vasanth, M. Kannan
: 10.9790/4200-0340107      logo

ABSTRACT:Wireless sensor network consists of many tiny disposable low power devices called nodes, which are spatially distributed in order to perform various application global tasks. These nodes form a network by communicating with each other either directly or through other nodes. Sensor networks are fundamentally constrained by the difficulty and energy expense of delivery information from sensor to sink. Power saving is a critical issue in wireless sensor networks since sensor nodes are powered by batteries which cannot generally change or recharged. In this paper we have focused on radio communication which is often considered as the main cause of energy consumption. One of the solutions to this problem would be generally achieved by reducing the size of the transmitted/received data through data compression. A new adaptive compression technique will be considered for lossless data compression which reduces the amount of data that must be passed through the network and to the sink and thus have energy benefits that are multiplicative with the number of hops the data travel through the network. Possible extensions of this paper, use RUN LENGTH CODING to compress decompress the data in WSN.

Keywords: WSN, Data Compression, Huffman Coding, Run Length Coding.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Reconfigurable Computing A review of the technology and its architecture
Country : India
Authors : Gagandeep Singh
: 10.9790/4200-0340814      logo

ABSTRACT: Reconfigurable computing is a computer architecture which is intended to fill the gap between the hardware and the software, achieving potentially much higher performance than software, while maintaining a higher level of flexibility than hardware. Most commonly and widely used high speed computing fabrics deployed in reconfigurable computing are field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs). This paper illustrates the architecture used in reconfigurable computing and also demonstrates the advantages of using reconfigurable computing design over conventional ASIC or a simple microprocessor for achieving high level of performance for a specific application.

Keywords; ASIC – Application Specific Integrated Circuit, FPGA- Field Programmable Gate Array, GPU- Graphics Processor Unit, LUT- Lookup Table, RC- Reconfigurable Computing

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Transient Time Slot (TTS) based Run Time Leakage Reduction Method for Low Power VLSI Circuits
Country : India
Authors : V. S. V. Prabhakar, K. Lal Kishore
: 10.9790/4200-0341526      logo

ABSTRACT: Due to Technology scaling the importance of leakage power has significantly increased in the modern day system-on-chip devices. The runtime leakage component during the active state is almost becoming equal to the standby leakage component. Hence Present day research is more focused on reduction of runtime leakage current .we present a novel runtime leakage reduction for 70nm technology. As an attempt to save the leakage power in the active mode, run-time power gating is explored at various design levels. In the present work we propose a power control method based on Transient Time Slot (TTS) of a logic gate. Using static timing analysis, for each logic gate of the circuit we find its idle period (non-transition period) within the clock period. We switch off the power supply during that period which saves significant amount of run time leakage power. The Logic gates are partitioned according to a heuristic algorithm proposed into clusters so that pair of control transistors is attached to each cluster. Power is supplied only during Transient Time Slot. We simulated ISCAC'85 bench mark circuits and observed that there is significant amount of run time leakage saved. We designed a multiplier using the proposed approach and observed about 85% of runtime leakage savings. Later we simulated c6288 netlist which is a ideal transistor netlist and observed that same amount of runtime leakage power is saved as that of TTS method. There is slight increase in the area and delay which is trade off with the leakage savings

Index Terms: Runtime leakage, Transient Time Slot, Optimization function, Partitioning algorithm

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Simulation of Tree Adder Designed With Complementary Energy Path Adiabatic Logic
Country : India
Authors : B. Nireesha, E. Mahender Reddy, S. Latha
: 10.9790/4200-0342733      logo

ABSTRACT: In recent years, a low power design approach has become more appropriate due to the exponentially increasing power dissipation. This has motivated the designers to explore various design approaches to reduce power dissipation in VLSI circuits. Energy recovery circuits based on the adiabatic logic principle have been proved to be a promising approach among various non-conventional low power design methodologies. The CEPAL (Complementary Energy Path Adiabatic Logic) inverter being an adiabatic logic, has proved its advantage through the minimization of the energy dissipation over static CMOS. Its performance is also compared against the CAL (Clocked Adiabatic Logic) inverter, which is a dynamic type of adiabatic logic. This paper presents the implementation of the 2-bit Sklansky tree adder structure, designed with CEPAL logic, which has been chosen due to its increased fan-out that results in reduced latency and improved speed performance. The analyses are carried out using the EDA tool which is the Electric VLSI Design System using 130 nm technology library. Electric is used to draw schematics and to do integrated circuit layouts LT-Spice Tool is used to simulate the SPICE deck which is produced from generated schematics and layouts.

Keywords- Adiabatic logic, CAL, CEPAL, PG Logic, Sklansky tree adder.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Implementation of Gabor Filter on ARM9 Processor
Country : India
Authors : Silpa P. A.
: 10.9790/4200-0343436      logo

ABSTRACT: This work implements gabor filter on ARM9 board.Gabor filters are widely used as band pass filters in image processing for texture analysis,feature extraction ,edge detection etc.They have frequency and orientation representation similar to human visual system.They have the property of self similarity that is every filter can be generated from mother wavelet.ARM9 processors have v4t architecture .It has strong arithametical capability.Since the ARM9 has features like camera interface,AHB,Enhanced DSP instruction,the filter imple mented on ARM9 can be used for realtime image processing.This implementation uses Opencv functions Index Terms—filter bank; extraction; gabor kernel;

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