Journal La Multiapp
ISSN / EISSN : 2716-3865 / 2721-1290
Current Publisher: Newinera Publisher (10.37899)
Total articles ≅ 28
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Journal La Multiapp, Volume 1, pp 1-5; doi:10.37899/journallamultiapp.v1i6.277
The term digital signal is a term from a technology that converts an analog signal into digital data so that the signal can be processed more easily and quickly. The term digital itself is a system that only recognizes two conditions. The two conditions are usually represented by the numbers zero and one, on and off, or others. The smallest unit of digital signal is the bit.
Journal La Multiapp, Volume 1, pp 12-22; doi:10.37899/journallamultiapp.v1i6.272
The study aims to test an advanced technique but insufficiently valued in the world in the process of experimental manufacture of borosilicate glass foam. It is about the unconventional technique of heating solids by using the microwave radiation converted into heat. The experimental equipment on which the tests were performed was a 0.8-kW microwave oven commonly used in the household with constructive adaptations to be operational at high temperature. The adopted manufacturing recipe was composed of borosilicate glass waste with the addition of calcium carbonate, boric acid and water in different weight proportions. The material was sintered at 829-834 ºC by predominantly direct microwave heating and the optimal foamed product had characteristics similar to those manufactured by conventional techniques (apparent density of 0.33 g/cm3, thermal conductivity of 0.070 W/m•K, compressive strength of 3.1 MPa and a homogeneous microstructure with pore size between 0.7-1.0 mm). The energy efficiency of the unconventional manufacturing process was remarkable, the specific energy consumption being only 0.92 kWh/kg.
Journal La Multiapp, Volume 1, pp 6-11; doi:10.37899/journallamultiapp.v1i6.278
This practicum is to define the study properties of the sampling theorem. Understand the effect of selecting the sample size and its effect on the signal recovery process. The experiment utilizes a computer or portable workstation to run an examination of the hypothesis reenactment program. From the test information gotten, it can be concluded that the more noteworthy the frequency of the signal to be inspected, the closer the signal will be to the initial signal. The time and frequency of the examining signal are conversely relative. The higher the frequency, the lower the time will be. The magnitude of the amplitude of the output signal is indeterminate.
Journal La Multiapp, Volume 1, pp 1-9; doi:10.37899/journallamultiapp.v1i5.247
Uneven and low precipitation areas of Nepal are continuously suffering from drought and received low productivity because of unavailability of suitable drought tolerant maize genotype. An attempt has been made first time in Nepal by constructing an automated rainout shelter with soil moisture based automated drip irrigation system at National Maize Research Program in 2018-2019 to conduct an experiment on drought tolerant maize genotype. The rainout shelters automatically covers the cropping area as soon as the rain sensor received a single drop of precipitation and also if the light intensity decreased to value set in the control panel. Likewise, the soil water level in different treatments were maintained on the basis of the treatment controlled with automatic drip irrigation system set to irrigate at threshold value set in the microcontroller. The complete system had found very useful in determining accurate amount of water required to cultivate drought tolerant maize genotype. We have tested drought tolerant variety RampurSo3Fo8 under 10 level of irrigation and it was determined that 495.2 mm of water is maximum level of water to produce highest yield of 3.32 t/ha whereas 445.6 mm to 247.6 mm of water could can be manage to produce competitive yield without any reduction. An experiment under such kind of infrastructure provide useful information on irrigation management practices required for drought variety in the natural environment. The research output also guides farmers and agriculturist in making Nepalese agricultural more sustainable, mechanized and productive.
Journal La Multiapp, Volume 1, pp 10-16; doi:10.37899/journallamultiapp.v1i5.274
This article discusses the basics of the telecommunications system covering developments, working principles and emerging problems in telecommunications. The telecommunications system is all elements of both telecommunications infrastructure, equipment, facilities and infrastructure, as well as telecommunications operators, so that long-distance communication can be carried out. During the journey the information will pass through various media with different characteristics. So that it allows the occurrence of high delays and large packet loss, all of which will reduce the quality of the information received. The quality of the transmission medium determines the quality of the information received. Because as long as it is in the media, it is certain that the information will experience damping which will reduce the quality of the information. In order to communicate properly, the channel provided is not only physical media but also logical lines (frequency channels), considering that these frequency channels are expensive and limited.
Journal La Multiapp, Volume 1, pp 25-27; doi:10.37899/journallamultiapp.v1i5.275
This article discusses noise in telecommunications: different types and methods of dealing with noise. Noise is arguably a very hated problem because it can interfere with the quality of signal reception and also the reproduction of the signal that will be transmitted. Not only that, but noise can also limit the range of the system to a certain emission power and can affect the sensitivity and sensitivity of the reception signal. Even in some cases, noise can also result in a reduction in the bandwidth of a system. Of course, we've all felt how annoying the noise effect is. For example, when listening to the radio, a hissing sound appears on the loudspeaker due to noise. To overcome noise, it is divided into passive noise control and active noise control. Passive noise control is an effort to overcome noise using components that do not require power. Generally passive noise control uses soundproof materials that act as insulation against noise. The method most commonly used to overcome noise is through increasing the gain. The noise is generally in a specific sound area. Hiss is on high frequencies, while noise and hum are on low frequencies. This is the principle underlying the noise reduction method.
Journal La Multiapp, Volume 1, pp 17-19; doi:10.37899/journallamultiapp.v1i5.273
This article discusses processing in Image Interpolation and Motion Detection. Image or image has become a common thing and has become part of everyday people's life. In a particular interest, image is used as a tool to express various kinds of feelings which for some people are difficult to express through words. Such as explaining a reason, interpretation, illustration, communication, memory, education, evaluation, entertainment, and others. Then the concept of image and its processing is associated with changing and improving the image. Image is a representation, similarity, or imitation of an object or object, for example your photo represents the entity of yourself on camera. X-ray photographs of the chest represent the inside of a person's body, the data in a BMP file represents what it represents.
Journal La Multiapp, Volume 1, pp 20-24; doi:10.37899/journallamultiapp.v1i5.276
This article discusses the Performance of Free Software and Freeware in Telecommunication System. Software or software is a special term for data that is digitally formatted and stored, including computer programs, their documentation, and various information that can be read and written by a computer. In other words, part of a computer system that is intangible. This term emphasizes the difference from computer hardware. Making the software itself requires a "programming language" written by the programmer which is then compiled with the compiler application so that it becomes code that can be recognized by the hardware machine.
Journal La Multiapp, Volume 1, pp 1-6; doi:10.37899/journallamultiapp.v1i4.237
This work considers general classification of SS, which is grouped according to their functional tasks and consists of three groups of devices, as result, an analysis is carried out and features that must be taken into account when designing such sensor systems are determined. The paper proposes a general principle for design of sensor systems of mobile robots, which differs in that an initial model is proposed, which will be one of key components for further design concept. General principles of sensory systems organization are proposed: sensitivity, modality, adaptation and speed.
Journal La Multiapp, Volume 1, pp 7-17; doi:10.37899/journallamultiapp.v1i4.228
SiC ceramic foams were manufactured by direct microwave heating up to 1520 ºC. Silicon carbide (42-68 wt.%), quartz sand as a silica supplier (20-38 wt.%), coal fly ash (12-20 wt.%) and a constant water addition of 15 wt.% were used as starting materials. The ceramic foam samples had semi-open microstructures in which neighboring cells are partially connected to each other and partially closed. Due to the very dense cellular walls and the very low cells size (below 21 μm), the compressive strength had very high values (41.3-56.5MPa), the porosity was within an average value range (52.4-57.6%) and the thermal conductivity and the apparent density had relatively high values. In energy terms, the technique of direct microwave heating was very advantageous, the specific energy consumption being very low (1.04-1.21 kWh/kg) compared to the consumptions achieved by conventional methods. The application field of SiC ceramic foams obtained by the bonding method and using silica as a bonding agent includes hot gas or molten metal filters, porous burners, catalytic supports and others. From the four tested experimental variants, it could be concluded that the optimal sample was that achieved at 1520 ºC with 68% silicon carbide, 20% quartz sand, 12% coal fly ash and 15% water addition, having the porosity of 57.6%, thermal conductivity of 0.174 W/m·K, compressive strength of 56.5 MPa and the equivalent pore size between 9-21 μm.