Journal of Remote Sensing GIS & Technology

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Sivasankari Narasimhan, Keerthana S, Fedora Marcella J
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This work describes the design and analysis of a 22 circular micro-strip patch antenna array on a FR-4 epoxy substrate. The thickness of the substrate is 1.6 mm, and it is used in a variety of applications, including RADAR and radio frequency identification. The task involves creating a 22 circular microstrip patch antenna array that resonates at 2.4GHz and simulating it for use in Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) applications. An FR-4 Epoxy substrate is used to create a circular patch antenna array, which is then supplied using microstrip feed lines. A manufactured antenna has a 1.187GHz resonance. The analysis of antenna parameters includes gain, return loss, VSWR, directivity, reflection coefficient, and radiation pattern. In comparison to a 2x2 rectangular microstrip patch antenna, a 2x2 circular microstrip patch antenna generates better gain and less return loss. It is more helpful for WSN applications than a rectangular array due to its small size and improved directivity.
Kiran Kumar Makwana, Srishti Grewal
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Although most transactions are now made digitally, some rural regions still use real currency for transactions. Coins are now more frequently used than cash at a variety of locations, including bus and train stations, malls, temples, and water systems that operate on a coin system. Obtaining coins is incredibly tough for regular people. A system is created to offer a solution to the difficulty indicated above. One mechanical device that has phoney note detection and an intelligent note to coin exchanger. In the proposed system, when the user inserts the note, it first uses UV rays to determine whether the note is real or fake. If the note is real, it is then taken inside for further processing and a camera takes a picture of it. By calculating the number of pixels and using image processing, it determines the value of the note, and then equivalent amounts of coins are dispensed in accordance with the value. This system will make it easier for regular people to go about their daily lives.
Dadi Sanyasi Naidu
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In order to monitor natural and industrial facilities, this article looks at problem analysis and information system implementation strategies. New methods for storing, integrating, and retrieving data are being developed. Experience in the creation of information systems for processing and analyzing geo-spatial data utilising smart applications confirms practical use.
L Rakesh, V Priyanka, K Pavan Kumar, N Mahesh, K Sai Kiran
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Aurdino-controlled radar is the subject of this project. A servo motor and an ultrasonic sensor are the essential components of this RADAR system. Components of the system primary role of the system is to detect something. Objects that fall within the specified parameters Ultrasonic sensors are built inside the servo motor. It rotates 180 degrees and uses software to show a visual representation. It's referred to as Processing IDE. A graphical representation of the data is provided by the Processing IDE. The angle or location of the object is also indicated, as well as its distance. This system has already been implemented. It is controlled via Aurdino. An Aurdino UNO board is all that is required to control the system. The sensor's interface with the display device, as well as the ultrasonic sensor during our study of we used current navigation and obstacle detection. Ultrasonic sensors are successfully used in a wide range of inventions and systems. This RADAR system's major applicability is in a range of fields. Navigating, putting, detecting items, mapping, spying, or tracking, as well as a variety of other uses these low-cost systems are also suited for use indoors.
A. Sahithi, N. Rama Murthy, P. Mounica, S. Praveena
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Image fusion can be widely explained as merging more than one photograph or a few in their factors right into a single photo without the creation of distortion or lack of information. Image fusion pastimes mix complementary as properly as approximate statistics for greater than one photograph to create fused photo output. Hence, the output picture achieved must have to include an extra accurate representation of the position than any of the man or woman supply pix and is greater fantastic for human visible, and pc understanding or in addition picture processing and comparison duties. . The notably used fusion rule is the most willpower scheme. This handy scheme chooses the biggest absolute wavelet coefficient at each location from the given snapshots because of the coefficient on the area within the fused photo. After that, the fused photo is obtained with the aid of using the inverse DWT for the corresponding wavelet coefficient. The well-known significantly used pixel-primarily based fusion rule is the aforementioned maximum favored scheme. This approach can choose the salient elements from the furnished photographs; however, it's miles touchy with noise and artifacts as they have been supposed to have better contrast. When the 2 photographs are degraded with the aid of using the wavelet transform, the approximation picture (low–frequency band) and thing image (high-frequency band) may additionally have one-of-a-type bodily meaning. In this project, a new fusion rule is proposed to feature a wavelet coefficient that treats low-frequency and high-frequency bands with high-quality fusion schemes.
Bindu Swetha Pasuluri, Radhika Mahankali, Manga J., C Rajeshwari
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A brief overview of recent trends in Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) technology especially for gas sensing is presented. Some novel sensors (metallic grating, MIM, optical fiber) are discussed along with the development of plasmonic nanostructure based on zinc oxide (ZnO) for enhancing sensing application.
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