ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

INDIAN INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ALLAHABAD


Students project

PROJECTS


Projects are a result of the culmination of ideas and efforts. At IIIT Allahabad, it is our ultimate goal to inclucate into our students the capability to follow their own dreams, and fabricate them in the realm of possiblity. The primary objective of our mentors is to give the student only the necessary pieces of the puzzle, and the motivation to not give up against all odds...



Projects Registered in this Semester will be shown here :

Underwater Unmanned Obstacle Detector Vehicle


Description :
Designing a prototype of remotely controlled unmanned underwater vehicle with Camera module and ultrasonic sensor. Enabling it to locate the presence of obstacle in the path through ultrasonic sensor and provide an acknowledgement to the prototype for capturing the image of the obstacle.

Mentor :Dr. Suneel Yadav
Year :2017
Semester 6 :
Members
IEC2014085 IBM2014031 IEC2014078

Impurities detection in Liquids using RF sensor


Description :
Our aim is to design a device which can detect resonance frequency of any pure as well as impure liquid without using Vector Network Analyzer so that it could be a cost effective device. we are using a RF source to generate input to the device and the same RF source to be given to the mixer. Output frequency of the device and tuner frequency will be fed to a device which will provide output only when both the frequencies will be same. we have precaliberated table of frequency change vs impurity level, after a little processing of data (frequency change and table) in microcontroller we will get to know the level of impurities.

Mentor :Dr. Nitesh Purohit & Dr. B.R. Singh
Year :2016
Semester 5 :
Members
IEC2014086 IEC2014005 IEC2014059

True random number generator using ring oscillator in FPGA


Description :
True random number generator (TRNG) uses a non-deterministic source (entropy source) and further processes it to generate the sequence of random numbers. This nondeterministic source is some physical source such as noise in circuits, quantum effects, mouse movements, key strokes etc. It involves the conversion of analogue noise to digital signal. Generally, TRNG samples the source of entropy and further processes it to get a sequence of statistically independent bits.

Mentor :Dr. Manish Goswami
Year :2016
Semester 3 :
Members
IMI2015005

Design, Development and Demonstration of Radio-Controlled (RC) Aircraft


Description :
Our aim regarding this project is as follows : 1. To design a perfect and flawless structural model for our RC Aircraft based on mathematical calculations. 2. To assemble all the components in our model RC Aircraft as per the aerodynamic principles ensuring the stability of the model. 3. Demonstration of perfect take-off and landing of our model RC Aircraft. 4. Design of two RC Aircraft Structural Models consisting of two different wings – TRAINER & ADVANCED Wings.

Mentor :Dr. Suneel Yadav
Year :2016
Semester 5 :
Members
IBM2013026 IBM2014015

Design, Development and Demonstration of Radio-Controlled (RC) Aircraft


Description :
Our aim regarding this project is as follows : 1. To design a perfect and flawless structural model for our RC Aircraft based on mathematical calculations. 2. To assemble all the components in our model RC Aircraft as per the aerodynamic principles ensuring the stability of the model. 3. Demonstration of perfect take-off and landing of our model RC Aircraft. 4. Design of two RC Aircraft Structural Models consisting of two different wings – TRAINER & ADVANCED Wings.

Mentor :Dr. Suneel Yadav
Year :2016
Semester 5 :
Members
IBM2013026 IBM2014015

Design, Development and Demonstration of Radio-Controlled (RC) Aircraft


Description :
Our aim regarding this project is as follows : 1. To design a perfect and flawless structural model for our RC Aircraft based on mathematical calculations. 2. To assemble all the components in our model RC Aircraft as per the aerodynamic principles ensuring the stability of the model. 3. Demonstration of perfect take-off and landing of our model RC Aircraft. 4. Design of two RC Aircraft Structural Models consisting of two different wings – TRAINER & ADVANCED Wings.

Mentor :Dr. Suneel Yadav
Year :2016
Semester 5 :
Members
IBM2013026 IBM2014015

Under-water Unmanned Vehicle


Description :
ROV (Remotely Operated Underwater vehicle), is a tethered underwater mobile device. ROVs are unoccupied, highly maneuverable, and operated by a crew aboard a vessel.The process is the signal from mobile app is sent via Bluetooth and is received by Bluetooth module which is connected with arduino board and this arduino board is connected with driver module and this runs the motors of the underwater vehicle.

Mentor :Dr. Sitangshu Bhattacharya and Dr. Suneel Yadav
Year :2016
Semester 5 :
Members
IBM2014031 IEC2014085 IEC2014078

Studying the Capacitance of Au, Ag, Cu and Pd on an Atomic Level


Description :
In this project, we perform varied calculations of atoms working as capacitors by introducing a gap between two separate grids of lattice structures with equal number of atoms on each side, and observe certain properties that help us look at them better as macro scale capacitors for comparison purposes.

Mentor :Dr. Sitangshu Bhattacharya
Year :2016
Semester 7 :
Members
IEC2013071 IEC2013095 IEC2013098

Hand Glove Keyboard & Mouse


Description :
Our project is an input device for wearable computing that supports features of keyboard and mouse. Being an input device, it gives the user responsive control over the computer and at the same time, it also serves as a communications medium. Our project is an innovative new way to interact with modern technology. A wearable, wireless, input device, the hand glove keyboard & mouse provides unprecedented flexibility and convenience for gaming, design, art, music, data entry, device control, 3D object manipulation, and can be used as inexpensive telepresence. This device uses conductive keypoint combinations and MPU6050 to enter text data, control the mouse, switch between applications, perform multiple operations. Hardware used in our device: 1. Arduino Uno. 2. Arduino Mega for keyboard features. 3. Arduino Leonardo for processing data of MPU6050. 4. NRF24l01 for wireless communication. 5. MPU6050 for mouse features. 5. CD4021 shift register for increasing number of inputs.

Mentor :Dr. Suneel Yadav
Year :2016
Semester 5 :
Members
IEC2014020 IEC2014021 IEC2014025

VOICE CONTROLLED T.V. REMOTE AND HOME APPLIANCES


Description :
We give voice command through an android app that will work as voice recognition(speech to text conversion). This app connected to a bluetooth module and bluetooth module is connected to arduino. This module transfer data to arduino using serial transmission. If our voice command matches with our specified text then we send signal according to our voice command.

Mentor :Dr. POOJA MISHRA
Year :2016
Semester 5 :
Members
IBM2014022 IBM2014029 IBM2014035

Closed loop integrated control system with counter


Description :
The project of “Digital visitor counter” is based on the interfacing of some components such as sensors, motors etc. with arduino microcontroller. This counter can count people in both directions. In recent era, the count for the visitors become essential in many cases like in shopping mall, Hotels, restaurants etc. where the count is required to make a satisfaction of the administrators who relies on electronics system for the count of the incoming or outgoing visitors or traffics. Also it reduce the power consumption and waste of the power. This circuit proves to be helpful.

Mentor :Dr. Somak Bhattacharya
Year :2016
Semester 7 :
Members
IEC2013014 IEC2013058

Simulation of GSM Band Mobile Jammer Circuit and its scale model Hardware Implementation


Description :
This report presents the simulation of a GSM-band (920-970MHz) cell-phone jammer and its scale model hardware implementation. In this project we are aiming to generate a noise frequency in the same band of mobile receiver ‘s frequency with some high power so as to overlap the incoming frequency and the mobile will receive our noise frequency so there will be no signal functions available.

Mentor :Dr. Somak Bhattacharyya Dr. Rajat Kumar Singh
Year :2016
Semester 5 :
Members
IEC2014011 IEC2014014 IEC2014060

Frequency Selective Metamaterial Structure


Description :
We have designed a meta-material structure that produces zero transmission for frequency range from 3.23 to 4.80 GHz using Double-Sided 4X2 Split Ring Resonators(SRR). A Split Ring Resonator (SRR) is excited by the magnetic field component of the electromagnetic wave passing through it and produces resonance at a particular frequency which depends on the size of the SRR. In SRR Structure, we have used a copper split ring on FR4_EPOXY Substrate of thickness 1.6 mm whose permittivity is 4.25 and tangent loss is 0.02. Rest all the information is available in the poster.

Mentor :Dr. Somak Bhattacharya
Year :2016
Semester 5 :
Members
IEC2014016 IEC2014080 IEC2014094

Enhancing Human Computer Interaction via Live Finger Gesture Recignition


Description :
The project is aimed at enhancing the human computer interaction using live image processing and gesture recognition techniques. It will allow the person to use just his/her fingers as a mouse with no additional device. The project also uses Machine Learning in the form of Artificial Neural Networks(ANNs)

Mentor :Dr.Sunny Sharma
Year :2016
Semester 5 :
Members
IEC2014070 IEC2014088 IBM2014016

Design of power efficient and matched model for wireless sensor node


Description :
We are designing a power efficient model for cubical shaped wireless sensor node working with directional antennas on its faces and all the antennas are impedance matched.

Mentor :Dr. Neetesh Purohit
Year :2016
Semester 7 :
Members
IEC2013007 IEC2013010 IEC2013042

Implementation of GFSK modulator using 180 nm CMOS technology in Cadence Virtuoso.


Description :
In a general frequency shift keying (FSK) modulator, the stream of binary data (0 or 1) is modulated using two different carrier frequencies. In order to reduce the out of order spectral bandwidth, the bit stream is first filtered using a Gaussian filter and then the smoothened pulse is used to determine the carrier frequency after being passsed through an FSK modulator. So instead of directly modulating the frequency with pulsed data,it is filtered to make smoother transitions rather tham abrupt. To implement this functionality, a Gaussian filter is cascaded just before the FSK modulator to obtain a Gaussian frequency shift keying (GFSK).

Mentor :Dr. Prasanna Misra
Year :2016
Semester 7 :
Members
IEC2013017 IEC2013034 IEC2013036

SMART GARBAGE MONITORING SYSTEM


Description :
The most prominent challenge being faced by rapid urbanization and the development of smart cities is the need to maintain a clean and healthy environment.As a small initiative towards ensuring proper sanitation, we have designed a fully automatic detector and alert system for garbage bins which will assist in timely collection of the garbage. Our focus is to make the present system of garbage collection : Time, cost and fuel efficient. The system consists an Arduino Uno module, Ultrasonic sensor HC-SR04 (with a range up to 400 cm), an LED , and a GPRS/GSM SIMCom 800 module. The Ultrasonic sensor is placed under the lid of the garbage bin to sense the level of the garbage. LED alert in the prototype will ensure the garbage bin status to the public. The GPRS module will help to locate the position of the bin, and send an SMS to the central entity (concerned authority) whenever the garbage bin is filled.

Mentor :Dr. Suneel Yadav
Year :2016
Semester 5 :
Members
IEC2014003 IEC2014079 IMM2014001

NAV ME


Description :
Our project main aim is to send the location coordinates to a particular phone number and an app was designed such that it will trace that location on map and navigates us to that location.Here,GPS module sends the location coordinates to the microcontroller and GSM module sends this information to a desired phone number.

Mentor :Dr.Arun kant Singh
Year :2016
Semester 5 :
Members
IEC2014055 IEC2014054 IBM2014040

AUTOMATED BIO-LIQUID FERTILIZER PRODUCTION UNIT


Description :
Our machine has a earthworm dwelling & its moisture is controlled by Electronic equipment so that sprinkled water seeps through earthworm dwelling & can be collected as Organic Liquid Fertilizer.

Mentor :Dr. Neetesh Purohit
Year :2016
Semester 5 :
Members
VANSHRAJ SI AYUSH SHUKL SANJEEV SIN

IMPLEMENTATION OF SINE AND COSINE FUNCTION ON FPGA USING CORDIC ALGORITHM


Description :
We are implementing sine and cosine function on FPGA in verilog using famous CORDIC Algorithm instead of using Taylors expansion and we will be showing the output using seven segment display of FPGA in decimals i.e 0-1. we have simulated the code in both unpipelined and pipelined versions.

Mentor :Dr.Prasanna Misra
Year :2016
Semester 5 :
Members
IEC2014052 IEC2014082 IEC2014053

AUTOMATED BIO-LIQUID FERTILIZER PRODUCTION UNIT


Description :
Our machine has a earthworm dwelling & its moisture is controlled by Electronic equipment so that sprinkled water seeps through earthworm dwelling & can be collected as Organic Liquid Fertilizer.

Mentor :Dr. Neetesh Purohit
Year :2016
Semester 5 :
Members
IBM2014043 IBM2014045 IBM2014039

All Digital Phase Locked Loop (ADPLL)


Description :
Phase Locked Loops (PLLs) are feedback systems that generate signals that are phase locked with external input signals. PLLs are used to lock or track input signals in frequency and phase. When phase and frequency of input signals are synchronized, the PLL is said to be in locked condition. PLLs are used for applications such as clock recovery, motor speed control and frequency control of communications equipment. PLLs are classified into four different categories based on implemantation, Linear PLL, Classical Digital PLL, ALl Digital PLL, and Software PLL. The Classical DPLL is a semi-analog circuit where many parameters subject to temperature drift and aging. Where as All Digital PLL is an entirely digital system means that system consists of logical devices.The signal within an ADPLL can be binary signal (bit signal) or also can be a "word" signal. An ADPLL consists of Phase detector, Loop filter, and Numerical controlled oscillator(NCO).

Mentor :Dr. Manish Goswami
Year :2016
Semester 5 :
Members
IEC2014010 IEC2014013 IEC2014061

Smart Luggage Security


Description :
During journey, the thing of most concern is users’ luggage. Securing luggage in public transports like train and bus is done by conventional Lock and Chain which are considered strong but lack security. This project aims at increasing the security of luggage transportation. The prototype consists of an Arduino pro mini module by which sensors (touch, tilt, and cut), pushbuttons, RGB LED, alarm, and GPS /GPRS/Bluetooth are interfaced. The capacitive touch sensor is capable of detecting touch. It is equipped with cut and tilt sensors. Five push buttons are used as the password protection to activate and deactivate the sensors, and an RGB LED is used as indicator. It has a buzzer to notify the user about the theft activities.A smartphone app is used to notify about the luggage in case of out-of- range in proximity of up to 10m. GSM/GPS module will enable user to locate luggage by notifying via SMS.

Mentor :Dr. Suneel Yadav
Year :2016
Semester 5 :
Members
IEC2014015 IEC2014092 IMM2014004

Implementation of Cyclic Redundancy Check(CRC-4) on FPGA


Description :
Our project aims to implement single bit error correcting CRC-4 on FPGA using Verilog HDL. The principle of this method is to add a checksum of 4 bits to a message of 11 bit length.It can detect and correct single bit errors.The proposed method can be used to transmit message bits upto a length of 2^n-1-n for a checksum length of n bits.

Mentor :Dr.Manish Goswami
Year :2016
Semester 5 :
Members
IEC2014037 IEC2014033 IEC2014039

Design of a True Random Number Generator


Description :
In this design we propose a low power metastability based true random number generator in 180nm CMOS Technology. The core principle of the architecture used is based on cross coupled inverters which are driven into stable states depending on the thermal noise present in the feedback paths.This design passed all the NIST Statistical Tests for Random Numbers for a sample size of 1.2 Million bits.

Mentor :Dr. Manish Goswami
Year :2016
Semester 7 :
Members
IEC2013022 IEC2013026 IEC2013027 IEC2013067

Classification of Hybrid Polarimetric RISAT data using Polarimetric SAR observables.


Description :
For the purpose of this project, freely available SAR data from the Indian Satellite RISAT-1 has been taken from the official website of National Remote Sensing Centre (NRSC), ISRO. Land cover classification has been done on the basis of hybrid polarimetric SAR data. Extraction of the hybrid parameters is done with the help of the software PolSARPro. Then the further processing has been done on the software ENVI 4.8, where different land covers have been identified for the satellite grey scale image of a region in Karnataka. Then the value of different stokes parameters and hybrid parameters is calculated on the basis the backscattering coefficients of different land covers. All these observations have been used to build a decision tree on the ENVI. This is how the land covers are classified into four categories:Water, Bare Soil, Vegetation and Urban. The resulting decision tree can be applied on any RISAT data with minimum a priori knowledge and accurate results.

Mentor :Dr. Pooja Mishra
Year :2016
Semester 5 :
Members
IEC2014091 IEC2014056 IEC2014001

Traffic Sign Detection and Classification


Description :
The objective of the project is to identify and classify traffic signs from real-time images of road scenes. It aims to alert the driver and thereby ensure safe driving. The project consists of two modules, detection and classification. Detection is based on extracted HOG(histogram of oriented gradients) features from a large dataset of positive and negative images, which are used to train a binary class Linear SVM. Based on the decision scores from the trained svm , a final detection is selected from the detections list. The extracted pixels(after pre-processing) are sent into the CNN(Convolutional Neural Net) for classification. The neural net was trained on a freely available online dataset consisting of around 40,000 traffic sign images, captured in all possible environmental and external conditions.

Mentor :
Year :2016
Semester 5 :
Members
ECM2014004 IEC2014071 IEC2014081

Real time object detection, tracking and follower


Description :
This project focuses on analyzing the performance in terms of successful tracking on moving objects , on a single-board computer with live camera feed.

Mentor :Shri Arun Kant Singh
Year :2016
Semester 7 :
Members
IEC2013072 IEC2013047 IEC2013053

TrackIt


Description :
TrackIt project is a hardware as well as a software project. It has an android application (i.e. TrackIt app) and a hardware device (i.e. TrackIt). TrackIt app acts as a medium between the user and the TrackIt device

Mentor :Arun Kant Singh
Year :2016
Semester 7 :
Members
IEC2013045 IEC2013063 IEC2013048

A NOVEL APPROACH TO CONSERVE ELECTRICITY USING SMART GRID


Description :
The objective of this project is to conserve electricity using IoT-based Smart Grid incorporating different sensors at the power station and houses. Manually determining the root cause of failures is often tedious for a complex system operating in large-scale distributed heterogeneous environments. The model is used to maximize the utility of the consumer, subject to a minimum daily energy consumption level, maximum and minimum hourly load levels, and ramping limits on such load levels. Monitoring the real-time data of the power consumption by the appliances connected to a network and if less than a certain value the re-routing of power to some other place which is in need takes place. A smart meter which delivers the real-time data consumption by the consumers. Fault in one grid leads to the re-routing of power through the nearest grid. A simple bidirectional communication between the power supplier and the consumer enables the implementation of the proposed model.

Mentor :Dr. Suneel Yadav
Year :2016
Semester 5 :
Members
IEC2014018 IEC2014503 IBM2014034

Smart Luggage Security


Description :
During journey, the thing of most concern is users’ luggage. Securing luggage in public transports like train and bus is done by conventional Lock and Chain which are considered strong but lack security. This project aims at increasing the security of luggage transportation. The prototype consists of an Arduino pro mini module by which sensors (touch, tilt, and cut), pushbuttons, RGB LED, alarm, and GPS /GPRS/Bluetooth are interfaced. The capacitive touch sensor is capable of detecting touch. It is equipped with cut and tilt sensors. Five push buttons are used as the password protection to activate and deactivate the sensors, and an RGB LED is used as indicator. It has a buzzer to notify the user about the theft activities.A smartphone app is used to notify about the luggage in case of out-of- range in proximity of up to 10m. GSM/GPS module will enable user to locate luggage by notifying via SMS.

Mentor :Dr. Suneel Yadav
Year :2016
Semester 5 :
Members
IEC2014015 IEC2014092 IMM2014004

3-D SIMULATION OF Bulk n-FINFET AT A GATE LENGTH OF 22 nm USING VISUAL TCAD


Description :
We present simulation results obtained using VISUAL TCAD tools for a 3-D Bulk n-FinFET structure with a gate length of 22 nm at 300K.We will also describe some simulation results related to the influence ofthe gate work function variations on the considered structure. We study the influence of variation of the gate work function on the most important parameters, such as threshold voltage (Vth), sub threshold slope (SS), transconductance (gm), on-current (Ion),leakage current (I off), and the on/off current ratio of Nano scale FinFETs.

Mentor :Dr. SUNNY SHARMA
Year :2016
Semester 5 :
Members
IBM2014003 IBM2014020 IBM2014023

Delay Minimization in Multipath Wireless Sensor Network


Description :
Most of the wireless sensor networks in practical applications are multihop networks. In these networks the data can be received by the center node(sink node) via various paths with varying delay. The end-to-end delay of the event triggered wireless sensor network is optimized with the help of Target Prediction Sleep Scheduling(TPSS) algorithm. The algorithm chooses the path with least delay for the data transfer. The delay is minimized keeping the energy utilization minimum. A sensor network is simulated in MATLAB GUI where on giving event information, the MATLAB code determines the data transfer path, energy consumed by the participating nodes and the total delay.

Mentor :Prof. M Radhakrishnan
Year :2013
Semester 7 :
Members
IEC2010047