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S.No. Article Title & Authors (Volume 13, Issue 4, August - 2020) Page Nos. Status
1. A Comparative Study of CNTFET and MOSFET Devices through the Design of Current Mirrors
Roberto Marani and Anna Gina Perri
International Journal of Advances in Engineering & Technology (IJAET), Volume 13 Issue 4, pp. 116-122, August 2020.
In this review we present a comparative study of CNTFETs and MOSFET devices, through the design of self-biased cascode current mirror. In particular, the CNTFET used is a C-CNTFET and the MOSFET is in 32 nm technology to have comparable results. All simulations are performed in Advanced Design System, which is compatible the Verilog-A programming language. The obtained results show the overall improvement of the performance of the current mirror based on CNTFET with a higher output resistance without being disadvantaged in terms of current gain.
116-122 Online
2. COVID-SMD: Child Oldster Victim Ill Dumb-Safety Monitoring Device
Mansi Kashyap, Shuchita Saxena, Kshitij Shinghal, Amit Saxena
International Journal of Advances in Engineering & Technology (IJAET), Volume 13 Issue 4, pp. 123-130, August 2020.
Pablo Picasso quoted "Without great solitude, no serious work is possible". COVID - 19 the deadly widespread epidemic taught this that in desolation one can come up with a great idea and some out of the box suggestion or design. This paper presents such project that is made in solitariness due to the pandemic. Here a prototype is described for the frontline warriors of novel Corona virus. Besides this it would also be very helpful for monitoring of health, activities and tracking our loved ones. The prototype is named as COVID-SMD and abbreviated as Child Oldster Victim Ill Dumb Safety Monitoring Device. It consists of five modules which would tell us about the temperature, surrounding light, fall, removal of the device and emergency situation. It would monitor the temperature of the wearer, will keep a track of location, alert about the fall of the person, detect if person is in dark and will also help your loved ones in their panic situation. It will send alert messages to the phone number saved in the source code. This device would be productive for both parents who want to monitor their kiddos, as well as for children to supervise their golden age geriatric parents. It would be essential for the person suffering from various diseases such as dementia (short term and long-term memory loss), autism (nervous breakdown), Alzheimer (loss of functioning of brain). At present time of Pandemic Safety and monitoring of children, elderly people, dumb people handicapped, patients where social distancing is very important.
123-130 Online
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