International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Emerging Technologies

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  • White Papers // Aug 2012

    Top-Down Approach Process Built on Conceptual Design to Physical Design Using LIS,GCS Schema

    Database is not static but rapidly grows in size. These issues include how to allocate data, communication of the system, the coordination among the individual system, distributed transition control and query processing, concurrency control over distributed relation, design of global user interface, design of component system in different physical location,...

    Provided By International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Emerging Technologies

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    A Review of Secure SMS Based M-Commerce

    Mobile devices have revolutionised the world. They are now being used for M-Commerce applications. Their affordability, high availability, and usage convenience has made SMS based M-Commerce to take over ecommerce. Now-a-days it is used as an alternative for online transaction systems. The SMS facility available in mobile phones is used...

    Provided By International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Emerging Technologies

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    Round Trip Delay Time as a Linear Function of Distance Between the Sensor Nodes in Wireless Sensor Network

    In a dense wireless sensor networks with portable sensor nodes identification of sensor node location, distance of particular sensor node from some reference node and fault detection are the great challenging issues. Round Trip Delay (RTD) time measurement technique is an easy way to obtain the information regarding above issues...

    Provided By International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Emerging Technologies

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    High Throughput of Asynchronous Traffic and Maximum Capacity of Synchronous Sources With the New Fddi's Mac Protocol

    It is well known that Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) offers an excellent cost-benefit and guarantees a reliable and powerful network. It is also fact that the FDDI is suitable for synchronous traffic because of the high speed and the performance guarantees it provides. However, these guarantees are achieved at...

    Provided By International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Emerging Technologies

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    Review of Techniques for Designing Printed Antennas for UWB Application

    Due to the rapid development in the field of wireless communications there is an increasing demand for higher data rate and large bandwidth. The emerging Ultra WideBand (UWB) is a promising technology as it can accommodate higher data over a large bandwidth. The design of an antenna for UWB system...

    Provided By International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Emerging Technologies

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    Depth-3 Adjacency Cluster Based Routing Protocol

    In general, existing routing protocols in adhoc networks can be classified as proactive, reactive or hybrid. Proactive protocols are table driven. Proactive protocols maintain entire topology of network. So whenever there is routing request connection is established quickly. Reactive protocols are also known as On-demand protocols. On demand protocols based...

    Provided By International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Emerging Technologies

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    Building High Quality Products by Applying Quality Management Activities on SDLC

    The main concept of this paper is the term quality. The main part of building any software product is reaching a high level of quality and developing the quality it reaches. This paper concentrates on applying activities of quality management on the software process (the life cycle of building the...

    Provided By International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Emerging Technologies

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    Evaluation of Integrated Multimedia Traffic Over Atm Network

    Virtual Path (VP) provisioning has gained wide acceptance as an effective resource management technique for improving transmission efficiency in ATM network. In the authors' study the VP in the ring is defined as pair for each node, which reassigned a duplex VP. The VP is used in the point-to-point VP...

    Provided By International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Emerging Technologies

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    A Review of Secure SMS Based M-Commerce

    Mobile devices have revolutionised the world. They are now being used for M-Commerce applications. Their affordability, high availability, and usage convenience has made SMS based M-Commerce to take over ecommerce. Now-a-days it is used as an alternative for online transaction systems. The SMS facility available in mobile phones is used...

    Provided By International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Emerging Technologies

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    Round Trip Delay Time as a Linear Function of Distance Between the Sensor Nodes in Wireless Sensor Network

    In a dense wireless sensor networks with portable sensor nodes identification of sensor node location, distance of particular sensor node from some reference node and fault detection are the great challenging issues. Round Trip Delay (RTD) time measurement technique is an easy way to obtain the information regarding above issues...

    Provided By International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Emerging Technologies

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    High Throughput of Asynchronous Traffic and Maximum Capacity of Synchronous Sources With the New Fddi's Mac Protocol

    It is well known that Fiber Distributed Data Interface (FDDI) offers an excellent cost-benefit and guarantees a reliable and powerful network. It is also fact that the FDDI is suitable for synchronous traffic because of the high speed and the performance guarantees it provides. However, these guarantees are achieved at...

    Provided By International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Emerging Technologies

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    Review of Techniques for Designing Printed Antennas for UWB Application

    Due to the rapid development in the field of wireless communications there is an increasing demand for higher data rate and large bandwidth. The emerging Ultra WideBand (UWB) is a promising technology as it can accommodate higher data over a large bandwidth. The design of an antenna for UWB system...

    Provided By International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Emerging Technologies

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    Depth-3 Adjacency Cluster Based Routing Protocol

    In general, existing routing protocols in adhoc networks can be classified as proactive, reactive or hybrid. Proactive protocols are table driven. Proactive protocols maintain entire topology of network. So whenever there is routing request connection is established quickly. Reactive protocols are also known as On-demand protocols. On demand protocols based...

    Provided By International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Emerging Technologies

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    Building High Quality Products by Applying Quality Management Activities on SDLC

    The main concept of this paper is the term quality. The main part of building any software product is reaching a high level of quality and developing the quality it reaches. This paper concentrates on applying activities of quality management on the software process (the life cycle of building the...

    Provided By International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Emerging Technologies

  • White Papers // Feb 2012

    Evaluation of Integrated Multimedia Traffic Over Atm Network

    Virtual Path (VP) provisioning has gained wide acceptance as an effective resource management technique for improving transmission efficiency in ATM network. In the authors' study the VP in the ring is defined as pair for each node, which reassigned a duplex VP. The VP is used in the point-to-point VP...

    Provided By International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Emerging Technologies

  • White Papers // Aug 2012

    Top-Down Approach Process Built on Conceptual Design to Physical Design Using LIS,GCS Schema

    Database is not static but rapidly grows in size. These issues include how to allocate data, communication of the system, the coordination among the individual system, distributed transition control and query processing, concurrency control over distributed relation, design of global user interface, design of component system in different physical location,...

    Provided By International Journal of Engineering Sciences & Emerging Technologies