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IJOIT Vol-1 Issue 4 August 2017

[1]-IMPLEMENTATION AND DESIGNING OF LOW POWER SR FLIP-FLOP USING 45NM CMOS TECHNOLOGY

Author Details: S V S V PRABHU DEVA KUMAR(*1) ,PAGADALA VENKAT(2), LOKESH NAYINI(3)
Research scholar,ITM university, Gwalior,Madya Pradesh,India
Abstract:
The design of low-power devices is currently an important area of research due to an increase in demand for portable devices. Since the MOS device is widespread, there is a great need for circuits to consume less power, especially for portable and handheld devices. A memory element consumes 70 percent of the total power in an integrated circuit. As flip-flop is the primary place of memory elements to use on any portable device, a wide attention to reduce energy consumption flip-flop will help reducing energy consumption in a large IC. In this paper, we designed a flip-flop with CMOS logic; It consumes less energy than conventional gates designed. Switching transistors occurs when applied input clock is applied. Proposed SR flip-flop synchronization, 0.7V power dissipation transient analysis, and SR flip-flop different applications. This flip-flop is implemented using 45 nm in virtuoso cadence.

[Download Full PDF] [Page 01-08] DOI: 10.6084/m9.figshare.5357536

[2]-Optimal Control with Exponential Decay Rate for Air-to-Air Missile System

Author(s) Details: Yanjun Liang(1*), Junqi Liang(2) and Zhongsheng Wang(3)
1School of Computer and Information Engineering, Anyang Normal University,
Anyang 455000, China
Abstract:
The optimal control with exponential decay rate problem of the air-to-air missile system is studied. A nonlinear, coupling and uncertain dynamic model of the air-to-air missile with six degrees of freedom is considered. Because it is difficult to design the controller for the air-to-air missile control system, the nonlinear and coupling uncertain control system is simplified, and a linear model is obtained. Then, based on optimal control approach, an optimal controller with exponential decay rate is designed for the air-to-air missile. Numerical simulations illustrate the effectiveness of the proposed controller.

[Download Full PDF] [Page 09-17] DOI: 10.6084/m9.figshare.5350120

[3]-A REVIEW ANDROID CAMPUS GUIDE FOR MAUTECH, YOLA NIGERIA

Author(s) Details: Dr.Oye, N. D.(1*), Jemimah, Nathaniel(2)
Department of Computer Science MAUTECH- Yola Nigeria
Abstract:
Considering most of our Universities that have a stationary campus map at their main entrance which in most cases is outdated; with a campus that is expanding in size and in its number of buildings, locating those buildings can be very tedious especially for someone new to the campus.This paper proposed a campus guide for Modibbo Adama University of technology, Yola (MAUTECH). The MAUTECH Android Campus Guide application is developed to address the problems of freshman student waste of time in looking for offices, lecture theatres and departments. It will also serve as a navigation system for interested persons who would like to move from place to place on the campus but do not know how. An application was developed to serve primarily as a means to serve as a navigation guide to facilitate movement around the University campus. The application does this by serving as an information repository where people can easily discover more about the facilities and staff/faculty contained in Modibbo Adama University of Technology Yola. Also with the integration of Google Maps into the application, moving around the campus for new comers and other visitors is made more convenient.This research will be a useful tool in the recruitment of students and during campus events (matriculation and convocation ceremonies) where there is a large influx of visitors on the campus. The application was designed with the view of providing maximum simplicity, quality user experience; create user interface and most importantly accurate data.

[Download Full PDF] [Page 18-28] DOI: 10.6084/m9.figshare.5368462