Manoj Kumar

Work place: DAVIT, Jalandhar, 144001, India



Research Interests: Computational Physics, Physics


Professor Dr Manoj Kumar eminent researcher published 75 research paper in the field of optical and signal processing. He is an author of more than 8 books mainly in principle of communication and Analog communication system. He has supervised 15 M.Tech and 8 PhD thesis. His major project activities on optical soliton transmission system. He is currently working as a Principal, DAV Institute of Engg. and Technology.

Author Articles
A Comprehensive Survey of Location Based Routing in Vehicular Networks

By Vikram Dhiman Ikjot Saini Manoj Kumar

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Jan. 2017

Vehicular network is the real time network formed by the highly dynamic nodes. This environment of VANET along with the fixed geographical mapping of roads slows down the delivery of the message in case of unicast and broadcast. When unicast is applied then the latency increases significantly as hop count increases. While broadcast make use of the network resources which degrades the performance by decreasing the efficiency of the network. However, multicast is proposed as the parameter to enhance the performance by introducing multicasting trees. This strategy is applied for maintaining the vehicular nodes in a multicast tree manner which will provide single path between two vehicles in the tree. Further, in case of the link failures, tree partitions and reconfiguration is needed this induces to have very low latency and reduces packet overhead. Various location based routing protocols are discussed which reveals different aspects and applications of variety of routing protocols relying on the location information.

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Implementation of SRRC Filter in Mobile WiMax with DWT Based OFDM System

By Harpreet Kaur Manoj Kumar Ajay K. Sharma Harjit P. Singh

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Apr. 2016

Pulse shaping filter when applied to the symbols generated for transmission in a bandwidth limited systems allow for bandwidth containment that reduces the Inter-Symbol Interference (ISI) arising from multipath signal reflections which further minimizes the probability of errors at the receiver. Wavelets encompass the advantages of transforming and mapping data onto orthogonal subcarriers with optimal flexibility as well as less complexity which leads to increase the bandwidth efficiency of an Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) system. In this paper Square Root Raised Cosine (SRRC) a pulse shaping technique when applied to Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT) based OFDM system in mobile WiMax is simulated and its performance analysis in terms of Bit Error rate (BER) as a function of Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR) is investigated for various modulation schemes under AWGN channel. The results obtained show that SRRC filter offers to significantly improve BER for the given SNR and enhance the performance of physical layer in Mobile WiMax. The performance measurements and analysis is done in the simulation developed in MATLAB.

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