Work place: Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Bhagwan Parshuram Institute of Technology, New Delhi-110089 India
Research Interests: Online information processing, Wireless Sensor Networks, Artificial Intelligence and Applications, Signal Processing, Sensor
Dr. Pawan Whig is born in India (New Delhi) on 13 June 1980. He did B.Tech in Electronics and communication Engineering in year 2005. After successfully completion of his graduation he completed M.Tech in VLSI in 2008. His educational Journey is not stopped here, he awarded “Doctorate” from Jamia Milia Islamia. He is working in the field of IT from last 15 years. He is reviewer of several internationals referred journals. He is member of international association of engineers Hong kong, ISTE, IEEE, IEI and Computer Society of India(CSI). He published technical articles in more than 50 nationals and internationals journals. He has wide area of research like AI, ML, Analog Signal Processing, Sensor Modeling, Water Quality Monitoring Applications anAI, ML, Analog Signal Processing, Sensor Modeling, Water Quality Monitoring Applications and Simulation & design.d Simulation & design.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijitcs.2015.06.06, Pub. Date: 8 May 2015
This paper presents the performance analysis of smart PCS based system for an accurate oxygen content measurement in the aqueous electrolyte solution. The system intends to measure the photo catalytic activity of the PCS which is sensitive to O2 by integrating the software and hardware design technique for more accurate results. The threshold voltage of the PCS changes due to photo catalysis process causing fluctuations in the PCS readout which is sensed by the microcontroller via an inbuilt 10 bit A/D converter. The digitized signal is processed and converted into corresponding value of O2 content. The proposed digital system is fast as compared to conventional flow injection analysis which is tiresome and time consuming job. The approach for this system relies on the fast operation of PCS which operates under sub threshold conditions and reduced computation time. The system is more user friendly and the outcomes of simulation are fairly in agreement with the theoretical estimations. The system is highly favourable for water quality monitoring applications due to reduced response time.[...] Read more.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijisa.2014.02.09, Pub. Date: 8 Jan. 2014
This paper includes performance analysis of a multipurpose microcontroller based system which has various modes to control distinct applications. The paper elucidates how a single chip microcontroller can process different signals and accomplish different tasks. The system discussed in this paper has seven modes. Each mode controls different applications. Radio frequency signals are used for controlling the system wirelessly and each mode is triggered by giving a suitable 4-bit logic by the transmitter. The different modes which the system works in consist of security tracking, temperature measurement, sound actuated control, voltmeter mode, door automation, pits avoider and obstacle avoider. The versatility of the system is tested using Xilinx software v10.1. It is found that the system is functioning properly under normal conditions and the variations of the different parameters for a particular mode have been plotted in MATLAB R2013a v8.1 to validate the accuracy of the system.[...] Read more.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijisa.2012.11.11, Pub. Date: 8 Oct. 2012
This paper presents a comparative performance study of various analog integrated circuits (namely CC-II, DVCC, CDBA and CDTA) used with ISFET for monitoring the quality of water. The use of these active components makes the implementation simple and attractive. The functionality of the circuits are tested using Tanner simulator version 15 for a 70nm CMOS process model also the transfer functions realization for each is done on MATLAB R2011a version, the Very high speed integrated circuit Hardware description language(VHDL) code for all scheme is simulated on Xilinx ISE 10.1 and various simulation results are obtained and its is found that DVCC is most stable and consume maximum power whereas CC-II is the least stable and consumes minimum power amongst all the four deployed analog IC’s. Detailed simulation results are included in the paper to give insight into the research work carried out.[...] Read more.
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