ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, SAVITRIBAI PHULE PUNE UNIVERSITY
The constraint of higher throughput requirement for next generation services and their objective for offering quality of service in a critical field applications are needed. In WSN it is observed that the precision of data measured and the rate at which it is transmitted are to be very fast and accurate, as the measured data are of higher precision and need to be faster in refreshment at the monitoring unit. • To overcome the issue in this work, a new hybrid mode of communication approach is suggested. Towards provisioning of higher data rate, hybrid architectures are upcoming in various domains of wireless communication. • In such network, different network architectures are interlinked to formulate, a hybrid architecture switching from one to other based on the resource availability and optimization approach.
The suggestive approach is defined to achieve higher throughput, with maintaining precision as the prime requirement of WSN. The integration of data rate and distortion monitoring is been focused.
Abstract: We present a new fiberoptic carbon dioxide sensor for transcutaneous and mucosa (indwelling) blood gas monitoring. The sensor is based on optical fluorescence of molecules sensitive to pH changes associated with dissolved CO2. A three layer chemical coating was dip-coated onto the distal tip of an optical fiber (600μm core radius). It contained the 50mg/ml `polym H7', a coating polymer bonded to a fluorescence indicator dye, along with 125mg/ml of the transfer agent tetraoctylammonium hydroxide (TONOH). Light from a blue (460 nm) LED was launched into the fiber to excite the sensing film. The sensing film fluoresced green (530 nm), the intensity of which decreased in the presence of CO2. The sensor was tested in vitro, finding a correlation between change in fluorescence (in AU) and aqueous CO2 concentration with a minimum detection threshold of 40%. The sensor is being developed for medical applications where its small size and ability to continuously monitor the partial pressure of CO2 (PCO2) will make it an extremely useful diagnostic tool.
Pub.: 07 Jan '16, Pinned: 30 Jun '17
Abstract: In most emergency situations, health professionals rely on patients to provide information about their medical history. However, in some cases patients might not be able to communicate this information, and in most countries an online integrated patient record system has not been adopted yet. Therefore, in order to address this issue the ongoing project MyCare Card (MyC², www.myc2.org) has been established. The aim of this project is to design, implement, and evaluate a prototype patient held electronic health record device. Due to the wide range of user requirements, the device, its communication interface, and its software have to be compatible with many common platforms and operating systems. Thus, this paper is addressing one of the software compatibility matters-the cross-platform GUI implementation. It introduces a portable object-oriented GUI framework, suitable for a declarative layout definition, components customization, and fine model-view code separation. It also rationalizes the hardware and software solutions selected for this project implementation.
Pub.: 11 Nov '10, Pinned: 30 Jun '17