Hemant Kumar Pande

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In wireless ad hoc networks, all the mobile nodes are required to be synchronized for TDMA and frequency hopping spread spectrum (FHSS) operations. In this paper, we propose modified automatic selftime-correcting procedure (MASP) to achieve clock synchronization in a multi-hop environment. In MASP a faster node has a higher priority to send its timing(More)
The value of smear and culture of laryngeal swabs as a method of confirming pulmonary tuberculosis was investigated in Indian children. A total of 116 children with 'suspected' tuberculosis had a Mantoux test and chest X-ray. Of these, 51 had a positive Mantoux and/or chest X-ray compatible with tuberculosis, and this group had two laryngeal swabs taken on(More)
Salmonella enterica serovar Weltevreden is not a commonly isolated serotype in India. We report isolation of Salmonella Weltevreden, from an unusual site--an ulcer on the gluteal region of a patient who had undergone coronary artery bypass surgery. To our knowledge, Salmonellae have never been reported to cause isolated ulcerative lesions on the skin. This(More)
In this paper we propose a New Resource Allocation Protocol for tactical scenario based on mobile Ad Hoc networks. A dynamic slot assignment scheme for Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) under frequency hopping environment is proposed, in which control slots are provided to every node to cater the hidden and exposed terminal problems. As in the tactical(More)
In mobile networks, when the mobile terminal (MT) has an active call while crossing the boundary of two systems, it is required that the existing connection shouldn't be lost. To meet this demand, the signaling protocol of mobility management must be designed for supporting location registration and call delivery for roaming users who move beyond their home(More)
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