Madhup Chandra

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E-textiles are an alternative to radio-based personal area networks, with potentially significant advantages in hardware cost and energy consumption, through a reduction in the number of communication modules and the energy consumed by data transmission. This paper presents a methodology based on simulation and physical experimentation for quantifying this(More)
This paper describes an autonomous, wearable location awareness system that determines a user's location within a building given a map of that building. The system uses a moderate number of ultrasonic range transceivers as the sensing elements. Given a set of range readings from these sensors, the system attempts to match those actual readings to expected(More)
The chassis frame forms the backbone of a heavy vehicle, its principle function is to safely carry the maximum load for all designed operating conditions. This paper describes design and analysis of heavy vehicle chassis. Weight reduction is now the main issue in automobile industries. In the present work, the dimensions of an existing heavy vehicle chassis(More)
The mature textile industry coupled with our familiarity and comfort level with fabrics and the possibility of seamless integration of electronic components such as sensors, processors, and power sources in the fabric opens up a new dimension of computing. The electronic textile presents a suitable substrate over which numerous applications can be(More)
S oftware modules comprise a large part of life-and mission-critical systems. System crashes are more likely to be the result of a fault in the software than in the hardware. In spite of our best efforts at removing the errors/faults (bugs 1) before deploying those systems, it is wise to assume that bugs remain in the system and those bugs often lead to(More)
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