Manoj Singh Bisht

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Brainstem auditory evoked responses were recorded in 22 diabetic patients with a variable duration of illness (mean 5.8 years) and 14 normal healthy controls of comparable age. The initial 10 millisecond components, found to be most consistent and reproducible, were analysed. Variations in the form of individual wave latency, interpeak latencies and V wave(More)
Auditory brainstem evoked responses (ABER) were recorded to provide normative data regarding the latency values, brainstem conduction times in term neonates and infants up to 24 months of age. The mean latency for wave I - 1.86 +/- 0.11 m sec, wave III - 5.11 +/- 0.31 m sec, wave V - 7.10 +/- 0.30 m sec progressively decreased at birth to wave I - 1.64 +/-(More)
Due to environmental concerns, there is lot of emphasis on the use of renewable energy sources as distribution generation sources for electric power generation. These distributed sources have resulted in the concept of AC/DC micro-grids. But the intermittent nature of these sources cause many control problems and thereby affect the quality of the power(More)
The nature of wireless ad hoc network is such that communication between the nodes is extremely volatile, resultantly the quality of the wireless links is heavily unstable. Implementation of algorithms with enormous processing power and memory capacity for small and restricted resource-constrained wireless nodes is an inspiring task. Performance and(More)
The outage performance of dual-hop multi-relay decode-and-forward (DF) system for asymmetric fading channels is analyzed with the help of outage probability (Poutage). The channels between the source and relays are assumed to be generalized (k-μ) fading channels whereas channels between the relays and destination are generalized (η-μ)(More)
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