P. Chandra Sekhar

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— A Power quality problem is an occurrence manifested as a nonstandard voltage, current or frequency that results in a failure or mis-operation of end use Equipments. Utility distribution networks, sensitive industrial loads, and critical commercial operations all suffer from various types of outages and service interruptions which can cost significant(More)
Advancement in Remote Sensing Imaging sensors provides massive rise in the accessibility and quality of timely and repetitive multisensor, multimodal, multi band, multiview, multiresolution earth surveillance information on a global scale. Image alignment is a fundamental task in remote sensing. Though there is an extensive range of alignment techniques(More)
3-10 GHz ultra wideband second stage cascade low noise amplifier wideband input matching network design in a 90nm 1.2V standard RF CMOS technology realization of a single chip CMOS UWB communication systems. The proposed ultra wideband LNA achieves 12.5 dB power gain with a good input matching receiver with bandwidth of 7.6 GHz and an average noise figure(More)
2.5 GHz narrow band inductive degenerated (LNA) low noise amplifier implemented in a 0.18 µm RF CMOS process which is used in particularly telecommand system for satellite and also for WSN (Wireless sensor networks. The amplifier provides a forward gain (S 21) of ˃ 16 db with a noise figure of S 11 ˂ 2db. While drawing of 10 mw from 1.8v Supply by using(More)
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