Pachamuthu Rajalakshmi

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In the remote health care monitoring applications, the collected medical data from bio-medical sensors should be transmitted to the nearest gateway for further processing. Transmission of data contributes to a significant amount of power consumption by the transmitter and increase in the network traffic. In this paper we propose a low complex rule engine(More)
Mobile phones or smart phones equipped with different communication technologies and sensors have become pervasive application development platform for opportunistic and human-centric sensing. Optimisation of battery energy consumption and opportunistic sensing coverage are important issues under mobile phone sensing. This paper proposes a simple sampling(More)
In a Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) application for ambient pollution monitoring, which involves the deployment of a large number (i.e. ~100) of sensors in India and UK to obtain fine-grain pollution data, the selection of gas sensors and the validity of sensor measurements against ground truth are vitally important to the success of the system.(More)
In this paper, we consider the problem of maximizing the time of first lightpath request rejection, T in the circuit-switched time division multiplexed (TDM) wavelength-routed (WR) optical WDM networks. TDM is incorporated into WDM, to increase the channel utilization when the carried traffic does not require the entire channel bandwidth. In TDM-WDM(More)
Smart phones or mobile phones enabled with global positioning system (GPS), different types of sensors, and communication technologies have become ubiquitous application development platform for Internet of Things (IoT) and new sensing technologies. Improving sensing area coverage, reducing overlap of sensing area, and energy consumption are important(More)
Smart grid technology is one of the recent developments in the area of electric power systems that aid the use of non-conventional sources of energy in parallel with the conventional sources of energy. Monitoring and control of smart grids is essential for its efficient and effective functioning. In this paper, we propose an architecture for monitoring(More)
Standard 12-lead (S12) system and Mason-Likar 12-lead (ML12) system despite of being most acceptable systems for clinical usage are not the preferred lead systems for remote monitoring (RM) applications. Usually RM applications involve wireless transmission of signals and a 2-3 lead system is preferred for bandwidth and storage limitations and data(More)