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Real Time Automated Fabric Defect Detection System using Microcontroller

@article{Mursalin2008RealTA,
  title={Real Time Automated Fabric Defect Detection System using Microcontroller},
  author={Tamnun E. Mursalin and Fajrana Zebin Eishita and Ahmed Ridwanul Islam and Md. Jahangir Alam},
  journal={J. Convergence Inf. Technol.},
  year={2008},
  volume={3},
  pages={42-50}
}
In recent times the uses of wireless devices are fetching ubiquitous and these networks have turn into an increasingly important part of global communication architecture. [] Key Method In order to improve the performance of TCP/IP, a UTSAF agent is implemented along with the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP). Performance has been analyzed for the TCP/IP with and without UTSAF agent for the metrics throughput and latency.

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