Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing


This  Electronics Engineering Seminar Topic deals with the following: There has always been a technological talent to fulfill the constant need to extent the capacity of communication channel and DWDM (Dense Wavelength Division Multiplexing) has dramatically brought about an explosive enlargement of the capacity of fiber network, solving the problem of increasing traffic demand most

Crusoe Processor


This  Electronics Engineering Seminar Topic deals with the following: Mobile computing has been the buzzword for quite a long time. Mobile computing devices like laptops, webslates & notebook PCs are becoming common nowadays. The heart of every PC whether a desktop or mobile PC is the microprocessor. Several microprocessors are available in the market for

Cruise Control Devices


This  Electronics Engineering Seminar Topic deals with the following: 1. INTRODUCTION Everyday the media brings us the horrible news on road accidents. Once a report said that the damaged property and other costs may equal 3 % of the world’s gross domestic product.  The concept of assisting driver in longitudinal vehicle control to avoid collisions

Boiler Instrumentation and Controls


This  Electronics Engineering Seminar Topic deals with the following: Instrumentation and controls in a boiler plant encompass an enormous range of equipment from simple industrial plant to the complex in the large utility station. The boiler control system is the means by which the balance of energy & mass into and out of the boiler

Biomagnetism


Biomagnetism is a combination of two sciences; Physics and Biology.  It is the science where specifically designed magnets and their energy fields are used to affect the living system- the human body or what is called the Body electric. There are some basic physical laws that come into play with the body electric.  The body

BiCMOS Technology


This  Electronics Engineering Seminar Topic deals with the following: The history of semiconductor devices starts in 1930’s when Lienfed and Heil first proposed the mosfet. However it took 30 years before this idea was applied to functioning devices to be used in practical applications, and up to the late 1980 this trend took a turn

Aeronautical Communications


Aeronautical Communication Seminar Topic This IT Engineering Seminar Topic deals with the following: 1. INTRODUCTION The demand for making air traveling more ‘pleasant, secure and productive for passengers is one of the winning factors for airlines and aircraft industry. Current trends are towards high data rate communication services, in particular Internet applications. In an aeronautical

Wireless LAN-IEEE 802.11


This IT Engineering Seminar Topic deals with the following: Local Area Networks have evolved over the past 20 or so years to become a crucial ingredient in the success of businesses, large and small. From the smallest office to the largest multinational corporation shared access to information resources is an indispensable part of modern business

The Anatomy of Grid


This IT Engineering Seminar Topic deals with the following: The term “the Grid” was coined in the mid1990s to denote a proposed distributed computing infrastructure for advanced science and engineering. Considerable progress has since been made on the construction of such an infrastructure, but the term “Grid” has also been conflated, at least in popular

Simputer


This IT Engineering Seminar Topic deals with the following: Even the poorest of the poor will pay for a service, if that service improves in someway their quality of life. Several corporates are now addressing rural markets and they have the need for information and communication infrastructure in remote rural locations. For achieving this the

SILC


Chat protocols are very popular on the Internet. They have actually been very popular since the very first chat protocols appeared on the net. The Internet Relay Chat (IRC) was one of the first chat protocols, and quickly gained the status of being the most popular chat on the net. Today, IRC has several competitors

SAP R/3


This IT Engineering Seminar Topic deals with the following: After the Internet, sap r/3 is one of the hottest topics in the computer industry, and the company that developed it, SAP AG, has become one of the successful in the software market. The SAP R/3 system is targeted to most industries: manufacturing, retail, oil and

Resilient Packet Ring Technology


This IT Engineering Seminar Topic deals with the following: An important trend in networking is the migration of packet-based technologies from local Area Networks to Metropolitan Area Networks. The rapidly increasing volume of data traffic in metro networks is challenging the capacity limits of existing transport infrastructures based on circuit-oriented technologies like SONET and ATM.

Quantum Teleportation


This IT Engineering Seminar Topic deals with the following: Ever since the wheel was invented more than 5,000 years ago, people have been inventing new ways to travel faster from one point to another. The chariot, bicycle, automobile, airplane and rocket have all been invented to decrease the amount of time we spend getting to

Quantum Cryptography


This IT Engineering Seminar Topic deals with the following: During   the 20th  century and a  half, the contest between code makers  and    code   breakers   has   undergone   reversals    and complications.   An  unbreakable cipher  was   invented in   1918, although its unbreakability was not proved until the 1940s. This cipher was rather impractical because it required the sender

Protein Based-DNA-Computers


This IT Engineering Seminar Topic deals with the following: MOLECULAR AND BIOMOLECULAR ELECTRONICS Biomolecular electronics offer significant promise in addressing some of the interest limitations of semi conductor architectures. Molecular electronics is an emerging field that lies at the interface of chemical physics, bio physics, electrical engineering and physics, bio physics, electrical engineering and solid

Pixie Dust


This IT Engineering Seminar Topic deals with the following: In each of the past five years, hard drive capacities have doubled, keeping storage costs low and allowing technophiles and PC users to sock away more data. However, storage buffs believed the rate of growth could continue for only so long, and many asserted that the

NanoTechnology


This IT Engineering Seminar Topic deals with the following: Computers reproduce information at almost no cost. A push is well underway to invent devices that manufacture at almost no cost, by treating atoms like computers treat bits of information. This would allow automatic construction of consumer goods with out traditional labour, like a Xerox machine

Microsoft Palladium


This IT Engineering Seminar Topic deals with the following: “Palladium” is the code name for an evolutionary set of features for the Microsoft® Windows® operating system. When combined with a new breed of hardware and applications, these features will give individuals and groups of users greater data security, personal privacy, and system integrity. In addition,

Cable Modems


This Electronics Engineering Seminar Topic deals with the following: The term ‘Cable Modem’ is quite new and refers to a modem that operates over the ordinary cable TV network cables. Basically you just connect the Cable Modem to the TV outlet for your cable TV, and the cable TV operator connects a Cable Modem Termination

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