Monthly Archives: May 2015

How I Got My Alexa Ranking Under 100,000-Michelle Shaeffer

How I Got My Alexa Ranking Under 100,000-Michelle Shaeffer Two things you should know First, I’m not terribly obsessed with my Alexa ranking. I didn’t even pay it too much attention other than an occasional glance (okay, almost daily at … Continue reading

What happens if you add lots of wind and solar power to the grid?

But as wind power (and its cousin, solar power) keeps expanding, it could pose some hassles and headaches for those in charge of the nation’s electricity grid. What would happen if we tried to get, say, one-third of our electricity from wind … Continue reading

B.Tech B.E Mini Projects for ECE Students

B.Tech B.E  Mini Projects for ECE Students With Controller 1.Wireless theft identification using RF 2.Home device controlling using RC5 protocol 3.A Concealed Alarm based security system for intelligent building. 4.RTC based alarming system using i2c protocol 5.Temperature level monitoring and … Continue reading

B.Tech B.E Mini Projects for EEE Students

B.Tech  B.E Mini Projects for EEE Students 1. Economic Load Dispatch Using Particle Swarm Optimization 2. Study And Analysis Of A Micro Grid 3. Mathematical Modelling And Simulation Analysis Of Dc Motor (Bldc) 4. Load-Flow Analysis 5. Automatic Generation Control … Continue reading

ECE Seminar Topics for Student Presentations

ECE Seminar Topics for Student Presentations: 1.    Simulation of code division multiple ACCES 2.    An H-infinity approach to robust channel estimation for OFDM wireless communication analysis 3.    Analysis of cardiatic signal using signal processing method 4.    Simulation of WCDMA system … Continue reading

EEE Seminar Topics for Student Presentations

The following can be used for Mini Projects or Major Projects for Undergraduate, Post graduate, Diploma students. Not only this, you can also use them for seminar topics or paper presentation topics: 1.    Load scheduling using artificial neural networks. 2.   … Continue reading