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  • Saad Ibne Omar, T171030; Imran Akber, T171044 (Department of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering, 2021-10)
    We need a health care system that can handle a huge number of patients in a crisis like COVID-19 that is adaptable, accessible, and quick. The Internet of Things (IoT) has allowed us to create a system that allows doctors ...
  • Arifinul Hoque, T171050; Josh Nath, T171028 (Department of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering, 2021-10)
    As a resource-efficient aquaculture production method, Bio-floc uses less freshwater and land while yet producing high-quality aquafeeds. The aquaculture sector has come under fire for its alleged role in environmental ...
  • MusfiqUddin, T171025; Md.RakibUddin, T17102 (Department of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering, 2021-09)
    DesignSimulationandAnalysisofaMulti-Band MicrostripPatchAntennafor4Gand5GApplications Microstripantennashavebecomeanintegralpartoftodaysduetotheir low cost,low profile,andeaseofmanufactureincircuitboards.5Gisthe new ...
  • Baizid Mahmud, T171004; Askander Nobi, T171005; Armanul Hoque Shaon, T17101 (Department of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering, 2021)
    In the Internet of Things (IoT), devices are linked to the internet through a wireless network, allowing them to collect and transmit data without the need for a human operator. Agriculture relies heavily on wireless ...
  • Fahad Uddin Peul, T-171003; Radowanul Haque, T171008; Mehedi Hasan Chowdhury, T171014 (Department of Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering, 2021-11)
    A rectangular triple band notched ultra wideband (UWB) antenna is suggested in this study. At the IEEE.802.16 WiMAX band 3.3-3.7 GHz, IEEE 802.11a WLAN band 5.1-5.85 GHz, and X band satellite downlink 7.1-7.9 GHz frequencies, ...

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