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  • Mondal, Arpan; Ram, Shobha Sundar (Advisor); Anand, Saket (Advisor) (IIITD-Delhi, 2018-07-09)
    This report is a brief literature study for applications of sensor fusion for making a robust and cheap advanced driver assistance service. We would mainly look into fusion of vision and RADAR, and look into various ...
  • Jain, Sagar; Ram, Shobha Sundar (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2019-09)
    A Fabry Perot cavity (FPC) antenna consists of a primary radiator at the base of a dielectric cavity sealed with a partially reflecting surface at the other end. Excitation from the radiator is partially reflected by the ...
  • Mumtaz, Fatima; Ram, Shobha Sundar (Advisor); Purandare, Swapna (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2019-07)
    Harmonic radar technology has been researched and developed for studying the foraging behaviour of insects such as honey bees in order to study their decline in the ecosystem. The traditional radar fails to detect the bees ...
  • IQBAL, MOHD SHOAIB; Ram, Shobha Sundar (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2017-11-25)
    Frontal radar imaging has been proposed as an alternate technology to cameras for through wall surveillance and law enforcement. Cameras cannot see through wall as optic frequencies do not penetrate walls. On the other ...
  • Vishwakarma, Shelly; Ram, Shobha Sundar (Advisor) (IIIT-Delhi, 2020-02)
    Indoor radars have been researched and developed to detect and monitor humans for applications that range from law enforcement, security and surveillance purposes to ubiquitous sensing applications such as smart home or ...
  • Sharma, Pragya; Ram, Shobha Sundar (Advisor) (2015-12-07)
    The generalized finite element method (FEM) approach towards solving the Helmholtz equation involves a very high computational complexity of the order of O(n3) where n is the number of nodes of the FEM formulation. Prior ...
  • Jain, Rohit; Ram, Shobha Sundar (Advisor) (2014-07-10)
    Directivity of an antenna is a figure of merit which shows how effective an antenna is at transmitting / receiving in a desired direction. A highly directive antenna is useful for applications such as satellite communications ...
  • Singh, Namrata; Ram, Shobha Sundar (Advisor) (2015-12-07)
    Highly directive antennas are useful in applications such as satellite communications, radar systems and biomedical applications. Directivity is usually achieved using either large antenna apertures or array systems ...
  • Goyal, Sangeeta; Ram, Shobha Sundar (Advisor); Bohara, Vivek Ashok (Advisor) (2016-09)
    Radar systems for detecting the humans present behind the wall are powerful tools for law enforcement, military and elderly care. Walls are complex propagation mediums that introduce attenuation, refraction and multipath ...

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