Indian Institute of Technology Delhi | Date: 2015-10-20
Diversity combining schemes have been extensively used in wireless and free space optical communication systems. The present invention of a system and method for free space optical communications where multiple gain combiner (MGC) provides a better performance as compared to selection combining (SC) and equal gain combining (EGC) and can also be used for wireless applications. It also gives a cost effective solution with a minimal degradation in quality when maximal ratio combining (MRC) is compared in terms of hardware complexity and implementation cost. There is no need for present channel state information. Also, Adaptive weight adjustment is not required in present invention. Therefore, the MGC of system and method disclosed in the present invention is a simple, cost effective and high performance diversity combiner.
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi | Date: 2014-12-17
The present subject matter relates to processing of Electrocardiogram (ECG) signals, and in particular, relates to identifying a QRS complex in an ECG signal. The method includes receiving, and filtering the ECG signal by passing through at least one of a first low-pass filter and a high-pass filter to obtain a filtered ECG signal. The filtered ECG signal is processed based on a moving average technique. Further, a search region is identified in the processed ECG signal, and a maximum amplitude peak is identified in a time interval of the filtered ECG signal that corresponds to a time span of the search region of the processed ECG signal. The maximum amplitude peak is an R peak of the QRS complex. Subsequently, a Q peak and an S peak of the QRS complex is identified based on the R peak.
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi | Date: 2015-05-27
Techniques described herein are generally related to non-interferometric phase measurements of an optical signal. The various described techniques may be applied to methods, systems, devices or combinations thereof. Some methods for determining phase data of the optical signal may include transmitting the optical signal through a first optical element and obtaining first intensity data at a first focal plane of the first optical element by an optical sensor. Example methods may also include transmitting the optical signal through a second optical element. The second optical element may include a phase transformation mask. Example methods may further include obtaining a second intensity data at a second focal plane of the second optical element by the optical sensor and determining the phase data for the optical signal based on the first intensity data and the second intensity data.
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi | Date: 2013-03-15
Techniques described herein are generally related to high resolution image recovery of objects from digital holograms. The various described techniques may be applied to methods, systems, devices or combinations thereof. Some described methods for recovering an image may include receiving reference beam data that corresponds to a reference interference pattern and receiving hologram data corresponding to an object. The method may also include applying a cost function to the hologram data and the reference beam data to determine the object image data associated with the object. The cost function may include a smoothness constraint applied to the object image data. The cost function can be iteratively reduced to obtain object image data corresponding to the object and the obtained object image data can be processed to recover the image of the object from single shot holograms with image resolution greater than conventional holographic imaging system
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi | Date: 2012-12-26
The present disclosure discloses data vortex architecture with bidirectional links in which the packets are routed both in forward as well as in reverse directions through a single node. The disclosed arrangement avoids any packet congestion in the network and improves the BER characteristics.