Deep Parsediya

Deep Parsediya
Madhav Institute of Technology & Science Gwalior | MITS · Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering

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: A planer spoon shaped antenna with defected ground structure (DGS) is designed and fabricated for wireless application. The proposed antenna design exhibits 1.6GHz bandwidth, 2.20dBi Avg. Gain and maximum return loss of-24.5dB, which offers better results in wideband application. The Proposed antenna structure is simulated by software CST MWS (CS...
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The current era is mainly focused on the modernization, industrialization, automation and development. For which, the human task are replaced by robots to achieve good accuracy, high efficiency, speed and multiplicity. In industries, these robots are employed to carry heavy objects in working place. As the environment or working area may be dynamic...
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Cantilever sensitivity under low mass loading is crucial issue for various sensing applications. Recent advancements promise and focus on the development of high performance cantilevers for effective low mass sensing. MEMS cantilevers are commonly used for low level bio-molecular detection due to their most flexible hinging type structure. The micr...
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High performance and sensitivity of a microcantilever beam is much demanded in biosensing and needs accurate measurement of tip deflection under very low range of analyte adhesion. Constant geometry based rectangular microcantilevers are not good enough for micro or pico level triglyceride (TG) and glucose detection. With the same surface area, len...
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Surface geometry plays an important role in case of analyte sensing and RF switching using beams and electrodes. In general, rather than simply supported beam and diaphragm, microcantilever beams are widely preferred in BIO-MEMS and RF-MEMS for biosensing and RF switching, respectively. The lower level detection ability and simple structure make th...
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In Bio-MEMS applications, low mass loading of biomolecules on rectangular microcantilever beam surface gives negligible deflection at it's free end and poor sensitivity corresponding to the lower concentration of analyte. This paper presents three new microcantilever designs for biosensing, which hold promises for better deflection and higher sensi...
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Highly sensitive microcantilevers have most commonly and widely been adopted for Bio-MEMS and RF-MEMS applications. The μl and pl blood serums contain few triglyceride (TG) and glucose molecules. Hence, the conventional rectangular microcantilever sensors are not good enough to detect these small TG and glucose concentrations. In mM or μM level TG...

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