2018-2019 Internship Projects Titles for ECE Students
1. Lotus: Evolutionary Blind Regression over Noisy Crowdsourced Data
2. Efficiency and Detectability of Random Reactive Jamming in Wireless Networks
3.ViType: A Cost Efficient On-Body Typing System through Vibration
4. UltraGesture: Fine-Grained Gesture Sensing and Recognition
5.Crowdlearning: Crowded Deep Learning with Data Privacy
Latest Topics - Intership for ECE6. COALA: Collision-Aware Link Adaptation for LTE in Unlicensed Band
7.Energy Efficiency Maximization in Multi-User Miso Mixed RF/VLC Heterogeneous Cellular Networks
8. AHT: Application-Based Handover Triggering for Saving Energy in Cellular Networks
9.Optimizing Inter-Operator Network Slicing over Licensed and Unlicensed Bands
10. WiAU: An Accurate Device-Free Authentication System with ResNet
2018 Internship Topics for ECE Students
How is WiFi different from Internet? The internet is a giant network made up of tons of smaller, local networks. And a router gives your devices access to this network.A local network, for example, could include your router, your computer, and your wireless printer. Your computer can send a PDF to the printer via a WiFi connection. And all without internet!
Layers in any networking model are simply abstractions to help you design better. It is a way to clearly separate functions and stay focused on the service you are trying to build. For example, the Physical Layer (in the TCP/IP or even the OSI model) is all about how to transmit a bit (0 or 1) from one end and receive the same bit in the other end. Typical service problems to answer are which voltage will translate to a bit, how long it will take to travel over a physical medium etc. So when you are designing a service in that layer you don’t get distracted by QoS, password security etc, because they will be answered in another layer (higher abstraction), like the Presentation or the Application layer.
You must be thinking that you have solved half the puzzle as “Wi” must stand for “wireless,” right?! Well, not really! Contrary to popular belief that it is short for something, it, in fact, does not mean anything. Though many people believe that Wi-Fi stands for wireless fidelity,
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