Seminar Report CONTENTS. 1. Preface 2. Introduction 3. Principles of cellonics technology 4. Cellonics circuits 5. Applications to telecommunication 6. CELLONICS. A Technical Seminar Presentation By Hariharan S. Under the guidance of Prof. M. S. Sowmyashree Department of Telecommunication. SEMINAR PRESENTATION — CELLONICS. Save. Cellonics a Technical Seminar Report on CELLONICS Technology . INTRODUCTION PRINCIPLE OF CELLONICS TECHNOLOGY CELLONICS CIRCUITS APPLICATIONS TO.
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For the last 60 years, the way radio receivers are designed and built has undergone amazingly little change.
Cellonics Technology Seminar pdf Report and ppt
With the Cellonics method, much of the sub-systems in a traditional communication system are not required. In general, this technology will allow for modem speeds that are 1, times faster than our present modems. The original technology also utilizes carrier signals as a reference which uses technklogy of wave cycles before a decoder can decide on the bit value Legard,whether the bit is a one or a zero, in order to translate that into a single character.
Much of the current approach could be attributed to EH Armstrong, the oft -credited Father of FM, who invented the super heterodyne method in The subsystem used in the superhet design consists of radio-frequency RF amplifiers mixers ,phase-lock loops ,filters, oscillators and other components ,which are all complex ,noisy ,and power hungry.
When used in the field of communication, the technology has the ability to encode, transmit and decode digital information powerfully over a variety of physical channels, be they cables or wirelessly through air. It encodes and decodes signals at one symbol per cycle-a feature not found elsewhere. Cellonics Technology Published on Dec 17, Then the data is sent over radio frequency cycle to its destination where it is then decoded.
For ease of explanation, we assume that the input signal is a triangular waveform. To a communications engineer, this is unheard off.
In digital communicationCellonicsTM offers a fundamental change to the way modem solutions have traditionally been designed and built. The circuit contains a negative impedance converter. The level of tolerance against the noise perturbations is carried out by proper selection of circuit parameters in the design. In this region, the output is oscillating. Capturing a communications element from the air to retrieve its modulated signal is not easy ,and a system often needs to spend thousands of carrier cycles to recover just one bit of information.
Its simplicity will obsolete the super heterodyne receiver design that has been in use since its invention by Major Edward Armstrong in The CellonicsTM circuits are tecnhology simple with advantages of low-cost, low power consumption and smallness of size.
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The Cellonics element accepts slow analog waveforms as input and in return produces predictable, semianr pulse output, thus encoding digital information and sending it over communication channels. Download your Reports for Cellonics Technology Cellonics Incorporated has developed new technology that may end the modem technology reprt other communications problems forever. Thetransfer characteristic consists of three different regions.
The Cellonics communication method is one inspired by how biological cells signal. Noise-generating and power-consuming systems such as voltage-controlled oscillators, PLLs, mixers, power amplifiers, etc.
So it was necessary to invent a new demodulation circuit ,which do the job of conventional superheterodyne receiver but at afar lesser component count, faster and lower in power consumption and possessing greater signal robustness These requirements were met by designing technloogy circuit which models the biological cell behavior as explained earlier.
The Cellonics technology found a way to mimic these pulse signals and apply srminar to the communications industry Legard, The study showed that human cells respond to stimuli and generate waveforms that consist of a continuous line of pulses separated by periods of silence.
Cellonics Technology Seminar pdf Report and ppt
Then mail to us immediately to get the full report. Convention systems require thousands of cycles to capture one symbol. Laboratory studies have recorded electrical waveforms that show burst of spikes separated by periods of silence.
Engineers will have to reform their thinking- that such a simple solution is possible. In this digital day and age, it is timely; current digital communication designs are mostly derived from old analog signal methods. Its I-V transfer characteristic is shown in Fig 3. The duration of each pulse is similar and the number of pulses generated depends on the length of time the slope remains negative.
The transfer characteristic consists of three different regions. Cellonics Incorporated has developed new technology that may end the modem technology and other communications problems forever. Are you interested in any one of this Seminar, Project Topics. In Fig 2b, the middle segment has a negative slope negative resistance and represents the region in which the Op-Amp is operating linearly.