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THIS WEEK NEXT WEEK – ISSUE 145

The Foundation for South Indian Heritage In celebrating the World Heritage Week 2021, The Foundation for South Indian Heritage was inaugurated at Swami Vivekananda Hall, Kumaraguru Campus, on 25 November 2021 with a vision to harness the power of cultural heritage in the interest of Built Environment. The Foundation for South Indian Heritage is formulated…

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Talkie Walkie with HANDY

HAM Club of Kumaraguru organized an event called talkie walkie with handy, on 26th November of 2021. The speakers for the event was Mr. Sidharthan k Research scholar of KCT . This event was coordinated by Ms. M. Monika.   The main objective of this session is to know more about the working of handy. It was an opportunity for the students…

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Visible light communication

INTRODUCTION Visible light communication (VLC) is the one that employs transfer of visible light between the wavelengths of 400 and 800 THz (780–375 nm). A subset of optical wireless communications technology is VLC. The system employs conventional fluorescent bulbs (not special communications equipment) to carry signals at 10 kbit/s across short distances, or LEDs for…

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VISIBLE LIGHT COMMUNICATION

INTRODUCTION Visible light communication (VLC) is the one that employs transfer of visible light between the wavelengths of 400 and 800 THz (780–375 nm). A subset of optical wireless communications technology is VLC. The system employs conventional fluorescent bulbs (not special communications equipment) to carry signals at 10 kbit/s across short distances, or LEDs for…

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Tug of Words – Chapter 5

On 14th November, Sunday 2021 Books and Beyond Club, Kumaraguru college conducted an online book reading discussion session named ‘Tug of Words’. The session was conducted for a time duration of one hour between 5:30 – 6:30pm on the MS Teams platform which had a wide discussion on the short story ‘Lamb to the Slaughter’…

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MICROWAVE COMMUNICATION

Microwave communication is a transmission of signals by sending microwaves. Microwaves are radio signals with a very short wavelength .Microwave frequency ranges from 1GHZ to 300GHZ . Microwaves is used to communicate with geostationary satellites as microwaves have small wavelength and high frequency   It is a line-of-sight wireless communication technology that uses high frequency beams of…

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THIS WEEK NEXT WEEK- ISSUE 144

KCTBS Swagatham 2021 KCT Business School, one of the top-ranked Business Schools welcomed the freshers of MBA Batch 2021-23 for the induction programme, Swagatham 2021 on 15 November 2021. The event started with the invocation followed by floral tribute to Arulchelvar Dr. N.Mahalingam Ayya. A video reception by faculty members and students was played, and …

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All about Convolutional Neural Networks (CNN)

Deep learning is inspired by the brain functionality and its interconnection known as artificial neural networks. It is also known as larger neural networks, containing discrete layers, where each layer is trained to extracts feature information from data (feature learning) more than that of  the later. These large models provide better performance when trained with…

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ANTENNAS AND FREQUENCY BANDS FOR DEEP SPACE APPLICATIONS

Antennas for Deep space applications require special importance and considerations for designing them. Deep Space applications missions include Satellites, rovers, and landers. A planetary mission includes multiple phases: Launch phase Cruise phase Entry, Descent, and Landing Surface operations The design and frequency considerations would be different for different stages. During Launch phase: A low gain,…

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THIS WEEK NEXT WEEK- ISSUE 143

KCT Swagatham 2021 KKCT Swagatham 2021, the induction programme for the first year B.E/B.Tech. students of Batch 2021-25 was conducted in the virtual mode on 10 November 2021.  The induction programme was aired live on KCT YouTube channel from the Ramanandha Adigalar Auditorium at the campus. Dr. B.K. Krishnaraj Vanavarayar, Chairman, Kumaraguru Institutions, in the Presidential Address emphasized on the significance of remaining self-motivated with a…