Articles accepted in IJEER

Special Issue on Intelligent Communication and Computing for Next Generation Wireless Communication Networks

Adapting to the Dark: A Novel Adaptive Low Light Illumination Correction Algorithm for Video Sequences in Wireless Communications

The lower image quality and higher noise levels of low light images can have a substantial effect on wireless communication. Images typically have less brightness, less clarity, and more picture noise in low light situations. The precision and dependability of picture-based communication may be impacted by this decline in image quality. Low light levels can be detrimental to video chats since it becomes difficult for the camera to get clear pictures of the user's face.

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Modelling System Parameters for Improvised Performance in Free Space Optics (FSO) Networks

Free space optics (FSO) is a remote method for correspondence that send information by means of an optical source. The medium among transmitter and recipient is a free space that has an away from of sight for imparting the sign. Air, vacuum, and space can go about as free space. Establishment of this framework is financially savvy contrasted with different frameworks and can be set up with in less time.

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Defected Ground Based MIMO Antenna for 5G mm Wave Applications

This study provides a novel 4 Port “MIMO antenna” design for “5G mm wave” implementation. This designed antenna operates in mm-wave band and adheres to the 5th generation's specifications. The antenna is described from two perspectives. The array elements appear to be arranged in a rectangular shape from the top view, however the bottom view, which is the view on the substrate, is composed of rectangular and ring-shaped slots to improve the antenna's radiating properties.

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Adaptive Video Coding Framework with Spatial-Temporal Fusion for Optimized Streaming in Next-Generation Networks

Predicting future frames and improving inter-frame prediction are ongoing challenges in the field of video streaming. By creating a novel framework called STreamNet (Spatial-Temporal Video Coding), fusing bidirectional long short-term memory with temporal convolutional networks, this work aims to address the issue at hand. The development of STreamNet, which combines spatial hierarchies with local and global temporal dependencies in a seamless manner, along with sophisticated preprocessing, attention mechanisms, residual learning, and effective compression techniques, is the main contribution.

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Fractal Cross-Slot-Coupled Antenna with Dielectric Resonator Elements having Circular Polarization

This article presents the design and analysis of an “ultra-wideband (UWB)” Fractal Cross-slot-Coupled Antenna with “Dielectric Resonator Elements (DREs)” exhibiting circular polarization and band-notched characteristics. The proposed antenna aims to reject the frequency range of 5.1 GHz to 5.9 GHz while maintaining high impedance bandwidth and radiation efficiency. A coplanar waveguide feeds the planar UWB antenna, featuring a narrow slot on the radiating element and a dielectric resonator mounted on top. Simulation results demonstrate excellent performance in terms of impedance bandwidth and radiation efficiency.

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