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  • Khan, Tanvir Ahmed; Shahriar, Raghib; Rabbi, Khaled Fazle (East West University, 2012-01-11)
    The scaling down of devices has been the driving force in the advancement of technology since the beginning of 19th century. 65 nm technologies become conventional in 2006 and 45 nm technology was announced in 2007. But ...
  • Akhtar, Amreen; Rahman, Shuaib (East West University, 2012-01-11)
    Heterojunction solar cells have proved to exceed the efficiency barrier that homojunction solar cells have tried to cross for decades. Among the most efficient heterojunction solar cell structures, the Heterojunction with ...
  • Bari, Tasreef; Rahman, Md. Rakibur; Shanta, Md. Mamunur Rashid (East West University, 2013-01-08)
    To obtain a B.Sc. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from East West University we have to do thesis or industrial training. We chose industrial training and we chose to do it at Ashuganj Power Station Company Limited ...
  • Khandker, Taufiq Imran; Rahman, Md. Mizanur; Hossain, Syed Rumman (East West University, 2012-01-11)
    Availability of power is one of the important ingredients for industrial growth. Increasing automation of Bangladeshi industries has created huge demand of power in Bangladesh. The Government of Bangladesh (GOB) is committed ...
  • Dewan, Sk. Moinul Haque; Al-Masud, Md. Nuruddin; Alam, Md. Iftakhar (East West University, 2012-12-01)
    In order to fulfill the partial requirements of B.Sc in EEE, we have chosen the Industrial attachment or internship. We have done our internship at Ashuganj Power Station Company Ltd (APSCL). Our major area is Power. So ...
  • Chowdhury, Humayra; Afroz, Tuhin; Authaye, Subeh Us Sama (East West University, 2012-01-11)
    The power sector in Bangladesh is going through numerous problems characterized by lack of supply capacity, frequent power cuts, unacceptable quality of supply, and poor financial and operational performance of the sector ...
  • Shamim, Shekh; Islam, Md. Saidul; Arafat, Shayam (East West University, 2012-06-07)
    Electricity has been the foundation of economic growth of a country, and constitutes one of the vital infra-structural inputs in socio- economic development. Bangladesh's energy infrastructure is quite small, insufficient ...
  • Sadique, Md. Ashraf; Ferdous, Farhana (East West University, 2014-01-12)
    We have accomplished our undergraduate internship in Energypac Power Generation Ltd. (EPGL). We worked in EPGL head office, G3 workshop at Tejgaon, Dhaka and G4 workshop at Vogra, Gazipur and their different projects. ...
  • Khan, Fahmida Repa; Afroz, Fahima (East West University, 2012-09-01)
    The UMTS (Universal mobile telecom system) represents 3rd generation (3G) standard for cellular system. It is based on the existing Global system for mobile (GSM) communication core network (CN) but opted for a totally new ...
  • Chisim, Jenifer Jue; Akter, Shafin; Akter, Nasrin (East West University, 2012-09-07)
    As a part of the requirement of B.Sc in Electrical Electronic and Engineering, we went through the procedure of electricity production, distribution and transmission system of Bangladesh in the following internship report. ...
  • Lailun Nahar; Ruthi, Sameha Zaman (East West University, 2013-08-14)
    The increasing demand for wireless communication introduces efficient spectrum utilization challenges. Cognitive radio has emerged as the key technology to address this challenge which enables opportunistic access to the ...
  • Islam, Md. Saiful; Chowdhury, Md. Mushfiqul Arefin (East West University, 2012-01-21)
    To fulfill the requirements to be a B.Sc. Engineer from East West University, we have chosen Industrial training (EEE-499). We did our internship at Dhaka Palli Bidyut Samity-01(DPBS-01) at Savar, Dhaka. Our internship ...
  • Ahmed, MD. Sharif (East West University, 2013-01-01)
    The power sector of Bangladesh have faced numerous problems characterized by lack of supply capacity, frequent power cuts, unacceptable quality of supply and poor financial and operational performance of the sector entities. ...
  • Pinkey, Rifat Nigar; Tasnim, Shams Zinat (East West University, 2013-08-02)
    We investigate the effect of bias polarity on the DC electrical characteristics of p-type silicon nanowires and its effect on the gate sensitivity for possible application as biosensors. A 75 nm thick nanowire with doping ...
  • Jaman, Ahamed; Hassan, S. M. Fairus (East West University, 2013-05-01)
    Recently accumulation mode silicon nanowire transistors are in interest due to their near ideal subthreshold slope, large on state current and excellent DIBL. These transistors can be realized even without any dedicated ...
  • Hossain, Md. Delowar (East West University, 2013-06-13)
    CMOS compatible ion implanted vertical MOSFET has been recently demonstrated as a viable route for improving RF performance of matured CMOS technology. Unlike planar MOSFETs, in this type of devices heavily doped and ...
  • Mustafa; Imam, Said (East West University, 2012-08-01)
    Impact of Quantum Mechanical correction in surface potential based compact model on the drain current of UTB SOI MOSFET is studied here. Drain current of FD SOI MOSFET is also observed here. As surface potential based ...
  • Shams, Md. Makhdum Elahi Mashravi; Shawon, Mehrab Jamil; Baidya, Suprava (East West University, 2009-08-31)
    A simple gateway capacitance- voltage model for MOS devices with semi-classical method proposed. Quintana mechanical QM effects are neglected in the model. In this model effect of interface trap charges are included. The ...
  • Chowdhury, Shamsul Arifin; Rana, Mahmudur Rahman; Ahmed, Arif (East West University, 2012-09-07)
    Bangladesh is a densely populated country. Load-shedding is one of the major problems of our country. Now a day, the maximum power demand is almost 4500 MW to 5600 MW and it will rise to 7000 MW in few years. But our power ...
  • Andrews, Christer; Kakon, Jannatul Ferdous (East West University, 2012-08-01)
    A wireless adhoc network is a new archetype in wireless communication which doesn‟t require any fixed infrastructure such as base stations or mobile switching centre. Reducing interference is one of the main challenges in ...

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