The ROZEE Jobs App.
NOTE: Do not upload any image that violates our Picture Policy. Doing so will result in the removal of the concerned image without prior notification.
Note:Microsoft Internet Explorer restricts the images to be uploaded one by one. To upload multiple images at the same time please use other browser.
I am versatile, analytical and hard-working professional with a practical hands-on approach who always perseveres to achieve the best result. Able to collect and analyze information, digest facts and quickly grasp complex technical issues. Excellent negotiation and problem solving skills and swiftly identifies the root of any problem and develops an effective solutions. Proven ability to manage and complete projects to the highest standard, with a meticulous attention to details and within agreed deadlines.
Strategically manage diverse technical complaints and queries of corporate clients regarding internet access technologies (i.e. DSL, VSAT, Fiber, WiMAX, GPON and RF) and domain hosting.
• Involves in all direct activities to resolve hardware, software and Technical problems of corporate customers in a timely and accurate fashion.
• Visit at customer end, if it is necessary for the satisfaction of client & rectification of issue.
Stability and lifetime of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) mainly depend on energy of each node in the network. Hence, it is necessary for a WSN to be energy efferent. There are different methods to preserve energy in WSNs and clustering is one of those methods. Clustering techniques divide whole network into small blocks, each having a managing node, called cluster head (CH) and rest of the nodes within that block act as members. In this paper, we propose a distributed clustering scheme, called Modified VIKOR model based Clustering (MVC) protocol. This technique uses multiple criteria i.e. residual energy, node degree, distance to the base station and average distance between a node and its neighbors, to select a cluster head. Each node shares those parameters within its transmission range and decides which CH is suitable within that region. Modified VIKOR method is used to outrank the potential nodes as CHs by considering the conflicting criteria. The realistic multi-hoping communication model is used in both, inter-cluster and intra-cluster communication, instead of single hop as in previous schemes. Simulation results show that our purposed technique performs much better than those previous methods in terms of energy efficiency, network life time, less CH deformation and control overhead.
An energy efficient routing protocol is the major attentiveness for researcher in field of Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). In this paper, we present some energy efficient hierarchical routing protocols, prosper from conventional Low Energy Adaptive Clustering Hierarchy (LEACH) routing protocol. Fundamental objective of our consideration is to analyze, how these ex- tended routing protocols work in order to optimize lifetime of network nodes and how quality of routing protocols is improved for WSNs. Furthermore, this paper also emphasizes on some issues experienced by LEACH and also explains how these issues are tackled by other enhanced routing protocols from classical LEACH. We analytically compare the features and performance issues of each hierarchical routing protocol. We also simulate selected clustering routing protocols for our study in order to elaborate the enhancement achieved by ameliorate routing protocols.
Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs), with growing applications in the environment which are not within human reach have been addressed tremendously in the recent past. For optimized working of network many routing algorithms have been proposed, mainly focusing energy efﬁciency, network lifetime, clustering processes. Considering homogeneity of network, we proposed Energy Efﬁcient Sleep Awake Aware (EESAA) intelligent routing protocol for WSNs. In our proposed technique we evaluate and enhance certain issues like network stability, network lifetime and cluster head selection process. Utilizing the concept of characteristical pairing among sensor nodes energy utilization is optimized. Simulation results show that our proposed protocolniﬁcantly improved the network parameters and can be a useful approach for WSNs