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College of Electrical & Mechanical Engineering  (CEME)
 
Department of Computer Engineering Research Groups

Emerging Technologies Research Lab

Emerging technologies is a platform to nurture multifaceted research and development activity. The Research lab is established with the vision to promote R & D activity, equip students with professional skills and develop research aptitude amongst students through internships, research assistantship etc. In this regards Workshops and Seminars will also be conducted on regular basis alongside R & D activity.
The group is headed by Dr. Usman Akram. Following are its members
  • Mr. Sajid Gul
  • Mr. Saqib Awan
 
Capability
The group has amassed experts in the following domains:
  • Software Engineering
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Networks
  • Signal & Image processing
  • Embedded System
  • Digital System Design
  • Artificial Intelligence
Research and development in the above mentioned fields is one of the aims of the group.
For queries drop an email at: emergingtechrlab@gmail.com .

 

Data Mining and Health Sciences Research Group (DMHCR)

Group leader: Dr Usman Qamar
This research group focuses on three main areas of research: data mining, decision sciences, and health informatics.
Data mining provides a set of techniques to unearth such patterns. The data mining researchers within the school have developed a methodology for using a range of procedures to deliver patterns of an appropriate standard and quality for management. Members of the group have also developed sophisticated techniques for data mining including novel approaches to rule induction, time series analysis, clustering and ensemble techniques. These techniques are rooted in artificial intelligence, information theory and statistics.
In recent years, world-wide interest in Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (KDD) has soared. The idea that databases can be mined for interesting patterns has appealed to a wide range of organisations. Typical KDD projects may investigate customer behaviour, plan direct marketing, detect fraudulent activity or identify machine faults.
Members of the laboratory have made significant contributions in techniques for data mining and KDD, in particular:
  • KDD Methodologies for natural languages (Miss Naizish Asad);
  • Use of meta heuristics for rule and tree induction (Dr Usman Qamar, Miss Sadaf Rubab);
  • All-rule induction for Twitter (Mr Jahanzeb Malik, Mr Imran Ali);
  • Clustering techniques for categorical data (Mr Bilal Ahmed);
  • Feature subset selection (Miss Hina Anwar, Dr Usman Qamar).
 
Dr Usman Qamar is currently involved in a project for creation of National Respiratory System, first of its kind in Pakistan, with the aim of classifying and identifying cardiac related patterns in relation with the necessary demographics to point out the susceptibilities of the general population on potential heart problems.
The group has access to a range of sophisticated data mining software.
Capability
DMHCR can provide expertise in the development and application of intelligent decision-making and decision support systems in many areas, including:
  • Mining of knowledge from large data sources, including text documents and data streams
  • Retrieval of relevant documents and images from large collections
  • Clustering and unsupervised learning
  • Decision support technologies for reasoning communities
  • Ripple-down rules
  • Reinforcement learning
  • Feature Selection
The group contact details are
Dr Usman Qamar, Data Mining and Health Sciences Research Group, College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering (E&ME), Peshawar Road, National Universities of Sciences and Technology (NUST).Email: usmanq@ceme.nust.edu.pk
 

 BIOmetrics, Medical Image and Signal Analysis Research Group (BIOMISA)

Group Leader: Dr. M. Usman Akram
BIOmetrics, Medical Image and Signal Analysis research group pursues research on the development of new algorithms for biometrics and computer aided diagnostic (CAD) systems for medical applications using state of the art image/signal processing, pattern recognition and machine learning techniques. Basic aim is to facilitate UG and PG students for their projects and research thesis.
 1.     Biometrics: Biometric authentication refers to the identification of humans by their characteristics or traits. Biometrics is used in computer science as a form of identification and access control. We have done research on fingerprint recognition, retinal recognition and ear recognition. We are currently doing more work on retinal recognition. So interested students are also welcome. In future we will also work on palm print recognition, hand vein recognition and foot print recognition.
2.       Medical Image/Signal  Analysis: New research in the field of medical and biological image/signal analysis, with special emphasis on efforts to diagnose various diseases by automated systems is the main aim of this group. We have done work on liver CT segmentation, lung nodule detection, fusion of cardiac CT images and Thallium scan and lastly Retinal Image Analysis. We are currently doing more work on Diabetic retinopathy, diabetic Maculopathy, Glaucoma, Age related macular degeneration, OCT analysis for retinal diseases.
More details about the group and Dr. Usman Akram can be found at
 
 
Project Title:
Design and fabrication of quadcopter
Group Members:
Ns Ammara Kazmi
Ns Anum Kibria
Gc Tauha Hussain
Gc Usman Bin Masroor
Project Supervisor:
Dr Shoab Ahmed Khan
Industrial Significance
Surveillance and security purpose
Project Abstract:
Security issues of Pakistan are at its peak these days, as it has vast, insecure and expanded borders on both east and west shared with Afghanistan and India. This project is of great interest for Pakistan Army. They defend against terrorist attacks, drug smuggling and other illegal activities at the border.
The aim of our project is to create an aerial Quadcopter that can hover around suspected areas and report suspicious findings through a wireless network. Quadcopter also termed as Quadrotor helicopter, UAV(Unmanned Aerial Vehicle) or Drone is an air craft that is lifted and propelled by four rotors. With the help of a camera attached to the board it can provide us with a bird’s eye view that it would see during its flight. The Drone is based on a client server model, where Drone itself is a server and is controlled by laptop (client). The communication medium is a WIFI Adhoc connection.
According to our vision, several hundreds of copters monitoring and surveying the border would cause a drastic decrease in man power, government resources and budgets needed to run such an operation.
 
Project Title:
Swarms, The next Robotic Humans
 
Group Members:
Zabeel Bashir
Sidra Nadeem
Asim Khalid
Project Supervisor:
Dr. Shoab Ahmad Khan
 
Industrial Significance
Robotics industry and Artificial intelligence
Project Abstract:
 
 
Project Title:
Cross smartphone platform gaming framework
 
Group Members:
Aamir Abro
Waqas Sajid
Bilal Tariq
Afrasyab Khan
Project Supervisor:
Dr Farooque Azam
Industrial Significance
Gaming and smart phone applications
Project Abstract:
Mobile phones are unquestionably the gaming platform of the future. Smart phones are becoming accessible to all, and we are really excited to offer a true multi-platform, multiplayer social mobile gaming experience through our Cross Smartphone Platform Gaming Framework. This Framework will allow users from different Smartphone platform to play games together on wifi or Bluetooth.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Project Title:
Location based augmented reality android application
 
Group Members:
Saim Bin Abdul Khaliq
Usama Bin Abdur Rub
Raja Omer Shabbir
Project Supervisor:
 
Industrial Significance
Security purpose
Project Abstract:
An “Android” based application that uses the “Location Based Augmented Reality”.
Using Android GPS, the application will be location aware. It will keep track of the user location in real time. Whenever user will point the phone in any direction, application will be updating its camera view by displaying the label tags with additional information of all the buildings and places that were tagged in that respective direction. Label tags and information for different places will be extracted from a database. All the information of the user’s location is augmented onto the user’s reality in this case the live camera feed.
 
Project Title:
Robocup Small Size league
Group Members:
Makhdoom Syed Muhammad Baqir
Asad Talib
Sardar Adnan Nawaz Khan
Foaud Alam
Project Supervisor:
Dr. Shoab Ahmad Khan
 
Industrial Significance
Robotics industry and Artificial intelligence
Project Abstract:
The concept is to make robots which are used to play football. For that Competition there are 5 robots in each team, and there are four categories and we are working on robocup Small Size league. The main aim of development of this thing is to introduce automation of several mechanical parts integrated with artificial intelligence. There are 2 main parts of this project, hardware and software, students from electrical department are dealing with hardware part, and we are working with the software part. We will be using path finding techniques to map the best possible path and developing the strategy. The environment is dynamic so the strategy will be changed depending on the moves of opponent robots and our respective strategy.
 
Project Title:
GPU accelerated motion detection & tracking
 
Group Members:
Syed Ghazanfar Abbas Rizvi
Project Supervisor:
Dr. Shoab A Khan
Industrial Significance
Security and surveillance purposes
Project Abstract:
In a typical video surveillance setup, tens of CCTV cameras are used for visual coverage of a location. Currently, these video streams are analyzed manually by operators, which is prone to error. Automated analysis of video streams is constrained by the amount of computational resource requirement. A heterogeneous implementation where we use CPUs and GPUs together is the solution. I will develop a Motion Detection and Object Tracking modules for this heterogeneous platform which will deliver magnitudes performance increase and also reduce the overall computational resource requirement and hence the cost of the system. This demo “Vision Server” will be interfaced with 3-4 cameras and real-time performance will be demonstrated for the connected video streams.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Project Title:
Voip protocol analyzer
Group Members:
Gc Muhammad baqir naqvi
Ns Hasan azib
Ns Zargham khan
Pc Asmatullah
Project Supervisor:
Dr. Shoab A Khan
Industrial Significance
Communication and internet
Project Abstract:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Project Title:
Crowd behavior detection
Group Members:
Amna Majeed
Mehak Tofiq
Project Supervisor:
Dr Shoab A Khan
Industrial Significance
Security and surveillance purpose
Project Abstract:
Nowadays, there is a great risk of security especially at crowded place. Threats like bomb blasts, protests that can have violent public actions resulted in severe damage to different resources is a serious issue. The goal of the project is to deal with these kinds of threats. In this project, the behavior of a crowd is analyzed through a video camera which will be adjusted on a building. It will capture the scene dynamically. First of all, the frames will be extracted from the video one by one. Then from each frame the background is separated from the crowd. On the basis of those frames, the motion vectors will be formed. At the end the Bayesian classifier will classify the crowd as normal or abnormal. The envisaged diverse fields of application of this project may involve: traffic flow measurement of vehicles and pedestrians; athletic and dancing performance evaluation; public, private, and military security, and so on.
 
Project Title:
LINK 16 protocol (Network and datalink layer)
Group Members:
Ns Muhamamd Haris
Ns Adnan Saghir
Ns Murataza hassan
Ns Khurram Ali
Project Supervisor:
Dr. Shoab A Khan
Industrial Significance
Communication and security
Project Abstract:
Link 16 is a standardized communications link for the transmission and exchange of real time tactical data among network participants (also known as TADIL J). Link 16 uses TDMA to provide multiple, simultaneous communication paths through different nets. Link 16 is a military radio system for the distribution of information, position location and identification between different military elements, such as aircrafts, ships and radar systems. A communication net is set up between these elements to distribute the information. Compared to other communications link waveforms, Link 16 improves security, improves jam resistance, improves situational awareness increases data throughput, increases capacity of information exchanged, and provides secure voice capability, relative navigation capability, and precise participant location and identification. Link 16 is the language used on JIDS to send messages. There are messages defined for network management, command and control, weapons control and management. These messages include surveillance on land, in the air and in water (surface and sub-surface), battle management, electronic warfare, weapons control (e.g. Missiles and unmanned aircrafts), video, voice, free-text and network management.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Project Title:
To develop a terminal (transceiver) based on link 16 protocol using TDM, that can communicate between two mobile sources having transceivers
Group Members:
Waleed Mazhar Abbasi
Mehran Ali
Ahmed Khawaja
Muhammad Abdullah Zahid
Project Supervisor:
Dr. Shoab A Khan
Industrial Significance
Communication and security
Project Abstract:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Project Title:
Speaker Recognition using Parallel Processing
 
Group Members:
Amsal Naeem
Raheel Mumtaz
Tahreem Khalid
 
Project Supervisor:
Dr. Shoab A Khan
Industrial Significance
Robotics and Artificial Intelligence
Project Abstract:
We are implementing speaker recognition on real time telephone lines through parallel processing on computer cluster. A database approach is utilized for detection of specific person as a comparison with already saved data. We will be using HADOOP clusters for parallel processing. Major applications include site access, credit card authorization, secure phone access to banking, database services, and access to secure equipment etc.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Project Title:
Timing synchronization based CPM
Group Members:
Fatima Badar
Aysha Mahmood
Project Supervisor:
Dr Shoab A Khan
Lec Sajid Gul Khawaja
Industrial Significance
Telecommunication and mobile industry
Project Abstract:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Project Title:
Improved Simulator for RPG-7
 
Group Members:
Abdul Waheed Khan
Asad Ishtiaq Butt
Muhammad Abbas
Mashab Ali Javed
Project Supervisor:
Dr. Farooque Azam/Lec Yasir Jan
Industrial Significance
Security purpose
Project Abstract:
Pakistan is amongst the countries which widely use RPG-7 for anti-tank purposes. The goal of the project is to reduce the training cost. A comparatively simpler version of the simulator was designed by a senior degree. We attempted to bring improvements to match the simulator to the real life experience.
1- Use of laser restricted only for calculation of results by capturing the red dot in the image, not to lock the target which was an unreal feature of previous version of simulator.
2-Target will appear from different directions.
3- User controlled speed and distance of tank.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Project Title:
Remote access to FPGA
 
Group Members:
Sidra Rashid
Ummamah marium
Farheen nisar
Project Supervisor:
Dr. Shoab A Khan
 
Industrial Significance
 
Project Abstract:
The project is to develop a new remote laboratory for engineering students. This lab will be helpful for students and researchers who want to test their designs on FPGA. The aim of this project is to develop remote lab in College of EME,NUST and to make a more efficient use of lab resources over the internet. Students can test their designs on FGPA independent of time constraint.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Project Title:
Computer Based Hardware Simulator of Skyguard Radar
 
Group Members:
Mohammad Azam Tariq
Asim Anwaar
Project Supervisor:
Dr. Farooque Azam
Industrial Significance
Security purpose
Project Abstract:
There is limited life for usage of every part of radar based upon the usage of that part. Every individual part of radar is very expensive. To overcome this problem, computer based simulator is made. We will work on hardware based simulator integrated with computer based simulator. This simulator will almost be similar to the actual radar simulator providing the same environment to the trainees as in actual radar. Our main emphasis is the Interfacing between Hardware Panel of the Radar simulator and CPU.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Project Title:
Voice Controlled Translator & Operator (votrans)
 
Group Members:
Usman Sajid
 
Project Supervisor:
Dr Shoab A. Khan
Industrial Significance
Telecommunication and internet
Project Abstract:
Cross-cultural interaction is affected by the issues related to verbal communication due to very little or no understanding of each other’s spoken languages. Voice controlled translator and operator (votrans) is a voice controlled device meant to provide the continuous real time speech recognition and language(s) translation functionality so that two or more users can interact with each other (with the device acting as the interpreter). Single board computer (SBC) will be used for the processing due to its features of portability and optimization so that user would be able to use it almost anywhere e.g. Airports, conferences, offices and universities. Mostly Microsoft based tools will be used in the software implementation phase. Built-in LAN functionality of SBC will be utilized to carry out two way communication. Votrans can also be used for a group conversation in which a user can speak to more than one user. Translated text will be available on the touch screen as well as in the headphones using TTS (Text to Speech) .In addition to that, the basic commands or functions of its operating system can be operated verbally using the votrans’s additional software module. Votrans would remove the barriers created by different languages and would be a valuable product in the field of communication.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Project Title:
Controlling computer system at remote location through mobile via sms
 
Group Members:
Ali Asif
Asif Ali
Muhammad Hassaan
Shah Rukh Malik
 
Project Supervisor:
Dr Shoab A. Khan
 
Industrial Significance
Communication industry
Project Abstract:
For using or giving commands to the computer, physical presence is mandatory. Using CCVSMS, computer can be controlled from anywhere using mobile phone just by sending SMS. Main target of our project is to control computer remotely or wirelessly through SMS. For example, if you left the office and you recall that you forgot to shutdown the PC, you don’t have to rush back or call someone else to do this job. Rather you can control your PC by sending SMS with the shutdown command from your mobile. It is certainly convenient and saves a lot of time. The most outstanding features of the system are stand by, reboot, lock computer, file transfer, execute a file, print, download [url], remote chat and shutdown. Future recommendations of the project are locate position of mobile via GPS, switching from text commands to voice commands and update in database of computer when a new contact is added in the mobile phone.
 
 
 
 
Project Title:
Facial based automatic attendance system
Group Members:
NS Azizullah Memon
NS Ghulam Akbar
NS Muhammad Shakeel
NS Teerath Das
Project Supervisor:
Dr Shoab A. Khan
Industrial Significance
Artificial intelligence
Project Abstract:
Facial Recognition system is a field of identifying a person from a facial database or from a live camera source specially used in security systems. The aim of this project is to provide an automated system where attendance of any institute or an organization will be done by using face recognition techniques within less time and efficiently. This system is going to be designed for automated attendance system using face recognition. This system takes input from a live camera (stationary or video) and will detect the faces from that image using various computer vision libraries such as opencv, emgu etc. The detected faces will be recognized from data base using eigen faces technique. On the basis of recognized images the attendance of the class will be marked.
 
 
 
 
Project Title:
Cognitive Surveillance System using Proximity sensors & PTZ IP Cameras
 
Group Members:
Mavera Mazhar Butt
Maria Khanum Bhatti
 
Project Supervisor:
Dr. Shoab A. Khan
Industrial Significance
Surveillance and security purpose
Project Abstract:
Security threats these days have reached an alarming level, due to which there is a need of installation of robust and the most efficient surveillance systems in the country. To help ensure the best possible security over a particularly larger tract, a surveillance system with embedded proximity sensors and PTZ (Pan, Tilt & Zoom) IP cameras is designed. The system will make use of specialized proximity sensors which consume low power and cover a wider area, and based on the data (signals) provided by them, the central computer system will activate the PTZ cameras to lock the target. This technology is proficient as the speed of this special camera can be varied, it can pan (move left & right), tilt (move up & down) and zoom in, and capture key information that can be used to help in loss prevention. Tour functions can be programmed into the PTZ camera, enabling it to focus on a different door, window, parking area etc. For a minute’s interval, and repeating this tour over and over again.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Project Title:
Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiple Access(OFDMA) on SDR
Group Members:
M.Talha Aftab
M.Zain Haider
Zohair Zahid
Omer Zia
Project Supervisor:
 
Industrial Significance
Telecommunication and mobile
Project Abstract:
The goal of this project is to study the workings of OFDMA, by first understanding the concept of OFDM; then using that understanding to implement the modulation for multiple users on a MATLAB module. This will be done using a suitable algorithm of carrier allocation. After the MATLAB module is perfected, it will be converted to code which can be run on SDRs. The scope of the project also allows for the study of further techniques in how OFDMA can be optimized.
 
Project Title:
Fast frequency hopping for Anti-jamming
 
Group Members:
Nauman ahmed
M. Majid sharif
Shahid rasool
Tanesh Kumar
Project Supervisor:
 
Industrial Significance
Communication industry
Project Abstract:
Fast frequency hopping is the method of transmitting signals that has many advantages over fixed frequency transmission. One of its major advantages is that it can be used for the purpose of anti-jamming. As in fixed frequency transmission signals can be jammed by adding noise to the signals. In fast frequency hopping, transmitter generates pseudorandom sequence of frequencies and it sends the signal over the channel. Receiver is synchronized by this pseudorandom sequence. The narrow frequency bands are generated by this method. Small bits of data are sent in the narrow band. Transmitter turns to another frequency and so on.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Project Title:
NOC (network on chip) based system controller
 
Group Members:
Umer Hayat Khan
Hikmatullah
Idrees Ahmad
Jawad Ali Khan
Project Supervisor:
Lec. Sajid Gul Khawaja
 
Industrial Significance
Communication industry
Project Abstract:
Network-on-chip (NoC) is generally regarded as the most promising solution for the future on-chip communication scheme in giga-scale integrated circuits. The main objective of the project is to install and communicate peripheral interfaces with Network-On-Chip (NoC) architectures. The design of this NoC based controller is to pass data from source device to destination device. The main peripheral devices are USB (USB 1.0, 2.0),VGA and ETHERNET. Implementation of this framework is on the FPGA and developing a user interface is one of the main deliverables of this project.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Project Title:
Analyzing popular discussions on social media
Group Members:
Ali Shahbaz
Mashab Ali Javed
Jahanzeb Khan
Ali Liaqat
Project Supervisor:
Dr. Ali Mustafa Qamar
Industrial Significance
Social networks and media
 
Project Abstract:
During the recent years, social networking sites such as Twitter (a micro blogging site) have gained immense popularity as a means for communication. Twitter allows users to post short text messages, also known as tweets, up to a maximum of 140 characters. It resembles SMS (Short Message Service) in significant ways: short message lengths, use of abbreviations, and capability of communicating with numerous recipients easily. An important behavioral element of a short text messaging network is that of popular discussions. These are the discussion threads or topics that involve a large number of messages and users over a short time period. Twitter has also gained popularity among the research circles and people have tried to analyze the Twitter data to perform different tasks like sentiment analysis and opinion mining [Pak and Paroubek], future prediction (revenue prediction for a movie, etc) [Asur and Huberman], classification of tweets [Sriram et al.]. The aim of this project is to analyze Twitter data (can be retrieved using Twitter API) and develop models for predicting popular discussions. We intend to utilize the message content as well as the network information in our models.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Project Title:
IPV-6 10 Gbps Router Implemented on NETFPGA
 
Group Members:
NS-Muhammad Salman
NS-Shahi Dost
NS-Fazli Rabi
NS-Imran Ali
Project Supervisor:
Lec. Sajid Gul Khawaja
 
Industrial Significance
Communication industry
Project Abstract:
In computer networks, data is sent in the form of packets. Routers are used to forward the packets from one network to the other. Since router`s processing is limited, so unsurprisingly packets have to spend a lot of time in router`s queue with the possibility of packet being dropped as well. To increase the processing time router was enhanced to 20Gbps with ipv4. Now we are going to implement the already enhanced router (20Gbps) with ipv6. As the number of users of internet is growing day by day and ipv4 is going to obsolete so that’s why it is necessary to implement it on ipv4. Another issue of ipv4 is that it is less secure than ipv6.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Project Title:
Flash OFDM
Group Members:
Subhan Bashir
Saqib Ejaz Awan
Shoaib Hashmi
 
Project Supervisor:
Lec. Sajid Gul Khawaja
 
Industrial Significance
 
Project Abstract:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Project Title:
PEERCLOUD: A scalable multi-tenant cloud based framework for ERP systems
Group Members:
Kush Kella
Shaneeb Kamran
Khushnood Qadir
 
Project Supervisor:
Lec. Wasi Haider Butt
Industrial Significance
Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
 
Project Abstract:
Recent adoption of ERP systems by small to medium scale organizations where traditional solutions such as those offered by SAP and other companies fail due to budget, deployment and maintenance constraints, have given rise to various concerns. In situations such as these low maintenance software are required to serve for user needs. Moreover, shift to the cloud computing paradigm has enabled users to procure software as a service (SaaS) deployed on cloud servers that maintain both computation and data storage required by the application.
The two trends provide strong foundation for our project “PEERCLOUD: A scalable multi-tenant cloud based framework for ERP systems”. In this project we intend to develop a flexible ERP framework featuring multi-tenancy, customizable data models and application development. The target framework once deployed on cloud will cater for users needs by providing services in form of integrated applications based on data models and business logic designs.
We intend to build this application using JAVA and GROOVY, keeping in mind the efficiency requirements of the framework. Scalability of data storage will be an important aspect of the framework design because of the need to serve a large number of clients i.e. Massive scalability. In order to meet this requirement we intend to use scalable database solution such as mongodb or Apache couchdb.
On completion of the project we intend to achieve a scalable and customizable ERP solution hosted on cloud requiring zero maintenance on client side. It will cater for client needs by providing flexible services making use of basic features of the framework.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Project Title:
Hardware implementation of LDPC codes
Group Members:
Sikander
Rafeh
Nadeem
Qasim
 
Project Supervisor:
Lec. Sajid Gul Khawaja