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Novel Optical Flocculation Approach for Chemical Contaminations in the Water Treatment Using Micro/Nano Polymeric Beads

Amir R Ali Amal S Tourky and Roushdy A Ali

Abstract

The optogenetic is a biological technique that involves the use of light to control cells in living tissue, typically neurons that have been genetically modified to express light-sensitive ion channels. In this paper, we exploit the use of the optogenetic to create a novel approach for water treatment and purification using a nano charged dielectric polymeric beads. In this approach, the beads will be coated with a photosensitive protein called channelrhodopsin.

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Development of Whispering Gallery Mode Polymeric Micro-optical Sensors to Detect Chemical Impurities in Water Environment

Amir R Ali

Abstract

In this paper, we develop dielectric micro-optical sensors based on Whispering Gallery Mode Phenomenon (WGM) for monitoring of chemical impurities in contaminated drinking water environments. Some sort of chemical impurities could be toxic and carcinogenic to humans and animals.

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REVIEW ARTICLE 

Calibration of Estimated BER from Error Vector Magnitude with Carrier Phase Recovery

Irshaad Fatadin

Abstract

This paper presents the estimation of bit error ratio (BER) from error vector magnitude (EVM) for the quadrature phase shift keying (QPSK) modulation format with the Viterbi & Viterbi algorithm and differential decoding to compensate for laser phase noise.

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