IIEST, Shibpur

Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology, Shibpur

(Formerly Bengal Engineering and Science University, Shibpur)

Empowering the nation since 1856

Arabinda Roy
Arabinda Roy  Arabinda Roy
Associate Professor,  Electronics & Tele Communications

  • M.E
  • B.E.

 

Contact Addresses
Residence
West Bengal, India
Phone (office) +91 - 33 - 26684561/62/63 Ext. 540
Mobile +91 -
email oruroy@yahoo.co.in / arabinda@telecom.becs.ac.in

 

Research Areas
  • Power Electronics.
  • Microprocessor based system.
  • Signal Processing.

 

Recent Publications
  • A Thyristor control system for A.C. crane, Seminar on Electric Drives and Control System, Institute of Engineers, Jamshedpur, April 16-17, 1982.
  • Noise-limitation of photo detector-amplifier combination for optical communication systems, 11th All India Symposium on optics and opto-electronics, Calcutta, January 22-25, 1983
  • A real-time edge enhancement technique in T.V. imaging system., 11th All India Symposium on optics and opto-electronics, Calcutta, January 22-25, 1983
  • Development of fiber optics data transmission system for mines., Second International Symposium on Instrumentation, Calcutta, December 16-19, 1983
  • R& D and operating experience of Thyristor Chopper Controller for Calcutta Tram., International Conference on Power Electronics and variable speed drives, IEE, London, May 1-4, 1984
  • Automatic control of street lighting by Thyristor controller., European conference on Power Electronics and Applications, Brussels, Belgium, October 16-18, 1985.
  • Energy Conservation Strategies for Electrical Apparatus by Power Electronic Controllers., Journal of Institute of Engineers, Vol-66 pt. IDP-2, 1986.
  • Thyristor Controlled Induction Motor Drive System for Crane., IEEMA Journal, May 1987, pp 21-26, 1987
  • Green’s function of an anisotropic dielectric guide with misaligned optic axis., Journal of Optical Society of America-A, Vol-7, No.-11, November 1990, pp 2075-2080, 1990
  • A method for Tracking Power line frequency with milihertz resolution and High/Low cut-off., Electric Power System Research, Vol-23, pp 239-243.
  • An Arbitary Power-Law Circuit based on Operational Transconductance Amplifiers, IEEE Transaction on Instrumentation and Measurement, Vol-42, pp 948-952, October 1993


Courses Undertaken

 


Department of Electronics & Tele Communications, BESU, Shibpur - 7111 03, INDIA