Transforming the well-being of the bottom billion through innovations in electrical and electronic engineering and technology

Aim and Scope

The main aim of ELEKTROPIKA is to publish research and development works in electrical and electronic engineering and technology that improve the livelihood of the under‐privileged and deprived communities. ELEKTROPIKA solicits papers related to sustainable endeavours that contribute to theoretical advancements and practical solutions in the general field of electrical and electronic engineering and technology; undertaking issues in social, economy, environment, healthcare, etc. faced by the bottom billion, especially in the tropical region.

The scope of the publications is extensive, accommodating topics on theory, modeling, design and analysis in areas which include, but are not limited to: robotics, vision and signal processing, telecommunications and wireless technology, control systems, artificial intelligence, data processing, power, electronics and CAD and manufacturing. Concept or Application is affiliated to the needs of the masses in the domain of biomedical system, agriculture, poverty, people and resource management, CQI, techno‐economics, transportation, education and calamity.

Current Issue (Volume 3, December 2013)

Volume 3, December 2013

Volume 3, December 2013

List of Articles

  1. Variability Analysis and Modeling of The Crosstalk Effects on The Low‐Swing Signaling Scheme using DOE Approach (Nor Muzlifah Mahyuddin and Gordon Russell) – (Full text in pdf)
  2. Over/Under‐Exposed Image Compensation Technique for Real‐Time Video Surveillance System
    (Mohd Firdaus Zakaria, Shahrel Azmin Suandi and Haidi Ibrahim) – (Full text in pdf)
  3. Analysis and Simulation of Photo Voltaic Cell based Bidirectional Zero Voltage Switching DC‐DC Converter Fed Split Phase Induction Motor
    (V. L. N. Sastry and N. Venkata Ramana) – (Full text in pdf)
  4. Oil Palm Fruit Ripeness Detection Kit for Harvesting Decision
    (Pheng Zhi Heng, Zaini Abdul Halim, Junita Mohamad Saleh and Haidi Ibrahim) – (Full text in pdf)