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Dr. Rambabu Busi

Professor
C.R. Reddy College of Engineering, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Microelectronics from Andhra University, India

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Biography

Dr. Rambabu Busi is working as Associate Professor and Head of Department at Department of EIE Sir.C.R.Reddy College of Engineering India. He obtained his Ph.D. in Microelectronics from Punjab Technical University, Jallandhar, Punjab, India. His main area of interest focuses on Biomedical Sciences, Physical Science Engineering, Macoelectronics and Nanoelectronics, Carbon Nano Tubes. His area of expertise includes Thick films, Resistivity, Nanoelectronics, Biosensors, Resistors, Current Noise Index, Nanotubes, EMG Signals, Polymers, Temparature Coefficent, Ambipolar CNTFET, ECG Signal, Polymer Science, CNTFET, and Biomedical Instrumentation. He has published 13 research articles in journals as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Physical Science Engineering
100%
Thick Films
62%
Nanoelectronics
90%
Biomedical Application
75%
Digital Signal Processing
55%

Research Publications in Numbers

Books
0
Chapters
0
Articles
0
Abstracts
0

Selected Publications

  1. Talam, S., R. Busi, N. Gunnam, P.S. Prasad and V.R. Penugonda, 2019. Preparation and structural characterization of P2O5-CaO-Na2O: CuO glasses. J. Optoelect. Adv. Mater., 21: 530-535.
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  2. Satyanarayana, T., R. Busi and V.N.L. Supraja, 2019. Modeling and simulation of mems based pressure sensor for industrial application. Int. J. Innov. Technol. Exp. Eng., 9: 1739-1743.
  3. Satyanarayana, T., R. Busi and G. Anusha, 2018. Modelling of surface assimilation of water in load lock vacuum system. Int. J. Applied Eng. Res., 13: 9953-9956.
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  4. Satyanarayana, T., G. Anusha, R. Busi, C.H. Reddy and M. Harshada, 2018. Design and modelling of nanorods for display applications. Int. J. Applied Eng. Res., 13: 119-122.
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  5. Busi, R., H. Sudhakar, B. Poornaiah, T. Satyanarayana and Y.S. Rao, 2018. The effect of high voltage impulses on PVC-graphite polymer thick film resistors. Mater. Today: Proc., 5: 20321-20325.
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  6. Subrahamanium, K.V., B. Rambabu, B. Poornaiah and Y.S. Rao, 2017. Microwave interactions in polyvinyl chloride–graphite thick film resistors. J. Act. Pass. Electron. Dev., 12: 131-146.
  7. Rambabu, B., B. Poornaiah, K. Subrahmanium and Y.S. Rao, 2017. Investigation of conduction mechanism in polymer thick film resistors trimmed by multiple high voltage impulse method. J. Active Passive Electr. Devices, 12: 73-87.
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  8. Rambabu, B. and Y.S. Rao, 2015. Universal trimming of polymer thick film resistors. Microelectronics Int., 32: 45-51.
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  9. Rambabu, B. and Y.S. Rao, 2015. The effect of universal trimming method on electrical properties of polymer thick film resistors. J. Environ. Res. Dev., Vol. 9. .
  10. Rambabu, B. and Y.S. Rao, 2015. Multiple High Voltage Pulse Trimming Method (MHVPTM) of polymer thick film resistors. J. Active Passive Elect. Devices, 10: 129-141.
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  11. Rambabu, B. and Y. Srinivasa Rao, 2015. Multiple High Voltage Pulse Trimming Method (MHVPTM) of polymer thick film resistors. J. Active Passive Electron. Devices, 10: 231-238.
  12. Venkatasubrahmanayam, K., B.R. Babu, B. Poornaiah and Y.S. Rao, 2014. The effect of microwave radiation on polyvinyl chloride-graphite thick film resistors. Microelectronics Int., 31: 99-103.
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  13. Subramanium, K.V., B. Rambabu, B. Poornaiahand and Y. Srinivasa Rao, 2014. Microwave Trimming Method (MTM) of polymer thick film resistors. Procedia Mater. Sci., 6: 897-906.
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  14. Subrahamanium, K.V., B. Rambabu, B. Poornaiah and Y.S. Rao, 2014. The effect of microwave radiation on PVC-graphite thick film resistors. J. Microelect. Int., Vol. 31. .
  15. Subrahamanium, K.V., B. Rambabu, B. Poornaiah and Y.S. Rao, 2014. Microwave Trimming Method (MTM) of polymer thick film resistors. Proc. Mater. Sci., 66: 897-906.
  16. Rao, Y.S. and B. Rambabu, 2014. Basic logic gate design using carbon nanotube field effect transistor. Int. J. Applied Infor. Syst. (In Press). .
  17. Rambabu, B., K.V. Subramanium, B. Poornaiah and Y. Srinivasa Rao, 2014. Effect of pulse voltage trimming on different characteristics of polymer thick film resistors. Procedia Mater. Sci., 6: 1083-1090.
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  18. Rambabu, B. and Y. Srinivasa Rao, 2014. Multiple high voltage pulse stressing of polymer thick film resistors. Active Passive Electron. Components. 10.1155/2014/319213.
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  19. Poornaiah, B., B. Rambabu, K.V. Subrahamanium and Y.S. Rao, 2014. Studies on Reliability Characteristics of PVC- Graphite thick film resistors. J. Active Passive Electron. Dev., 9: 289-296.
  20. Poornaiah, B., B. Rambabu, K.V. Subrahmanyam and Y.S. Rao, 2013. Studies on stability characterstics of PVC-graphite thick film resistors. J. Act. Passive Electr. Devices, 8: 231-238.
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  21. Poornaiah, B. B. Rambabu, K.V. Subrahamanium and Y. Srinivasa Rao, 2013. Studies on stability characterstics of PVC-graphite thick film resistors. J. Active Passive Electron. Devices, 8: 231-238.
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  22. Poornaiah, B., B. Rambabu, K.V. Subrahamanium and Y.S. Rao, 2012. Studies on the percentage variation of resistance of PVC-graphite thick film resistors. Int. J. Electr. Signals Syst., 1: 121-124.
  23. Rambabu, B. and Y.S. Rao, 2011. Carbon nanotube field effect transistors: A review. Int. J. Elect. Commun. Technol., Vol. 2. .