MJCET revives Sir J C Bose experiment
MJCET revives Sir J C Bose experiment. Professor Khadeer, Head of Department Physics at Muffakham Jah College of Engineering and Technology (MJCET)...
Professor Khadeer, Head of Department Physics at Muffakham Jah College of Engineering and Technology (MJCET) and his team of professors successfully created the working model replica of Sir J C Bose millimetre waves experiment in December 2013.
Disclosing the success of challenging feat, Khan Lateef Khan, Chairman SUES and Zafar Javeed Secretary of SUES unveiled the portrait of Sir J C Bose before demonstrating the experiment. “Reviving a technology built hundred years ago yet 100 years ahead of its time was not easy but with consistent determination and continued efforts we could build it to laudable accuracy and maximum precision,” said Khadeer - the architect of the experiment.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers commissioned the challenging responsibility of recreating this experiment to MJCET in September 2012 and expressed satisfaction.
The model has received favourable criticism from international scientists at the recent held International Conference on Fundamental Physics and have been tested for precision and accuracy by various agencies including RCI. A working model replica of the same is also commissioned at Birla Science Planetarium for visiting science aficionados.
The technology pioneered by Sir J C Bose has diverse applications even today. In fact, it finds application in the unlicensed 5G band for communication network for transferring large amounts of data.