Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Telecommunication


AN IOT BASED COMMUNICATION SYSTEM FOR DEAF AND DUMB PEOPLE

K. KAUSALYA; PALLAVI DUTTA; S. SHEELA

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 2687-2694

Dissemination of handheld systems, binary technologies and branch of communication suppliers and organization structure greatly assists on modes of medium and activities among members everywhere the globe. This Revolution in modes of medium could provide a good chance for those that use supportive systems because of some sorts of incapacity, but it had become a binary severe barrier at an equivalent space-time. Supportive systems provides individuals with dysfunctions is a action gadget to boost their involvement, incorporation, and self-rule, in particular for individuals with dysfunctions that involve additional senses, such as deaf-dumb, that is that the combination of dumb and deaf. Sign Language has become a medium of communication with dumb persons. Gesture dialect are employed by dysfunctions individuals to speak among them however those Gesture dialect vary from country to country as yank signing, Britain signing, Chinese signing etc. The proposed system has supported Indian gesture languages. The challenge here involves many cases:
(i) initial case could be a handicapped person sometimes
doesn’t speak so as a deaf man to listen to him/her;
(ii) second case is once a deaf man speaks another deaf
person cannot hear;
(iii)third case is once a dumb person makes signing a
deaf man cannot understand them.
Thus, this paper presents a study on multi-modal interfaces, problems and issues for establishing communication and interaction between dumb and deaf persons through sign languages and hand gestures using IOT.

DETERMINING CUSTOMER EXPECTANCY IN MALAYSIA ON CELLULAR SERVICES

Mohd Faizun Mohamad Yazid; Aeshah Mohd Ali; Sanusi Abdul Manaf

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 4143-4149

This study focuses on the customer experience of Malaysia's performance of telecommunications services. The penetration rate in Malaysia has gone over 100 percent, meaning that every person in Malaysia has at least one account registered with the provider of telecommunications. The telecommunications industry rivalry has become fierce because there is a small market between players in the industry. This study using a questionnaire to gather data through random sampling. The analysis used a quantitative approach. Using SmartPLS analysis, one hundred and fifty available respondents were given. The findings show that consumers are more concerned with the service's quality and confidence than with the brand's picture and price. Consumer loyalty was not influenced by brand image and price. One of the critical factors is that for almost identical coverage areas, the services and packages offered are around the same price ranges. For their ongoing long-term strategy, the service supplier would use the result.