M.Tech Projects for Electrical, Electronics & Software Engineering

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One of the well-known engineering programmes is the MTech since it emphasizes innovation and improving upon current technology. It requires you to complete research projects and theses. MTech programmes are advantageous for both students who want to learn more about technology and working professionals who want to further their education in the engineering industry.

The student's professional objectives have the utmost influence on their decision to pursue an MTech. It is preferable to take MTech after BTech if the applicant wishes to further their career in the field of Technology in a particular stream of Engineering.

This article briefs you about what MTech is, why doing MTech projects are so important, MTech project domains, some of the top MTech Final Year Projects done by Takeoff Projects along with the top Projects for MTech Students.

What is MTech (i.e., Master of Technology)?

A postgraduate programme in engineering and technology is called as MTech (i.e., Master of Technology). After completing their BTech programme, students are showing interest in the engineering MTech programme. A wide range of specialities, including computer science, computers, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, automotive engineering, electronics and communications, among others, are also available as MTech degrees.

Why to do MTech Projects?

For some people, getting an MTech could seem like a faraway dream. We both agree that it takes work, money, time, effort, and devotion. However, there are several benefits associated with this degree, and post-graduation is crucial for individuals who want to improve their employment opportunities and pay.

Every student in their final semester will be required to complete a project. This is done to gauge the applicants' level of knowledge in addition to identifying the variety of potential applications for the subject. 

MTech Project Domains

The MTech Projects have a variety of domains depending on the departments. The top MTech domains include:

  • Bigdata

  • Cloud Computing

  • Communication

  • Data mining

  • Digital Image Processing

  • Embedded Systems

  • Information Security

  • Mobile computing

  • Networking

  • Network Security

  • Power Electronics

  • Power Systems

  • VLSI Systems

  • Webservice and

  • Wireless sensor network

Few MTech Final Year Project Topics

This section gives the MTech project ideas for the MTech final year students based on the brief descriptions and explanations about the few MTech final year projects done by the Takeoff Projects.

Data Retention based Low Leakage Power TCAM for Network Packet Routing

The goal of this study is to lessen the leakage power dissipated in the TCAM memory by using a novel state-preserved approach called Data Retention based TCAM (DR-TCAM). Due to its superior lookup performance, the routing table makes extensive use of the Ternary Content Addressable Memory (TCAM). The power consumption of TCAM would be high, nevertheless, due to the high number of transistors. The DR-TCAM may dynamically change the power supply of the mask cells in order to lessen the TCAM leakage power based on the continuous characteristic of the mask data. In particular, the DR-TCAM would prevent the destruction of the mask data.

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Parametric and Functional Degradation Analysis of Complete 14-nm FinFET SRAM

This study examines how ageing affects a full, high-performance industrial 14-nm FinFET SRAM. It examines the effects on the memory's functional (i.e., proper functioning) and parametric (i.e., its latency) metrics. It also looks into how the workload and environmental factors, such as temperature and voltage changes, affect the dependability of the memory and which components are the primary causes of this degradation. The influence of each memory component is examined in this publication independently, as is customary in earlier research, but it also considers how interactions between components affect the overall rate of memory ageing.

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RandShift: An Energy-Efficient Fault-Tolerant Method in Secure Nonvolatile Main Memory

This work presents a straightforward but space- and energy-efficient approach for coping with stuck-at defects in secure-resistive main memory that are brought on by an endurance problem. A large number of memory locations with stuck-at faults might be used in the proposed approach to appropriately store the data by utilising both the random properties of the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES)-encoded encrypted data and a rotational shift operation. The suggested RandShift approach uses a one-time recalculation of the AES encryption for each piece of data sent to the PCM main memory, making it both easy to use and low-energy.

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An Integrated Power Converter-Based Brushless DC Motor Drive System

For operating the brushless dc motors in this project, an integrated power converter with dc bus voltage boosting capabilities is suggested. Through a shared three-switch leg in the architecture, a bidirectional buck/boost dc-dc (BBD) converter may be combined with the three-phase voltage-source inverter (TVSI). One power switch and its associated drive circuits in the BBD converter component can be spared as compared to the conventional TVSI with a front-end BBD converter (TVSIBBD). Thus, the advantages of the integrated power converter include a smaller converter, cheaper system costs, and increased power density. Matlab/Simulink software may be used to assess the simulation results.

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A High-Performance Core Micro-Architecture Based on RISC-V ISA for Low Power Applications

The RISC-V ISA-based high-performance microarchitecture in this project has been suggested. The main objective of many modern and futuristic applications is the design of high-performance computers with very low power requirements. In this article, a unique processor micro-architecture is developed that can meet these specifications. RISC-V Instruction Set Architecture serves as the foundation for this microarchitecture (ISA). The four-step pipeline design of the RISC V that is being suggested here uses extremely simple components to provide the greatest results. This design's dynamic power consumption is superior to that of the ARM Cortex-M3 and Cortex-M4, as well as lower than that of many other designs.

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Joint Path Selection and Rate Allocation Framework for 5G Self-Backhauled mmWave Networks

In this research, a novel system architecture is presented to enhance the downlink transmission by utilising multiple antenna diversity, mmWave bandwidth, and traffic splitting algorithms. An upper delay bound restriction, network stability, and network dynamics are placed on the analysed issue, which is formulated as a network utility maximisation. The issue is divided into the I path selection and (ii) rate allocation sub-problems using stochastic optimization, and a framework is then presented that uses reinforcement learning to choose the optimal pathways.

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Low-Power Multiplexer Structures Targeting Efficient QCA Nanotechnology Circuit Designs

This project uses the QCA cell to offer two distinct structures for 2 1 MUX designs. As a potential substitute for circuit design, QCA technology is regarded. As nm technology advances, CMOS implementations may be replaced by ones that are more energy-efficient, have higher integration densities, and have improved switching. For the purpose of developing QCA circuits, multiplexers (MUX) can be regarded as viable options. In terms of power usage, the suggested MUX performs better than the best existing design with approximations. In addition, compared to the present designs, comparable or higher performance factors in latency and area are obtained.

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Top Project Topics for MTech Students

The MTech projects done by us for the final year MCA students are listed below. You can refer to these projects for MTech students so that you can get some clarity in doing your IEEE MTech projects.


This blog article gives you about some basic meaning of the MTech projects. Then the reason behind their significance is also stressed in “Why to do MTech projects. Then it gives brief explanations about the top MTech Final Year Projects. Then top Projects for MTech Students done by Takeoff Projects are provided at the end.

Why Takeoff Projects? How can it help with the MTech Projects?

Takeoff Projects has helped a lot of students accomplish their projects in a range of sectors. We can effectively finish your MTech projects for final year in the time provided. We also offer suggestions on how to increase the probability that your current MTech final year projects will be approved. You can choose your own MTech project ideas or get ideas from our list of IEEE MTech projects of final year.

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