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Abstract
My voting goes mobile ¦.
Newton did see an apple falling down.. Of what For what Why
It is falling¦
We do visualize the drop of success in the Election System of India¦
Of what For what Why It is so ¦
Yes it is the patriotistic, socialistic, humanistic, economistic, thinking of us that lead to visualize & analyze the election system (voting process) and project and implimentation a viable solution of voting through (Mobile) CELLULAR PHONES guarded by Finger print sensors by the new mobile language of SMS. YAHOOO! Crazy ¦ might be ¦ but it isn™t.
Motion is the basic physical property of anything in this hi-tech info era. Time is a precious thing and correct information is the most precious thing. Merging all these together we look in for easier, cost effective, time managing way of casting my vote throâ„¢ my Cell Phone with a finger print sensor.

Why looking in for a finger print sensor in a Mobile phone Of course it is the security that we add to all the confidential communications which goes natural and highly secured. A finger print guarded cell phone can afford a lot in the forthcoming technocrats like M-commerce, M-governance, M-voting, and M-security.

Thus, by our concept of Finger print guarded cell phones can serve better in all corners of communication especially for voting process.

The future of India lies in the
Secured voting through
Mobile and Mobile only.

Let the M-voting solve the problems of election process in India and elsewhere
Where technologies changes with time
MOBILE WORLD:
Who has seen the wind
Neither you Nor I
Everything by nature moves. Mobility is the basic feature of every organism. So does Man .
In this high tech info era, everyone needs to get connected without getting wired (chained). Itâ„¢s the free world still get in touch with these Human technologies.

With the advent of numerous Personal Digital Appliances (PDA), one can obtain and access information to his needs, Of course all these in a society where he lives.

Can the technology help him in upgrading his life style For the welfare of his society Can you and we change the present scenario of Ballot voting
Yes , we can !
Cast a vote
Without a ballot
Got it! Got a Cell phone with you¦
Info-democratic@ e-governance:
Can democracy be transparent to citizens Can the heartbeats of democracy (voting) be made transparent to the laymen (who has a cell phone!) in a big democratic country like India
Information is the much-valued thing and it needs at the right time by the right way and by the right approach.
History has shown that there are several malpractices in election and voting procedure such as Ballot snatching, fake voting, counting malpractices, voters list name cancellation etc., and huge investment of money spent on voting goes waste without achieving the goal of democracy.
Our effort lies in reducing the cost, error and malpractices in the process of voting.
M-Voting (An alternate of e-voting):
Mobile technology has attained heights and the market trend is that every citizens of India will possess a mobile handset by the year 2010 (at cheaper rates of service.) When such a PDA is available why not using it for a time saving, cost effective, secured method of voting.
The concept is as follows:
Every citizen above the age of 18 years has got the right to vote and hence obtaining their fingerprints and storing in the database along with their birth/death record becomes necessary.
User sends his finger print (secured print is encrypted and sent as sequence of data in encoded form) to the service provider.
Service provider verifies the fingerprint and checks for the validity of voting and sends voter list (a mobile ballot paper) through SMS.
User casts his vote and sends 2nd message.
Since mobile phone has connectivity with computer systems it is easy to store and access at the service provider and results be published instantly.
Finger print sensor:
The FingerLoc sensor is a monolithic silicon chip comprising a sensing array and its associated circuitry, all covered by a fairly thick (75 micro metre) proprietary coating. It can be easily embedded in the surface of a cell phone, where the robust coating will protect it from the rigors of normal usage. FingerLocâ„¢ key advantage over other (optical) fingerprint sensors, is that it ignores the external fingerprint in a buried layer of living cells, where fingerprints are created, and where they are found in pristine condition.
What it does is apply a low-voltage ac signal to the fingertip and then measure how the resulting electric field varies in amplitude over the fingertip surface.
The signal is applied by means of a conductive epoxy ring surrounding the sensor area. It is defined and measured with respect to a reference plane within the chip.
The electric field is set up between the reference plane and a thin layer of highly conductive saline liquid that resides at the interface of the living skin tissue and the dead skin. The saline layer has same shape as the living tissue- the shape of the fingerprint. Being highly conductive, it imposes its shape as a boundary condition on the field, thereby spatially modulating the field into an analog of the fingerprint.
An array of tiny antenna arranged in a square matrix of 96 rows and columns does the actual sensing. Located above the reference plane, the array measures about 6.5mm on a side, giving the sensor a linear resolution of about 15 pixels per millimeter.
The sensed analog electric field values are scanned from the sensor matrix a row at a time, digitized, and sent from the FingerLoc chip to the cell phoneâ„¢s microprocessor for further processing.
In the cell phone, a module from a special software suite analyzes the fingerprint pattern and extracts information from it, which it converts into a unique representation of the fingerprint ownerâ„¢s. To register a voter, that representation, called a template, is stored in nonvolatile memory and in storage of Service Provider for instance VSNL for future use.
What happens next depends on how the cell phone manufacturer and service provider have set things up. If the handset does not recognize the applicant, service will be denied. It gets more interesting when the system does recognize the fingerprint, because each user can have a stored profile, which personalizes the phone for him or her.
The above explanation for FingerLoc sensor is being depicted in the next page diagram




Strength of SMS :
SMS “ Short Messaging Services is a new global language that evolved in the faceless communication.
DO U KNOW
¢ 15 billion character-based messages per month are sent worldwide.
¢ SMS @ 0.50 Re.
¢ Purchase of greeting cards slashed with SMS greetings
¢ OPTIONS:

SMS greet
SMS Chat
SMS Advertisement
SMS order etc.,
The secrecy of data transferred can be highly strengthened by sending encrypted, cryptographic messages. With the advent of MMS (Multimedia Messaging Services) the process becomes easier with advanced features.

Let us look for it ¦¦
PROCESS CHART:
Pros and Cons:
Pros:

Cost effective i.e. no need for dedicated voting machines, which are vulnerable and used once in five years.
User-friendly easy access for citizens.
Most secure voting ever.
Fake votes easily avoided.
Time consumption is very less.
My vote goes mobile.
Cons:


Service provider needs to be governmental organization.
Service provider must have high-speed equipments.
Citizens should contact correct SMS number in order to avoid false voting.
Presently non-availability of sensors in Mobile Phones.
FAQâ„¢s:
How are fraudulent calls made
There are different techniques, but in essence the criminal takes apart a wireless telephone and reprograms it with a counterfeit account code (ESN), which tricks a wireless system into sending bills elsewhere.
How big is the wireless telecommunications fraud problem
In 1997, the wireless industry lost $434 million due to fraud. The losses for 1997 represent 1.4 percent of total industry revenues. It is estimated that losses for 1998 will be 182 million or .05% of the industryâ„¢s revenue.
What is the industry doing to stop fraud
Wireless carriers are waging a high-tech war against high-tech criminals. They are attacking on several forms. The industry supports field investigations of criminal operations; education programs for law enforcement and carrier personnel; strengthening legal sanction; and research into new technological solutions including: Radio Frequency Fingerprinting, Personal Identification Numbers, Roamer Verification, Reinstatement Profile and Authentication.
Why going for M-voting with Finger print sensing which are costly
They not only provide secured voting but also avoid fraud in cell tariff, call accessing, billing system etc., so it is necessary to have Finger print sensors in the mobile phones.
What other features can one look in for with fingerprint guarded Mobile Handset
Secured M-commerce, secured M-governance, Authentication, Privacy issue, error less billing process.
The End (To begin with a revolution):
Potential with M-voting are many.
Politically, Economically, Practically
M-voting proves to be the best
The future of India lies in the
Secured voting through
Mobile and Mobile only.
Let the M-voting solve the problems of election process in India and elsewhere
Where technologies changes with time ™™
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Abstract
My voting goes mobile ….
Newton did see an apple falling down.. Of what?? For what?? Why??
It is falling…

We do visualize the drop of success in the Election System of India…
Of what?? For what?? Why?? It is so …

Yes it is the patriotistic, socialistic, humanistic, economistic, thinking of us that lead to visualize & analyze the election system (voting process) and project and implimentation a viable solution of voting through (Mobile) CELLULAR PHONES guarded by Finger print sensors by the new mobile language of SMS. YAHOOO! Crazy … might be … but it isn’t.
Motion is the basic physical property of anything in this hi-tech info era. Time is a precious thing and correct information is the most precious thing. Merging all these together we look in for easier, cost effective, time managing way of casting my vote thro’ my Cell Phone with a finger print sensor.

Why looking in for a finger print sensor in a Mobile phone?? Of course it is the security that we add to all the confidential communications which goes natural and highly secured. A finger print guarded cell phone can afford a lot in the forthcoming technocrats like M-commerce, M-governance, M-voting, and M-security.
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The patriotistic, socialistic, humanistic, economistic, thinking of us that lead to visualize & analyze the election system (voting process) and project and implimentation a viable solution of voting through (Mobile) CELLULAR PHONES guarded by Finger print sensors by the new mobile language of SMS. YAHOOO! Crazy … might be … but it isn’t.
Motion is the basic physical property of anything in this hi-tech info era. Time is a precious thing and correct information is the most precious thing. Merging all these together we look in for easier, cost effective, time managing way of casting my vote thro’ my Cell Phone with a finger print sensor.

Why looking in for a finger print sensor in a Mobile phone?? Of course it is the security that we add to all the confidential communications which goes natural and highly secured. A finger print guarded cell phone can afford a lot in the forthcoming technocrats like M-commerce, M-governance, M-voting, and M-security.

Thus, by our concept of Finger print guarded cell phones can serve better in all corners of communication especially for voting process.
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