Interfacing 433MHz RF Modules with 8051 Microcontroller

Hello Friends Today I am going to show you how to use a 433MHz RF module in your 8051 Projects. The 433MHz RF module is one of the cheapest ways of wireless communication other than IR that you can use in your 8051 projects.There is a receiving and Transmitting module that we will need. You can easily find them online for3-4$(150-200 Indian Rs).

Components required

  • Microcontroller (P89V51RD2) (2)
  • Resistor 10K (1)
  • Capacitor 33pF (2)
  • Capacitor 10uF (1)
  • 11.0592MHz Crystal (1)
  • 433MHz RF Transmitter (1)
  • 433MHz RF Receiver (1)
  • Buzzer(optional) (1)

Circuit Diagram and Description

Receiving circuit
Receiving circuit
Transmitting Circuit
Transmitting Circuit

Connections of the Transmitter Module:

The smaller module of the two with a crystal on it is the Transmitter module. The Pin connections for the module are as below

Pin on Module            Connection

GND               GND on 8051 Board

DATA             P3.1 on 8051 Board

Vcc                  Vcc on 8051 Board

ANT                Connected to 17.25cm long wire

Connections for the Receiver Module:

The Larger module of the two is the Receiver module.The Module has multiple GND and Vcc pins which need to be connected externally. The Pin connections for the module are as below

Pin on Module            Connection

GND              GND on 8051 Board

DATA            P3.0 on 8051 Board

Vcc                 Vcc on 8051 Board

ANT               Connected to 17.25cm long wire

About the Program

In this particular program, we are using UART to transmit 8-bit data over the RF module. The data pin of the transmit module is connected to the transmit pin of the 8051. When the Switch 4 is pressed on the 8051 Board then the ASCII value of character t is sent over the RFmodule.If this is received at the receiving 8051 then the Buzzer will turn on for 5 Seconds.

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This article is written by Aditya Wani.

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Accidental Vehicle Lifting Robot – Mini Project

Nowadays number of road accidents increasing frequently. Whenever vehicle accident occurs on the road there may be high possibility of traffic. In such cases if we could able to move that accidental vehicle from road, we can easily avoid the traffic. To make this possible we can built an accidental vehicle lifting robot using embedded system. You can built its prototype using small vehicle which you can easily found in toy store.

Accidental Vehicle Lifting Robot

Accidental Vehicle Lifting Robot

Working of Accidental Vehicle Lifting Robot

The working of this project is based on microcontroller which is connected to a motor to move the accidental vehicle. Also microcontroller is connected to a chain based rod to lift the vehicle.

The complete circuitry of this project contains microcontroller board which has robotic platform, keypad, electric motors to move the vehicles and lifting the chain based rod. These motors will be moved accordingly to the instruction given through keys connected to microcontroller.

Components required:

Hardware:

  • AT89c52
  • Robot platform
  • Driver circuit
  • Motor for lifting
  • Controlling keys
  • 12 v battery

Software:

  • Embedded ‘C’
  • RIDE/KEIL to write code
  • ISP to burn the chip

Advantages Accidental Vehicle Lifting Robot:

  • Low cost
  • automated operation
  • Low Power consumption

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Vehicle Tracking Using Microcontroller & GPS Module

Hi friends, In this project we are going to make a Vehicle tracking system using 8051 microcontroller and GPS module. You can use this project for you final year submissions which cost you around 2500Rs. This is quite interesting and useful project in our day to day life.

We can easily tack lost vehicle using this Vehicle tracking GPS module. In this project we are using 8051 microcontroller, GPS module to track the vehicle location. This system will send a location of vehicle in the form of longitude and latitude values. If you enhance this project you can also easily track the position of vehicle in the graphical presentation on your PC.

Vehicle Tracking Using Microcontroller and GPS Module

Objective:

The main objective behind developing this project is to track the vehicle position using microntroller GPS module & Zigbee module along with software to see the track of vehicle on PC.

Block Diagrams:

1) Connecting GPS with ZigBee:

Connecting GPS and Zigbee

2) Vehicle Tracking Block Diagram:

Vehicle Tracking Block Diagram

3) Power supply for Vehicle Tracking Circuit:

Power Supply

Description:

In this project we using AVL technology. AVL stands for Automatic Vehicle Location. AVL is an advanced method to track and monitor any vehicle which is connected with Vehicle tracking circuit.AVL is a combination of GPS (Global Positioning System) and GIS (Geographic Information SYstem). All data transmission in this project depends on GPS satellite and receiver on the board and Zigbee.

There are planty of tutorials availbel in Internet on how to connect Zigbee with your GPS module. Once you integrate Zigbee and GPS connect your circuit with Microcontroller. You can refer this article on how to connect GPS with 8051 microcontroller.

Software:

For building this Vehicle tracking system you will need Embedded C knowledge, RIDE to write code and ISP to burn the chip.

Hardware:

  • 8051 microcontroller kit
  • power supply
  • Zigbee module
  • GPS module

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Digital clock using 8051 microcontroller & LCD display – mini project

Hello friends, today we are going to make a simple digital clock using 8051 microcontroller which you can make as your engineering mini-project. In this mini project we are using one 8051 family based microcontroller, one 16×2 LCD display and one 4×4 keyboard for settling the time.

Components required:

For making simple digital clock using microcontroller you will require following components:

Sr. no. Component Quantity
1 Microcontroller (P89V51RD2) 1
2 LCD display (16×2) 1
3 4×4 keyboard 1
4 Resistor 10K 1
5 Capacitor 33pF 2
6 Capacitor 10uF 1
7 12MHz Crystal 1

Circuit diagram:

A circuit diagram for simple digital clock using 8051 microcontroller is shown below:

digital clock using 8051 microcontroller and LCD display

Circuit building:

Connect the 4×4 keypad with port 1 of microcontroller. Connect 16×2 LCD display with port 2 of microcontroller (make sure that all the data pins of LCD display are connected to the microcontroller correctly). The rs (register set) pin of  LCD is connected to pin 3.5 (pin number: 15) and en (enable) pin is connected to pin 3.6 (pin number 16) of microcontroller. Connect crystal to pin 18 and 19 of micro controller. We are using 12MHz frequency Crystal. For reset circuitry connect a push button to pin 9 of micro controller. We can also use a potentiometer to adjust the contrast of LCD.

Pin description of LCD display:

lcd pin diagram

Pin number Name Description
1 Vss Ground
2 Vdd +5V
3 Vee Contrast Adjustment ‐2V to ‐5V
4 RS Register Select
5 RW 1 ‐Read , 0‐Write
6 E Enable Strobe
7 D0 Data Line
8 D1 Data Line
9 D2 Data Line
10 D3 Data Line
11 D4 Data Line
12 D5 Data Line
13 D6 Data Line
14 D7 Data Line
15 LED+ Backlit LED +V Vdd (Optional signal)
16 LED- Backlit LED +V Vdd (Optionalsignal)

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Digital Thermometer using 8051 Microcontroller: Mini Project

Today we are going to make a simple mini-project using 8051 microcontroller. A digital thermometer using 8051 microcontroller. A thermometer is a device that measures temperature or temperature gradient using a variety of different principles. Let us see how to make Digital Thermometer using 8051 microcontroller.

Digital Thermometer using 8051 Microconroller

Components required:

  • 8051 microcontroller (like AT89c51, 89C51RD2, etc.)
  • ADC0804
  • LM35 temperature sensor
  • Resistors, Potentiometer, etc.

Circuit diagram:

Digital Thermometer using 8051 Microcontroller
digital thermometer using 8051 microcontroller

Working of Digital Thermometer:

The output of digital thermometer is in Celsius scale. To display the output i.e. the temperature we have used a 16*2 LCD display. LM 35 is temperature sensor IC which is used to sense the temperature. Normally LM35 generates a 10mV change in output voltage per degree celsius change in temperature. This temperature is then converted into Celcius scale using analog to digital converter i.e. ADC0804.

LM 35 Temperature sensor:

LM 35 Pin diagram
LM 35 Pin diagram

Specifications of LM 35 temperature sensor IC are as follows:

  • Accuracy of LM35 is +-0.5 degree celsius.
  • Its temperature range is from -55 to 150 degree celsius.
  • Sensor gain = 10 (mV/Deg C)
  • Output impedance = 0.4 Ohm
  • Supply Voltage (Min) = 4V
  • Supply voltage (Max) = 30V

Applications of Digital Thermometer:

  1. Thermometers are used in a wide variety of scientific and engineering applications, especially measurement systems.
  2. Digital thermometers can be used in roadways in cold weather climates to check if icing condition exists or not.

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Digital Thermometer

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Digital stopwatch using 8051 microcontroller mini project

In this mini-project we are going to make a simple Digital Stopwatch by using a Microcontroller from 8051 family. Digital Stopwatch allows you to record the exact number of hours and minutes you worked on a task/activity. It is a special type of watch with buttons that start, stop, and then zero the hands, used to time races.

Digital Stopwatch using 8051 Microcontroller

Components required:

  • 8051 Microcontroller (89C51)
  • Resistor – 10K
  • Capacitor – 10uF, 33pF (two)
  • Crystal oscillator – 12MHz
  • LCD display.

Circuit diagram:

Digital Stopwatch using 8051 Microcontroller
Digital stopwatch using 8051 microcontroller

Pin description of LCD display:

lcd pin diagram
lcd pin diagram
Pinnumber Name Description
1 Vss Ground
2 Vdd +5V
3 Vee Contrast Adjustment ‐2V to ‐5V
4 RS Register Select
5 RW 1 ‐Read , 0‐Write
6 E Enable Strobe
7 D0 Data Line
8 D1 Data Line
9 D2 Data Line
10 D3 Data Line
11 D4 Data Line
12 D5 Data Line
13 D6 Data Line
14 D7 Data Line
15 LED+ Backlit LED +V Vdd (Optional signal)
16 LED- Backlit LED +V Vdd (Optionalsignal)

C program:

// ************************************************
// Project:   Digital Stopwatch using 8051 microcontroller
// Author:    Mayuresh Joshi
// Blog: myclassbook.org
// ************************************************
#include<reg51.h>
//Function declarations
void cct_init(void);
void delay(int);
void lcdinit(void);
void WriteCommandToLCD(int);
void WriteDataToLCD(char);
void ClearLCDScreen(void);
void InitTimer0(void);
void UpdateTimeCounters(void);
void DisplayTimeToLCD(unsigned int,unsigned int,unsigned int);
//*******************
//Pin description
/*
P2.4 to P2.7 is data bus
P1.0 is RS
P1.1 is E
*/
//********************
// Defines Pins
sbit RS = P1^0;
sbit E  = P1^1;
// Define Clock variables
unsigned int usecCounter = 0;
unsigned int msCounter   = 0;
unsigned int secCounter  = 0;
unsigned int minCounter  = 0;
unsigned int hrCounter   = 0;
// ***********************************************************
// Main program
//
void main(void)
{
cct_init();             // Make all ports zero
lcdinit();              // Initilize LCD
InitTimer0();           // Start Timer0
while(1)
{
if( msCounter == 0 )                                       // msCounter becomes zero after exact one sec
{
DisplayTimeToLCD(hrCounter, minCounter, secCounter);   // Displays time in HH:MM:SS format
}
UpdateTimeCounters();                                      // Update sec, min, hours counters
}
}
void cct_init(void)
{
P0 = 0x00;   //not used
P1 = 0x00;   //not used
P2 = 0x00;   //used as data port
P3 = 0x00;   //used for generating E and RS
}
void InitTimer0(void)
{
TMOD &= 0xF0;    // Clear 4bit field for timer0
TMOD |= 0x02;    // Set timer0 in mode 2
TH0 = 0x05;      // 250 usec reloading time
TL0 = 0x05;      // First time value
ET0 = 1;         // Enable Timer0 interrupts
EA  = 1;         // Global interrupt enable
TR0 = 1;         // Start Timer 0
}
void Timer0_ISR (void) interrupt 1     // It is called after every 250usec
{
usecCounter = usecCounter + 250;   // Count 250 usec
if(usecCounter==1000)              // 1000 usec means 1msec
{
msCounter++;
usecCounter = 0;
}
TF0 = 0;     // Clear the interrupt flag
}
void UpdateTimeCounters(void)
{
if (msCounter==1000)
{
secCounter++;
msCounter=0;
}
if(secCounter==60)
{
minCounter++;
secCounter=0;
}
if(minCounter==60)
{
hrCounter++;
minCounter=0;
}
if(hrCounter==24)
{
hrCounter = 0;
}
}
void DisplayTimeToLCD( unsigned int h, unsigned int m, unsigned int s )   // Displays time in HH:MM:SS format
{
ClearLCDScreen();      // Move cursor to zero location and clear screen
// Display Hour
WriteDataToLCD( (h/10)+0x30 );
WriteDataToLCD( (h%10)+0x30 );
//Display ':'
WriteDataToLCD(':');
//Display Minutes
WriteDataToLCD( (m/10)+0x30 );
WriteDataToLCD( (m%10)+0x30 );
//Display ':'
WriteDataToLCD(':');
//Display Seconds
WriteDataToLCD( (s/10)+0x30 );
WriteDataToLCD( (s%10)+0x30 );
}
void delay(int a)
{
int i;
for(i=0;i<a;i++);   //null statement
}
void WriteDataToLCD(char t)
{
RS = 1;             // This is data
P2 &= 0x0F;                         // Make P2.4 to P2.7 zero
P2 |= (t&0xF0);     // Write Upper nibble of data
E  = 1;             // => E = 1
delay(150);
E  = 0;             // => E = 0
delay(150);
P2 &= 0x0F;                         // Make P2.4 to P2.7 zero
P2 |= ((t<<4)&0xF0);// Write Lower nibble of data
E  = 1;             // => E = 1
delay(150);
E  = 0;             // => E = 0
delay(150);
}
void WriteCommandToLCD(int z)
{
RS = 0;             // This is command
P2 &= 0x0F;                         // Make P2.4 to P2.7 zero
P2 |= (z&0xF0);     // Write Upper nibble of data
E  = 1;             // => E = 1
delay(150);
E  = 0;             // => E = 0
delay(150);
P2 &= 0x0F;                         // Make P2.4 to P2.7 zero
P2 |= ((z<<4)&0xF0);// Write Lower nibble of data
E  = 1;             // => E = 1
delay(150);
E  = 0;             // => E = 0
delay(150);
}
void lcdinit(void)
{
///////////// Reset process from datasheet /////////
delay(15000);
P2 &= 0x0F;                           // Make P2.4 to P2.7 zero
P2 |= (0x30&0xF0);    // Write 0x3
E  = 1;               // => E = 1
delay(150);
E  = 0;               // => E = 0
delay(150);
delay(4500);
P2 &= 0x0F;                           // Make P2.4 to P2.7 zero
P2 |= (0x30&0xF0);    // Write 0x3
E  = 1;               // => E = 1
delay(150);
E  = 0;               // => E = 0
delay(150);
delay(300);
P2 &= 0x0F;                           // Make P2.4 to P2.7 zero
P2 |= (0x30&0xF0);    // Write 0x3
E  = 1;               // => E = 1
delay(150);
E  = 0;               // => E = 0
delay(150);
delay(650);
P2 &= 0x0F;                           // Make P2.4 to P2.7 zero
P2 |= (0x20&0xF0);    // Write 0x2
E  = 1;               // => E = 1
delay(150);
E  = 0;               // => E = 0
delay(150);
delay(650);
/////////////////////////////////////////////////////
WriteCommandToLCD(0x28);    //function set
WriteCommandToLCD(0x0c);    //display on,cursor off,blink off
WriteCommandToLCD(0x01);    //clear display
WriteCommandToLCD(0x06);    //entry mode, set increment
}
void ClearLCDScreen(void)
{
WriteCommandToLCD(0x01);   // Clear screen command
delay(1000);
}

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Digital Voltmeter using 8051 microcontroller – Mini-Project

Voltmeter is a voltage measuring instrument. We can measure the potential difference between any two points in an electrical network using voltmeter. Let us design and make a simple voltmeter using 8051 microcontroller which you can use as a mini-project in your college.

There are two types of voltmeter as analog voltmeter and digital voltmeter. Analog voltmeter moves pointer on a scale but it has some limitations like accuracy of few percent of full scale.

Digital Voltmeter using 8051 Microcontroller.

In this section we are going to make a digital voltmeter using 8051 microcontroller. Digital voltmeter can display numerical value of voltage on a display by use of analog to digital converter (ADC). All the data processing and manipulating is in digital form, so it is very essential to use ADC. We have used ADC0804 analog-to-digital converter IC. The range of input voltage is 0-15V. Here the input voltage should be DC voltage so as to get the steady output on the LCD display. If you give the AC voltage as an input, it will display continuously running numbers as the nature of AC voltage.

Components required for Digital Voltmeter using 8051 Microcontroller:

  1. Microcontroller,  AT89C51
  2. Analog‐to‐Digital  Converter,  ADC0804
  3. 16×1  LCD
  4. Oscillator  circuit  for  the  microcontroller
    1. 12MHz  Crystal  Capacitor
    2. 33pF  Capacitors
  5. Voltage  divider  circuit/  Input  terminals
    1. 200k,  100k  Resistors
    2. 100nF  Capacitor
  6. ADC  Clock  Circuit  100k  Potentiometer  (to  adjust  the  back‐light  of  the  LCD)
    1. 10k  Resistor
    2. 150pF  Capacitor
  7. 100k  Potentiometer  (to  adjust  the  back‐light  of  the  LCD)

Circuit Diagram of Digital Voltmeter using 8051 Micrcontroller:

Digital voltmeter using 8051 micrcontroller
Digital voltmeter using 8051 micrcontroller

Pin description of 16×1 LCD Display:

lcd pin diagram
lcd pin diagram
Pin  No Name Description
1 Vss Ground
2 Vdd +5V
3 Vee Contrast  Adjustment  ‐2V  to  ‐5V
4 RS Register  Select
5 RW 1  ‐Read  ,  0‐ Write
6 E Enable  Strobe
7 D0 Data  Line
8 D1 Data  Line
9 D2 Data  Line
10 D3 Data  Line
11 D4 Data  Line
12 D5 Data  Line
13 D6 Data  Line
14 D7 Data  Line
15 LED+ Backlit  LED  +V   Vdd  (Optional  signal)
16 LED‐ Backlit  LED  –V   Vss  (Optional  signal)

C program for digital voltmeter using 8051 micrcontroller:

#include <REGX51.H>
#include "lcd.h"
#define adc_port P1              //ADC Port
#define rd P3_7                  //Read signal P3.7
#define wr P3_6                  //Write signal P3.6
#define cs P3_5                  //Chip Select P3.5
#define intr P3_4                //INTR signal P3.4
void conv();                     //Start of conversion function
void read();                     //Read ADC function
unsigned int adc_avg,adc;
void main(){
char i;
LCD_INI();
while(1){                                                              //Forever loop
adc_avg = 0;
for(i=0;i<10;i++){
conv();                  //Start conversion
read();                  //Read ADC
adc_avg += adc;
}
adc_avg = adc_avg/10;
wrt_cmd(0x80);
wrt_string("V(DC): ");
adc = adc_avg * 59;
hex2lcd((unsigned char)(adc/1000));
wrt_data('.');
adc = adc%1000;
hex2lcd((unsigned char)(adc/10));
wrt_data('V');
}
}
void conv(){
cs = 0;                                    //Make CS low
wr = 0;                                  //Make WR low
wr = 1;                                  //Make WR high
cs = 1;                                    //Make CS high
while(intr);         //Wait for INTR to go low
}
void read(){
cs = 0;                                    //Make CS low
rd = 0;                                   //Make RD low
adc = adc_port; //Read ADC port
rd = 1;                                   //Make RD high
cs = 1;                                    //Make CS high
}

C Program:

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Final year engineering projects list – 3

List of final year engineeeirng projects (List-3)

Final year engineering projects
Final year engineering projects

Here are another list of some innovative and useful final year engineering projects for final year engineering students. These projects are provided to engineering students for their project preparation. you can download any project which you like by just clicking on the link. 

To see the previous list of final year engineering projects click here.

List no:1

List no:2

101. Construction of touch panel based portable digital clock

102. Vision based obstacle avoidance and target tracking for autonomous mobile robot

103. Zigbee based intelligent helmet for coal mines

104. Design lk development of a gsm based vehicle theft control system

105. Artificial vision systems for blind man

106. Remotely controllable outlet system for home power management trough pc

107. Pc controlled spy robot using wireless webcam

108. Microcontroller based automatic pre paid electronic bus fare system

109. Electronic medical record for effective patient monitoring database

110. A prototype of an integrated blood pressure and electrocardiogram device for multi-parameter physiologic monitoring

111. A robot motion authoring using finger-robot interaction

112. Development of intelligent power wheelchair assisting for people on daily life using motion recognition

113. Remote home security system based on wsn and gsm technology

114. High heart beat alert to doctors using pom and gsm modem via short message

115. Remote notice board implementation using gsm communication

116. Application study of mine alarm system based on zigbee technology

117. Icu patient monitoring system with automatic sms system using gsmzigbee wireless technology.

118. Mems based automatic wheel chair movement for paralyses patient’s old age people.

119. Obstacle detecting system for vehicle collision safeguard

120. Finger print based money management system for atm backend operations.bus

121. Intelligent touch panel based access control mechanism for ubiquitous applications

122. Cost effective wireless attendance and access control system

123. Finger print based atm lk locker system for modern ban.

124. Smart wireless temperature data logger using zigbee 802.15.4

125. Dtmf mobile phone controlled dam water gates controlling system with high-level protection

126. Traffic signal light intelligent control system based on microcontroller

127. Intelligent fleet management system with concurrent gps lk gsm real time positioning technology

128. Automated vehicles for physically and visually challenged

129. Autonomous street lighting system based on solar energy and led’s

130. Monitoring of an aeroponic greenhouse with a sensor network,

131. Home automation using zigbee

132. Automatic street light controller with rtc

133. Density based traffic light control sytem

134. Dtmf based load automation

135. Embedded finalized list 2012

136. Fingerprint based bank locker system

137. Gps data logger

138. Gsm based advance home security system

139. Gsm based notice board with lcd display

140. Gsm based wireless electronic notice board

141.0bstacle detection and avoidance robot

142. Pc based wireless temp data logger

143. Pc controlled robotic arm control

144. Rf based load automation

145. Rf robot

146. Rfid based security system

147. Servo motor control system

148. Smart car parking system using microcontroller

149. Traffic light priority control system

150. Ultrasonic proximity detector abstract

151. Visitor counter

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Final year engineering projects list – 2

List of final year Engineering projects (List – 1):

Final year engineering projects
Final year engineering projects

We have already published 50 projects for final year engineering students in the last article. If you want to check that list click here

I am going to publish another 50 projects with abstracts for all final year engineering students which will help you in making your projects. Click on the link provided with the project list to download project.

51. Centralized secured voting system using finger print sensor

52. Vehicle supervision system based on mems geo sensor

53. Automatic college ringing bell management system using i2c protocol

54. Vehicle emission monitoring system using wireless technology

55. Automatic accident identification alert system using vibration sensor and rf technology

56. Examination room guide using rfid for the jumbling system based exams

57. Wi-fi based data acquisition system using rabbit processor

58. Advanced atm security system using gsm& mems

59. Zigbee based vehicle access control system

60. Remote weather station design using zigbee

61. Under water wireless control and transmission system based zigbee

62. Ethernet (web) based data acquisition and controlling and display on pc

63. Remote controllable and energy-saving room architecture based on zigbee communication

64. Applications of wireless sensor networks in the oil, gas and resources industries

65. Human recognition using rfid technology and stereo vision

66. Touch panel based advanced home automation system for next generation apartments using zigbee

67. Authentication and access control system for security personnel using i-button

68. Rfid based automatic highway toll tax collection system

69. Touch screen based digital slate for next generation elementary school children

70. Incomparable and intelligent traffic control system using ir and gsm

71. Touch panel based nurse attendant calling system for physically impaired

72.  Zigbee based attendance alert system with person details by using i-button technology

73. Electronic voting machine by using rabbit processor

74. Boarding school students monitoring systems (e-id) using radio frequency identification.

75. High secured password protected door accessing system using touch panel

76. An electronic voting system through touch screen interface

77. An automated stock price delivery system based on the gsm short message service

78. Gsm based prepaid energy meter for electrical applications.

79. Authorized home appliances control with i-button

80. Safety parsel courier system

81. Microcontroller based finger print access developed voting machine

82. Continuous indoor navigation with rfid and ins

83. Microcontroller and touch panel based wireless library book catalog system

84. Safety of valuable items by using zigbee and mems sensor

85. Two-way wireless data messaging system for rural areas using zigbee technology

86. Automatic detection of train arrival through an accelerometer using rf

87. Security integrated system based on wireless access protocol for industrial applications with sms alert system using gsm modem.

88. Messenger development without internet using zigbee

89. Deploying zigbee sensor network for vibration measurement

90. Autonomous light control by wireless sensor and actuator networks

91. Automated exam entry cancellation to the students who are late for the examination

92. Touch panel controlled motor speed and direction control system

93. The application of wireless sensor network design based on zigbee in petrochemical industry field

94. Metal detector robot control using zigbee

95. Remote sensing and control of an irrigation system using distributed wireless network

96. Automatic gsm sms passage to the parents if the student’s attendance is less than the required level using rfid technology

97. Wireless electronic notice board with multi nodes using zigbee communication system.

98. Remote monitoring system for oil wells based on gsm gprs technology

99. Password operated device control using mobile communication

100. Accelerometer based free fall or anti-slippage protection for hdd

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Final year engineering projects list – 1

List of final year Engineering projects (List – 1):

Final year engineering projects
Final year engineering projects

In this post i have listed some of the important and innovative projects that are helpful for final year engineering students. Click on the link to free download the final year engineering projects and abstarcts. You can get another list of electronic projects in upcoming articles – click here.

1. Wi-fi based industrial automation and control using advanced rabbit processor rcm5600

2. Graphical representation of a vehicle tracking using unanimous software

3. Sending sms in black spot area in an innovative manner

4. Intelligent water dispenser based on embedded microcontrollers

5. Advanced accidental vehicles lifting robot to avoid the traffic jam

6. Voice based wireless icu patient medicine reminder for busy hospitals to save the patients

7. Modern restaurants atomization for wireless menu dish ordering using touch panel and zigbee

8. Dual -robots control communication system based on wireless zigbee network

9. Voice enabled route guide and warning system for blind people.

10. Ag robot for watering the plants in timely manner for tree to treeagrobot designed as plant watering system (mc)

11. Unmanned intelligent supervisory steering control using advanced ir transceiver

12. Wireless moving scrolling led display used as a notice board

13. Accident detection for release airbag using gsm, gps&mems using microcontroller

14. Internet based home automation using rabbit processor

15. Voice based bus stage announcement for rural people

16. Heavy luggage transportation in cities without interrupting the traffic

17. Touch screen based industrial device management system.

18. Supervisory management for financers using gsm and gps

19. Creating a single communication link between 2 wireless communications (ir+zigbee)

20. Dual touch panel based wireless data chatting using zigbee technology

21. A wireless solution system for tracking the stolen vehicles

22. Can protocol implementation for industrial process control

23. Intellectual atm card stealing information system through wireless

24.5tudent college alert system to parents by their entry at the college premises by using gsm sms

25. An innovative college bus information system to students using gsm

26. Front end operations for banking applications using high end security device

27. Innovative congestion control system for ambulance using zigbee

28. Accelerometer based transportation mode recognition on mobile phones

29. Boarder security and safety alert system using gsm

30. Can bus application in automotive network control

31. Wireless agricultural paddy field motor control for illiterate farmers

32. Touch panel based wheel chair for handicapped persons

33. Design of expandable conductivity temperature depth survey data processing system

34. Distributed remote temperature monitoring and acquisition system based on can bus

35. Gps-gsm integration for enhancing public transportation management services

36. Remote control of smart house hold based on dtmf.

37. Intelligent lighting control system for railway stations to save power

38. Embedded safety management for resident using wireless technology

39. The system design of monitoring abnormal environment parameter of vegetable greenhouse based on short message using gsm.

40. An intelligent mobile robot navigation technique using rfid technology.

41. Network intrusion detection system embedded on a smart sensor

42. Remote monitoring of building structural integrity by a smart wireless sensor network.

43. Touch panel based hot spot information kiosk using zigbee

44. Wireless sensor networks with embedded intelligence for agricultural applications

45. Application of zigbee for pollution monitoring caused by automobile exhaust gases

46. Relative location estimation of vehicles in parking management system (wi-fi)

47. Automobile anti-theft system design base on gsm and gps.

48. Finger print authentication for vehicle access system

49. Gsm based secured atm cash transactions with dynamic pin

50. Anti theft wireless alarm

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