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IR Music Transmission and Reception JNTU Atp

IR Music Transmission and Reception JNTU Atp

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07/15/2011

 
IR Music Transmission and Reception
PresentedByP. Sarath Kumar M. Naga Seshu
P. Vyshnavi
06001A0408 06001A0422
06001A0427
Mob: 9885149350 Mob: 9966970495sarathkumar.hi@gmail.com seshu.422@gmail.com 
Department of Electronics and Communications Engineering, 
 JNTU- Anantapur
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, JNTU ANATAPUR ANDHRA PRADESH
 
Abstract:
Now-a-days everything in this world isgetting wireless. Infrared rays’ transmission is one of the most important ways of wireless communication. Aninfrared transmission/reception apparatusand a method thereof in which an infrared transmission output is changed totransmit a plurality of station findingcommands, and an infrared transmissionoutput for such a station finding command out of the plurality of station findingcommands as returning a station findingresponse from a secondary station is used to perform a subsequent communication.Thus, communication can be performed with the minimum infrared outpuregardless of the opposite apparatus.Infrared communication has heretoforebeen known in which infrared light is used to perform communication amongapparatuses. According to the infrared communication, for a distance of about 1m from a communication object thecommunication can be performed without  performing connection via a cable, and the like, which is convenient for use, and which provides an advantage that thecommunication can be realized with asimple constitution as compared with thecommunication using radio waves. Fromsuch advantage, the infrarecommunication is preferably applied tosmall apparatuses such as a note type personal computer and a portableinformation terminal. In this project weillustrate the process by which music canbe transmitted through IR rays.
Introduction:
Using this circuit, audio musical notes can begenerated and can be heard up to a distance of 10meters. The receiver can be placed at a maximumdistance of 1 meter from the transmitter without anyconsiderable noise interference. The circuits of transmitter and receiver are quite simple and can be placed and carried any where easily. The smallapparatus provided with the infrared communicationfunction is in many cases operated by a batteryincorporated inside so that it is convenient when auser carries it during movement, and it is preferablethat power consumption be minimized also tolengthen the continuous operation possible time of IR emission is optimized. We don’t make use of any of modulation techniques when working with IR rays.Hence there is no necessity of carrier generation. Thismakes the transmitter and receiver designs muchsimpler. However the communication distance can beimproved by using Far IR LEDs. The range of communication can be increased to about 250 meters by using far IR LEDs. In the apparatus provided witha conventional infrared communication function,however, the infrared light with a constant intensity isconstantly radiated regardless of the communicationdistance. This project emphasizes the way by whichmusic is generated and driven by IR rays and givesan explanation to the one of the methods of receivingIR rays without considerable noise interference.
 
Transmitter Circuit
 
Receiver Circuit

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