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2.1.1 What should be considered?
3. Paper Design
3.1 Wireless Communication
3.1.1 Transmitting Unit (Sensor Node)
3.1.1 Component 3 - LCD Display (optional)
3.1.2 Receiving Unit (Coordinator)
3.1.2 Component 3 - LCD Display Module
3.1.3 Whole Implementation
3.1.4 Remarks
3.2 PIR Movement Sensor
3.2.1 PIR sensor (RE200B)
3.2.2 Control Unit (KC778B)
3.2.3 Control and Output Circuit Description
4. Experimental Results
4.1 Testing with Wireless Communication
4.2 Testing the PIR Movement Sensor
4.2.1 Testing Case 1 with Daylight
4.2.2 Testing Case 2 with Daylight
4.2.3 Testing Case 3 at Night
5. Cost Summary
6. Discussion
6.1 Wireless Communication
6.2 PIR Movement Detector
7. References
8. Appendices – Software Coding
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