International Journal of Electronic Engineering ResearchISSN 0975 - 6450 Volume 2 Number 3 (2010) pp. 349–355© Research India Publicationshttp://www.ripublication.com/ijeer.htm
Mobile Controlled Robot using DTMF Technologyfor Industrial Application
E. Saranya and
Project guide- Lecturer/ECE,
Final ECE,Velalar College of Engineering & Technology, Erode, IndiaE-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
In this project, we present controlling of a Robot using DTMF technique.The robot is controlled by a mobile phone that makes call to the othermobile phone attached to the robot. In the course of the call, if any buttonis pressed, tone corresponding to the button pressed is heard at the otherend of the call. This tone is called dual tone multi frequency tone (DTMF).Using DTMF code, direction of motion of the robot can be controlled bymobile phone. Robot has a RF camera that transmits an actual video at theoperator’s monitor. Based on the received video, the correspondingcomments can be passed from the mobile phone which is connected withthe transmitter side. The comments will be converted to voice using the textto speech converter at the receiver side. The voice will be heard via theloud speaker attached to the robot. Gas sensor and smoke sensor are alsointerfaced with the robot. In case of any smoke or gas, the sensor senses thegas or smoke and passes the signal to the alarm. The alarm sound is heardvia a loud speaker.
Mobile phones, DTMF decoder, controller, RF camera, TVmonitor.
Being able to achieve reliable communication is an important open area of research torobotics as well as other technology areas. As interest in robotics continues to grow,robots are increasingly being integrated in everyday life. The results of thisintegration are end-users possessing less and less technical knowledge of thetechnology. Currently, the primary mode for robot communication uses RF (radiofrequency). RF is an obvious choice for communication since it allows more