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A secure wireless Multiple User and Admin Login access system using Zigbee

Since its inception, the Zigbee Alliance has worked with a singular focus: create a much needed global wireless language capable of giving “voices” to the myriad of everyday devices which surround us as we go about our daily lives. This focus has been aimed at the little devices, often overlooked in an IT centric world, such as light switches, thermostats, electricity meters, remote controls as well as more complex sensor devices found abundantly in the health care, commercial building and industrial automation sectors. As a result, Zigbee Alliance members have created a wireless standard offering extraordinary control, expandability, security, ease-of-use and the ability to use Zigbee technology in any country around the world.

Today, organizations use Zigbee to effectively deliver solutions for a variety of areas including consumer electronic device control, energy management and efficiency, home and commercial building automation as well as industrial plant management. With this comprehensive set of attributes, the nonprofit, open membership and volunteer driven Alliance has become a thriving ecosystem of more than 300 members. As an ecosystem, the Alliance offers everything prospective product and service companies need to develop Zigbee products and services and benefit from the Alliance’s competitive and stable supply chain.

ZigBee is the name for a short-range, low-power, low-cost, low-data-rate wireless multi-hop networking technology standard. The features of ZigBee networks include self-organization, support for multi-hop routed networking topologies, interoperable application profiles, and security based on the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES). As noted in the introduction, ZigBee is a type of LR-WPAN technology and is built upon the lower layers of the IEEE 802.15.4 LR-WPAN standard. While the 802.15.4 standard defines the lower-level Physical (PHY) and Media Access Control (MAC) layers, the ZigBee standard defines the higher-level Network and Application layers as well as the security services. The top layer in the system model is where the customer application resides. In terms of general functionality, the Physical Layer provides the basic radio communication capabilities, the MAC Layer provides reliable single-hop transmission, the Network Layer provides routing and multi-hop transmission for creating more complex topologies, the Application Layer provides device and network management functions as well as message formats, and the Security Services Provider establishes the trust infrastructure of the network and provides essential security services such as cryptographic key management and admission control for nodes joining a network.

ZIGBEE. of Pins:48 .Block Diagram Functional Diagram Features • • • • • • SOC. 48QFN Receiving Current:27mA Transmitting Current:27mA Data Rate:250Kbps Frequency Range:2.4GHz No. TRANCEIVER WITH MCU.

4GHz Integrated MCU Type:8051 Compatible Interface Type:USART Network / Frequency Band Type:IEEE802.4 / Zigbee Operating Temperature Max:85°C Operating Temperature Min:-40°C Supply Voltage Max:3.6V Operating Temperature Range:-40°C to +85°C Frequency Band:2. TRANCEIVER WITH MCU. Usage of SOC. ZIGBEE.6V Supply Voltage Min:2V This project will facilitate the understanding of the following topics: • • Coding in Assembly for 8051 series Micro controller for time constraint acquisition and transfer of data.15.• • • • • • • • • • Supply Voltage Range:2V to 3. 48QFN .