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Result : Vehicle Tracking and pollution checking system using Embedded System ABSTRACT A propelled vehi
cle observing and following framework in view of Embedded system and GSM is outlined and actualized for observin
g the school vehicle from any area A to area B at ongoing. The proposed framework would make great utilization of n
ew innovation that in light of Inserted Linux board in particular Raspberry Pi and Cell phone android application. The
proposed framework chips away at GPS/GPRS/GSM SIM900A Module which incorporates all the three things in par
ticular GPS GPRS GSM. The GPS current area of the vehicle; GPRS sends the following data to the server and the G
SM is utilized for sending ready message to vehicle's proprietor versatile. The proposed framework would put inside t
he vehicle whose position is to be resolved on the website page what's more, observed at ongoing. In the proposed fra
mework, there is examination between the present vehicle way what's more, effectively determined way into the recor
d arrangement of ARM7. Here in the proposed framework the as of now indicated way inside the raspberry pi's recor
d framework taken from vehicle proprietor's android Smartphone utilizing android application. Means the choice of w
ay from area A to B happens from vehicle proprietor's android application which gives more wellbeing and secures ve
nturing out to the voyager. 1 EMBEDDED SYSTEMS Embedded structures are designed to do a little precise task, rat
her than be a standard-motive pc for multiple obligations. Some also have actual time performance constraints that ha
ve to be met, for cause such as safety and value; others may additionally have low or no overall performance requirem
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ents, allowing the gadget hardware to be simplified to lessen fees. An embedded device isn't usually a separate block
- very frequently it's miles bodily built-in to the tool it's far controlling. The software written for embedded structures i
s regularly known as firmware, and is stored in examine-handiest reminiscence or flash convector chips instead of a di
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sk drive. It often runs with confined laptop hardware resources: small or no keyboard, display, and little memory. W
ireless conversation has become an vital feature for business products and a popular research topic within the closing t
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en years. There at the moment are extra mobile cellphone subscriptions than wired-line subscriptions. Lately, one loc
ation of industrial interest has been low-value, low-power, and short-distance wireless communication used for non-pu
blic wireless networks. " Technology improvements are imparting smaller and extra value effective gadgets for integra
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ting computational processing, wi-fi communique, and a bunch of other functionalities. These embedded communica
tions gadgets can be incorporated into applications ranging from place of origin security to industry automation and tr
acking. They will also allow custom tailored engineering solutions, growing a revolutionary manner of disseminating
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and processing records. With new technology and gadgets come new commercial enterprise activities, and the want f
or personnel in those technological regions. Engineers who have understanding of embedded structures and wi-fi com
munications might be in high demand. Unfortunately, there are few lovely environments to be had for improvement a
nd lecture room use, so students frequently do no longer study those technologies during palms-on lab sporting events.
The communique mediums were twisted pair, optical fiber, infrared, and normally wireless radio. 1 ARM based tota
lly LPC2148 2. 1.1 Introduction The LPC2148 microcontrollers are based on a 32/sixteen bit ARM7TDMI-S CPU w
ith real-time emulation and embedded hint aid, that combines the microcontroller with embedded excessive velocity fl
ash reminiscence ranging from 32 kB to 512 kB. A 128-bit extensive reminiscence interface and a unique accelerator
structure permit 32-bit code execution on the maximum clock charge. For vital code length packages, the opportunity
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16-bit Thumb mode reduces code by extra than 30 % with minimal performance penalty. Due to their tiny size and o
ccasional power consumption, LPC2141/2/4/6/8 are perfect for packages in which miniaturization is a key requiremen
t, which include access control and factor-of-sale. A combination of serial communications interfaces starting from a
USB 2. Zero Full Speed device, a couple of UARTS, SPI, SSP to I2Cs and on-chip SRAM of 8 kB as much as 40 kB,
make those devices thoroughly acceptable for conversation gateways and protocol converters, smooth modems, voice
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popularity and occasional quit imaging, supplying each huge buffer size and high processing energy. Various 32-bit t
imers, single or dual 10-bit ADC(s), 10-bit DAC, PWM channels and forty five speedy GPIO traces with up to 9 edge
or degree sensitive external interrupt pins make those microcontrollers specifically suitable for industrial manage and
medical systems. 2.1. 2 Features • 16/32-bit ARM7TDMI-S microcontroller in a tiny LQFP64 package. • 8 to forty k
B of on-chip static RAM and 32 to 512 kB of on-chip flash program memory. 128 bit wide interface/acceleratorenable
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s excessive speed 60 MHz operation. • In-System/In-Application Programming (ISP/IAP) via on-chip boot-loader so
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ftware program. Single flash zone or full chip erase in 400 ms and programming of 256 bytes in 1 ms. • Embedded I
CE RT and Embedded Trace interfaces offer real-time debugging with the on-chip Real Monitor software and excessi
ve pace tracing of practise execution. • USB 2.0 Full Speed compliant Device Controller with 2 kB of endpoint RAM.
In addition, the LPC2146/8 presents 8 kB of on-chip RAM handy to USB by DMA. • One or (LPC2141/2 vs. LPC2
144/6/8) 10-bit A/D converters offer a total of 6/14 analog inputs, with conversion times as low as 2. Forty four s acco
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rding to channel. • Single 10-bit D/A converter provide variable analog output. • Two 32-bit timers/external event co
unters (with four capture and four evaluate channels each), PWM unit (six outputs) and watchdog. • Low energy real-t
ime clock with impartial electricity and devoted 32 kHz clock enter. • Multiple serial interfaces which include UART
s (16C550), two Fast I2C-bus (four hundred kbit/s), SPI and SSP with buffering and variable records duration capabili
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ties. • Vectored interrupt controller with configurable priorities and vector addresses. • Up to 45 of 5 V tolerant fast
trendy reason I/O pins in a tiny LQFP64 package deal. • Up to 9 aspect or level sensitive outside interrupt pins availa
ble. • 60 MHz most CPU clock to be had from programmable on-chip PLL with settling time of 100 s. • On-chip inte
grated oscillator operates with an outside crystal in variety from 1 MHz to 30 MHz and with an outside oscillator as m
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uch as 50 MHz • Power saving modes encompass Idle and Power-down. • Individual allow/disable of peripheral fun
ctions in addition to peripheral clock scaling for Additional strength optimization. • Processor wake-up from Power-do
wn mode through outside interrupt, USB, Brown-Out Detect (BOD) or Real-Time Clock (RTC). • Single energy supp
ly chip with Power-On Reset (POR) and BOD circuits: – CPU running voltage variety of 3. 0 V to three.6 V (3. 3 V ±
10 %) with 5 V tolerant I/O Pads. 2.1.3 Applications • Industrial manipulate • Medical structures • Access control • P
oint-of-sale • Communication gateway • Embedded soft modem • General purpose applications 2. 1.Four Architectur
al overview The LPC2148 consists of an ARM7TDMI-S CPU with emulation assist, the ARM7 Local Bus for interfa
ce to on-chip reminiscence controllers, the AMBA Advanced High-performance Bus (AHB) for interface to the interr
upt controller, and the VLSI Peripheral Bus (VPB, a like minded superset of ARMs AMBA Advanced Peripheral Bus)
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for connection to on-chip peripheral features. The LPC2148 configures the ARM7TDMI-S processor in little-endian
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byte order. AHB peripherals are allocated a 2 megabyte variety of addresses at the very pinnacle of the 4 gigabyte A
RM memory space. Each AHB peripheral is allotted a sixteen kB address space inside the AHB cope with space. LPC
2148 peripheral features (aside from the interrupt controller) are related to the VPB bus. The AHB to VPB bridge inter
faces the VPB bus to the AHB bus. VPB peripherals also are allocated a 2 megabyte range of addresses, starting at the
3. 5 gigabyte deal with factor. Each VPB peripheral is allocated a sixteen kB cope with space in the VPB deal with ar
ea. The connection of on-chip peripherals to tool pins is controlled by means of a Pin Connect Block (see chapter "Pin
Connect Block" on web page 75). This ought to be configured with the aid of software program to in shape Specific a
pplication requirements for the usage of peripheral features and pins. ARM7TDMI-S processor The ARM7TDMI-S is
a wellknown reason 32-bit microprocessor, which offers excessive performance and very low electricity intake. The
ARM structure is based totally on Reduced Instruction Set Computer (RISC) principles, and the instruction set and rel
ated decode mechanism are a great deal simpler than the ones of micro programmed Complex Instruction Set Comput
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ers. This simplicity outcomes in a excessive education throughput and outstanding real- time interrupt reaction from
a small and price-effective processor core. Pipeline techniques are hired so that each one components of the processin
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g and reminiscence systems can perform constantly. Typically, whilst one education is being accomplished, its succ
essor is being decoded, and a third training is being fetched from reminiscence. The ARM7TDMI-S processor additio
nally employs a unique architectural strategy called THUMB, which makes it perfectly suited to excessive-volume pa
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ckages with reminiscence regulations, or applications wherein code density is an difficulty. The key idea at the back
of THUMB is that of a first rate-decreased practise set. Essentially, the ARM7TDMI-S processor has two preparation
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sets: • The popular 32-bit ARM practise set. • A sixteen-bit THUMB education set. The THUMB sets 16-bit practis
e period lets in it to technique two times the density of standard ARM code while preserving most of the ARMs perfor
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mance advantage over a conventional 16- bit processor the usage of sixteen-bit registers. This is viable because TH
UMB code operates at the equal 32-bit check in set as ARM code. THUMB code is capable of offer up to 65% of the
code length of ARM, and one hundred sixty% of the performance of an equivalent ARM processor connected to a 16-
bit reminiscence device. The ARM7TDMI-S processor is described in detail in the ARM7TDMI-S Datasheet that can
be found on respectable ARM internet site. On-chip Flash memory gadget The LPC2141/2/4/6/8 carries a 32 kB, sixty
four kB, 128 kB, 256 kB, and 512 kB Flash memory system respectively. This memory may be used for both code an
d information garage. Programming of the Flash memory may be completed in several approaches: over the serial buil
t-in JTAG interface, the usage of In System Programming (ISP) and UART0, or via In Application Programming (IAP
) capabilities. The application program, the usage of the IAP features, might also erase and/or application the Flash ev
en as the utility is strolling, allowing a extremely good diploma of flexibleness for information garage area firmware u
pgrades, and so on. When the LPC2148 on-chip boot loader is used, 32 kB, sixty four kB, 128 kB, 256 kB, and 500 k
B of Flash memory is available for person code. The LPC2148 Flash memory affords minimum of 100,000 erase/writ
e cycles and twenty years of statistics-retention. 2.2 On-chip Static RAM (SRAM) On-chip Static RAM (SRAM) may
be used for code and/or statistics garage. The on-chip SRAM can be accessed as eight-bits, sixteen-bits, and 32-bits.
The LPC2148 offer eight/16/32 kB of static RAM respectively. The LPC2148 SRAM is designed to be accessed as a
byte-addressed reminiscence. Word and halfword accesses to the reminiscence ignore the alignment of the address and
get admission to the certainly-aligned price this is addressed (so a memory get right of entry to ignores deal with bits
0 and 1 for word accesses, and ignores bit 0 for halfword accesses). Therefore legitimate reads and writes require reco
rds accessed as halfwords to originate from addresses with cope with line 0 being 0 (addresses ending with 0, 2, 4, 6, 8
, A, C, and E in hexadecimal notation) and records accessed as phrases to originate from addresses with address traces
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0 and 1 being 0 (addresses finishing with zero, four, eight, and C in hexadecimal notation). This rule applies to eac
h on and off-chip reminiscence utilization. The SRAM controller incorporates a write-returned buffer with a purpose t
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o prevent CPU stalls during returned-to-lower back writes. The write-again buffer usually holds the closing statistic
s despatched via software to the SRAM. This statistics is handiest written to the SRAM whilst some other write is ask
ed by way of Software (the records is only written to the SRAM when software program does another write). If a chip
reset happens, real SRAM contents will now not reflect the most latest write request (i. E. After a "warm" chip reset, t
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he SRAM does now not reflect the remaining write operation). Any software that exams SRAM contents after reset
ought to take this into consideration. Two same writes to a location assure that the statistics might be gift after a Reset.
Alternatively, a dummy write operation earlier than entering idle or electricity- down mode will further guarantee that
the last statistics written could be present in SRAM after a subsequent Reset. The LPC2141/2/4/6/8 contains several
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wonderful reminiscence regions, shown within the following figures. Figure 2 indicates the general map of the compl
ete deal with area from the user application viewpoint following reset. The interrupt vector place helps cope with rema
pping, that's defined later in this section. 2.2.1 LPC2141/2142/2144/2146/2148 memory re-mapping and boot block
Memory map principles and operating modes The basic idea at the LPC2141/2/four/6/8 is that each memory place ha
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s a "herbal" area inside the memory map. This is the address variety for which code dwelling in that area is written.
The bulk of each memory area remains completely constant inside the identical region, removing the want to have qua
ntities of the code designed to run in one-of-a-kind address stages. Because of the area of the interrupt vectors on the
ARM7 processor (at addresses 0x0000 0000 via 0x0000 001C, as proven in Table three under), a small part of the Bo
ot Block and SRAM areas want to be re-mapped in an effort to allow opportunity uses of interrupts within the excepti
onal running modes . 2.3 Memory re-mapping In order to permit for compatibility with destiny derivatives, the com
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plete Boot Block is mapped to the top of the on-chip reminiscence space. In this manner, the usage of large or small
er flash modules will not require converting the vicinity of the Boot Block (which might require converting the Boot L
oader code itself) or changing the mapping of the Boot Block interrupt vectors. Memory spaces other than the interrup
t vectors stay in constant locations. Shows the on- chip memory mapping in the modes described above. The part of
memory this is re-mapped to allow interrupt processing in one-of-a-kind modes consists of the interrupt vector area (3
2 bytes) and a further 32 bytes, for a complete of sixty four bytes. The re-mapped code locations overlay addresses 0x
0000 0000 thru 0x0000 003F. A typical consumer program within the Flash reminiscence can vicinity the whole FIQ
handler at cope with 0x0000 001C without any need to don't forget memory barriers. The vector contained within the
SRAM, outside memory, and Boot Block need to incorporate branches to the actual interrupt handlers, or to different i
nstructions that accomplish the department to the interrupt handlers. There are 3 reasons this configuration become se
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lected: 1. To supply the FIQ handler within the Flash memory the advantage of no longer having to take a memory
boundary resulting from the remapping into account. 2. Minimize the want to for the SRAM and Boot Block vectors t
o cope with arbitrary barriers within the middle of code area. Three. To offer space to shop constants for leaping beyo
nd the range of unmarried word branch instructions. Re-mapped memory regions, including the Boot Block and interr
upt vectors, keep to appear in their authentic region further to the re-mapped deal with. 4. Minimize the want to for th
e SRAM and Boot Block vectors to cope with arbitrary limitations inside the center of code space. Five. To provide a
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rea to store constants for jumping past the range of unmarried word department commands. Re-mapped reminiscenc
e areas, including the Boot Block and interrupt vectors, keep to appear in their original place further to the re-mapped
cope with. Features 1. GPIO will provide the path manage (whether the chosen pin is used as enter pin or output pin) o
f man or woman bits. It can be done with the aid of IODIR [1]. 2. We can set the values of register by writing one, pr
oduces high at the corresponding port pins, while writing 0 will don't have any impact. It can be done by the use of IO
SET. Whenever we use i. E. When we set any cost we ought to clear those bit using IOCLR. IOCLR will clear the part
icular bits we've got selected [1]. Three. After reset, by means of default all the I/O will act as input pins. 2.4Pin De
scription TheLPC2148 processor has totally four ports. 1. Port0 has 32 pins and all may be used as input/output. All pi
ns of this port can be used as popular reason enter/output. The number of pins to be had for input/output operation will
depends on the use of alternate features i. E. If we use much less exchange features more are the to be had enter/outpu
ts [1]. Port Pins P0.24,P0.26,P0.27 are not available. 2. Port1 has16 pins and all can be used as input/output. All pins o
f this port can be used as standard reason input/output. This is equal as port0, only distinction is this port has simplest
16pins where as port0 has 32 pins [1]. Pin Name Type Description P0. 0 – P0.31
P1.16 – P1. 31 Input/ Output General purpose input/output. The number of GPIOs available depends on the use of fun
ctions. Output General motive enter/output. The number of GPIOs to be had depends on using features. . 2.5 Register
Description As we seen inside the above table it's miles clean that LPC2148 has two 32-bit fashionable cause ent
er/output ports. For Port0 29 pins (24,26,27 are not available) out of 32 pins are available for GPIO functions and for
port1 handiest 16 (0-15pins are not available) out of 32 are available for GPIO features. Port0 and port1 are managed
with the aid of two groups of four registers (IOPIN, IOSET, IODIR and IOCLR) which are defined in detail beneath.
There are 4 registers related to the GPIO and are shown under: Generic Name Description Access Reset Value PORT0
Address & Name PORT1 Address & Name IOPIN GPIO Port Pin Value Register. The current status of the GPIO con
figured port pins can always be read from this register, regardless of pin direction and mode. Read Only NA 0xE0028
000 IO0PIN 0xE0028010 IO1PIN IOSET GPIO Port Output Set Register. This register controls the state of output pin
s along with the IOCLR register. Writing 1 produces highs at the corresponding port pins. Writing zeros has no effect.
Read/ Write 0x0000 0000 0xE0028004 IO0PIN 0xE0028014 IO1SET IODIR GPIO Port Direction Control Register.
This register is used to control the direction of each port pin. Read/ Write 0x0000 0000 0xE0028008 IO0DIR 0xE002
8018 IO1DIR IOCLR GPIO Port Output Clear Register. This register is used to control the state of output pins. Writin
g ones produces lows at the corresponding port pins and clears the corresponding bits in the IOSET register. Writing z
eros has no effect. Write Only 0x0000 0000 0xE0028008 IO0DIR 0xE0028014 IO1SET IOCLR GPIO Port Output Cl
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ear Register. This sign up is used to manipulate the country of output pins. Writing ones produces lows on the corre
sponding port pins and clears the corresponding bits inside the IOSET register. Writing zeros has no effect. 2.6 GPI
O Port Output Set Register: GPIO Output Set Register is a 32 bit check in used to make the specific bits to excessive s
tage output on the port pins if they are configured as GPIO in an output mode. Writing 1 makes a excessive level at th
e particular port pins, while writing zero will haven't any impact. If any pin is configured as enter then writing to IOSE
T has no impact. 0 will have no effect. IOSET Description Value after Reset 31:0 Output value SET bits. Bit0 in IOSE
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T corresponds to P0. 0.... Bit 31 in IOSET corresponds to P0. 4: GPIO Port Output Set Register (IOSET Register) [
1]. 2.7 GPIO Port Direction Register: GPIO Direction Register is a 32 bit check in used to govern the path of the pins
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whether the port pins used as input or output. If we write 1 then the corresponding port pin is chosen or used as outp
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ut. Direction bit for any pin have to be set in step with the pin functionality. 2.8 GPIO Port Output Clear Register: G
PIO Output Clear Register is a 32 bit sign in used to provide a low stage at port pins if they're configured as GPIO in o
utput mode. In this check in writing 1 will produce low level at the corresponding port pins and clears the correspondi
ng bits within the IOSET sign up, due to the fact once the bits are set the usage of IOSET sign in, they need to be mad
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e low by the usage of IOCLR sign in. Writing zero will haven't any effect. connected to 9th pin of port0 of the proces
sor [1]. IOSET Description Value after Reset 31:0 Output value SET bits. Bit0 in IOSET corresponds to P0. 0.... Bit 3
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1 in IOSET corresponds to P0. It has sixteen byte Transmit and Receive FIFOs. 2. It has integrated baud fee generat
or. 3. UART0 Register places are confirmed to 550 industry requirements. 2.9.1 Pin Description In LPC2148 we're
having most effective one UART that's UART0. Generally RS-232 is used as the UART0. In Every UART input is to
receive the facts and output is to transmit the statistics i. E. Receiver we will receive the input records and transmitter
will output the facts. TXD pin of UART0 is attached to eighth pin of port0 which is TDX1 of the processor and RXD
pin of UART0 is connected to ninth pin of port0 of the processor [1]. Table 2.7: UART0 PIN Description [1]. Register
Description UART0 of LPC2148 contains ten eight-bit registers [1]. All these registers are listed below: 1. UART0 R
eceive Buffer Register (U0RBR). 2. UART0 Transmitter Holding Register (U0THR). Three. UART0 Interrupt Enable
Register (U0IER). Four. UART0 Interrupt Identification Register (U0IIR). 5. UART0 FIFO Control Register (U0FC
R). 6. UART0 Line Control Register (U0LCR). 7. UART0 Line Status Register (U0LSR). 8. UART0 Scratch Pad Reg
ister (U0SCR). 9. UART0 Divisor Latch LSB (U0DLL). 10. UART0 Divisor Latch MSB (U0DLM). The below discer
n indicates all the registers of UART0 in conjunction with their bit description, their get right of entry to (whether or n
ot they're examine only or write handiest or each examine and write), their reset values and their deal with. 2.9.2 UA
RT0 Receiver Buffer Register: In order to get admission to UART0 Receiver buffer sign up, first of all we have to ma
ke the Divisor Latch Access Bit (DLAB) in Line Control Register (U0LCR) to zero. The UART0RBR is always read
most effective. We recognise that U0RBR is the pinnacle byte of the UART0 Rx FIFO. Here the top byte of the Rx FI
FO includes the oldest individual obtained and may be study through the bus interface and the LSB represents the olde
st acquired facts bit. In our challenge we're using the characters that are less than eight-bits. If the character is much le
ss than 8-bits, the unused MSBs must me padded with zeros [1] [9]. [9]. U0RBR Function Description Reset value 7:0
Receive Buffer Register The UART0 Receive Buffer Register contains the oldest received byte in the UART0 Rx FIF
O. Undefined Table 2. 9.2: UART0 Receive Buffer Register (U0RBR) [1]. UART0 Transmitter Holding Register: In
order to access UART0 Transmitter Holding Register, first of all we should make the Divisor Latch Access Bit (DLA
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B) that's present in Line Control Register (U0LCR) to zero. The U0THR is constantly write best. We recognize that
U0THR is the top byte of the UART0 Tx FIFO. Here the pinnacle byte is the most up-to-date character in the Tx FIF
O and may be written thru the bus interface. We recognise that the LSB represents the primary bit to transmit. In our
challenge we're maintaining our command (values given to the processor with a view to manage the devices) in UAR
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T0 Transmitter Holding Register. If the information gift within the UART0 THR suits with the predefined command,
we will get manage to monitor the devices at the board. We are setting the command in among “$A__@” to distingui
sh the next command with the preceding command [1] [9]. U0THR Function Description Reset value 7:0 Transmit Ho
lding Register Writing to the UART0 Transmit Holding Register causes the data to be stored in the UART0 Transmit
FIFO. The byte will be sent when it reaches the bottom of the FIFO and the transmitter s available. Undefined Table 2
. 10: UART0 Transmitter Holding Register (U0THR) [9]. UART0 Line Control Register: The UART0 Line Control R
egister determines the format of the data character that is to be transmitted or received. In our project U0LCR is used t
o get access to U0DLL, U0DLM, U0LCR and U0THR by using the DLAB bit. In our program we are using 8bit chara
cter length, 1 start bit with no parity. After setting the DLAB bit we can get access to set the baud rate. After setting th
e baud rate we have to disable this bit to keep the baud rate constant [1] [9]. UART0 Divisor Latch MSB Register: Wh
en we are using UART0 Divisor Latches, the DLAB bit present within the U0LCR have to be one. U0DLM together
with U0DLL is a 16-bit divisor. In this sixteen-bit divisor U0DLL will occupy the lower 8-bits and U0DLM can have
better 8-bits of the divisor. The UART0 Divisor Latch is a part of UART0 baud rate generator. It will divide the VPB
clock with a purpose to produce the baud price clock. Baud price clock need to be 16x the favored baud charge [1]. U0
DLM Function Description Reset value 7:0 Divisor Latch MSB Register The UART0 Divisor Latch MSB Register al
ong with U0DLL register determines the baud rate of the UART0. Undefined Undefined Pin characteristic Select sign
up 2 (PINSEL2 - 0xE002 C014) The PINSEL2 register controls the functions of the pins as consistent with the setting
s indexed in Table 62. The direction manipulate bit inside the IO1DIR sign in is powerful handiest whilst the GPIO c
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haracteristic is selected for a pin. For other features direction is managed automatically. Warning: use study-regulat
e-writeoperation while getting access to PINSEL2 sign up. Accidental write of zero to bit 2 and/or bit three results in
loss of debug and/or hint capability! Changing of both bit 4 or bit five from 1 to zero may additionally cause an incorr
ect code execution! Table 62: Pin feature Select check in 2 (PINSEL2 - 0xE002 C014) bit description Bit Symbol Val
ue Function Reset value 1:zero - - Reserved, user software need to now not write ones to reserved bits. The fee read fr
om a reserved bit is not defined. 2 GPIO/DEBUG 0 Pins P1. 31-26 are used as GPIO pins. 36-26 are used as a Debu
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g port. 3 GPIO/TRACE 0 Pins P1. 25-sixteen are used as GPIO pins. P1.20/TRACESYNC 1 Pins P1. 25-16 are u
sed as a Trace port. 31:4 - - Reserved, person software ought to now not write ones to reserved bits. The cost read fro
ma reserved bit isn't always described. CHAPTER-3 POWER SUPPLY All digital circuits require regul
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ated electricity deliver. In this text we are going to learn how to get a regulated fine supply from the mains deliver.
Figure 1 indicates the basic block diagram of a fixed regulated energy deliver. Let us undergo each block. 1)TRANS
FORMER A transformer includes two coils also referred to as as “WINDINGS” particularly PRIMARY & SECON
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DARY. They are connected together via inductively coupled electric conductors additionally known as as CORE. A
changing modern in the primary causes a exchange within the Magnetic Field in the center & this in flip induces an al
ternating voltage within the secondary coil. If load is applied to the secondary then an alternating cutting-edge will flo
at thru the weight. If we do not forget a perfect circumstance then all of the energy from the primary circuit will be tra
nsferred to the secondary circuit via the magnetic area. So The secondary voltage of the transformer depends at the nu
mber of turns within the Primary in addition to in the secondary. 2) Rectifier A rectifier is a tool that converts an AC s
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ign into DC sign. For rectification motive we use a diode, a diode is a device that lets in modern-day to bypass hand
iest in one path i. E. Whilst the anode of the diode is effective with appreciate to the cathode also referred to as as forw
ard biased situation & blocks modern-day inside the reversed biased circumstance. Rectifier can be categorised as fo
llows: 1) Half Wave rectifier. This is the only type of rectifier as you can see inside the diagram a half wave rectifie
r includes most effective one diode. When an AC signal is applied to it during the high quality half cycle the diode is a
head biased & cutting-edge flows thru it. But all through the negative half cycle diode is opposite biased & no present
day flows via it. Since best one 1/2 of the input reaches the output, it's far very inefficient for use in strength compone
nts. Half wave rectifier is pretty easy however it is very inefficient, for more performance we would love to use both
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the half cycles of the AC sign. This may be finished with the aid of the usage of a middle tapped transformer i. E.
We would should double the size of secondary winding & offer connection to the middle. So all through the high qual
ity half of cycle diode D1 conducts & D2 is in reverse biased circumstance. During the bad half of cycle diode D2 co
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nducts & D1 is reverse biased. Thus we get each the half of cycles throughout the load. One of the disadvantages of
Full Wave Rectifier layout is the necessity of the usage of a center tapped transformer, therefore increasing the dimen
sions & price of the circuit. This may be averted by using the use of the Full Wave Bridge Rectifier. As the name sug
gests it converts the overall wave i. E. Each the fantastic & the negative half of cycle into DC consequently it's far lots
extra green than Half Wave Rectifier & that too without the use of a center tapped transformer therefore lots extra pri
ce powerful than Full Wave Rectifier. Full Bridge Wave Rectifier includes four diodes namely D1, D2, D3 and D4.
During the superb half cycle diodes D1 & D4 behavior whereas in the negative half of cycle diodes D2 & D3 conduct
therefore the diodes hold switching the transformer connections so we get wonderful half of cycles inside the output. I
f we use a center tapped transformer for a bridge rectifier we will get both positive & negative half cycles that could a
ccordingly be used for producing constant high quality & fixed negative voltages. 3)FILTER CAPACITOR Even thou
gh half wave & full wave rectifier provide DC output, none of them gives a regular output voltage. For this we require
to smoothen the waveform obtained from the rectifier. This can be finished via the use of a capacitor at the output of t
he rectifier this capacitor is also called as “FILTER CAPACITOR” or “SMOOTHING CAPACITOR” or “RESERVO
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IR CAPACITOR”. Even after the use of this capacitor a small quantity of ripple will remain. We area the Filter Cap
acitor at the output of the rectifier the capacitor will charge to the height voltage at some stage in each half cycle then
will discharge its saved electricity slowly thru the load even as the rectified voltage drops to zero, as a consequence try
ing to keep the voltage as steady as viable. If we go on increasing the fee of the filter capacitor then the Ripple will lo
wer. But then the costing will boom. The price of the Filter capacitor relies upon at the contemporary consumed by wa
y of the circuit, the frequency of the waveform & the well-known ripple. Where, Vr= generic ripple voltage. ( must
now not be greater than 10% of the voltage) I= current fed on via the circuit in Amperes. F= frequency of the wavefor
m. A 1/2 wave rectifier has most effective one peak in a single cycle so F=25hz Whereas a full wave rectifier has Tw
o peaks in one cycle so F=100hz. 4) VOLTAGE REGULATOR A Voltage regulator is a device which converts vary
ing input voltage into a consistent regulated output voltage. Voltage regulator can be of two kinds 1) Linear Voltage R
egulator Also known as as Resistive Voltage regulator due to the fact they burn up the immoderate voltage resistively
as heat. 2) Switching Regulators. They modify the output voltage through switching the Current ON/OFF very ha
stily. Since their output is both ON or OFF it dissipates very low strength for this reason attaining higher efficiency in
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comparison to linear voltage regulators. But they are greater complex & generate high noise because of their switch
ing motion. For low stage of output energy switching regulators tend to be costly however for better output wattage th
ey're a whole lot less expensive than linear regulators. The maximum usually to be had Linear Positive Voltage Regul
ators are the 78XX series wherein the XX shows the output voltage. And 79XX collection is for Negative Voltage Re
gulators. After filtering the rectifier output the sign is given to a voltage regulator. The most input voltage that can be
carried out on the enter is 35V. Normally there is a 2-three Volts drop throughout the regulator so the enter voltage sh
ould be at the least 2-3 Volts better than the output voltage. If the enter voltage receives under the Vmin of the regulat
or because of the ripple voltage or because of some other cause the voltage regulator will no longer be able to produce
the ideal regulated voltage. 3 Circuit diagram: Fig 2. Three. Circuit Diagram of strength deliver
5) IC 7805: 7805 is an incorporated three-terminal high quality constant linear voltage regulator. It helps an enter v
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oltage of 10 volts to 35 volts and output voltage of five volts. It has a modern-day score of one amp although lower
contemporary fashions are available. Its output voltage is constant at five. 0V. The 7805 additionally has a integrated c
ontemporary limiter as a protection characteristic. 7805 is manufactured by means of many groups, together with Nati
onal Semiconductors and Fairchild Semiconductors. The 7805 will mechanically reduce output modern if it receives t
oo hot. The last two digits constitute the voltage; as an instance, the 7812 is a 12-volt regulator. The 78xx collection o
f regulators is designed to work in supplement with the 79xx series of bad voltage regulators in structures that provide
both tremendous and poor regulated voltages, since the 78xx series cannot alter terrible voltages in the sort of device.
The 7805 & seventy eight is one of the most commonplace and famous of the 78xx collection regulators, because it's s
mall element rely and medium-strength regulated 5V make it beneficial for powering TTL devices. 1. Specifications o
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f IC7805 CHAPTER-4 LCD MODULE To show interactive messages we're using LCD Module. We look at an wi
se LCD show of two lines,sixteen characters in step with line that is interfaced to the controllers. The protocol (handsh
aking) for the show is as shown. Whereas D0 to D7th bit is the Data strains, RS, RW and EN pins are the manage pins
and last pins are +5V, -5V and GND to offer supply. Where RS is the Register Select, RW is the Read Write and EN i
s the Enable pin. The show consists of inner byte-huge registers, one for instructions (RS=0) and the second for charac
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ters to be displayed (RS=1). It additionally contains a consumer-programmed RAM area (the character RAM) that
may be programmed to generate any favored individual that can be formed the usage of a dot matrix. To distinguish a
mong those data regions, the hex command byte eighty could be used to indicate that the show RAM deal with 00h ca
n be selected. Port1 is used to grant the command or statistics type, and ports three. 2 to3.Four provide sign up pick ou
t and study/write ranges. The display takes various amounts of time to perform the features as indexed. LCD bit 7 is
monitored for logic excessive (busy) to make sure the show is overwritten. Liquid Crystal Display also referred to as a
s LCD may be very useful in presenting user interface in addition to for debugging reason. The most commonplace ki
nd of LCD controller is HITACHI 44780 which offers a easy interface among the controller & an LCD. These LCD's
are quite simple to interface with the controller as well as are cost powerful. 2x16 Line Alphanumeric LCD Display T
he maximum typically used ALPHANUMERIC presentations are 1x16 (Single Line & sixteen characters), 2x16 (Dou
ble Line & sixteen individual in line with line) & 4x20 (4 traces & Twenty characters consistent with line). The LCD
calls for three manipulate strains (RS, R/W & EN) & 8 (or 4) records lines. The variety on facts lines depends on the
mode of operation. If operated in 8-bit mode then 8 statistics traces + 3 control lines i. E. Overall 11 strains are require
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d. And if operated in four-bit mode then 4 statistics traces + three manipulate strains i. E. 7 traces are required. Ho
w will we determine which mode to use? Its simple when you have enough statistics traces you can cross for 8 bit mo
de & if there may be a time constrain i. E. Display must be faster then we must use eight-bit mode because essentially
four-bit mode takes two times as more time in comparison to eight-bit mode. Pin Symbol Function 1 Vss Ground 2 Vd
d Supply Voltage 3 Vo Contrast Setting four RS Register Select 5 R/W Read/Write Select 6 En Chip Enable Signal 7-
14 DB0-DB7 Data Lines 15 A/Vee Gnd for the backlight 16 K Vcc for backlight When RS is low (0), the facts is to b
e treated as a command. When RS is high (1), the information being sent is considered as textual content information
which need to be displayed at the display screen. When R/W is low (zero), the information on the information bus is b
eing written to the LCD. When RW is high (1), this system is efficaciously analyzing from the LCD. Most of the insta
nces there's no want to examine from the LCD so this line can immediately be linked to Gnd thus saving one controlle
r line. The ENABLE pin is used to latch the facts present at the information pins. A HIGH - LOW sign is needed to lat
ch the records. The LCD interprets and executes our command at the immediately the EN line is introduced low. If yo
u in no way bring EN low, your preparation will never be performed. CHAPTER-5 GSM MODEM D
efinitions The phrases, “Mobile Station” (MS) or “Mobile Equipment” (ME) are used for mobile terminals Supporting
GSM offerings. A name from a GSM cellular station to the PSTN is called a “mobile originated name” (MOC) or “O
utgoing name”, and a name from a set community to a GSM cell station is known as a “mobile Terminated name” (M
TC) or “incoming call”. What is GSM? GSM (Global System for Mobile communications) is an open, virtual cell gen
eration used for transmitting cell voice and facts services. What does GSM offer? GSM helps voice calls and statistics
switch speeds of up to nine. 6 kbit/s, collectively with the transmission of SMS (Short Message Service). GSM operat
es in the 900MHz and 1. 8GHz bands in Europe and the 1. 9GHz and 850MHz bands in the US. The 850MHz band is
likewise used for GSM and 3G in Australia, Canada and many South American international locations. By having har
monised spectrum across maximum of the globe, GSMs international roaming capability permits customers to get ad
mission to the identical offerings whilst travelling overseas as at home. This gives customers seamless and identical n
umber connectivity in greater than 218 international locations. Terrestrial GSM networks now cover extra than 80% of
the sectors populace. GSM satellite roaming has additionally extended service get right of entry to to regions in which
terrestrial insurance isn't available HISTORY In 1980s the analog mobile telephone systems had been growing hastily
all for the duration of Europe, France and Germany. Each us of a described its very own protocols and frequencies to
paintings on. For example UK used the Total Access Communication System (TACS), USA used the AMPS generatio
n and Germany used the C-netz generation. None of those structures were interoperable and also they were analog in n
ature. In 1982 the Conference of European Posts and Telegraphs (CEPT) formed a have a look at institution referred t
o as the GROUPE SPECIAL MOBILE (GSM) The fundamental area this focused on changed into to get the cellular d
evice operating at some point of the arena, and ISDN compatibility with the potential to comprise any destiny improve
ments. In 1989 the GSM transferred the work to the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI. ) the E
TS described all of the requirements used in GSM. Three. BASICS OF WORKING AND SPECIFICATIONS OF G
SM – The GSM structure is nothing however a community of computers. The device has to partition to be had freque
ncy and assign handiest that a part of the frequency spectrum to any base transreceiver station and additionally has to r
euse the scarce frequency as frequently as viable. GSM uses TDMA and FDMA together. Graphically this can be sho
wn below – Fig 1. Representation of a GSM sign using TDMA & FDMA with admire to the transmitted strength. Som
e of the technical specifications of GSM are indexed underneath – Multiple Access Method TDMA / FDMA Uplink fr
equencies (MHz) 933-960 (fundamental GSM) Downlink frequencies (MHz) 890-915 (basic GSM) Duplexing FDD C
hannel spacing, kHz 2 hundred Modulation GMSK Portable TX energy, most / average (mW) 1000 / one hundred twe
nty five Power manage, handset and BSS Yes Speech coding and price (kbps) RPE-LTP / thirteen Speech Channels co
nsistent with RF channel: 8 Channel rate (kbps) 270. 833 Channel coding Rate half convolutional Frame length (ms) f
our. 615 GSM become originally described for the 900 Mhz range however after some time even the 1800 Mhz range
changed into used for cellular era. The 1800 MHz variety has its structure and specs almost identical to that of the 90
0 Mhz GSM technology however constructing the Mobile exchanges is less difficult and the excessive frequency Syne
rgy results add to the advantages of the 1800 Mhz variety. Four . ARCITECTURE AND BUILDIGN BLOCKS – G
SM is particularly constructed on 3 constructing blocks. (Ref Fig. 2) • GSM Radio Network – This is involved with th
e signaling of the machine. Hand-overs occur in the radio community. Each BTS is allotted a set of frequency channel
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s. • GSM Mobile switching Network – This community is involved with the storage of data required for routing and
provider provision. • GSM Operation and Maintenance – The venture done with the aid of it include Administration a
nd business operation , Security management, Network configuration, operation, performance control and preservatio
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n tasks. Fig.2 The primary blocks of the complete GSM device Fig. Three Transmitter for the voice sign Fig. 4
Receiver for the Voice signal The voice sign is sampled at 8000 bits/sec and is quantized to get a 13 bit decision simil
ar to a piece charge of 104 kbits/sec. This signal is given to a speech coder (codec) that compresses this speech right in
to a supply-coded speech sign of 260 bit blocks at a piece price of 13 kbit/sec. The codec achieves a compression ratio
of 1:eight. The coder also has a Voice activity detector (VAD) and comfort noise synthesizer. The VAD decides whet
her or not the modern-day speech frame contains speech or pause, this is flip is used to decide whether to show on or o
ff the transmitter below the manipulate of the Discontinuous Transmission (DTX). This transmission takes gain of the
truth that during a telephone communique both the parties not often talk on the equal time. Thus the DTX enables in r
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educing the energy intake and prolonging battery lifestyles. The lacking speech frames are changed by way of artifi
cial background noise generated with the aid of the consolation noise synthesize in a Silence Descriptor (SID) body. S
uppose a loss off speech frame takes place because of noisy transmission and it can not be corrected by the channel co
ding protection mechanism then the decoder flags such frames with a terrible frame indicator (BFI) In one of these cas
e the speech body is discarded and the usage of a technique called error concealment which calculates the following fr
ame based totally on the previous frame. CIPHERING CODES MS Authentication set of ruless – These algorithms
are stored in the SIM and the operator can decide which one it prefers the usage of. A3/8 The A3 generates the SRES
response to the MSCs random challenge, RAND which the MSC has received from the HLR. The A3 algorithm gets t
he RAND from the MSC and the name of the game key Ki from the SIM as input and generated a 32- bit output, the S
RES reaction. The A8 has a sixty four bit Kc output. A5/1 (Over the Air Voice Privacy Algorithm) The A5 set of rules
is the move cipher used to encrypt over the air transmissions. The move cipher is initialized for each frame sent with t
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he consultation key Kc and the no. Of frames being decrypted / encrypted. The identical Kc key's used at some poi
nt of the call but distinct 22- bit frame is used. TWO MAIN INTERFACES The two important interfaces are the AIR
and the ABIS interface. The figure shows the signaling between them. AIR INTERFACE – signaling among MS and
BTS ABIS INTERFACE – signaling between BTS and BSC Fig. Five Signaling between Air and Abis Interface A
IR INTERFACE The air interface is like the bodily layer within the version. The signaling schemes used in the AIR i
nterface are as follows – • BROADCAST CONTROL CHANNE (BCCH) o Broadcast Control Channel (BCCH) This
channel pronounces a sequence of records elements to the MS, inclusive of radio channel configuration, synchronizati
on statistics and so on. 1 FREQUENCY CORRECTION CHANNEL (FCCH) This channel contains records approxi
mately the correction in transmission frequency broadcasted to MS. 2 0SYNCHRONIZATION CHANNEL (SCH) It
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proclaims statistics for the body synchronization of a MS and facts to become aware of a BSC. 3 COMMON CON
TROL CHANNEL (BCH) This is a point to multi-factor signaling channel to address get entry to control features. Co
nsists of 3 channels – 4 RANDOM ACCESS CHANNEL (RACH) It is the Uplink component, accessed from the cell
stations in a cellular to ask for a dedicated signaling channel for 1 transaction. 5 ACCESS GRANT CHANNEL (AG
CH) It is the downlink portion used to assign a dedicated signaling channel. 6 NOTIFICATION CHANNEL (NCH)
It is used to tell cellular stations about incoming calls and broadcast calls. 7 DEDICATED CONTROL CHANNEL (
DCCH) • It is a Bi-directional factor to point signaling channel. Consists of three channels – 8 STAND ALONE DE
DICATED CONTROL CHANNEL (SDDCH) – Used for signaling between the BSS and MS when there is no energe
tic connection among them. 9 SLOW ASSOCIATED CONTROL CHANNEL (SACCH) – This channel needed to co
nstantly transfer information because it is taken into consideration as evidence of lifestyles of a bodily radio connectio
n. 10 FAST ASSOCIATED CONTROL CHANNEL (FACCH) – This channel is used to make additional band-width
to be had for signaling Multi-Tech line settings A serial hyperlink handler is set with the following default values (
manufacturing unit settings): autobaud, 8 bits information, 1 stop bit, no parity, RTS/CTS drift manipulate. Please use
the +IPR, +IFC and +ICF Commands to trade those settings. Commands constantly begin with AT (this means that A
Ttention) and end with a <CR> man or woman. Information responses and result codes Responses begin and give up
with <CR><LF>, besides for the ATV0 DCE response layout) and the ATQ1 (end result code suppression) commands
. If command syntax is wrong, an ERROR string is again. If command syntax is accurate however with a few wrong p
arameters, the +CME ERROR: <Err> or +CMS ERROR: <SmsErr> strings are lower back with distinct errors codes.
If the command line has been completed successfully, an OK string is returned. In some cases, along with “AT+CPIN
?” or (unsolicited) incoming activities, the product does now not Return the OK string as a reaction. Product Serial Nu
mber +CGSN Description: This command allows the user application to get the IMEI (International Mobile Equipmen
t Identity) of the product. Syntax: Command syntax: AT+CGSN Repeat last command A/ Description: This command
repeats the preceding command. Only the A/ command itself can not be repeated. Syntax: Command syntax: A/ Signal
Quality +CSQ Description: This command determines the obtained sign energy indication (<rssi>) and the channel bi
t blunders Rate (<ber>) with or without a SIM card inserted. Syntax: Command syntax: AT+CSQ Defined values: 0: -
113 dBm or much less 1: -111 dBm 30: -109 to –fifty three dBm 31: -51dBm or greater 99: not recognised or now not
detectable <ber>: 0…7: as RXQUAL values within the desk GSM 05. 08 ninety nine: no longer recognized or no long
er detectable New message indication +CNMI Description: This command selects the system for message reception fr
om the network. Syntax: Command syntax: AT+CNMI=<mode>,<mt>,<bm>,<ds>,<bfr> Read message +CMGR
Description: This command permits the application to read stored messages. The messages are read from the reminisc
ence selected with the aid of +CPMS command. Command syntax: AT+CMGR=<index> List message +CMGL Desc
ription: This command allows the software to read saved messages, through indicating the form of the Message to rea
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d. The messages are study from the memory selected by using the +CPMS command. Syntax: Command syntax: A
T+CMGL=<stat> Defined values: <stat> feasible values (fame of messages in reminiscence): Send message +CMGS
Description: The <address> discipline is the cope with of the terminal to which the message is despatched. To ship th
e Message, truely type, <ctrl-Z> man or woman (ASCII 26). The textual content can include all present Characters be
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sides <ctrl-Z> and <ESC> (ASCII 27). This command may be aborted the usage of the <ESC> person whilst gettin
g into textual content. In PDU mode, best hexadecimal characters are used („zero…nine,A…F).Syntax: Command syn
tax in text mode: AT+CMGS= <da> [ ,<toda> ] <CR> textual content is entered <ctrl-Z / ESC > The message referen
ce, <mr>, which is again to the utility, is allotted by way of the product. This range starts offevolved with zero and is i
ncremented through one for every outgoing message (a success and failure cases); it is cyclic on one byte (0 follows 2
55). Note: This quantity isn't always a storage wide variety. Delete message +CMGD Description: This command del
etes one or several messages from desired message storage (“BM” SMS CB „RAM storage, “SM” SMSPP garage „SI
M storage or “SR” SMS Status-Report storage). Syntax: Command syntax: AT+CMGD=<Index> [,<DelFalg>] Defin
es values (1-20) while the favored message garage is “BM” Integer type values within the range of vicinity numbers o
f SIM Message reminiscence When the favored message storage is “SM” or “SR”. <DelFlag> 0 Delete message at pla
ce <index>. 1 Delete All READ messages 2 Delete All READ and SENT messages three Delete All READ, SENT an
d UNSENT messages four Delete all messages. GPS (GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM) The Global Positioning S
ystem (GPS) is a U. S. Space-based totally radio navigation system that gives reliable positioning, navigation, and timi
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ng offerings to civilian users on a non- stop international basis -- freely available to all. For all and sundry with a G
PS receiver, the machine will offer area and time. GPS presents accurate area and time facts for a vast quantity of hum
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an beings in all climate, day and night, anywhere inside the world. The GPS is made from three parts: 1. Satellites
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orbiting the Earth 2. Control and tracking stations on Earth three. The GPS receivers owned by customers. GPS satell
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ites broadcast indicators from space which are picked up and identified by GPS receivers. Each GPS receiver then gi
ves three-dimensional location (latitude, longitude, and altitude) plus the time. 1. SPACE SEGMENT • 24+ satellites •
20,2 hundred km altitude • fifty five stages inclination • 12 hour orbital duration • five floor manage stations • Each sa
tellite tv for pc passes over a ground tracking station every 12 hours The GPS satellite system The area segment consis
ts of the orbiting GPS satellites or Space Vehicles (SV) in GPS parlance. The GPS design in the beginning called for t
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wenty-four SVs, this was modified to six planes with 4 satellites each. The orbital planes are centered at the Earth, no
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longer rotating with recognize to the distant stars. The six planes have approximately 55° inclination (tilt relative to
Earth's equator) and are separated by means of 60° right ascension of the ascending node (angle alongside the equator
from a reference factor to the orbit's intersection). The orbits are organized so that as a minimum six satellites are usua
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lly within line of sight from almost everywhere on Earth's surface. The complete constellation of 24 satellites that m
ake up the GPS space segment are orbiting the earth approximately 20,2 hundred km above us. They are continuously
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transferring, making complete orbits in less than 24 hours. These satellites are touring at speeds of approximately 7,0
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00 miles an hour. GPS satellites are powered via sun power. They have backup batteries onboard to preserve them r
unning in the occasion of a solar eclipse, whilst there is no solar strength. Small rocket boosters on every satellite tv fo
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r pc preserve them flying in an appropriate direction. Here are some other thrilling data approximately the GPS satel
lites (additionally referred to as NAVSTAR, the legit U. S. Department of Defense call for GPS): • The first GPS satel
lite was launched in 1978. • A full constellation of 24 satellites turned into achieved in 1994. • Each satellite tv for pc
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is built to remaining about 10 years. Replacements are constantly being built and released into orbit. • A GPS satell
ite tv for pc weighs approximately 2,000 pounds and is about 17 toes throughout with the sun panels prolonged. • Tra
nsmitter electricity is only 50 watts or much less. • The orbits are arranged in order that at any time, anywhere on Eart
h, there are as a minimum 4 satellites "visible" within the sky. • All satellites broadcast on the equal frequencies, 1. 5
7542 GHz (L1 sign) and 1. 2276 GHz (L2 signal). • The satellite community makes use of a CDMA unfold-spectrum
method wherein the low-bitrate message statistics is encoded with a excessive-rate pseudo-random (PRN) series that i
s distinctive for each satellite tv for pc. The receiver must be aware of the PRN codes for each satellite to reconstruct t
he actual message statistics. The C/A code, for civilian use, transmits facts at 1. 023 million chips per 2nd, whereas th
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e P code, for U. S. Military use, transmits at 10. 23 million chips in keeping with 2d. The L1 carrier is modulated by
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means of both the C/A and P codes, while the L2 service is most effective modulated by using the P code. The P co
de may be encrypted as a so-referred to as P(Y) code that is most effective to be had to military device with a proper d
ecryption key. Both the C/A and P(Y) codes impart the suitable time-of-day to the user 2. Control and tracking station
s on Earth Ground Stations (also called the "Control Segment") These stations reveal the GPS satellites, checking each
their operational health and their genuine function in space. The grasp floor station transmits corrections for the satell
ite tv for pc's ephemeris constants and clock offsets lower back to the satellites themselves. The satellites can then inc
orporate those updates within the signals they send to GPS receivers. There are five screen stations: Hawaii, Ascensio
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n Island, Diego Garcia, Kwajalein, and Colorado Springs. Each GPS satellite tv for pc often with a navigational repl
ace the usage of devoted or shared floor antennas (GPS dedicated floor antennas are placed at Kwajalein, Ascension Is
land, Diego Garcia, and Cape Canaveral). These updates synchronize the atomic clocks on board the satellites to insid
e some nanoseconds of each different, and alter the ephemeris of each satellite's internal orbital model. The updates ar
e created via a Kalman filter out, which uses inputs from the floor tracking stations, area climate statistics, and various
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different inputs. Satellite maneuvers are not unique through GPS standards. So to trade the orbit of a satellite tv for
pc, the satellite must be marked dangerous, so receivers will not use it in their calculation. Then the maneuver may be
performed, and the resulting orbit tracked from the ground. Then the brand new ephemeris is uploaded and the satelli
te marked wholesome again. . THE GPS receivers • Receiver determines region, speed, direction, and time • three sa
tellite tv for pc alerts are important to discover the receiver in 3D area • 4th satellite is used for time accuracy • Positio
n calculated within sub-centimeter scale Individuals may also buy GPS handsets which might be comfortably to
be had thru commercial outlets. Equipped with these GPS receivers, customers can as it should be discover where they
're and without problems navigate to wherein they want to head, whether or not strolling, driving, flying, or boating. T
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oday's GPS receivers are extraordinarily accurate, way to their parallel multi-channel layout. Garmin's 12 parallel c
hannel receivers are short to lock onto satellites while first turned on and they hold strong locks, even in dense foliage
or city settings with tall homes. Certain atmospheric elements and different assets of mistakes can affect the accuracy
of GPS receivers. Garmin® GPS receivers are correct to inside 15 meters on common. • Newer Garmin GPS recei
vers with WAAS (Wide Area Augmentation System) capability can enhance accuracy to much less than 3 meters on c
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ommon. No extra gadget or costs are required to take benefit of WAAS. Users also can get better accuracy with Diff
erential GPS (DGPS), which corrects GPS alerts to within a median of three to five meters. The U.S. Coast Guard ope
rates the most common DGPS correction service. This system includes a network of towers that acquire GPS signals
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and transmit a corrected sign through beacon transmitters. In order to get the corrected sign, customers should have
a differential beacon receiver and beacon antenna similarly to their GPS. Our ancestors had to visit quite extreme mea
sures to hold from getting misplaced. They erected huge landmarks, laboriously drafted unique maps and discovered t
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o read the celebs within the night time sky. Things are lots, plenty simpler nowadays. For less than $100, you can get
a pocket-sized gadget with a purpose to let you know exactly where you're on Earth at any moment. As long as you'v
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e got a GPS receiver and a clean view of the sky, you may by no means be misplaced again . The person segment is
composed of hundreds of heaps of U. S. And allied army customers of the comfy GPS Precise Positioning Service, an
d tens of millions of civil, business and scientific users of the Standard Positioning Service. In general, GPS receivers
are composed of an antenna, tuned to the frequencies transmitted with the aid of the satellites, receiver-processors, and
a relatively solid clock (often a crystal oscillator). They can also consist of a display for presenting vicinity and veloci
ty information to the user. A receiver is frequently defined by using its range of channels: this signifies how many sat
ellites it may display simultaneously. Originally restricted to four or 5, this has progressively multiplied over the year
s in order that, as of 2007, receivers generally have among 12 and 20 channels. The Global Positioning System is full-
size, high-priced and entails lots of technical ingenuity, however the essential principles at paintings are pretty simple
and intuitive. ¬When human beings communicate approximately "a GPS," they commonly imply a GPS receiver. The
Global Positioning System (GPS) is truly a constellation of 24 Earth-orbiting satellites The U. S. Navy advanced and c
arried out this satellite community as a navy navigation gadget, however quickly opened it as much as all people else.
Each of those three,000- to four,000-pound sun-powered satellites circles the globe making entire rotations every day
. The orbits are organized in order that at any time, anywhere on Earth, there are at the least 4 satellites "visible" insid
e the sky. A GPS receiver's job is to discover four or greater of these satellites, figure out the distanc¬e to every, and u
se this information to infer its very own region. This operation is based on a simple mathematical precept called trilate
ration. Trilateration in 3-dimensional area may be a touch complicated, so we're going to start with an explanation of s
imple two-dimensional trilateration. APPLICATIONS OF GPS • GPS has emerge as a mainstay of transportation str
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uctures worldwide, • Providing navigation for aviation, ground, and maritime operations. • Disaster relief and emer
gency services rely upon GPS for place and timing competencies of their existence-saving missions. • Everyday sports
such as banking, • Mobile phone operations, and even • The control of strength grids, are facilitated by way of the acc
urate timing supplied by GPS. • Farmers, surveyors, geologists and countless others perform their work more correctl
y, thoroughly, economically, and as it should be the usage of the loose and open GPS indicators. COMMANDS IN GP
S NMEA record Description GGA Global positioning system fixed data GLL Geographic position - latitude/longitude
GSA GNSS DOP and active satellites GSV GNSS satellites in view RMC Recommended minimum specific GNSS d
ata VTG Course over ground and ground speed NMEA file Description GGA Global positioning machine fixed recor
ds GLL Geographic role - latitude/longitude GSA GNSS DOP and energetic satellites GSV GNSS satellites in view R
MC Recommended minimal specific GNSS statistics VTG Course over ground and ground speed • • GGA--- Global P
ositioning System Fixed Data • Table 5-2 includes the values for the following example: • $GPGGA,053740. 000,250
3.6319,N,12136.0099,E,1,08,1.1,sixtythree.Eight,M,15.2,M,,0000*sixtyfour Table5- 2 GGA Data Format Name Exa
mple Units Description Message ID $GPGGA GGA protocol header UTC Time 053740. 6319 ddmm.Mmmm N/S in
dicator N N=north or S=south Longitude 12136. 0099 dddmm.Mmmm E/W Indicator E E=east or W=west Position
Fix Indicator 1 See Table five-3 Satellites Used 08 Range 0 to twelve HDOP 1. 1 Horizontal Dilution of Precision M
SL Altitude 63. 8 mters Units M mters Geoid Separation 15. 2 mters Units M mters Age of Diff. Corr. 2nd Null field
s while DGPS is not used Diff. Ref. Station ID 0000 Checksum *sixty four <CR> <LF> End of message termination •
Table five-three Position Fix Indicators • Value Description zero Fix not available or invalid 1 GPS SPS Mode, restor
ation valid 2 Differential GPS, SPS Mode, fix legitimate 3-five Not supported 6 Dead Reckoning Mode, repair legitim
ate • • GLL--- Geographic Position - Latitude/Longitude • Table 5-four contains the values for the subsequent example
: • $GPGLL,2503. 6319,N,12136.0099,E,053740.000,A,A*fiftytwo Table five-four GLL Data Format • Name Exampl
e Units Description Message ID $GPGLL GLL protocol header Latitude 2503. 6319 ddmm.Mmmm N/S indicator N
N=north or S=south Longitude 12136. 0099 dddmm.Mmmm E/W indicator E E=east or W=west UTC Time 053740.
000 hhmmss.Sss Status A A=statistics legitimate or V=facts not legitimate Mode A A=self sufficient, D=DGPS, E=
DR Checksum *52 <CR> <LF> End of message termination • • GSA---GNSS DOP and Active Satellites • Table
five-five contains the values for the following instance: • $GPGSA,A,three,24,07,17,eleven,28,08,20,04,,,,,2. Zero,1.1,
1.7*35 Table 5-5 GSA Data Format • Name Example Units Description Message ID $GPGSA GSA protocol header
Mode 1 A See Table five-6 Mode 2 three See Table five-7 ID of satellite tv for pc used 24 Sv on Channel 1 ID of sat
ellite tv for pc used 07 Sv on Channel 2 …. …. ID of satellite tv for pc used Sv on Channel 12 PDOP 2. 0 Position
Dilution of Precision HDOP 1. 1 Horizontal Dilution of Precision VDOP 1. 7 Vertical Dilution of Precision Checksu
m *35 <CR> <LF> End of message termination • Table 5-6 Mode 1 • Value Description M Manual- compelled to ope
rate in 2D or 3-d mode A Automatic-allowed to robotically transfer 2D/3D • Table five-7 Mode 2 • Value Description
1 Fix no longer to be had 2 2D three 3-D • • GSV---GNSS Satellites in View • Table 5-eight incorporates the values fo
r the following example: • $GPGSV,3,1,12,28,81,285,42,24,sixtyseven,302,forty six,31,54,354,,20,fiftyone,077,forty
six*seventy three $GPGSV,three,2,12,17,41,328,fortyfive,07,32,315,fortyfive,04,31,250,40,eleven,25,046,fortyone*7
5 • $GPGSV,three,three,12,08,22,214,38,27,08,onehundred ninety,sixteen,19,05,092,33,23,04,127,*7BTable 5-eight
GSV Data Format Name Example Units Description Message ID $GPGSV GSV protocol header Total range of messa
ges1 three Range 1 to three Message number1 1 Range 1 to a few Satellites in view 12 Satellite ID 28 Channel 1 (Ran
ge 01 to 32) Elevation eighty one levels Channel 1 (Range 00 to ninety) Azimuth 285 stages Channel 1 (Range 000 to
359) SNR (C/No) 42 dB-Hz Channel 1 (Range 00 to ninety nine, null whilst no longer tracking) Satellite ID 20 Chann
el four (Range 01 to 32) Elevation fifty one ranges Channel 4 (Range 00 to ninety) Azimuth 077 degrees Channel 4 (R
ange 000 to 359) SNR (C/No) 46 dB-Hz Channel four (Range 00 to ninety nine, null while now not tracking) Checksu
m *seventy three <CR> <LF> End of message termination • 1. Depending on the number of satellites tracked multiple
messages of GSV facts can be required. • • RMC---Recommended Minimum Specific GNSS Data • Table five-9 carri
es the values for the subsequent instance: • $GPRMC,053740. 000,A,2503.6319,N,12136.0099,E,2.69,79.Sixty five,1
00106,,,A*53 Table five-9 RMC Data Format Name Example Units Description Message ID $GPRMC RMC protoco
l header UTC Time 053740. 000 hhmmss.Sss CHAPTER-6 BUZZER A buzzer or beeper is an audio signaling device
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, which may be mechanical, electromechanical, or electronic. Typical uses of buzzers and beepers consist of alarms, t
imers and affirmation of person enter which includes a mouse click on or keystroke. FEATURES • The PB series are
high-performance buzzers with a unimorph piezoelectric ceramic detail and an essential self-excitation oscillator circu
it. • They exhibit extremely low power consumption in contrast to electromagnetic units. • They are built without swi
tching contacts to ensure lengthy existence and no electric noise. • Compact, yet produces high acoustic output with
minimum voltage. Mechanical A pleasure buzzer is an instance of a in basic terms mechanical buzzer. Electromecha
nical Early devices had been based totally on an electromechanical machine equal to an electric powered bell without t
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he metal gong. Similarly, a relay may be related to break its very own actuating modern-day, causing the contacts to
buzz. Often those gadgets had been anchored to a wall or ceiling to use it as a sounding board. The word "buzzer" co
mes from the rasping noise that electromechanical buzzers made. VOLTAGE BUZZER SOUND CONTROLS Whe
n resistance is attached in collection (as proven in illustrations (a) and (b)), bizarre oscillation might also occur when a
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djusting the sound extent. In this example, insert a capacitor in parallel to the voltage oscillation board (as proven in
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instance (c)). By doing so, strange oscillation can be prevented via grounding one facet. However, the voltage VB
brought to the voltage oscillation board must be within the maximum input voltage range, and as capacitance of three.
3F or greater need to be related. Electronic A piezoelectric detail may be driven by using an oscillating electroni
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c circuit or other audio signal source. Sounds typically used to indicate that a button has been pressed are a click, a
hoop or a beep. Electronic buzzers discover many packages in current days. Uses • Annunciation panels • Electronic
metronomes • Game indicates • Microwave ovens and different household home equipment • Sporting activities consi
sting of basketball video games MQ-2SMOKE SENSOR FEATURES * High sensitivity to LPG, natural gas , town
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gasoline * Small sensitivity to alcohol, smoke. * Stable and long existence * Simple pressure circuit APPLICATIO
N They are used in gasoline leakage detecting equipments in circle of relatives and industry, are appropriate for detect
ing of LPG, natural gasoline , town gasoline, keep away from the noise of alcohol and cooking fumes and cigarette sm
oke. SPECIFICATIONS A. Standard work circumstance Symbol Parameter name Technical condition Remarks Vc Ci
rcuit voltage 5V±0. 1 AC OR DC VH Heating voltage 5V±0. 1 ACOR DC PL Load resistance 20KQ RH Heater resis
tance 31 ±10% Room Tem PH Heating intake less than 800mw B. Environment situation Symbol Parameter name
Technical condition Remarks Tao Using Tem -10°C-50°C Tas Storage Tem -20°C-70°C RH Related humidity less t
han 95p. CRh O2 Oxygen attention 21%(trendy situation)Oxygen attention can have an effect on sensitivity minimu
m price is over 2% C. Sensitivity characteristic Symbol Parameter call Technical parameter Remarks Rs Sensin
g Resistance 10KQ- 60KQ (5000ppm methane ) Detecting attention scope: 2 hundred-10000ppm LPG,LNG Natural g
as, iso-butane, propane Town gas a (5000ppm/1000 ppm CH4) Concentration slope charge ^0. 6 Standard detecting c
ondition Temp: 20 °C ±2C Vc:5V±0. 1 Humidity: sixty five%±5% Vh: 5V±zero. 1 Preheat time Over 24 hour
Parts Materials 1 Gas sensing layer SnO2 2 Electrode Au 3 Electrode line Pt four Heater coil Ni-Cr alloy five Tubular
ceramic Al2O3 6 Anti-explosionStainless steel gauze community (SUS316 100-mesh) 7 Clamp ring Copper plating
Ni eight Resin base Bakelite nine Tube Pin Copper plating Ni Structure and configuration of MQ-2 gas sensor is sho
wn as Fig. 1 (Configuration A or B), sensor composed by way of TEL: micro AL2O3 ceramic tube, Tin Dioxide (Sn
O2) sensitive layer, measuring electrode and heater are fixed into a crust made through plastic and stainless steel inter
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net. The heater presents vital paintings situations for work of touchy additives. The enveloped MQ-5 have 6 pin ,fou
r of them are used to fetch indicators, and different 2 are used for offering heating contemporary. Humidity: sixty fiv
e%, O2 concentration 21 % RL=20k 0 Ro: sensor resistance at 1000ppm of H2 within the smooth air. Rs:sensor res
istance at numerous concentrations of gases. Ro: sensor resistance at 1000ppm of H2 in air at 33p. CRH and 20 degr
ee. Rs: sensor resistance at one-of-a-kind temperatures and humiditys. SENSITVITY ADJUSTMENT Resistance cos
t of MQ-5 is difference to numerous sorts and various concentration gases. So, When using this additives, sensitivity
adjustment is very necessary. We endorse that you calibrate the detector for 1000ppm H2 or LPG concentration in air
and use fee of Load resistance ( RL) about 20 K 0 (10K zero to 47K 0). When correctly measuring, the proper alarm p
oint for the gasoline detector must be determined after thinking about the temperature and humidity affect. Conclusio
n In this paper, we've proposed a novel approach of automobile monitoring and locking systems used to track the theft
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vehicle by the use of GPS and GSM generation. This device puts into the drowsing mode automobile dealt with wit
h the aid of the owner or legal individuals; in any other case is going to active mode. The mode of operations changed
via persons or remotely. When the robbery identified, the accountable people send SMS to the micro controller, then
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difficulty the control indicators to forestall the engine motor. After that all the doors locked. To open the doors or to
restart the engine authorized person desires to enter the passwords. In this technique, effortlessly tune the vehicleregi
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