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MOBILE PHONE SYSTEM WITH REMOTE MONITORING SECURITY

FOR HOME ENVIRONMENT

PROJECT REPORT - (PHASE-II)

By

P. DILIPSIVAM Reg. No: 283775021


G. KARAMCHAND Reg. No: 283775038
T. BALAJI Reg. No: 283775110

Under the guidance of

Mr. K. KISHORE

Project report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements


For the degree of

Bachelor of Technology
In
COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Of
Pondicherry University

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING


CHRIST COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
PONDICHERRY UNIVERSITY
PUDUCHERRY – 605 010.
May 2011
CHRIST COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY
PUDUCHERRY-605010

DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING

BONAFIDE CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that the Project Report entitled “MOBILE PHONE SYSTEM WITH
REMOTE MONITORING SECURITY FOR HOME ENVIRONMENT” is a bonafide
record of work done by Mr. G . KARAMCHAND (Register no. 283775038), IV year B.Tech,
in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Technology (Computer
science and Engg.) in Department of Computer Science, Pondicherry University.

Head of the Department Staff-in-Charge


Professor and Head, Lecturer,
Dept. of Computer science and Engineering. Dept. of Computer science and Engineering.
Christ college of Engineering & Technology,, Christ college of Engineering & Technology
Pondicherry University. Pondicherry University.

Submitted for the University Examination held on ________________

Internal Examiner External Examiner

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
I express my deep sense of gratitude to my beloved Guide, Mr. K. KISHORE , Lecturer,
Department of Computer Science, for her excellent guidance, constant encouragement and
centering efforts, which helped me to complete my Project Report successfully. I am glad to say
that I was very much inspired by our guide’s care and interest to shape us to acquire sound
knowledge.

I express my profound gratitude to my Professor Mr. N.BASKARANE, Head of the


Department, Computer science, a renowned and a personified connoisseur, for supporting me in
fulfilling the Project Report targets and for providing the necessary lab facilities.

I would like to thank Mr. V.HARI HARUN, senior lecturer, Department of computer
science for giving a positive feedback about the proposed system, which boosted my hopes to
complete the project.

My gratitude also extends to all the teaching and non-teaching staff of the Department
of Computer Science, for all the assistance they rendered so willingly, to help me in completing
my Project Report.

I thank all of those friends and seniors who helped me directly or indirectly in making my
Project Report a success.

I am extremely thankful to my family members for their motivation and support


throughout my career.

Last but not the least I whole heartedly thank the Almighty for being with me throughout
my career.
- G. KARAMCHAND

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ABSTRACT

This paper presents a system of the PC remote Controlling with the Mobile Telephone
through accessing the main PC ports; USB, serial and parallel. USB port for transferring jpeg file
from webcam to pc and Serial port for transferring data from Mobile phone to PC and parallel
port for interfacing PC with real time controlling hardware. The system is implemented by using
the VOICE call as associated with all modern mobile phone devices and mobile
telecommunication networks. The software for system is divided into four parts; Mobile to PC
through serial port is a general commercial program that associated with the Nokia mobile
devices, second PC to relay board through parallel port is also a general commercial program
that associated with the microcontroller, third webcam to PC trough USB is a driver program that
associated with the sensor, fourth which access VOICE file and control all parts of system is
designed by using J2EE. Such idea is quiet new and represents the ability of anyone who has
Mobile and PC to control remotely major devices in his/her home, office and etc.

IV
LIST OF FIGURES
FIGURE NO DESCRIPTION PAGE NO.
Figure 3.1 Embedded Systems 15
Figure 4.1 Block Diagram 16
Figure 5.1 Two serial ports on the back of a PC 18
Figure 5.2 Pin outs of parallel port 26
Figure 5.3 Schematic diagram of the Parallel port 37
Figure 6.1 Schematic of Final Control Element 38
Figure 6.2 Simple Schematic Of Sms Based Control. 40
Figure 6.3 Updating bit of Relay Register 44
Figure 6.4 Logic LL Extending Control to Appliance 46
Figure 6.5 Telephonic Control of appliances 47
Figure 6.6 Simple Schematic of Alarming by Fire and Intruder Detection 53
Figure 6.7 Sensor Circuit
55
Figure 7.1 Architecture 89
Figure 8.1 Components 15
Figure 9.1 Hardware Interconnection 16
Figure 9.2 Block Diagram of a Regulate Power Supply System 18
Figure 9.3 Transformer 26
Figure 9.4 Transformer + Rectifier 37
Figure 9.5 Transformer + Rectifier + Smoothing 38
Figure 9.6 Transformer + Rectifier + Smoothing + Regulator 40
Figure 9.7 Transformer 44
Figure 9.8 Bridge Rectifier 46
Figure 9.9 Smoothing 47
Figure 9.10 Voltage Regulator 53
Figure 9.11 Zener diode 55
Figure 9.12 Micro controller AT89 series 89

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FIGURE NO DESCRIPTION PAGE NO.
Figure 9.13 AT89 Architecture 37
Figure 9.14 Pin layout of At89s8252 38
Figure 9.15 Reset circuit 40
Figure 9.16 Relays 44
Figure 9.17 Electromechanical Relay 46
Figure 9.18 Relay Circuit 47
Figure 9.19 Pin Configuration of ULN2003 53
Figure 9.20 Relay Driver using ULN2003 55
Figure 9.21 Sensor 89

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LIST OF TABLES

TABLES NO DESCRIPTION PAGE NO.

Table 5.1 Serial port description 15


Table 4.1 Pin Outs of Parallel port 16
Table 5.1 Two serial ports on the back of a PC 18
Table 6.1 Coding of Appliances 26
Table 6.2 Truth Table for Logical LL Requirements 37

VII
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Acknowledgement iii
Abstract iv
List of figures v

1. OVERVIEW
1.1. About the Project 1
1.2. Organization of report 1

2. REQUIREMENT ANALYSIS
2.1 Resources Required 3
2.2 Environment resources 3
2.2.1 Hardware Requirements 3
2.2.2 Software Requirements 4

3. INTRODUCTION TO EMBEDDED SYSTEM


3.1. Introduction 5
3.2. Component of Embedded System 6
3.3. Characteristics 7
3.4. Classification 8
3.5. Summary
4. Overview of Thesis
4.1. Block Diagram 14
4.2. Power Supply 14
4.3. Interfacing Unit 16
4.4. Output Section 19
4.5. Summary 20

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5. System Interface
5.1. Serial Port Details 25
5.2. Parallel Port Details 28

6. SURVEY WORK
6.1. Introduction 25
6.2. Telephonic method of control 28
6.3. Email based control 30
6.4. Fire and intruder alerting 87
6.5. Literature Survey And Existing Systems 33
6.6. Summary 48

7. PROBLEM DEFINITION AND MOTIVATION


7.1. Problem Definition 50
7.2. Motivation 50
7.3. Application 53

8. SYSTEM ANALYSIS AND DESIGN


8.1. System Analysis 55
8.2. System Design 57
8.3. Scope of the Project 60
8.4. Summary 60

9. IMPLEMENTATION
9.1. Introduction 62
9.2. Implementation Details 63
9.3. Project Implementation And Work Flow 65
9.4. Summary 65
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10. TESTING
10.1. Introduction 66
10.2. Testing Strategies 67
10.3. Test Procedure 67
10.3.1 System Testing 68
10.4. Test Case and Output 68
10.4.1 Unit Testing 68
10.4.2 Functionality Testing 69
10.4.3 Performance Testing 69
10.4.4 Stress Testing 69
10.4.5 Structured Testing 70
10.5 Integration Testing 70
11. CONCLUSION AND FUTURE ENHANCEMENTS
11.1. Conclusion 71
11.2. Future Enhancements 71

REFERENCES (72-73)

APPENDIX A- GLOSSERY 74

ADDRESS FOR COMMUNICATION 76