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Transmitter range is within the range of few mm. You must have seen on discovery channel that the people used to connect a tag to animal and then they used to monitor their location so that they can study their behaviour. With the advancement of technology same rfid’s are becoming popular.AMBALA ROAD. The Indian Government has approved the report of the expert’s committee regarding Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) and a nationwide functioning of the technology on the NH is expected to start by May. Advanced receivers have Real time clock with enough memory to store the data and later on the data can be transmitted to pc when it’s memory is full. Transmitter dose not require any power supply it receives it. . modern rfid consists of a transmitter and a receiver.s antenna coil attached to it.receiver will have a display device normally a lcd and a data port from where data can be sent to pc. RFID based Highway Toll Collection will ensure seamless travel on National Highways (NH) throughout the I a very small antenna coil and has a very low transmitting range. 2012. KAITHAL-136027 INTRODUCTION: As we all know that today is world of automation and the automation using the RFID technology is very popular.s power solely from it. RFID based Highway Toll Collection system allows vehicles to go through toll booths without halting and the toll amount gets deducted from the rechargeable account on record.

analyze. OBJECTIVE: The objective of this project is to understand. design and develop a system in handling of toll functioning using technology that assist assists in streamlining the movement of traffic. METHOLODGY: This is a very important application of RFID(Radio Frequency Identification).This will provide a uniform inter-operable ETC arrangement for paying tolls. The block diagram of this project is shown below. .

The stickers are designed to be tamperresistant with a long life. it also has high reliability of identification.The basic working of this project can be understood as follow: • Passive Tags: These are also known as the transponders and are used for toll collection by the system. Moreover. it is cost-effective . These tags can be easily installed by just sticking it on the windscreen of the vehicle. RFID technology is free of maintenance since the passive tag used in the system does not need a battery.

• Central Toll Clearing House (CTCH): CTCH has been planned to handle the financial matters regarding toll collection like toll debiting. this is highly reasonable compared to other technologies wherein the cost of onboard unit ranges from Rs. recharging. all the NH toll booths throughout the country will be outfitted with the readers to read the tags.2000 and that of reader varies from Rs. Whenever a vehicle passes through the ETC track of any of the toll booths.2 Lac to Rs. Some of them are listed below: 1 Bus route application. • Pre-paid System: Using these pre-paid systems.1000 to Rs.when compared to the other alternatives. Accordingly.2 Lac for a single toll booth. vehicle possessors can recharge the vehicle’s account by considering the RFID tag number as the account number. etc. A single tag is priced at around Rs. 2 Attendence register 3 Inventry application .5 Lac. APPLICATIONS: This project has various application. the appropriate toll amount will be deducted from the account. payment to the toll booths.100 and the reader is priced at Rs. Appropriate software will be installed at the toll booths which will be connected to CTCH through WAN.

4 Security application 5 Rfid can be given to any living or non living thing which need accountabilitry. RFID CARD 2. MICROCONTROLLER(8051) . LIMITATIONS COST: Most of the commercial available rfid tags and receiver are costly and is not possible by students to develop such devices . even components required are not easily available. READER 3. COMPONENTS The major components used in this project are 1.

RF RECEIVER 6. LCD MODULE(16*2) 5. Laxmi Publication. Sahdev “Electronics Devices and Circuit”.4.K. RF TRANSMITTER 7. . SENSOR 8. LCD REFERENCES REFRENCE BOOKS: S.

com Rai Publications. WEB REFRENCES: http://www.Sanjeev Gupta “Electronics Devices and Circuits” .New .

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