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Author Tigauan, Adrian ♦ Lupu, Eugen
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Wireless Remote Control System ♦ Zigbee Standard ♦ Light Intensity ♦ Minimal Power ♦ Sht11 Sensor ♦ Tsl230 Sensor ♦ Commercial Greenhouse ♦ Wireless Communication ♦ Reliable Data Exchange ♦ Zigbee Protocol ♦ Xbee Module ♦ Xbee-pro Module ♦ Zigbee Communication Protocol ♦ Key Component ♦ Coordinator Device ♦ Low-power Wireless Network Implementation ♦ Control Task ♦ Atmega328 Microcontroller
Abstract Abstract—This paper presents the design of a wireless remote control system based on the ZigBee communication protocol. Gathering data from sensors or performing control tasks through wireless communication is advantageous in situations in which the use of cables is impractical. An Atmega328 microcontroller (from slave device) is used for gathering data from the sensors and transmitting it to a coordinator device with the help of the XBee modules. The ZigBee standard is suitable for low-cost, low-data-rate and low-power wireless networks implementations. The XBee-PRO module, designed to meet ZigBee standards, requires minimal power for reliable data exchange between devices over a distance of up to 1600m outdoors. A key component of the ZigBee protocol is the ability to support networking and this can be used in a wireless remote control system. This system may be employed e.g. to control temperature and humidity (SHT11 sensor) and light intensity (TSL230 sensor) levels inside a commercial greenhouse. I.
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Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study