Infrared-Led based Wireless Data & Voice Communication with Circuit Diagram

For years, infrared LED has been merely a system for piping light around corners and into the inaccessible places to allow the hidden to be lighted. But now, infrared LED has evolved into a system of significantly greater importance and use. Throughout the world, it is now being used to transmit voice, television and data signals as light waves. Its advantages as compared with conventional coaxial cable or twisted wire pairs are manifold. As a result, millions of dollars are being spent to put these light wave communication systems into operation. Continue reading Infrared-Led based Wireless Data & Voice Communication with Circuit Diagram

Scalability of Ad Hoc Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks

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Dynamic Spectrum Access allows wireless users to access a wide range of spectrum which increases a node’s ability to communicate with its neighbors, and spectral efficiency through opportunistic access to licensed bands. Our study focuses on the scalability of network performance, which we define in terms of network transport capacity and end-to-end throughput per node, as the network density increases. Continue reading Scalability of Ad Hoc Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks

Wireless Sensor Actuator Network On Scaled Sustainable HVAC

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This project creates a wireless sensor actuator network for a scaled Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning controller rig that exists in Upson 126 in Professor Brandon Hencey’s Lab. This project is meant to facilitate data collection from the HVAC rig to Matlab software on a main PC by taking the full advantages of the wide spreading Xbee modules that operate on Zigbee protocol. This collected data helps to do further data analysis, model calibration and optimization without the need to wire a single component to the computer. Continue reading Wireless Sensor Actuator Network On Scaled Sustainable HVAC

Wireless Human Health Online Monitor

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This project creates a portable device implementing wireless technology and taking full advantage of the wide-spreading Internet to provide a convenient solution to monitor human health. The health information acquired on the portable side transmits to the server wirelessly and can be accessed all over the Internet in real-time. The end product turned out to be very portable and the wireless connection is responsive and solid. A significant number of possible further implementations can be developed with minor effort based on this project. Eventually, this project provides a low-price, easy-access human health monitor solution bridging the gaps between patients and doctors. Continue reading Wireless Human Health Online Monitor