gsm controlled robot with obstacle avoidance using ir sensors

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  • 1.Project presentation on Gsm controlled robot with obstacle avoidance using ir sensors Submitted by: V.Rahul T.Sneha O.Srinath

2. CONTENTS Introduction Basic blockdiagramof project Schematicdiagram Technology used Componentsused Working mechanism Softwareused Algorithm Advantages anddisadvantages Applications Futurescope Conclusion References 3. INTRODUCTION In this project, the robot is controlled by a mobile phone that makes a call to the mobile phone attachedto the robot. WHAT IS DTMF? Dual Tone Multiple Frequency The received tone is processed by the microcontrollerwiththe help of DTMF decoder. The microcontroller then transmits the signal to the motor driver ICs to operate the motors & our robot starts moving. 4. BASIC BLOCK DIAGRAM OF THE PROJECT TELEPHONE DTMF DECODER POWER SUPPLY ATMEGA8 MICRO CONTROLLER IR SENSOR L293D IC MOTOR MOTOR 5. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM 6. TECHNOLOGY USED DTMF Dual Tone Multiple Frequency The versionof DTMFused for telephonedialing is knownas touchtone. DTMFassignsa specificfrequency (consisting of two separate tones) to eachkeysthatit can easilybe identifiedby the electroniccircuit. DTMF assigns a uniquesound to each key. Keysare arrangedin a matrix of 4 columns and 4 rows. 7. The signal generated by the DTMF encoder is the direct algebraic submission, in real time of the amplitudes of two sine (cosine) waves of different frequencies, i.e., pressing5 will send a tone made by adding1336 Hz and 770 Hz to the otherend of the mobile. 8. COMPONENTS USED ATMEGA8 MC DEVELOPMENT BOARD DTMF DECODER HT9170D IC IR SENSOR-LM358 IC MOTOR DRIVING IC-L293D IC GSM MOBILES MOTORS 9. WORKING MECHANISM Controlof robot involves4 different phases: a) Perception b) Processing c) Action d) Detection 1.PERCEPTION First part is to make a call to the mobilephonewhichis attached to the robot. Next partis the decoding of DTMFtone generatedby pressinga key in calling phone. Audiosignal output fromreceivingphoneis fedto DTMFdecoderchip. DecoderchipconvertsDTMFtoneintobinary codesto be fedto microcontroller. HT9170D IC usedas DTMFdecoder in our project. 10. TRUTH TABLE FOR DTMF DECODER 11. 2. PROCESSING Afterperceptionstage,microcontrollerprocessesthebinary codesit receives. Microcontrollerispre-programmedin EmbeddedC to performspecifictaskaccordingto inputbits. AtmelsATmega8is usedfor processing 3. ACTION Finalstageisrotationof motorsbasedon inputgivenby the microcontroller. Inthisprojectwehaveused5 keysforcontrollingtherobotandtheirdualtonesare Key's on mobile Operation Low frequency High frequency 1 "FORWARD" 697 1209 2 "BACKWARD" 697 1336 3 "TURN RIGHT" 697 1477 4 "TURN LEFT" 770 1209 5 "STOP" 770 1336 12. 4. DETECTION For obstacledetection,a IR transmitterand receiveris used When the obstaclecome near the robot,the IR transmitterwilltransmitthe IR rayson the objectand the objectwill reflect the IR raysto the IR receiver. The IR receiverwill receivethe IR raysand it will activatethe microcontrollerand performitsspecified task. In thisproject whenkey "1" is pressedthe robotmovesin forwarddirectionand while movingin the forwarddirectionif the robot has come acrossan obstaclethenthe robot stops and we can control the robotwith othercommands 13. SOFTWARE USED The code is writtenin EmbeddedC language Hexcode for Atmega8 is generated by using ATMEL STUDIO6.0 The next software we used is PROTEUS 7.7 PROFESSIONAL for circuit schematic designand layout design. Finally we have used PROG ISP software for dumping the hex code generated into the hardware 14. ALGORITHM STEP 1: START STEP 2: DECLARE VARIABLES STEP 3: SET PORT B AS I/P PORT STEP 4: SET PORT D AS I/P PORT STEP 5: SET PORT C AS O/P PORT STEP 6: ACCEPT INPUT IF I/P IS 0X05 THEN MOVE MOTOR IN FORWARD DIRECTION IF I/P IS 0X0A THEN MOVE MOTOR IN BACKWARD DIRECTION IF I/P IS 0X01 THEN MOVE MOTOR TO RIGHT IF I/P IS 0X04 THEN MOVE MOTOR TO LEFT IF I/P IS 0X00 THEN STOP MOVING MOTOR STEP 7: STOP 15. ADVANTAGES This wirelessdevice has noboundationof range andcan be controlledas far as network of cell phone Usedto control house holdappliances In industries and factories for remotesensing Using 3g technology we canspy a place DISADVANTAGES Not at all usefulif we do not have network Call charges Headphoneswhich wouldbe damaged very frequently 16. APPLICATIONS ScientificUse Military and Law Enforcement Search and Rescue Forest Conservation 17. FUTURE SCOPE Password Protection Alarm-Phone Dialer Adding a Camera Adding a microphone 18. CONCLUSION This project hadthe goal of manipulating different parts of the robot to make it react accordingto our desire. Conventional radio frequency robot control techniques haddisadvantages like, limitedworkingrange,and limitedfrequencyandbandwidthranges, andwith less operational control. In this project usingmobile phonefor robotic control hadwide working ranges with highcontrol, less interference with intense accessibility. Project can also be subjected to standardizationand hencehas a good future scope


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