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Vol. 128, Issue 5, May 2011, pp.66-72

 

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Online Remote Recording and Monitoring of Sensor Data Using DTMF Technology

 

Niladri Sekhar TRIPATHY, Sagarika PAL

Department of Electrical Engineering,

National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research, Kolkata,

[Under MHRD, Govt. of India], Block-FC, Sector-III, Salt Lake City,

Kolkata-700106, India

E-mail: niladri.tripathy@yahoo.com, spal922@yahoo.co.in

 

 

Received: 11 March 2011   /Accepted: 20 May 2011   /Published: 28 May 2011

 

Abstract: Different wireless application platforms are available for remote monitoring and control of systems. In the present paper a system has been described for online remote recording and monitoring of sensor data using DTMF (Dual Tone Multi Frequency) technology where acoustic communication has been implemented. One DTMF transceiver in the sensing system has been used to generate and decode the DTMF tone corresponding to the sensor output which in turn is received from the mobile phone in the user side. A separate DTMF decoder has been used in the user side to decode the received DTMF tone corresponding to the sensor output from the sensor side. Microcontroller has been used to store the decoded data from the sensor and to control the whole operation sequentially. Thus online remote recording and monitoring of the sensor data have been possible at any where in the coverage area of the mobile network. Experimental result shows good linearity between data output taken directly from the sensor side and that remotely from user side.

 

Keywords: Online remote recording and monitoring, Sensor data, DTMF Technology, Acoustic communication, Mobile network, Microcontroller

 

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