Electronic communication engineering is utilization of science and math applied to practical problems in field of communication. It deals with electronic devices, circuits, basic electronics, analog and digital transmission and reception of data. It also deals with integrated circuits, microprocessor, satellite communication, antenna and wave progression, transmission and reception of voice and video. Without knowledge of electronics there’s no scope for other engineering. Many of students Take interest in Electronic and telecommunication Engineering since it is in more demand. E and TC engineers scope is wide as it consist of electrical, electronics and communication related work which are necessary in daily life. For helping out students we have provided several projects related to electronics, circuits, communication based phenomenon and others. The Projects which are provided by us is listed below.
We propose an innovative wireless street lighting system with optimized management and efficiency. Wireless communication uses ZigBee-based wireless devices which allow more efficient street lamp system management, thanks to an advanced interface and control architecture. It uses many sensors to control and guarantee the optimal system parameters; the information is transferred point-by-point using ZigBee transmitters and receivers and is sent to a control terminal used to check the state of the street lamps and to take appropriate measures in case of failure. The system allows substantial energy savings with increased performance and maintainability.
The microcontroller based digital lock is an access control system that allows only Authorized persons to access any restricted division. The major components include a keypad, LCD, and the micro controller AT89xx which belongs to the 89xx series of micro controllers . The system is fully controlled by the 8 bit microcontroller AT89C51 which has a 2Kbytes of ROM for the program memory. The electronic control assembly allows the system to unlock the device with a Password. A four digit predefined password needs to be specified the user. A 4x3 Matrix KEYPAD and a 16x2 LCD have been used here to set the password While unlocking, if the entered password from keypad matches with the stored password, then the lock opens and a message is displayed on LCD. Also an output pin is made high to be used for further purpose. As the program starts, string ‘Enter Password’ is Displayed on LCD. The keypad is scanned for pressed digits one by one. Every time, row and column of the key pressed is detected and the digit is displayed on LCD. If all the four digits match with set password, LCD displays ‘password is correct’ and the lock output pin goes high and the led glows. If the security code is wrong, ‘Wrong Password’ is sent to be displayed on LCD and the buzzer rings which is connected to the microcontroller. It has wide applications in the present world. It is mainly used for door alarms, equipment privacy locks, cell phones, computers and in many lock systems.
The main idea behind this project is to develop a nonintrusive system which can detect fatigue of the driver and issue a timely warning. Since a large number of road accidents occur due to the driver drowsiness. Hence this system will be helpful in preventing many accidents, and consequently save money and reduce personal suffering. This system will monitor the driver’s eyes using camera and by developing an algorithm we can detect symptoms of driver fatigue early enough to avoid accident. So this project will be helpful in detecting driver fatigue in advance and will gave warning output in form of sound and seat belt vibration whose frequency will vary between 100 to 300 Hz. Moreover the warning will be deactivated manually rather than automatically. So for this purpose a deactivation switch will be used to deactivate warning. Moreover if driver felt drowsy there is possibility of sudden acceleration or deceleration hence we can judge this by Plotting a graph in time domain and when all the three input variables shows a possibility of fatigue at one moment then a Warning signal is given in form of text or red color circle. This will directly give an indication of drowsiness/fatigue which can be further used as record of driver performance.
Though an entire industry has spurred around the lack of availability of safe drinking water in public places, the truth is that only a small percentage of the country’s population can afford the luxury of packaged water. A need that has been neglected by the government has given way to innovative initiatives to provide the populace clean and fresh drinking water. One among them is a New Delhi-based start-up JanaJal, which literally means ‘water for people’. The start-up has pioneered the concept of hybrid water dispensers, christened Water ATMs. . The start up is also considering introducing pre-paid cards so that there is no hassle of managing cash. “The initiative was started about eight years ago, while I was working on water treatment technologies. The idea of providing safe drinking water at an affordable cost struck me. Thereafter, we worked to develop these hybrid water ATMs,” says Agarwal. Typically, one water ATM requires an investment of about ?10 lakh which includes cost of equipment, taxes and installation costs. “Till date 25 have been set up and we now have an order book of over 1500 ATMs across several States including Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharastra and Gujarat. “If we execute these 1500 water ATMs the funding requirement is about Rs. 150 crore. We are looking at various sources, including the Prime Minister's Mudra Yojana to meet our funding requirements,” says the CMD. It has also bagged the mandate to install 100 ATMs on the river banks of the Ganga.“Our water ATMs are now functional in Pune, Nellore, Delhi, Varanasi, Siliguri and Chennai and more than 35 million litres of safe drinking water has been delivered thus far,” he concludes.