Wireless Control of a Robot Using FPGA by 90wJ25m

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									Wireless Control of a Robot
       Using FPGA

         Project Team:
         Amit K Singh
         Sudip Pathak
Wireless Control of a Robot Using FPGA

Abstract:
   Today, research in intelligent machines and robots is
conducted very widely and we foresee a wide scope for this
area in the next few years. The applications are used in search,
industries, space and terrestrial operations. Discrete logic
devices (VLSI or SSI), programmable devices (PALs or PLDs),
and Masked Programmed Gate Arrays(MPGA) or Cell-Based
ASICs are the most commonly used devices for these intelligent
machines.
   FPGAs offer a much less expensive, re-configurable chips
that can implement thousands of gates of logic in a single IC.
Using this new concept and technology, this project is to design
a more efficient and less risky system - wireless control of a
robot.
Wireless Control of a Robot Using FPGA
   Wireless Control of a Robot Using FPGA
Project Scope:
Industrial Use:
• Hazardous and potential risk works
   – Nuclear, Environmental, Chemical and Biological Cleaning
• Potential replacement of Human Labor Work Force:
   – Welding
   – Load Shifting


Research Works:
• Natural Exploration
• Naval Exploration
• Rescue Operation
• Natural resources exploration
  Wireless Control of a Robot Using FPGA

Required Materials:
Hardware:
• 10K70 FPGA and 10K20 Altera FPGA boards
• Function generator
• VGA Monitor and Keyboard
• Small Robot ( at least 3/4 motors should be
  working)
• Circuit box with Wires, LEDs and Switches
Wireless Control of a Robot Using FPGA

Hardware (contd…)
Electrical Components (Phototransistors, Resistors,
Capacitors, Antennas, Diodes)

Software:
• Altera MaxPlus II
• Spice
• Matlab

								
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