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Title: Mobile Operated Metal Detector Robot
Author(s): Md. Mayn Uddin, Hosne Mikat, Amith Chandra Deb Nath
Pages: 1-4 Paper ID:173006-5151-IJET-IJENS Published:December, 2017
Abstract: A new integrated device is introduced which is used for controlling a Robot by using DTMF technology as well as detecting metal objects. Conventionally, wireless-controlled Robot uses RF circuits which have the drawbacks of limited working range, limited frequency range and limited control. The usage of a mobile phone to control Robot can overcome these limitations. A high sensitive induction type metal detector is designed and fixed to this robot. Buzzer is used for getting alarm in the presence of metal objects and video transmission system is used for observing the surrounding area of the robot. The metal detector can detect buried coins, gold, weapons such as knives and guns especially at airports, landmines and consists of a circular horizontal coil assembly held just above the ground. It is also used to detect foreign bodies in food and in the construction industry to detect steel reinforcing bars in concrete and pipes and wires buried in walls and floors and 'treasure hunting'. The proposed device is cost-effective, user friendly, reliable and uses GSM technology.
Keywords: DTMF (Dual Tone Multiple Frequency), Robotic Car, Landmine Detection, Metal Detector.
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Title: Limited Energy Utilization Routing for Efficient Energy Optimization in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
Author(s): Maddhi Sunitha, Podili V.S.Srinivas, Temberveni Venugopal
Pages: 5-10 Paper ID:173206-8484-IJET-IJENS Published:December, 2017
Abstract: A various type of energy-aware efficient routing protocols were recommended to look for the energy efficiency routes in the multi-hop wireless networks. Every proposed energy efficient routing techniques may not be able to provide the assurance of the energy efficiency of their routes. In this paper we propose a Limited Energy Utilization (LEU) Routing based on the energy efficient node selection from the neighbors inside of the limited energy utilization for efficient power utilization in MANET. The routing algorithm ensures to find the maximum radius of transmission can be made based on the limited energy utilization. The LEU routing computes the maximum energy distance (MED) based on limited energy can utilize to reach the maximum hop node in the route. This helps in reducing the energy consumption by the intermediate node and provide efficient power optimization routing. The experimental evaluation results confirm that LEUR is energy optimized in comparison to the existing protocol and also efficient for large scalable dynamic networks.
Keywords: Energy efficient, Limited Energy, Energy optimization, MANET.
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