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Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
Gsm based m2 m system design & implementation using p soc
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  1. GSM Based M2M System Design & Implementation Using PSoC Under The Guidance of Dr. Avireni Srinivasulu Sharat Chandra ME/ECE/1010/09 DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMM. ENGG. BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY MESRA-835215, RANCHI 1 2011
  2. INTRODUCTION M2M(Machine to Machine) is about enabling the flow of data between machines and machines and ultimately machines and people. M2M(Machine to Machine)refers to technologies that allow both wireless and wired systems to communicate with other devices of the same ability. Machine-to-Machine (M2M) means no human intervention when devices are communicating end-to-end. Also termed as Machine to Mobile, Machine to Man, Mobile to Mobile & Vice- Versa. 2
  3. WHAT IS M2M? 3
  4. WHY GSM BASED M2M? CHARACTERISTICS M2M PERSPECTIVECarrier Frequency 900 MHz, 1.8 GHz, and others the lower, the better  8 power classes; min 20 mW =Power Management 13 dBm can be easily handled  (2dB power control steps) constant envelope good for M2M Modulation GMSK PA Complexity fairly low as of now Generally, good candidate 160 7-bit best effort over control channel characters useful for device wake- SMS data backup, configuration, up, remote diagnosis, etc. # of SMS bounded (100/Day) DATA circuit switched data, 9.6Kbps often not sufficient 4
  5. APPLICATIONS 5
  6. INDUSTRIAL TELEMEDICINEAUTOMATION AND AND MONITORING HEALTHCARE TELEMETRY CONSUMER APPLICATIONS SECURITY AND BUSINESS SURVEILLANCE APPLICATIONS 6
  7. OBJECTIVE To develop a single platform to provide GSM based wireless solutions in designing of M2M system using Programmable System on Chip (PSoC) for various sector of applications. The scope of work is focused mainly those area of application which demands low cost, less complexity and high security. 7
  8. PROPOSED PLATFORM M2M Controller PSoC PSoC M2M Engine M2M Engine GSM Module GSM Module SIM Card SIM Card Sensors Sensors Actuator Actuator Machine Machine 8
  9. DESIGN PHASES 9
  10. NETWORK INTERFACING Design Hardware 10
  11. PSoC CONFIGURATION FOR NETWORK INTERFACING 11
  12. Software Design Start Initialization of GSM AT+CREG? modem ATEO AT+CMGF=1 Monitor the system status and send message AT+CMGS to control mobile Check and Read the From authorized Decode incoming message user Compare with valid Not from Invalid authorized user command commands Send message for invalid command Valid command 1. Generate Control Signals for theAT+CMGD=1 Delete the message machine 2. Send command execution report to the user No End Yes Sleep 12
  13. IMPLEMENTED APPLICATIONS 13
  14. REMOTE CIRCUIT BREAKER GSM Network GSM Network GSM Module GSM Module Far end control UART UART mobile PSoC PSoC Power Supply Power Supply Circuit breakers Circuit breakers Power switch driver Power switch driver and switches at and switches at circuit & Status Signals circuit & Status Signals plants plantsRemote Circuit Breaker Monitoring & Control Using GSM Based M2M System 14
  15. GSM GATEWAY DESIGN FOR WSNsThe hardware of the proposed design comprises of: The Sensor nodes The PSoC M2M module as Gateway engineGSM Interface System Sensor Sensor GSM Network Sensor Sensor GSM PSoC Modem Sensor Sensor Power Supply M2M Module as a Sensor Mote in WSN 15
  16. Software Flow Chart Boot Configure the Modem for Network ConnectionReceive SMS from End Download Control of WSN Commands Execution of Download data fromCommand received Sensor nodes Data formatting and sending Acknowledgment via SMS to End control Sleep 16
  17. COMPACT FOOD PROCESSING MACHINE Speed Sensor Temperature Sensors (RTD PT100) Current M2M Module as Sense WSN GatewayResistors 17
  18. GRID AUTOMATION GSM Network User End DCCFar end user GSM Modem (SIM300) PSoC (CY8C29466) Transformer M2M Power Module Distribution Network M2M based Architecture of DAS 18
  19. Software Flow for the Proposed Design Start GSM Network Configure the GSM Modem for cellular connectivity Receive SMS Command from authorised control Load System number Parameters Transmit status and Acknowledge as SMS Updates Lines Status Process and format the data to extract the useful information Notify as SMS at far end control mobile number Generates action command signal based on Decision making software Command Signals to the Circuit Breakers and other 19 control equipment
  20. DATA PACKET FORMAT Received Data Format Machine Power GC Voltage GC Current GC GC %Loss ID Factor Power GC Voltage GC Current GC GC %Loss Factor Power GC Voltage GC Current GC GC %Loss Factor Control Commands format COMMAND NAME DESCRIPTION STATUS Check the status of the machine SETNAME <OLDNAME> <NEWNAME> Change the machine nameCNTLPHONE <DEVICE NAME> <NEW Transfer the control to another numberNUMBER> 20
  21. PROPOSED DAS ARCHITECTURE AT BIT MESRA, RANCHI GSM M2M System GSM M2M System GSM M2M System GSM M2M System Distributed Distributed Monitoring Centre Monitoring Centre GSM M2M System GSM M2M System GSM M2M System GSM M2M System 21
  22. EXPERIMENTAL SET UP FOR PROTOTYPE SYSTEM SCALING FACTORS FOR PROTOTYPE SYSTEM Original System Prototype SystemParameter Scaling Factor Value (max.) Value (max.) Voltage 230V 15V 15.33 Current 670A 50mA 13.4e3 22
  23. RESULTS 23
  24. REMOTE CIRCUIT BREAKERSMessage Received from the PSoC M2M Module Command Sent TEST CNTLPHONE CB1 8969194926 SETNAME NONAME RCB01 BREAKCKT RCB01 MAEKCKT RCB01 MAKE CIRCUIT RCB01 When Circuit got connected (M2M module Automatically replied ) 24
  25. TRANSMISSION DELAY IN MEASUREMENTS Time of Massage TransmissionS.No. Measurment Received Time Delay (Sec.) 1 12.05.43 12.05.56 13 2 12.09.30 12.09.43 13 3 15.05.20 15.05.34 14 4 18.00.10 18.00.23 13 Message Received at User End Mobile 25
  26. DATA MONITORING CENTER 26
  27. DATA MONITORING CENTER 27
  28. CONCLUSIONSA great solution in the field of M2M in terms of  Cost  Complexity  Security  FlexibilityAdvantages because of PSoC:  Fewer components  Lower cost  Smaller size  Hardware and Software is protect from reverse engineering  Dynamic Reconfiguration, programmable voltage, instrumentation, inverting, and non-inverting amplifiers 28
  29. LIMITATIONS AND SOLUTION  Low Speed  Dependency of GSM Connectivity  Not Suitable for High End Applications (like video monitoring, Image processing)Solutions :  3G, GPRS, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, ZigBee  PSoC3, PSoC5 29
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  33. LIST OF PUBLICATIONSPapers Communicated to:Journal1.Sharat Chandra and Avireni Srinivasulu, “PSOC based GSM Gateway Design forWireless Sensor Networks”, Communicated to Journal of Electrical Engineering,Elektrotechnický časopis, Ilkovičova 3, 812 19 Bratislava, Slovakia.Conference1.Sharat Chandra, Susmita Kar, Avireni Srinivasulu and D.K.Mohanta “DistributionSystem Automation based on GSM using Programmable System on Chip (PSoC)”,Communicated to IET(UK) 2nd International Conference “SEISCON 2011”(Sustainable Energy and Intelligent System Conference), Chennai, India. 33
  34. THANK YOU QUERIES ??? 34

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