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LATEST ECE PROJECT ABSTRACT FOR COMMUNICATION-WIRELESS ENCRYPTION&DECRYPTION
LATEST ECE PROJECT ABSTRACT FOR COMMUNICATION-WIRELESS ENCRYPTION&DECRYPTION
LATEST ECE PROJECT ABSTRACT FOR COMMUNICATION-WIRELESS ENCRYPTION&DECRYPTION
LATEST ECE PROJECT ABSTRACT FOR COMMUNICATION-WIRELESS ENCRYPTION&DECRYPTION
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LATEST ECE PROJECT ABSTRACT FOR COMMUNICATION-WIRELESS ENCRYPTION&DECRYPTION

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  • 1. RF Based Wireless Encryption and Decryption Message transfer system for Military Applications The need for this project arises when we want the data communication to be protected from others. This is highly essential in the military field and especially during war times. Because during war periods when a particular army wants to send a message to remotely located units, which belong to the same army, in between any person can trap the data when it is transmitted through wireless. Our aim of the project is to protect the data from the ensnares. To accomplish this, we have used a PC as a sender and PIC microcontroller as a receiver station. The message to be sent is fed in to the computer for different units. The computer will encode the data using generating a duplicate Character for a real one.
  • 2. Encrypted message: At the receiving end the PIC microcontroller will then decode the Received data and displays the message on the display. The communication takes place through a Wireless RF Transmitter and Receiver operating at 433.92 MHz we can also use CRO at the transmitting point to view the encoded data. To ensure the security level at the receiving end we have a password protection. Once the Message is received the unit will give an alarm message so that one can know that the message has arrived. The he must enter the password through the keypad. If the password matches then he is allowed to view the data.
  • 3. Block Diagram Transmitter Section RF Transmitter 434MHZ RS232
  • 4. Receiver Section RF Receiver 434MHZ PIC16F877 Microcontroller Digital Outputs LCD Display +5V Power Supply Alarm Driver 4 X 3 Matrix Key Pad Visual Alert LED Alarm

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