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Remote PC Administration Using Mobile Phone

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Telephone system works on the modem technology. There are different types of modems available. Any mobile available in the market is made up of a inbuilt modem and the controlling software. In market GSM and GPRS modems are also available. So keeping these things in consideration we are building a project to control the GSM modem which is connected to the system.
We are connecting the GSM modem to the system using any supportable port like serial or USB port then develop software to control the functionality of the system.

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Remote PC Administration Using Mobile Phone

  1. 1. Remote PC Administration Using Mobile Phone Submitted By Nandeshwar Katenga Department of Computer Technology C. S. Institute of Technology, Deori 2014-2015 SEMINAR ON
  2. 2. • Abstract, Problem Definition • Introduction • Block Diagram • Software Requirements, Hardware Requirements • Purpose of using VISUAL BASIC 6.0 • Main Modules • Planning, Block Diagram • About GSM, History of GSM, Network Structure, Advantages of GSM • Flowchart • About parallel port • Snap-Shot of Send And Receive Message • Snap-Shot to select memory and to choose whether message should be deleted or saved • Snap-Shot to add more commands and specify their paths • Features , Advantages , Limitation • Application, Future Scope, References CONTENTS
  3. 3. Telephone system works on the modem technology. There are different types of modems available. Any mobile available in the market is made up of a inbuilt modem and the controlling software. In market GSM and GPRS modems are also available. So keeping these things in consideration we are building a project to control the GSM modem which is connected to the system. We are connecting the GSM modem to the system using any supportable port like serial or USB port then develop software to control the functionality of the system. ABSTRACT
  4. 4.  To establish communication between two or more PC’s using a GSM modem. The PC’s are not connected via internet or Wi-Fi or Bluetooth or infrared in any way.  Client-server structure, point – point communication between the computers is also not used. PROBLEM DEFINITION
  5. 5. Once user connects GSM modem to the system then user need to pass predefined command to the modem so that modem can act upon. As we are developing the software any user can now connect GSM modem to the system and can handle the functionality of his laptop or the desktop directly by sending SMS from a remote location. Even user can send the SMS from the system. Now following are option which we are including in our project: Remote PC Controlling PC Security Sending SMS From PC INTRODUCTION
  6. 6. Home • User Send Formatted SMS to system • System read SMS Matter • System Control PC Operation
  7. 7.  Development tools:  Front End: Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0  Back End: MS Access  Operating System:  Microsoft Windows 98 or greater version
  8. 8. • Laptop / Desktop • Data Cable • GSM Modem / GSM Mobile Phone HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS
  9. 9. PURPOSE OF USING VISUAL BASIC 6.0 The programming language forms the background of all that takes place in a running VB program. VISUAL BASIC programming language is an extension of QBASIC. Much of rating a VB program requires placing graphics object on the screen and setting attributes of those objects that determine how the objects are to look and behave. VB is an event driven programming language.
  10. 10.  Hardware Building  Hardware Controlling  Mobile device Controlling  Software Building
  11. 11. PLANNING GSM ModemSystem User Mobile Fig: Operation between system and modem.
  12. 12. Application Running GSM Module HW Control Module System System Control User
  13. 13. 1.GSM/GPRS delivers all the power of instant wireless connectivity to your multiple applications. 2. The modem is fully type approved so it can dramatically speed up the time to market with a full range of Voice, Data, Fax and SMS features (Optional TCP/IP)
  14. 14. HISTORY OF GSM  In 1982, a consortium of European countries created the Group Special Mobile (GSM) to develop a cellular technology .  The European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) took over the project in 1989 and finalized the first set of technical specifications.
  15. 15. NETWORK STRUCTURE The network behind the GSM system seen by the customer is large and complicated in order to provide all of the services which are required. It is divided into a number of sections and these are each covered in separate articles.
  16. 16. ADVANTAGES OF GSM * Ability to use repeaters which reduces the effect of noise from signals. * GSM covers virtually all parts of world so international roaming is easy. * GSM can be used from anywhere * It is portable and easily available
  17. 17. FLOWCHART START VERIFY MODEM CONNECTION ESTABLISH MODEM ACCESS YES NO B MAIN MODULE RECEIVE MESSAGE AUTHORIZED YES NO READ MESSAGE MESSAGE REPORT DATABASE ADD COMMAND SEND MESAGE B F C B
  18. 18. C APPLICATION DEF / ADD COM YES NO F ACTION PERFORMED APP PRESENT YES NO READS MESSAGE B STOP
  19. 19.  Parallel port is a simple and inexpensive tool for building computer controlled devices and projects.
  20. 20. SNAP-SHOT OF SEND AND RECEIVE MESSAGE
  21. 21. TO SELECT MEMORY AND TO CHOOSE WHETHER MESSAGE SHOULD BE DELETED OR SAVED
  22. 22. TO ADD MORE COMMANDS AND SPECIFY THEIR PATHS
  23. 23. This screen appears when the system is locked
  24. 24.  Shutdown, Restart System, logoff System by using mobile phone  Send message to mobile phone from PC  Receive message in system send by mobile phone  Remote PC controlling system
  25. 25. ADVANTAGES 1. Easy to working with PC 2. It will reduce the need of keyboard and mouse 3. Save the Time 4. Avoid the unauthorized use of system 5. It increase the working speed 6. It handles chatting process 7. System lock remotely 8. System operates from anywhere 9. Provide home security by handling system remotely 10. Easy to used
  26. 26. LIMITATION •If network doesn’t exist then problem occur •If MODEM not connected to the system then system can not perform any operation on the basis of command •Mobile number must be register and valid
  27. 27.  Remote System Handling  It will be used in server controlling room  It will be used in Lab  It will be used in Net Café  It will be used in College  This project can be used for chatting purpose from PC and Mobile.  This project can be used for providing system lock remotely  Use of this project for remotely handling PC from mobile phone
  28. 28. 1.More controlling options can be provide. 2.Detail information can be send over mobile. 3.More security options can be provided. 4.Send and receive multimedia messages. 5.Can be used in other locking systems. 6.Other appliances can also be handled. 7.It can implement for handling home appliances.
  29. 29. CONCLUSION After all the explanation we conclude that • Our project works fine for small requirements • It can be improved with more man power and time Hence we can say that our project work is completed with all the modules with very few ratios of problems Our project is used for remote controlling a PC through mobile phone and provide security from unauthorized user. It shows the communication between PC and registered mobile phone.
  30. 30. •Moe rehnema “Overview of GSM system and protocol architecture”IEEE communication magazine, April 1993. •Monzur kabir ” GSM network infrastructure” Global Telecommunication GSM white paper , Feb 2004. •Gareth Jenkins “Brilliant past , bright future” Cellular Mobile Systems and Services (TCOM1010), April 2009. •http://www.3gamericas.org/documents/gsm_whitepaper_feb2004.pdf •http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GSM •http://www6.conestogac.on.ca/~mkabir/TCOM1010_ConEd_Cellular /Day-02_GSM%20Network%20Architecture.pdf •http://searchmobilecomputing.techtarget.com/definition/GSM •http://ccnga.uwaterloo.ca/~jscouria/GSM/gsmreport.html#1 REFERENCE

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