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RF Controlled Robotic Vehicle With Laser Beam [Project]
posted March 23 2014 20:50.27 by spic0m




The project is designed to control a robotic vehicle by using a RF technology for remote operation. A low power laser light is interfaced for demonstrating the possibilities of destroying a distant object by its beam. An 8051 series of microcontroller is used for the desired operation.

At the transmitting end using push buttons, commands are sent to the receiver to control the movement of the robot either to move forward, backward and left or right etc. At the receiving end two motors are interfaced to the microcontroller where they are used for the movement of the vehicle. The RF transmitter acts as a RF remote control that has the advantage of adequate range (up to 200 meters) with proper antenna, while the receiver decodes before feeding it to another microcontroller to drive DC motors via motor driver IC for necessary work. A laser pen is mounted on the robot body and its operation is carried out from the microcontroller output through appropriate signal from the transmitting end. The laser light used is just for demonstration purpose and not a powerful one.



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