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Design and Implementation of High Speed FPGA Based Technique for reduce Accident using Cell Phones while Driving

Authors: Dr B Paulchamy, K Kalpana, R Saravanakumar

DOI: 10.17605/OSF.IO/UE4NXShort DOI: ggrs8p

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Abstract: In our world the majority of accidents happened due to only drunken driver and using mobile phones while driving. The widespread usage of mobile phone is becoming unsafe and dangerous. Mobile phones are wrongly utilized by students in the exam rooms and some peoples are utilized in the hospital which may be very irritating and dangerous for the ill people and those who are heart patients. A wireless jammer is an instrument used to avoid mobile phones from receiving signals from base stations. When we use the jammers effectively, which will disables cellular phones. These devices can be used in practically any location, primarily in places where a phone call would be particularly prohibited because where silence is expected. In our system cell phone jammers are used to stop the usage of mobile phone in driving situations. To avoid accidents and also detect gas leakage in vehicle a new efficient type of mobile jammer is proposed using FPGA. In our proposed system, we make use of RF transmitter, RF receiver and Gas sensors which are interface with the FPGA to avoid the accident while driving.

Keywords: FPGA, RF Transmitter, RF Receiver, Gas Sensor, Mobile Phone


Paper Id: 26

Published On: 2014-11-02

Published In: Volume 2, Issue 6, November-December 2014

Cite This: Design and Implementation of High Speed FPGA Based Technique for reduce Accident using Cell Phones while Driving - Dr B Paulchamy, K Kalpana, R Saravanakumar - IJIRMPS Volume 2, Issue 6, November-December 2014. DOI 10.17605/OSF.IO/UE4NX

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