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Micro parameter Measurement using WSN


Author : Galande S.G., G.H.Agrawal and Gaikwad S.V

Pages : 3354-3358
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Abstract

In India, where the economy is mainly base on agriculture and the climatic conditions are isotropic and are not able to make full use of agricultural resources. The main reason is the lack of rains and scarifies of land reservoir water and overused of fertilizers so we need to control these parameters. This system made wireless sensor network for monitoring agricultural environments for various factors such as NPK, temperature and humidity along with other factors can be of significance. By using pH sensors we get the information about the soil and analyze the acid level of the soil. By which we can apply fertilizer to the place where it needs, also we can avoid over fertilization of the crops. We used humidity sensor to sense the weather. By this the farmer can get idea about the climate. If there is any chance for rainfall; the farmer need not irrigate the crop field. This Seminar reports the design and development of a smart wireless sensor network (WSN) for an agricultural environment. Monitoring agricultural environments for various factors such as Nitrates, Zink, Potassium, Phosphorus, Humidity and Temperature along with other factors can be of significance. The ability to document and detail changes in parameters of interest has become increasingly valuable. Investigations were performed for a remote monitoring system using WiFi, where the wireless sensor nodes are based on WSN802G modules. These nodes send data wirelessly to a central server, which collects the data, stores it and allows it to be analyzed and displayed as needed.

Keywords: X-bee Module; LPC2131/2132/2138 ARM7temperature measurement; humidity measurement,NPK measurement; soil moisture; water level; light detection

Article published in International Journal of Current Engineering and Technology, Vol.5, No.5 (Oct-2015)

 

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