Designing on IOT Based Scrolling Message Display for Scholl and College

Authors

  • G. Suresh
  • P. Solainayagi

Abstract

In everyday lives, note boards play a very important role. We may promote the distribution of information in a paperless culture by replacing a traditional analog notice board with a digital notice board. In any institution or public places such as bus stops, train stations, colleges and malls, the Notice Board may be a primary influence. It could be a difficult approach to take multiple notes day by day. This note monitor involves a different user. Project aims to create a moving message display with a dot matrix using a microcontroller and IOT, where the characters switch constantly from the left to the left. We used ATMega8 microcontroller for this project. An 8-bit microcontroller family ATMega8.The processor frequency is a top graded 16MHz. Thanks to its basic specifications of a 4.5V-5.5V power supply, ATMega8 provides exceptionally successful prototyping. It's around 100MHz shift frequency and has a 3-stage performance storage record, and we've finally used a 16x32 point matrix display. A code first created. At first and there have the perfect outcome. This is the advanced wireless notification board prototype. Internet is used to wirelessly transfer the message from the browser to an LED display inside the IOP-based web managed notification board. The key goal of the project is the creation of a wireless update board displaying messages received from the motive application of the customer.

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Author Biographies

G. Suresh

Professor, Electronics and Communication Engineering, Sri Indu College of Engineering and Technology Hyderabad, India

P. Solainayagi

Associate Professor, Computer Science and Engineering, Aarupadai Veedu Institute of Technology, Chennai, TamilNadu, India

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