Digital Communication Projects for students


2019 Digital Communication Projects for students


Digital Communication Projects for students


 
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Here, we have listed out some 2018-2019 important and useful projects based on electronics and communication. These projects are mainly helpful for final year engineering students. These project ideas include projects based on various categories like DTMF, GSM, RF, RFID, Smartcard, etc. 1.Two-way Wireless Data Messaging System for Rural Areas using Zigbee Technology

2.Wireless Ac Motor Speed Control Using TRIAC

3.Zigbee based wireless remote weather station monitoring system

5.Wireless Data Encryption and Decryption for Secured Communication using RF

6.Wireless AC/DC Device control for Appliances Using Remote Control

7.Wireless Stepper Motor Control using IR Communication




 

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Phd Mtech VLSI Projects Nowadays digital electronics deals with the logic gates, flip-flops, CMOS – the foundation for modern computers and digital communications. Such types of different digital logic circuits can be built into a single integrated circuit to design microprocessors and other high-end computational systems. These processors are capable of performing millions of operations per second. A digital electronics system uses binary numbers 1s and 0s to represent information