International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Electronics & Communication Engineering | India | Volume 6 Issue 4, April 2017 | Rating: 6.4 / 10

Digital Clock Using FND (Fixed Numeric Digit) for Temperature and Humidity Indicator

Vinayak Misra | Vikas Pareek | Vijendra Kr. Patel | Murari Kr. Parashar

Abstract: In this modern era, the smart technologies presently working on how fast does it work and how small it is To overcome the problem of size and speed, embedded system plays a vital role. It incorporates both speed and the problem of size, as they are quite fast and small in size. The system is generally based on the working module on which a microcontroller is being mounted and the functionality is being described by the user as per according to the function that he wants to perform. The embedded system has been of unfathomable importance to the field of control systems, data processing, real time data acquisition and the applications are countless. The digital clock using Fixed Numeric Digits (FND) can be fundamentally used in the field of display boards where the display of data or digit is required for the interfacing of the clock with certain sensors and can help in reading the parameters of the surrounding nature and display it. The device can also be further interfaced with suitable sensors to work as control system, monitoring system and data collection for an observer and manage the parameters of interest quite persistently and efficiently without any error.

Keywords: Fixed Numeric Digits FND, digital clock using LCD, 1 Sensors used for getting analog data from the environment and displaying on the system

Edition: Volume 6 Issue 4, April 2017,

Pages: 747 - 750

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