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International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research  
International Journal of Technology Enhancements and Emerging Engineering Research

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ISSN 2347-4289

Irrigaton In Agriculture And Controling Through Wireless Embedded System

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B.v.v.satyanarayana , Dr.K.Srinivasa Ravi , Gummarekula Sattibabu



Keywords: AT- GSM mobile phone, Micro controller, Relays, Sensors, LCD for monitoring the current reading of all the parameters.



ABSTRACT: Agriculture is a major source of majority Indians and has great impact on the economy of the country. In a country like India, where climatic conditions vary substantially and irrigation facilities are poor. Agriculture is timely and sufficient supply of water. Water pumps are crucial in agriculture where electricity is indeed. The frequent, low voltage supply of power to the agriculture sector has caused problems to the farmers who are spending their time monitoring the supply of power without which any progress of their work. The power supply with frequent power cuts have not only lowered the efficiency of farmers but also have led to the frustration of the farmer to give up agriculture and move to urban areas for better prospects in the globalized world. In this paper we presented a system which shows, how mobile communication can benefit millions of farmers in rural India by providing a solution for the irrigation problems caused by intermittent electrical power supply. Information is exchanged in form of messages/miscalls between the system and the user cell phones. The system is based on micro-controller and includes protection against fluctuations in power supply. For measuring time and temperature RTC DS1307 and DS18S20 are used. By using this system the hardships of farmers relating water distribution can be relieved.



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