A Fully Automated Real Time Monitoring System

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  • Topic: RFID, Radio-frequency identification, Ultra high frequency
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ABSTRACT

The system is entitled Radio Frequency- Based Identification System. This study focused on the development and implementation of an automated identification system for school based. This study aimed to document the deigned including the input, process and output of the system and evaluates the performance of the design in terms of efficiency, durability, accuracy and sensitivity. The evaluation of the acceptability level of the designed project was also focused in this study, in terms of functionality and suitability, package design, cost effectiveness and the operation procedure and was evaluated. The design project made use of descriptive research deign in gathering all the necessary information. Descriptive- evaluation design was also used in order to determine the performance of the design. The participants were experts in the field of computer and electronics. The block diagrams and circuit diagrams were tools used for analyzing data.

The study revealed the findings of the design; a prototype was developed for the Radio Frequency- Based Identification System and documented. The result of the performance evaluation that was evaluates by the chosen experts was rated based on the presentation during the evaluation. Base on the market price the total cost of the materials used in constructing the design will only cost 6, 185.00. Interfacing new features and application for enhancement is applicable. The operator’s manual will help and guide the user to use the system.

The study was concluded based on the findings that were revealed on the study. The recommendation was given by the researcher for the enhancement of the application of the design project.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
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TITLE PAGE i
ACKNOWLEGDEMENT ii
ABSTRACT iii
LIST OF FIGURE vii
LIST OF TABLES viii CHAPTER 1
1THE PROBLEM AND A REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE
Review of Related Literature 3
Synthesis of the Review 7
Conceptual Framework of the Study 7
Statement of Purpose and Objectives 11Significance of the Study 12 Scope and Limitation of the Study 13

2METHOD 15

Research Design 15
Participants 15Instrument 16
Data Gathering Procedure 17
Data Analysis 19

3RESULTS AND DISCUSSION 20

4 SUMMARY, CONCLUSIONS, RECOMMENDATION 32

Summary 32
Findings 32
Conclusion 34
Recommendation 34

REFERENCES 36

APPENDECIES 38
A Letter to Validate Evaluation Form 39BPerformance Evaluation Form for the Design 40
C Acceptability Level Evaluation Form for the Design 41
D Block Diagram of Radio Frequency- based Identification System 43
E Visual Basic Code 44
F Financial Analysis 46
GPin Configuration of Zilog Z86E043016SPC 47
H Pin Configuration of 93LC46A/B Serial EEPROM 50 I Pin Configuration of LM358 51
J Operator’s Manual 52

CURRICULUM VITAE 58

LIST OF FIGURES

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1IPO Diagram of the Study 8
2RFID System Design Flow Chart 17
3Block Diagram of the Radio Frequency- Based Identification System 21

LIST OF TABLES

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1Performance Evaluation of the Design 24
2Acceptability Level Evaluation of the Design 28
3Financial...
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