Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 11

## SENSOR ACTIVATION CIRCUIT

GROUP MEMBERS:

AIZAT

BIN

SELAMAT
EE091622
THEERAN A/L SHANMUGAM
EE091619
SECTION NO

05

COURSE

DIGITAL

EEEB161

LOGIC

LAB

## : 1ST YEAR 2ND SEMESTER

SEMESTER
(2013/14)

DATE OF SUBMISSION

: 8/7/2013

OBJECTIVES

## Based on the given problem statement, the objectives that

need to achieve are:
a) To design the password circuit using Alteras Quartus II.
b) To verify the functionality of the design using ModelSimAltera.
c) To propose a cost analysis of this design if want to
purchase all the chips.

INTRODUCTION
Regarding the few burglary cases that happen in our
apartment, we have come out with an idea to design a simple
low cost security system for our apartment. This security
system consists of a door contact sensor and a loud buzzer. The
door contact sensor will be placed on the apartments front
door meanwhile the loud buzzer will be installed on the
apartments wall. The system operates when the sensor is
activated. For example, when someone opens the door, the
sensor will transmit a signal to the buzzer. Thus, the buzzing
noise will then alert the nearby residents.
While creating this security system, we found out that this
security system is still not good enough as we need to be able
to open the door without triggering the buzzer. Hence, we came
entered, we can activate and deactivate the sensor as we leave
or enter the apartment. The 4-digit password is obtained from
the last four digits of our student ID number. In order to enter
inputs to the circuit.
Apart from that, we have also included a Sensor Activation
(A) as input switch and two LEDs outputs which are green (G)
and red (R). When the door is activated by applying logic 1 or
deactivated by applying logic 0 to input A, the green LED will
light on (logic 1). The green LED must light on (logic 1),
indicating the password entered is correct. Otherwise, the

sensor will remain its current state. When the door sensor is
active, the red LED will light on (logic 1).

METHODOLOGY
In this password-based door sensor activation circuit,
comparator and activation circuit. For keypad encoder, the
encoder accepts the inputs from K[0] until K[7] which is entered
by using the 12-button (6x2) matrix keypad and encodes the 8bit input to 4-bit output. This can be done by using 16-line-to-4line encoder by cascading two 74148 chips as demonstrated in
the figure 1(result). From figure 1(in result), all the outputs that
will be connected to the input of the password comparator are
assumed to be encoded into 4-bit codes. Table 1 below shows
the input from the keypad encoder and the corresponding
encoded output.
*Notice that ENT and CLR buttons are encoded to 1011 and 1100 respectively.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
0
ENT

Encoder Input
10100000
10010000
10001000
10000100
10000010
01100000
01010000
01001000
01000100
01000010
10000001

Encoder Output
0001
0010
0011
0100
0101
0110
0111
1000
1001
0000
1010

CLR

01000001

1011

Table 1

## For the password checker, after the inputs are encoded to

4 bit outputs, the codes will undergo the checking process.
Output G will be logic 1 if all the codes match with the default
password and in this case, the user will be able to activate or
deactivate the door sensor. Otherwise, the output will be 0 and
the sensor activation circuit will be disabled. Also, when the
CLR button (1100) is pressed, the output G will be changing to
logic 0. This process can be done by cascading five 4-bit
magnitude comparators (7485), which are four for password
checking and another one for ENT and CLR buttons.
For the activation circuit, which is the last part of the
design where the output from the comparator block, G is used
as one of the input of this block. Another input will be the input
A, which controls the activation and deactivation of door
sensor, provided that the input G is on. As mentioned before,
by applying logic 1 to A, will activates the door sensor and
output R will be light on (logic 1), meanwhile by applying logic 0
to input A will deactivate the door sensor and output of R will
become logic 0. Output R can be obtained by simply adding
AND gates at both of the inputs of A and G.

RESULTS
Encoder Circuit

Figure 1

Encoder Waveform

Figure 2

Comparator Circuit

Figure 3

DISCUSSION
COMPONENT ANALYSIS

COST ANALYSIS

CONCLUSION
In a nutshell, we have designed a simple low cost security
system for our apartment. By this security system, we can
prevent from burglary cases which are increasing drastically in
our Amanah apartment. We have come out with sophisticated
circuit consisting three main parts which are keypad encoder,
password checker and activation circuit. This security system is
able to perform its task as it has been verified by using Alteras
Quartus II and ModelSim-Altera softwares.