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IJSTE - International Journal of Science Technology & Engineering | Volume 3 | Issue 11 | May 2017

ISSN (online): 2349-784X

Using the Touch-Screen Images for Password-


based Authentication of Illiterates
Dr. Y Raghavender Rao
Associate Professor
Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering
JNTUHCEJ Jagityal

Abstract
The paper aims at a system for secure access illiterate; who are not able to remember passwords is to develop very useful.
Password using the touch screen interface image for illiterates based authentication is a security system based on the images,
where the poultry houses are illiterate forms and on all types of domestic and industrial applications can be installed. This system
is a way for users to interact with the image to facilitate access provides a user-friendly environment. Here we stand instead of
the characters use images as passwords; it’s easy to remember the elderly and may be illiterate. The device is based on a system
that makes things even easier, the sensor uses the touch screen graphic LCD. How efficiently the project for us to interact with
devices in their practical lives using touch-screen technology gives exposure. It can be operated by hand very easily, so it can
also be used by the elderly and the illiterate can.
Keywords: Processor; Touch Screen; Module; Effective; Technologies
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I. INTRODUCTION

Project Safe Access illiterate, able to remember the password is not very useful to develop a system. A password protection
system that houses all kinds of poultry and domestic and industrial applications, forms-based authentication on touch screen
interfaces for illiterate images images can be installed. The main objective of this project is to develop a security system for the
illiterate. Those kind of system image environment that provides a user-friendly interaction. Here are some images of the series
do not need to use a password; It can be easy to remember for the illiterate. This device is a touch-screen sensor makes things
even easier to use. How to efficiently use technology to interact with the touch screen devices in their practical life is the risk of
the project. It can be operated by hand very easily, so it can be used by the elderly and the illiterate.
Touch screen, without interfering with the text of all types of digital media, providing instant access. For better service can be
a fast entry. A touch interface effectively operator accuracy, reduce training time and improve overall operational efficiency to
keep costs down, a well-designed touch interface can improve the accuracy of each operator increases. Touch screen automation,
touch screen technology, which has become even easier with the practical. Mouse, touch screen system owners familiar with the
use of the automation system are easy to appreciate.
In this project we have several input and output ports that have access to the onboard computer. The onboard computer also
called as microcontroller. All input and output modules are interconnected with the control unit. Processed by the image input
and touch screen controller user password are correct.

II. OVERVIEW OF PROJECT

An integrated system is dedicated to the task is a combination of software and hardware. Some of the main tools used in the
integrated products are microprocessors and microcontrollers.
Typically microprocessors, known as general purpose processors since inputs, the process can accept and output. In contrast,
not only as a microcontroller accepts data information, but also multiple data devices, the control interfaces with data handling
and therefore the results.
Microcontroller PIC16F72 "using password-based authentication of images for use touch screen illiterates" a unique project
that has a touch screen using sensors to control devices in the apartment is used.

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Block diagram

Fig. 2.1: Block Diagram

The main blocks of the project are:


1) Microcontroller (16F72)
2) Crystal Oscillator
3) The regulated power supply (RPS)
4) Touch Screen
5) Reset button
6) LED indicators

Pin Description
It has a total of 28 pin PIC16F72. DIP28 most often in the case of a type, but it also can be found in SMD is smaller than in the
case of a dip. Is an abbreviation for the package in a double dip. SMD, suggesting that when the pin hole mounted components
are not necessary for this type of welding is an abbreviation for surface mount devices.

Fig. 2.2: Pin diagram

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Touchscreen Technology

Fig. 2.3: Imagetouch Screen Operation Diagram

1) Polyester Film
2) The top layer circuit resistance
3) The conductive ITO (transparent metal coating).
4) Low-layer resistive circuit
5) Insulating points
6) Support Glass / Acrylic
7) Upper circuit resistant surface coating layer (2) contact by touching the active area of the lower layer of the resistive circuit
(4) creation of a circuit breaker.
8) The touch screen controller (7) between two layers of circuit voltages turn and converts them into digital X and Y
coordinates of the selected area.

Software’s used
After the project is implemented using software:
 PCB - Circuit Design
 PIC C compiler - compile
 Proteus 7 (Embedded C) - Simulation parts

Working
With each module interface schematic and microcontroller PIC16F72, as is

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Fig. 2.4: using the touch screen for image-based authentication password schematic illiterates

Schematic diagram of the image based on password authentication scheme for illiterate section using microcontroller and
touch screen with touch screen interface explains each component. and crystal oscillator connected to the microcontroller pins 9
and 10 are connected to the microcontroller and LED regulated power supply is connected to the microcontroller through
resistance.
Using the touch screen is placed on the touch screen with images as a password input via the touch screen interface of the
characters in a password-based authentication to project images illiterate. Password download microcontroller input values taken
by resistive touch screen microcontroller by using the program registered in the action. If the password is incorrect, the buzzer
sounds and you have to restart. Therefore, this project is done in many areas are illiterate.

III. ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES

Advantages:
1) User-friendly interface with touch screen.
2) The basic needs can be served by a gentle touch.
3) Low power consumption.
4) Very effective and efficient design.
5) For the use of wireless technology (ZigBee).
6) Can be used with any language.
7) Quick response.
8) Life is more
9) Is also very useful for illiterate.
10) 10 fast and secure transmission of data.
11) Easy to use and easy to install.
12) Overseas useful to express the needs of the user.
13) Deaf people can communicate with others.
14) Can be used with any language.

Disadvantages:
1) Interfacing microcontroller with touch screen sensor is highly sensitive.

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IV. APPLICATIONS

The project security based applications can be applied in real time. It is difficult to remember passwords illiterate character,
image-based passwords to help them remember the password easily. Therefore, the project's poultry farms, farms, etc., finds their
applications in the illiterates are concerned.

V. RESULT

The images on the touch screen module project “Using the touch-screen images for password-based authentication illiterates
“was designed to provide a security system. This system is a kind of interaction with the image, the illiterate users with an easy
to remember, easy to use environment, it provides can be.

Fig. 5.1: Working Model of Project

VI. CONCLUSION

All hardware components used to facilitate integration developed. Each module is explained by the presence of mind and the
Commission is contributing to the better functioning of the unit. Secondly, the increasing use of technology with the help of
highly advanced IC.The project has been successfully implemented. Therefore, the project has been designed and successfully
tested.

VII. FUTURE SCOPE

Our project "touch screen sensors using password-based authentication for illiterate’s images" primarily a sensor with a soft
touch by using the touch screen is intended to design a security system for the illiterate.
4 Wire touch screen resistive touch screen is used here. Stability and durability of the chosen resistive touch screen than other
touch screen. Response time is also significantly reduced. Resistant and not very sensitive to bright light than other technologies,
but accepts only one touch at a time. So if you have such a surface acoustic wave, infrared or other techniques to further improve
the project can be used, because more than one touch at a time, can accept. But the touch screen is very sensitive and low light,
for example, are resistant. And that cannot produce correct results, as they are sensitive to changes in the environment.
The main drawback of the system is arranged such that the wiring ZigBee, RF, IR, GSM, etc. that can be extended using the
wireless device uses
From anywhere in the world using GSM modem for mobile can be expanded to receive the warning message.

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