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Aeronautical Crash Prevention Syste

The main aim of this project is to prevent the

collision among air flights. Many methods have to be followed to prevent the collision between the flights, but here RF technology is used. The microcontroller provides some additional features for future enhancement. This project consists of two major units 1) Transmitter Unit and 2) Receiver Unit.

Why You Need a Simulator

We agree that you can probably create, test, and

debug your embedded applications without a simulator. However, there are several reasons why a simulator (like the Vision Debugger) can make your engineering tasks easier and save you lots of development time. Customers with the simulator spend less time debugging simple program errors. The simulator lets them learn about things like on-chip peripherals and addressing modes without designing real hardware. It is our experience that customers who have a simulator require LESS technical support and are able to get up-to-speed with the tools faster. The simulator makes it easy to write and test code and learn about programming your microcontroller.

The main objective achieved from this project is

to prevent aero planes from crashing. By using the basic idea of this project we can also construct many useful systems. This is executed by depend upon the ip address every aero plane consists of both transmitter and receiver section. Transmitter send the ip address of aero plane and receiver takes the ip address other than its ip address. If receiver receives any information it means that other aero plane within the hundred meter region so it may possible that crash will occur, so we divert the both aero planes from initial position

Existing System
In existing system we use random search

strategies which perform poorly with a large network size. In order to solve this problem we implement a user interest model and propose a theoretic framework. Here we further develop this system by implementing search protocol and routing table updating protocol in order to expedite search process through a self organized peer to peer network. Detailed explanation about this project is provided in project report and we provide code for six peers and network. You can download for free of cost.

Proposed System
In order to improve search performance, guided

search. The key problem is what information is actually eligible to guide the search. used interest-based locality as the general search guidance. The basic assumption is that if a peer p0 has a particular file required by another peer p, and then p0 is likely to have other files to be requested by p in the future. According to previous successful queries, shortcuts from peer p to several peers p0 are established in order to expedite subsequent search processes.

Proposed System Features:

Guided Search.

Routing updating table.

Fast Search Technique

Hardware Interface

Hard disk

: 40 GB RAM : 512 MB Processor Speed : 3.00GHz Processor : Pentium IV Processor

Software Interface

JDK 1.5

Java Swing

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