Design and Performance Analysis of Wireless Omni-directional-based Stepper Motor Controller Using Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA)

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Design and Performance Analysis of Wireless Omni-directional-based Stepper Motor Controller Using Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA)
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  The study conducted for 2014 International Conference on Future Trends In Mechanical, Production and Automation Engineering  –   FTMPAE , Bangkok, Thailand   Design and Performance Analysis of Wireless Omni-directional-based Stepper Motor Controller Using Programmable Gate Array (FPGA)   Engr. Daniel D. Dasig, Jr. Faculty, Computer Engineering Department College of Computer Studies and Engineering, Jose Rizal University Philippines Abstract    With the advent of computing technology, use of line of sight communication has been outsmarted by emerging technologies and Infrared (IR) is in no distant to this. Wireless Omni-directional communication or Bluetooth Technology (BT) is a devised solution to address the line of sight communication issues. To improve the BT performance, this study employs a microcontroller using Field- Programmable Gate Array (FPGA).This study uses the high level integration with BT Shield interconnected to the FPGA logic blocks, and Radio Frequency (RF) to control a stepper motor’s half  -step operation. The study will look into the design, implementation and measure the performance of stepper motor controller compared to the conventional BT control provisions of about 100ft. distance under its operating standards of the transmitter module (which will handle the carrier wave), Bluetooth transmitter and receiver using radio frequency (RF) in transmitting and receiving signals, measure and analyze the data send over at a reasonable bit-rate. BT controller performance will be adjusted with the User Interface using Verilog Hardware Definition Language (VHDL). Thus, it uses an Ultra-High Frequency band of spectrum based on International Telecommunication Union (ITU) reserved bands for industrial, scientific, medical (ISM) purposes. Keywords   —  stepper-motor, verilog, bluetooth-technology, reserved band, carrier-wave  
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