Design and Fabrication of the FPGA Control Board for Environment Monitoring Based on Bluetooth Protocol with Computer Interface

Document Type : Original Article


Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Azarbaijan Shahid Madani University


Design and implementation of an FPGA based system is illustrated in this paper. This Device is utilized to control temperature and humidity sensitive environments with the aid of humidifier and fan devices. In situ control of humidity and temperature values by incorporated sensors and sending real time instructions to control these amounts is this device’s principle of operation. The capability of the fabricated device to send data via Bluetooth which meanwhile uses an special protocol to encrypt data transmit as well as incorporated error detection and correction protocol makes the device capable to be utilized in places demand ultrahigh immune approach. The Device is also capable to communicate with the computer and store the obtained information. To evaluate the performance of the proposed circuit the system is first simulated in Matlab and then it is implemented in logical gate level at Xilinx ISE environment and finally is practically implemented by Xilinx SPARTAN 3 FPGA and its performance is evaluated experimentally.


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