Digital Signal Processing


Smart Home Realization Through Wireless Communication System

Authors: Krishn Kumar Gupt, Rabindranath Bera, Debasish Bhaskar, Preman Chettri, Debduhita Bose

Over the few decades, the Communication Technology has evolved surprisingly. The data rate, the reliability and multiple access supported by wireless digital communication are very interesting. Accessibility of worldwide information from a remote area via digital signals is not less than any boon for human beings. Receiving information from a far satellite at home at TV screen via STB gave a new dimension to the entertainment world. This success story is further leading to the next generation (G) Internet of Thing (IoT) services for Global communication and M2M (Machine to Machine) communication. With the recent innovation in satellite communication, our Homes are getting SMART. Homes will be blessed by satellite based IoT at very low cost. IoT services will be provided by Satellite, 5G mobile and other competitive technologies. These technologies will enable us to get live interaction via smart devices of our smart home, to control and access our home appliances from anywhere throughout the world with its ubiquitous features. Transmission and Reception of signals from Home to Satellite via DVB-S2 and Indoor distribution of signals via Wi-Fi n within rooms of the Smart Homes is the basic concept behind this idea. Uplink from home will be introduced soon with help of smart LNB using Millimeter wave RF carrier of 30 GHz. This paper presents a cloud centric vision for implementation of IOT services in Smart Homes. DVB-S2 Transmitter, DVB-S2 Receiver and Wi-Fi n with input signal is analyzed on Agilent SystemVue and then synchronized with Agilent Vector Signal Analyzer (VSA) to check and verify the Output Response of the designed Smart Home system.

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