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Is it feasible using RFID??
What is the maximum range an IR can maintain?? its just that one of my seniors made a project using IR and its range is only .5 meters.
and for our anti-collision we are going to use ultra sonic sensors. any comment on that matter?
@soerenthank you for the reply. I guess we still have a lot of reading to do. Also we will be using the beacon indoors so sunlight wont be an interference. I have read somewhere that IR is greatly affected by sunlight that is why we need to experiment what frequency we will use am I correct??
Bases from what I have read is it true that we will also need a range finder in order to maintain a distance of 1-1.5 meter between our receiver and transmitter? because our IR beacon can only provide us with directional information and in order to have a fix distance we will need a rangefinder.
ahh yeah it will conflict with the beacons. is it alright to use the ultrasonic as a rangefinder and also as a sensor for anti-collision? I mean wont it conflict with each other if we used two ultrasonic one for avoiding obstacles and one as a range finder? Sorry I ask so many question it's just that our topic has been recently approved and our papers is due a few weeks from now. I need to study the background of each sensor, indicated what materials are we going to use, how they work and how we will cascade each parts. I'm also doing my research I'm really sorry for taking a lot of your time. Thank you very much.
ahh yeah it will conflict with the beacons. is it alright to use the ultrasonic as a rangefinder and also as a sensor for anti-collision? I mean wont it conflict with each other if we used two ultrasonic one for avoiding obstacles and one as a range finder?
What do you mean either sides?
what if b/w the robot and the user suddenly a person blocks his path?
what if we are going to use an IR range finder, with a different modulated frequency setting from the IR transceivers?? is it possible? thanks..
Did anyone think of PIR sensors