Wireless sensor networks using Android Virtual Devices and Near Field Communication peer-to-peer emulation

ABSTRACT:

A few new Android cell phones bolster Near Field Communication (NFC). The Android SDK gives a NFC API that can be utilized to create NFC applications that direct shared (P2P) information trade. The Android emulator does not bolster P2P correspondence between cases of the Android Virtual Device (AVD). Notwithstanding this limitation, P2P experimentation on genuine cell phones is troublesome because of constrained NFC bolster. To fill the hole made by this insignificant help, we propose the JavaMail NFC API (JNFC). JNFC utilizes the JavaMail API to imitate the usefulness of the Android NFC P2P API. To assess the execution of JNFC, we made the DroidWSN Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) display and actualized it as an Android application.

PROPOSED SYSTEM:

We plan and direct an examination for our DroidWSN model to quantify the execution time of our Android application WSN on AVDs. We think about our recreation results against those from a comparable examination that deliberate the execution time of a WSN made out of Sun SPOT remote gadgets. While the execution time of our DroidWSN show is slower, we attest that our outline is more basic and adaptable than that of our correlation consider. We presume that this advantage and the variables of JNFC cost (it is open source), the quality and amount of Android cell phone sensors, and fast approaching Android cell phone bolster for NFC P2P, join to make JNFC and the Android AVD a stage for NFC and WSN investigate. Our investigation additionally underlines the requirement for Google to make Android NFC P2P and sensor copying APIs.

HARDWARE REQUIREMENT:

CPU type : Intel Pentium 4

Clock speed : 3.0 GHz

Ram size : 512 MB

Hard disk capacity : 40 GB

Monitor type : 15 Inch shading screen

Keyboard type : web console

Mobile : ANDROID MOBILE

SOFTWARE REQUIREMENT:

Working System: Android Studio

Language : ANDROID SDK 7.0

Documentation : Ms-Office

BASE PAPER: Near Field Communication in Smart Sensing Applications

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