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Ultrasonic Radar System Using 8051 Microcontroller

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Ultrasonic Radar System Using 8051 Microcontroller

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We have come across many metal detectors as well as radar systems in our life but have ever thought how the system works common lets see the working and making of the project Radar Detector System in great detail this include block diagram , circuit diagram , pcb layout file , and a picture of the product and a video

Now what is radar

Radar represents radio detecting and ranging and since indicated by the name, it truly is based on the utilization of radio waves. Radars send electromagnetic waves a lot like wireless computer networks and mobile phone devices. The signals are sent as short pulses that could be reflected by objects of their path, partly reflecting returning to the radar. When these pulses intercept precipitation, the main energy is scattered returning to the radar. This concept is much like hearing an echo. For example, after you shout to a well, the sound waves of one’s shout reflect off of the water and back up to you. In that same manner, the heartbeat reflects off precipitation and sends a signal returning to the radar. From this information the radar can tell the spot that the precipitation is happening and how much precipitation exists.

Radars within their basic form have four primary ingredients:

  • A transmitter, which creates the energy pulse.
  • A transmit/receive switch that tells the antenna when you should transmit and when you should receive the pulses.
  • An antenna to send out these pulses out in the atmosphere and have the reflected pulse back.
  • A receiver, which detects, amplifies and transforms the received signals into video format.

The received signals are displayed on an exhibition system.
Radar output generally also comes in two forms: reflectivity and velocity. Reflectivity is really a measure of just how much precipitation exists in a very particular area. Velocity is really a measure of the velocity and direction with the precipitation toward or out of the radar. Most radars can measure reflectivity and you need a doppler radar to measure velocity.



  • Servo Motor
  • 8051 Microcontroller
  • LCD
  • Buzzer
  • LED
  • Ultrasonic Device HCSR04
  • Power Supply



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