Sunday, December 20, 2015

IR (Infrared) Communication Between Two Microcontrollers -Step By Step Tutorial : Part-2

PART 1 : Basic Introduction 

PART 2 : Interrupt

PART 3 : Timer

PART 4 : Calculation

PART 5 : LED Switching Project [END

 

 

Part-2 : Interrupt


In this part I will describe about microcontroller's interrupt . You must learn about this , it's really important !!.

Interrupt means , make a restriction to something. In microcontroller when interrupt happens , the total process is restricted and microcontroller executes only the instructions which are provided into the interrupt function .
Consider that we are driving a car on the road . The road is clean and clear. So we are doing what we are supposed to do . Compare this with microcontroller or microprocessor and  we find that MCU performs it's general routine at running state like our car. Alright ! . 

Again consider , Suddenly three Dogs have come to the middle of the road . So we need to stop and get the dogs out of there . After doing that we can move . When we saw the dog , our journey was interrupted and we needed to do a certain process. Compare that with microcontroller. When microcontroller get notification about interrupt,  microcontroller forget everything and perform tasks that are written in interrupt function . After doing that MCU get back to it's general routine . That's the way the microcontroller or microprocessor's interrupt work .
how to control an external interrupt
how to control an external interrupt

There are two types of Interrupt

1. Internal Interrupt    2.External Interrupt

 

***Internal Interrupt :

Internal interrupts occurs during the time of internal events . Timer overflow interrupt can be considered as one kind of internal interrupt . When timer counts and timer register becomes full with data , on that situation it's required to reset the register so that it can count again . On that situation timer overflow interrupt occurs. Interrupt function clear the register and finally mcu goes to the regular routine .                 

In this Part , i will describe only about External Interrupt


***External Interrupt :

External interrupt occurs during the time of external events . When any external signal comes to the external interrupt pin , external interrupt happens . To understand completely , we will interface a push button with microcontroller and that will provide an interrupt event to the MCU .

Now it's time to take a look on pic 18f25550 microcontroller's properties: 
IR (Infrared) Remote Control Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : Part-2
INTCON Register of PIC 18f2550

Note : INT pins indicates the pins for External Interrupt
PIC 18f2550 microcontroller has three external interrupt pins , which are RB0(INT0) , RB1(INT1) and RB2(INT2) . To control these pins we have INTCON , INTCON2 and INTCON3 registers. In this tutorial we will use RB0(INT0) as an external interrupt and we will see an example of this .
IR (Infrared) Remote Control Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : Part-2
Pin Out of PIC 18f2550
Now take a look on INTCON register
IR (Infrared) Remote Control Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : Part-2
INTCON Register of PIC 18f2550
IR (Infrared) Remote Control Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : Part-2
INTCON Register

Required Configuration to Setup RB0(INT0) as Interrupt:

1. First set Global interrupt [INTCON.GIE=1] to 1.
2. Set Peripheral Interrupt to 1 .[INTCON.PEIE=1]
3. Set RB0 as External Interrupt .[INTCON.INT0IE=1]
4. Disable Pull-Ups on PortB [INTCON2.RBPU=1].
5. Finally set RB0 interrupt flag [INTCON.INT0IF=0]
6. Setup interrupt on RB0 as Falling Edge (You may use rising Edge) [INTCON2.INTEDG0=0]

  INTCON.GIE=1;  // Enabling Global Interrupt
  INTCON.PEIE=1;  // Enables Peripheral Interrupt
  INTCON.INT0IE=1;  // Enables RB0 pin as external interrupt
  INTCON.INT0IF=0;  // Set the RB0 interrupt flag as 0 . that means no interrupt happens . 
  INTCON2.RBPU=1; // DISABLE PULUP REGISTER  
  INTCON2.INTEDG0=0;  // Set Interrupt on RB0(INT0) as Falling Edge . 
IR (Infrared) Remote Control Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : Part-2
INTCON2 Register

Interrupt on Rising Edge and Falling Edge

It's required to set exact condition of interrupt. That means, which condition can be considered as an interrupt . Is it for from 0 to 1 Condition ? or from 1 to 0 Condition ?

Interrupt Flag:

Now we will create a project where a push button will be connected with RB0 pin. When button is pressed, the RB0 pin receive a falling edge signal of external interrupt . At that time the MCU follows the interrupt function routine .

Listen to me , carefully . Flag is one kind of indicator .When any interrupt occurs at RB0 pin , this makes INTCON.INT0IF=1;That means RB0 pin related interrupt flag becomes 1 .This gets our microcontroller understand that interrupt has happened. When we set  INTCON.INT0IF=0 , microcontroller continues to it's general function routine. That's why we need to set INTCON.INT0IF=0 in interrupt function and microcontroller goes to perform it's general routine. If again interrupt occurs, flag is set to INTCON.INT0IF=1. After this interrupt function makes INTCON.INT0IF=0 and microcontroller goes to general routine.That's all .

IR (Infrared) Remote Controlled Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : Part-2
IR (Infrared) Remote Controlled Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : Part-2
Note :1. In coding the External Interrupt ( INT ) pin should be declared as digital input pin .
          2.To write interrupt function routine . We just need to write a function like this , 

void interrupt(){

......

......

..}

Your microcontroller will automatically understand that it is a interrupt routine .

 


MikroC Source Code for External Interrupt :


 // 


  
 sbit LCD_RS at RB7_bit;  
 sbit LCD_EN at RB6_bit;  
 sbit LCD_D4 at RB5_bit;  
 sbit LCD_D5 at RB4_bit;  
 sbit LCD_D6 at RB3_bit;  
 sbit LCD_D7 at RB2_bit;  
 sbit LCD_RS_Direction at TRISB7_bit;  
 sbit LCD_EN_Direction at TRISB6_bit;  
 sbit LCD_D4_Direction at TRISB5_bit;  
 sbit LCD_D5_Direction at TRISB4_bit;  
 sbit LCD_D6_Direction at TRISB3_bit;  
 sbit LCD_D7_Direction at TRISB2_bit;  
 // End LCD module connections  
 unsigned int count=0,sgnal=0;  
 int chk=7,j=0,xr=0;  
 void interrupt()  
 {  
 if(INTCON.INT0IF){  
  PORTC=0xFF;  
  chk=3;  
  INTCON.INT0IF=0;  
 }  
 }  
 void main()  
 {  
  ADCON1=0x0F;  
  CMCON=7;  
   TRISC=0x00;  
  Lcd_Init();  
  Lcd_Cmd(_LCD_CLEAR);        // Clear display  
  Lcd_Cmd(_LCD_CURSOR_OFF);  
  INTCON.GIE=1;  
  INTCON.PEIE=1;  
  INTCON.INT0IE=1;  
  INTCON.INT0IF=0;  
  INTCON2.RBPU=1; // DISABLE PULUP REGISTER  
  INTCON2.INTEDG0=0;  
  while(1){  
  PORTC=0x00;  
      if(chk==7){  
     Lcd_Cmd(_LCD_CLEAR);  
     Lcd_Out(1,1,"General");  
      Lcd_Out(2,3,"Routine");  
       
       } else{  
      Lcd_Cmd(_LCD_CLEAR);  
     Lcd_Out(1,1,"Interrupt");  
      Lcd_Out(2,3,"Routine");  
      
      chk=7;  
        }  
  }  
 }  
It isn't wise to use delay_ms() function in this case .

Proteus Circuit for External Interrupt :

 
IR (Infrared) Remote Control Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : Part-2
IR (Infrared) Remote Control Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : Part-2

IR (Infrared) Remote Controlled Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : Part-2



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Thursday, December 17, 2015

IR (Infrared) Communication Between Two Microcontrollers -Step By Step Tutorial : Part-1

PART 1 : Basic Introduction

PART 2 : Interrupt 

PART 3 : Timer

PART 4 : Calculation

PART 5 : LED Switching Project [END

 

Introduction and Some Basic Descriptions :

IR (Infrared) Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : Part-1
IR (Infrared) Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : Part-1

IR means Infrared light . Generally Infrared light is invisible to us .We can find this in our TV remote controlling system. It's very popular and widely used in wireless technology and it's really cheap to buy . You can find more details in Google . In this tutorial I will try my best to make you understand . I will try to skip complexity .

When we press any key of our TV remote , IR light signal comes out . You can't see through your eyes but you can see that if you look through the mobile camera screen. During creating signal the IR-Led turns ON and OFF randomly . 

We will also try this for communication between two pic microcontrollers . When IR-LED remains ON, it transmits 36KHz IR signal continuously. When IR-LED remains OFF there is no signal.



Now take a look on IR-Led (Transmitter) and IR Receiver 

Picture of Transmitter Module:

IR (Infrared) Remote Control Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : Part-1
Infrared LED (Transmitter Modude)

Picture of TSOP38236(36 KHz) Receiver Module:

IR (Infrared) Remote Control Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : Part-1
TSOP38236 Receiver Module

 What happens in IR communication ? We transmit a signal in a systematic procedure through Transmitter Unit and Receiver Unit receives that signal .


What happens in IR communication ? We transmit a signal in a systematic procedure through Transmitter Unit and Receiver Unit receives that signal .

Transmitter Unit's Working   

IR (Infrared) Remote Control Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : Part-1
IR (Infrared) Remote Control Communication Between Two Microcontroller

This picture edited from a picture of https://learn.sparkfun.com



The transmitting signal is a combination of pulses . Consider we would like to send 4 bit data(1011) through transmitter then we might set unique identification for each bit . 

For example,
we can use (562 us ON & 1.6875 us OFF ) for Logical 1
          and (562 us ON & 562 us OFF ) for Logical 0

By measuring the time duration of each pulse, we can identif each bit in receiver unit.


If we want to get the receiver to receive the signal, then we have to follow the systematic procedure. 
That means , if we want to send 1011, first we need to send a start signal. After sending all data we need to send an ending signal. Actually we need to send start signal to get MCU ready to fetch data accurately.



   [ start_signal + 1101(reverse)+1011(main)+ ending_signal ]  Total Signal                    
 
Now the question is how much time should be selected . We will use NEC Protocol's data type.You can use your own . Generally most of devices are using NEC Protocol. In NEC Protocol data contains 






[ start signal + 8bit Address+ Reverse 8bit Address+ 8 bit Command + Reverse 8bitCommand ]
Start Signal : 9 ms ON and 4.5 ms OFF 
(You can use as your wish but should be grater than bit's pulse)

Logical 1: 562 us ON and 16875 us OFF
Logical 0: 562 us ON and 562 us OFF
In this tutorial, we will use 4 bit data signal and we will use only data type .Our signal will be like this .


  Start + (reverse 4 bit command 4 bit command Combination total 8bit) + End



Receiver Unit's Working

I took this from http://learn.sparkfun.com
When IR-Led turns OFF or no signal comes to IR-Receiver, IR-Receiver provides 5v or high output to microcontroller's external interrupt pin .When IR-Transmitter turns ON, IR-Receiver provides 0v or low.
IR (Infrared) Remote Control Communication Between Two Microcontroller -Step By Step Tutorial : Part-1
IR (Infrared) Remote Control Communication Between Two Microcontroller

Transmitter unit sends Start Signal 9 ms ON and 4.5 ms OFF consequently IR-Receiver provides 9 ms OFF(0v) and 4.5 ms ON(5v)
After finishing this stage when first bit is sent, transmitter sends out pulse  562us ON and 562us OFF and consequently IR-Receiver provides 562us ON(5v) and 562us OFF(0v) . That will make external interrupts on microcontroller and timer0 will start to count duration of time so that each bit can be uniquely identified .In this way all bit's comes to the receiver unit . Finally we need to get our microcontroller understand about ending of signal and we send last signal pulse .

So First we need Interrupt to ditect signal .
Secondly , we need timer to measure time duration of signal so that we can identify each bit from signal (0 or 1). We also need PWM (Pulse width Modulation).

Monday, November 02, 2015

Soil Moisture Meter Project Using Microcontroller


Soil Moisture Meter Project Using Microcontroller
Microcontroller Based Soil Moisture Meter


Grove - Moisture Sensor :

Basically grove moisture sensor is used to measuring the moisture of the soil. It also can be used as water sensor.
We can water  plants according to its humidity by using the sensor .  Look at the sensor pictures and its pin out.
Grove - Moisture Sensor
Grove - Moisture Sensor
Soil Moisture Meter Project Using PIC Microcontroller
Soil Moisture Meter Project Using Microcontroller

Basic Concepts:

  The Moisture sensor will be connected with a pic microcntroller and a LCD display will also be connected with microcontroller . Moisture sensor will provide voltage into microcontroller's RA1 pin(ADC) according to the humidity of soil . It will provide reading from (0-721). After calculating the percentage and soil condition , the microcontroller sends out that data to the LCD Display . That's the basic concept .



ADC(Analog to Digital Converter ) :

We need a basic knowledge about ADC . Let's  take a look at here :
LPG Gas Leakage Detector using (MQ-9)  Gas Sensor and pic18f2550 Microcontroller
Thief Detector using PIC Microcontroller & PIR Motion Sensor
ADCON1 Register
LPG Gas Leakage Detector using (MQ-9) Gas Sensor and pic Microcontroller


Basically ADC is like as voltage divider . According to voltage It produce output 
 bit 5 : VCFG0: Voltage Reference Configuration bit (VREF- source)
1 = VREF- (AN2)
0 = VSS or 0 volt


bit 4 :VCFG0: Voltage Reference Configuration bit (VREF+ source)
1 = VREF+ (AN3)
0 = VDD or 5volt


We will set  VCFG0[bit 5]=0and VCFG0[bit4]=0 . So we will get highest value 5volt[1023] and lowest value 0volt[0].The ADCON1 is a 10 bit register that means  2 to the power 10  is it's highest counting capacity and result is 1024 . So this register can count from 0 to 1023 . When 0 volt , we get reading at RA1 pin  0 .When 5 volt , we get reading at RA1 pin 1023. It means 5volt equivalent to 1023 .

As we know in water the sensor provide 722 data and  absolutely it should be 100% .
If   reading 744 means 100
So     ""        1     ""      (100/744) %
and   reading % of source reading will be (100/744)*source %

MikroC Source Code :

 


 sbit LCD_RS at LATB7_bit;  
 sbit LCD_EN at LATB6_bit;  
 sbit LCD_D4 at LATB5_bit;  
 sbit LCD_D5 at LATB4_bit;  
 sbit LCD_D6 at LATB3_bit;  
 sbit LCD_D7 at LATB2_bit;  
 sbit LCD_RS_Direction at TRISB7_bit;  
 sbit LCD_EN_Direction at TRISB6_bit;  
 sbit LCD_D4_Direction at TRISB5_bit;  
 sbit LCD_D5_Direction at TRISB4_bit;  
 sbit LCD_D6_Direction at TRISB3_bit;  
 sbit LCD_D7_Direction at TRISB2_bit;  
 // End LCD module connections  
 double source=0;   
 int view=0;  
 char txt[6];  
 void main() {  
 ADCON1=0x0D;         // Configure RE1 pin as input  
 CMCON=7;  
 TRISC.F4=0;  
  ADC_Init();            // Initialize ADC  
  Lcd_Init();            // Initialize LCD  
  Lcd_Cmd(_LCD_CLEAR);        // Clear display  
  Lcd_Cmd(_LCD_CURSOR_OFF);     // Cursor off  
     
  while(1){  
  source=Adc_Read(1);  
  source=100*source;  
  source=source/744;  
  inttostr(source,txt);  
  if(source>96){  
  source=100;  
  }  
  if(source>83){  
   Lcd_Cmd(_LCD_CLEAR);  
  Lcd_Out(1,3, "Water!!");  
  Lcd_Out(2,1, "Hum:");  
 Lcd_Out(2,5,txt);  
  Lcd_Chr(2,11,0x25);  
   Lcd_Chr(2,12,' ');  
    Lcd_Chr(2,13,' ');  
     Lcd_Chr(2,14,' ');  
      Lcd_Chr(2,15,' ');  
      Lcd_Chr(2,16,' ');  
    delay_ms(1000);  
  }   
  else if(source>40&&source<=83){  
   Lcd_Cmd(_LCD_CLEAR);  
  Lcd_Out(1,3, "Humid Soil");  
  Lcd_Out(2,1, "Hum:");  
 Lcd_Out(2,5,txt);  
  Lcd_Chr(2,11,0x25);  
   Lcd_Chr(2,12,' ');  
    Lcd_Chr(2,13,' ');  
     Lcd_Chr(2,14,' ');  
      Lcd_Chr(2,15,' ');  
      Lcd_Chr(2,16,' ');  
       PORTC.f4=0; //motor off  
    delay_ms(1000);  
  } else{  
   Lcd_Cmd(_LCD_CLEAR);  
  Lcd_Out(1,3, "Dry Soil");  
  Lcd_Out(2,1, "Hum:");  
 Lcd_Out(2,5,txt);  
  Lcd_Chr(2,11,0x25);  
   Lcd_Chr(2,12,' ');  
    Lcd_Chr(2,13,' ');  
     Lcd_Chr(2,14,' ');  
      Lcd_Chr(2,15,' ');  
      Lcd_Chr(2,16,' ');  
       PORTC.f4=1;  // motor on  
   delay_ms(1000);  
   PORTC.f4=1;  
  }  
 }  
 }  

  Circuit :

Microcontroller Based Soil Moisture Meter circuit
Microcontroller Based Soil Moisture Meter circuit


Result:

Soil Moisture Meter Project Using Microcontroller
Soil Moisture Meter Project Using Microcontroller

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Sunday, November 01, 2015

Gas Leakage Detector Project using Microcontroller and (MQ-9) Gas Sensor



 
LPG Gas Leakage Detector using (MQ-9)  Gas Sensor and pic18f2550 Microcontroller

Gas Sensor (MQ-9) :

  MQ-9 Gas Sensor is one kind of semiconductor which has very lower conductivity in open air. But in Carbon Monoxide, Methane and LPG gas it has good conductivity. By using ADC of pic microcontroller we can measure it. Let's take a look on MQ-9 sensor .
Gas Sensor (MQ-9)


Gas Sensor (MQ-9) pin out
 

Datasheet of  MQ-9


 

Basic Concepts :

The MQ-9 sensor will be connected with a pic microcntroller and a buzzer will also be connected with microcontroller. When LPG gas will be detected in sensor, it will provide voltage into microcontroller's RA1 pin(ADC). It will provide reading more than 590. At this situation microcontroller will turn on the buzzer and LED. That's the basic concept. 

ADC(Analog to Digital Converter ) :

We need a basic knowledge about ADC. Let's  take a look at here :
LPG Gas Leakage Detector using (MQ-9)  Gas Sensor and pic18f2550 Microcontroller
Thief Detector using PIC Microcontroller & PIR Motion Sensor
ADCON1 Register
LPG Gas Leakage Detector using (MQ-9) Gas Sensor and pic Microcontroller


Basically ADC works like as a voltage divider. According to voltage It produce output.

bit 5 : VCFG0: Voltage Reference Configuration bit (VREF- source)
1 = VREF- (AN2)
0 = VSS or 0 volt


bit 4 :VCFG0: Voltage Reference Configuration bit (VREF+ source)
1 = VREF+ (AN3)
0 = VDD or 5volt


We will set  VCFG0[bit 5]=0and VCFG0[bit4]=0. So we will get highest value 5volt[1023] and lowest value 0volt[0].The ADCON1 is a 10 bit register that means  2 to the power 10  is it's highest counting capacity and result is 1024. So this register can count from 0 to 1023. When 0 volt, we get reading at RA1 pin  0. When 5 volt, we get reading at RA1 pin 1023. It means 5volt equivalent to 1023 .

 If  5 volt    equal    reading 1023 .

So 1  volt   equal    reading 1023/5  
[When LPG Gas detect MQ-9 Sensor provide more than 2.93 volt at AO Pin]
So 3 volt equal  reading  (1023/5)*2.93 =599 When we get reading 599 at ADC channel, we understand  that sensor detects LPG. So it makes PORTB.F6 pin high and Buzzer turns on .


 MikroC Source Code :

  




double source=0;   
char txt[15];  
 void main() {  
 ADCON1=0x0D;         // Configure RA1 pin as input  
 CMCON=7;  
 TRISB.F6=0;  
  ADC_Init();            
        
  while(1){  
  source=Adc_Read(1);  
  PORTB.F6=0;  
 if(source>600){   
 delay_ms(500);    
 PORTB.F6=1;  
 }  
 }  
 }  

 

Proteus Circuit :

 

LPG Gas Leakage Detector using (MQ-9)  Gas Sensor and pic18f2550 Microcontroller

LPG Gas Leakage Detector using (MQ-9) Gas Sensor and pic Microcontroller

 

RESULT:

LPG Gas Leakage Detector using (MQ-9) Gas Sensor and pic Microcontroller


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Wednesday, October 28, 2015

RF (433 MHz) Module Controlled LED Switching Project using Pic Microcontroller



RF Modules are popularly used in remote control system . In  Quadcopter , Robot remote control , Industrial remote control, telemetry and remote sensing etc.  Get more details here RF_Wiki
Microcontroller Project : RF 433 MHz ( Wireless Radio Frequency ) Module Controlled LED Switching using Pic Microcontroller

Basic Concepts:

RF module consists of Two Units Transmitter and Receiver. We will use two pic microcontrollers to create transmitter section and receiver section. In Transmitter section we will connect one pic18f2550 with Transmitter and this will transmit signal according to the commands. The Receiver section will be built with another pic18f2550 and receiver unit. This section will receive signal from transmitter unit and the receiver unit will send data to the microcontroller. Finally microcontroller will execute led switching according to  instructions.

RF Transmitter :


RF Module ( Wireless Radio Frequency )Transmitter_Tx
RF Module ( Wireless Radio Frequency )Transmitter_Tx
RF Module ( Wireless Radio Frequency )Transmitter_Pin Out
RF Module ( Wireless Radio Frequency )Transmitter Pinout

RF Receiver :

RF Module ( Wireless Radio Frequency ) Receiver Rx
RF Module ( Wireless Radio Frequency ) Receiver Rx


RF Module ( Wireless Radio Frequency ) Receiver pin out
RF Module ( Wireless Radio Frequency ) Receiver Rx


 Source Code :

# Transmitter :

 




char txt[16];  
 char chk;  
 int i=0,ckop=0;  
 void main() {  
 ADCON1=0x0F;         // Configure RE1 pin as input  
 CMCON=7;  
 for(i=0;i<16;i++){txt[i]=' ';}  
   TRISA.F0=1;  
    TRISA.F1=1;        // Initialize ADC  
      TRISA.F2=1;  
      TRISA.F3=1;  
   UART1_Init(2400);  
      delay_ms(200);            // Initialize LCD  
  while(1){  
  if(PORTA.F0==0){  delay_ms(100);  
  if (UART1_Tx_Idle() == 1)  
  UARt1_Write_Text(",,,,,,,,,,,");  
 UART1_Write('(');  
   UART1_Write('A');  
  UART1_Write(')');  
   UARt1_Write_Text(",,,,,,,,,,,");  
  }  
 if(PORTA.F1==0){   delay_ms(100);  
  if (UART1_Tx_Idle() == 1)  
   UARt1_Write_Text(",,,,,,,,,,,");  
 UART1_Write('(');  
  UART1_Write('B');  
  UART1_Write(')');  
   UARt1_Write_Text(",,,,,,,,,,,");  
  }  
 if(PORTA.F2==0){  delay_ms(100);  
  if (UART1_Tx_Idle() == 1)  
  UARt1_Write_Text(",,,,,,,,,,,");  
 UART1_Write('(');  
  UART1_Write('C');  
  UART1_Write(')');  
   UARt1_Write_Text(",,,,,,,,,,,");  
  }  
  if(PORTA.F3==0){  delay_ms(100);  
  if (UART1_Tx_Idle() == 1)  
   UARt1_Write_Text(",,,,,,,,,,,");  
 UART1_Write('(');  
  UART1_Write('D');  
  UART1_Write(')');  
   UARt1_Write_Text(",,,,,,,,,,,");  
  }  
 }  
 } 

# Receiver :

 





char txt[16];
char chk;
int i=0,ckop=0;
void main() {
ADCON1=0x0E;                  // Configure RE1 pin as input
CMCON=7;
for(i=0;i<16;i++){txt[i]=' ';}
    TRISB.F3=0;
      TRISB.F2=0;               // Initialize ADC
       TRISB.F1=0;
        TRISB.F0=0;

    UART1_Init(2400);
         delay_ms(200);                       // Initialize LCD

  while(1){
   ckop=2;
    if (UART1_Data_Ready() == 1) {

 chk = UART1_Read();
   if(chk=='('){
 for(i=0;i<16;i++){txt[i]=' ';}
   chk=  ' ';
 UART1_Read_Text(txt,")",2);    // reads text until 'enter' is found
   if(txt[0]=='A'){
  PORTB.F0=1;
  PORTB.F1=0;
  PORTB.F2=0;
  PORTB.F3=0;
  }
      if(txt[0]=='B'){
  PORTB.F0=0;
  PORTB.F1=1;
  PORTB.F2=0;
  PORTB.F3=0;
  }
  
     if(txt[0]=='C'){
  PORTB.F0=0;
  PORTB.F1=0;
  PORTB.F2=1;
  PORTB.F3=0;
  }
  if(txt[0]=='D'){
  PORTB.F0=0;
  PORTB.F1=0;
  PORTB.F2=0;
  PORTB.F3=0;
  }
  
  }
  }




}
}


Proteus Circuit:


Now just complete the circuit as I have given below .
Microcontroller Project : RF 433 MHz ( Wireless Radio Frequency ) Module Controlled LED Switching using Pic Microcontroller
Microcontroller Project : RF 433 MHz ( Wireless Radio Frequency ) Module Controlled LED Switching using Pic Microcontroller

Microcontroller Project : RF 433 MHz ( Wireless Radio Frequency ) Module Controlled LED Switching using Pic Microcontroller
Microcontroller Project : RF 433 MHz ( Wireless Radio Frequency ) Module Controlled LED Switching using Pic Microcontroller

Result :

Microcontroller Project : RF 433 MHz ( Wireless Radio Frequency ) Module Controlled LED Switching using Pic Microcontroller
Microcontroller Project : RF 433 MHz ( Wireless Radio Frequency ) Module Controlled LED Switching using Pic Microcontroller
Microcontroller Project : RF 433 MHz ( Wireless Radio Frequency ) Module Controlled LED Switching using Pic Microcontroller
Microcontroller Project : RF 433 MHz ( Wireless Radio Frequency ) Module Controlled LED Switching using Pic Microcontroller

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