alexa Abstract | Soil Moisture Control Using RF Transreceiver
ISSN ONLINE(2278-8875) PRINT (2320-3765)

International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering
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This is an attempt to maintain soil moisture at desired level for better yield, by taking control action using Radio Frequency transceiver technique. This avoids the problems due to connecting leads. At remote location a sensor is placed in soil at root zone of the crop. Location of the sensor from the surface varies as per the type of crop. Soil moisture is measured along with related electronics. Soil moisture data is sent through UHF signal and the same is received at the receiving station. The system was designed and tested for different inputs

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Author(s): A. C. Birajdar , M. G. Poddar


Soil moisture, RF Signal, Transceiver, Soil Contamination

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