Design of multi-function remote control car

Shoucheng Zhao, Kun Zhang, Yibo Lu

Abstract


With the rapid progress of computer, microelectronics and information technology, the development of intelligent technology is getting faster and faster, higher and higher, and the application scope has been greatly expanded. Intelligent as a modern new invention, is the future direction of development, it can be in accordance with the pre-set mode in an environment in the automatic operation, does not need man-made management, can be applied to scientific exploration and other purposes. Intelligent electric car is one of the embodiment. Designers can program their software to achieve their travel, tracking, stop the precise control and detection of data storage, display, without human intervention. Therefore, the intelligent electric car with reprogramming characteristics, is a kind of robot.

 

The design uses AT89C51 single-chip motor drive circuit and infrared remote control and tracking module and infrared receiver integrated sensor designed, the use of modular design, the use of infrared remote control car forward, back, turn left, turn right, Start and stop.


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