Ubiquitous Access to Home Appliance Control System Using Infrared Ray and Power Line Communication
3rd IEEE International Conference in Central Asia on Internet
A home appliance control system is a legitimate need of people nowadays. Digital home providers like to install their own network and provide home network enabled appliances. It implies customers need to replace existing appliances with new expensive home network-enabled appliances. In this paper, a simple but reliable approach to control home appliances is presented. In this approach, we use infrared ray and power line communication integration in our home appliances control system. This system supports the ubiquitous access control mechanism which enables users to check their appliances' statuses and control them remotely through their cellular phone or Internet.
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Place of Publication
Nguyen, Tam; Lee, Dong Gun; Seol, Yong Ho; Yu, Myung Hwan; and Choi, Deokjai, "Ubiquitous Access to Home Appliance Control System Using Infrared Ray and Power Line Communication" (2007). Computer Science Faculty Publications. 61.