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The Design and Realization of Short Range Communications of Humanoid Robot

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1 Author(s)
He-xin Pan ; Dept. of of Inf. Technol., Changzhou Textile Garment Inst., Changzhou, China

In the humanoid robot football match, the system gets environmental information through the whole visual system, and uploaded to the upper computer. Upper computer completes a plan of attack for determining based on system environmental data of acquisition (the position of the robot and ball), and issues corresponding instructions to robots of the side, and completes the appropriate action. The communication between the robot and upper computer uses a wireless way in this process. The both sides of attack constantly change location information, and the efficiency of communication between upper computer and the robot directly affects home attack efficiency. Therefore, reliable and efficient wireless communication system has a very important role in the applications of humanoid robot. This paper which adopts micro power short Range Wireless designs short Range Communications based on nRF2401A and uses SCM of arm7 and avr as nRF2401A micro controller. Wireless Module uses usb and rs232 Interface to communicate with upper computer, uses agreement broadcast radiation, and implements the wireless communications of transmitter and receiver and Wireless Communication System which is reliable, efficient and universal.

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Knowledge Acquisition and Modeling (KAM), 2011 Fourth International Symposium on

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8-9 Oct. 2011